sharyn esposito

Sharyn Esposito, AAS, BS, DVM

Contact Info:

Professor, Lead Faculty Supervisor (Veterinary Concerns)

Rotations/Classes Taught:
Pre-Clinical Surgery Rotation
Veterinary Science IV Dental Lab
Large Animal

Additional Duties:
Faculty Supervision
Veterinarian for Bel-Rea’s resident animals
IACUC Committee Member
ANEVAC Officer
Aurora Animal Shelter Vaccine Clinic
Readmission Board Member
Internship Board Member

Dr. Sharyn Esposito is a 1996 graduate of Colorado State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Science. She first came to Bel-Rea as a student in 1987 and then went on to receive a Bachelor of Science in Animal Technology at the University of Denver before attending Veterinary School. Before graduation, she completed an externship at Kaytee Avian Research Center. She has been published in Popular Pets Magazine and formerly served on the board for Cavy Care Inc., a local guinea pig rescue. During her 20 years of experience, Dr. Esposito has worked in several small animal hospitals and at present sees her clients at Smoky Hill Veterinary Clinic in Aurora. Professor since 2012.

Popular Pets magazine – Guinea Pig Nutrition

Special Interests:
Traveled to Kenya, Africa on a Rabies vaccine/Spay Neuter Campaign Fall 2016
Local Rodeo events volunteer – Elizabeth Stampede, Douglas County Fair and Rodeo
Horses hoof, natural hoof care and barefoot trimming
Competes in local Open All Breed Horse Shows in English and Western Riding and Gymkhana and has won several overall championships in her age group over the past 3 years
Family shows chicken and ducks at the county fair including the Silver Appleyard duck which is considered a “threatened” breed by the American Poultry Association
An avid home cook
Obsessed with history
Recently took an online class on How to Read Ancient Egyption Hieroglyphs
Training for her first 5K

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