“Sharing is Caring” . How we exchange experience on The Balkans?


Romania and Turkey!

One of the goals of the journal Vets on The Balkans is vets from that region to know each other and to find easier and cheaper way to upgrade their knowledge , experience and skills. We have so much good vets at our region and is easier to go from Bulgaria to Turkey, or from Romania to Serbia and learn what you are interested in.13020132_10153846384832935_145849298_n

We are more than happy that is already reality. Dr Onur Catar from Pet Code Veterinary Clinic in Ankara, Turkey visited Dermatology clinic of Dr Rares Capitan , resident ECVD.12992870_10153846383907935_796095468_n

Dr. Capitan graduated in 2006 from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Bucharest (University of Agronomic Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Bucharest).13022364_10153846386352935_862538900_n
He is member of ESVD – European Society of Veterinary Dermatology

Dr. Capitan is passionate about all areas related to veterinary dermatology. His hope is that, in Eastern Europe, veterinary dermatology services be elevated to international standards.
In recent years Dr. Capitan has attended and graduated multiple intensive courses, seminars, and workshops, facilitated by famous dermatologists veterinarians in Europe and the United States, including:
ESAVS (European School for Advanced Veterinary Studies) – Vienna
International clerkship at Ohio State University – Dermatology and Otology

Recently he was accepted and has been participating in a veterinary dermatology residency under the guidance of Dr. Chiara NOLI DVM Diplomate of the European College of Veterinary dermatology.


Dr Rares Capitan in Bulgaria!

He was as well guest as a consultant in 2 veterinary clinics in Sofia, Bulgaria!

When Dr onur Catar came back home in his daily job, he starts using his knowledge from Dr Rares Capitan.

This is the most important thing in our life, not only professional. “Hand by Hand” we all will be better!


Thank you guys for all! You are Vets on The Balkans!


Luba Gancheva