Eamon graduated from the University of Sydney and started practice in 1991 at Randwick Veterinary Hospital. After a few ‘new graduate’ years the wanderlust set in, and he embarked on a five-year world veterinary tour. On the exotic front, he helped tag and release rhinos in Africa and joined a volunteer program dedicated to looking after the street dogs of Bali. More formal experience was gained at the University of Georgia in the USA and Cambridge in the UK. After three British winters Eamon was ready to return home. In 1997 he completed the first internship at the Veterinary Specialist Centre, North Ryde. Coming from a large medical family, it was a natural progression toward the medical side of veterinary science, and Eamon became a member of the Australian College of Veterinary Scientists in internal medicine. After four years at Balmain Vet Hospital and more time in the United Kingdom, he settled on a full-time position at PAH, becoming a partner with Bryn in 2009. Further post-graduate training in ultrasound has coincided with the addition of a new ultrasound machine for PAH. On the personal side, Eamon is married and has two young children, Oliver and Joss. They all share a canoodle named Obi, two guinea pigs and three chooks. Eamon says he is a keen golfer, a struggling surfer and a very struggling guitarist.