Aaron Bivens Death – South Buffalo Springs Animal Hospital veterinary doctor Aaron Bivens has passed away. Aaron Bivens of Las Vegas was announced dead by a friend. He died following a tragic accident that happened early today, according to reports. Thoughts and prayers are with his friends, family and colleagues during this difficult time.
Absolutely devasted to learn about the tragic accidental death of veterinarian Dr Aaron Bivens. Dr Bivens was a godsend when I relocated to Las Vegas and brought great comfort and care to my kids. He also helped to find a home for this little kitty that I found at my house. May you find paradise in eternity, kind sir.
About Aaron Bivens
Hailing originally from Riverside, California, Dr Aaron Bivens had his heart set on becoming a veterinarian since the tender age of six when he tragically lost his childhood feline companion. Ever since that moment, he was determined to help and heal any pet in need, dedicating himself to their well-being.
A proud alumnus of Tuskegee University, Dr Bivens combined his passion for animals with his love for baseball while pursuing his undergraduate studies. Eventually, he earned his veterinary degree from Tuskegee University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 2011.
During his academic journey, Dr Bivens received accolades like the ACVIM Clinical Excellence Award and the AAHA Small Animal Medicine Achievement Award, showcasing his dedication and expertise in the field. Throughout his veterinary school years, he found a keen interest in ophthalmology and soft tissue surgery, and he continues to hone and apply these specialized skills in his professional career.
In recent times, Dr Bivens has developed a particular fascination with theriogenology, with a focus on brachycephalic breeds, largely influenced by his two beloved English Bulldogs, Chubbs and Slim. He recognizes the surging popularity of French Bulldogs and similar breeds and aims to ensure that both breeders and pet owners are well-informed and equipped to provide the unique care and attention these special dogs require.
Outside of his fulfilling veterinary work, Dr Bivens finds joy in various activities. He loves to indulge in his passion for BBQ, find solace in kayaking, embark on adventurous hikes, and escape to the beach whenever an opportunity arises. Dr Bivens’ dedication to his profession and his love for animals and life shine brightly in his pursuits and personal endeavours.
Aaron Bivens obituary and funeral arrangements will be announced later by the family.
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