My professional career has been quiet a journey. I got my Veterinary degree in 2004 from the University of Buenos Aires in Argentina. I then decided I wanted to move to the States, but applying (and getting) a working visa back in those days was not an easy task. After finally finding a sponsorship and three attempts later, I was able to relocate to Los Angeles, CA. In order to live and study for my USA/CA license, I worked as a technician while passing my exams. Finally, in 2012, I officially became a DVM in the USA! But..(there's always a but) my working visa only allowed me to work as a tech. At the same time I met my future wife (Argie too), so we decided to move back temporarily to Argentina in order to obtain our Green Card. We spent three years down there, obtained our Green Cards and once again (this time for good) we settle in Los Angeles. Since then, I've been practicing Veterinary Medicine in small animals as an associate doctor, along with one of the most well know veterinarians in Los Angeles (also on a side, working as a relief Vet). My specialties are general medicine, nephrourology (kidneys and urinary tract) and currently specializing in Internal Medicine.