Meet Dr. Evan Antin: The World's Hottest Vet

Meet The World’s Sexiest Veterinarian From Calabasas Who Can Cure Your Pussy & Tame Your Snake

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Through the years I’ve been slowly building my list of the World’s Sexiest Career Hunks. From the World’s Sexiest Chef, to the World’s Sexiest Ph.D. Professor, to the World’s Sexiest Doctor, to the World’s Sexiest Hollywood Executive, to the World’s Sexiest Gynecologist — it’s a list that never stops growing. Now my latest update comes from a profession that doesn’t typically come to mind when we think of sex appeal — veterinary medicine.

His name is Dr. Evan Antin (31), and he is animal expert and exotic animal veterinarian at Conejo Valley Veterinary Hospital in Thousand Oaks, California, roughly a 20-minute drive northwest of his home in the shee-shee-foo-foo Los Angeles suburb of Calabasas (which is also home to a very famous family that the world seems to love Keeping Up With). Evan’s bio reads as follows: “Dr. Evan Antin hails from Kansas City, Kansas where he grew up spending the majority of his childhood in search of native wildlife including snakes, turtles and insects. He went on to study evolutionary and ecological biology at the University of Colorado at Boulder and spent multiple semesters abroad in Australia and Tanzania to learn more about their respective ecosystems and fauna.”

“In addition to his love for cats and dogs, Dr. Antin’s passions lie in exotic animal medicine and interacting with exotic animals in their native habitats around the world. For more than a decade Dr. Antin has made an effort to seek opportunities to work with wildlife on a domestic and international level to include locations such as Central America, Australia, New Zealand, South America, Eastern and Southern Africa, South East Asia and a variety of North American ecosystems. The accumulation of Dr. Antin’s hands-on experience with exotic animals has prepared him exceptionally with their handling, husbandry, and enrichment. He is capable of caring for small, delicate animals; large, dangerous animals; and of course our beloved household dogs & cats with ease and confidence.”

“Dr. Antin has been happily employed as a full time associate at CVVH directly following his graduation from Colorado State’s veterinary school in 2013. Since then he’s developed clinical medical & surgical skills to help provide the right care for the dogs, cats, exotics and wildlife of the Conejo Valley. Dr. Antin currently lives near Calabasas, California with his dog, Henry, his cat, Willy, his savannah monitor lizard, mangrove snake and an assortment of tropical freshwater fish. Other hobbies of his include traveling, scuba diving, snowboarding, hiking, and weightlifting.” For the very latest from Dr. Evan Antin be sure to follow him on Facebook and Instagram (along with 658,000 of his other admirers). Evan’s been engaged to his girlfriend Nathalie Basha for 5 years (which means I still have hope).
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#jungle #riverbridge #hangingbridge #bohol #philippines #seasia

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#endoscopy is an amazing diagnostic tool and treatment option for veterinarians. Not all vet hospitals are fortunate enough to be equipped with one and I’m very thankful to say we’re pretty hi-tech here @conejovet . So this perty lil iguana was brought in almost immediately after swallowing a toothpick. As you can imagine toothpicks are not very digestible and their sharp & rigid properties make them dangerous inside the gastrointestinal tract and could potentially perforate these soft tissues which could be fatal in just hours to days. This pathologic process is referred to as septic coelomitis (=infection of the internal body cavity; not good) Luckily I was able to locate the toothpick and used a biopsy tissue grasping instrument to retrieve it from the small intestine and pull it right back out of her mouth; you can see the toothpick in the first image in the tissue forceps. The second image is our silly iguana high on life, Alfaxan (15 mg/kg IV) and isoflurane (Maintenance gas anesthesia + a ventilator). She came-to shortly thereafter and did great following her procedure. Stay tuned for an educational video documenting her visit…#scope #noninvasive #reptile #iguana #foreignbody #iLOVEalfaxan #anesthesia #surgery #lizard #wasted #iwouldbesadifapicofmewaspostedafteranesthesiahaha #iguanacarebuticant #greeniguanadontgivea$hit @wearfigs

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They call me the Mexican Beaded Lizard matchmaker 💘 Jk, these lil monsters have been living together and breeding for a long time and very comfortable around one another. That being said, I generally recommend precaution before co-habitating reptiles together, even the same species. Cage aggression can lead to high stress and fatal injuries. For many reptiles it’s not an issue but recommended for experienced reptile hobbyists. And check out my @wearfigs – super comfy scrubs that look good too 😷🤘🏼🚶🏻😎 #exotics #reptile #vet #wildvet #wearfigs #veterinary #vetmed #vetlife #lizardsdontkissever #dontkissareptile #defdontkissabeadedlizard #reptileherpesisforeveryo #nottruebutsalmonellaisreal!

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#myday These lil dingleberries are soooooo happy when daddy has the day off ☺️🐶🐱😘 #furbaby #lazy #dog #cat #homebody #howcuteiswilly’shappykittyface #kitteh

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Happy #caturday from my #gingertiger (aka Wiilyballz) 🐯 #bestfriends #bestfriendsmassageeachother #muffins #endorphins #secondbase #catlady @thetravelmuse

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#letmeloveyou #caturday #nomore

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#adorableballoffuzz #puppy #golden #nuffsaid

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#lovemyjob even when getting lick-attacked by half-wolves lol! And I wish I could help every animal around the world. I’ve been getting a ton of animal/pet advice questions lately from pet-owners about their personal pets and I just want everyone to know I CAN NOT LEGALLY ANSWER ANY VET QUESTIONS OVER SOCIAL MEDIA. I wish I could help but the truth is that I can’t do much from here and honestly my best advice is contact your local regular vet if you have any concerns! I promise that is what’s in your pet’s best interest. Thanks as always for all the support and much love to all those furry or scaly or feathered creatures out there 😘🐭🐱🐶🐷🐍🐑🐓🐇🐺🐸 #wolf #dog #vet #vetlife #wolfherpesisnottransmissibletopeople #muchlove #happymonday @projectwildsong

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#tbt #brazil 2011! I struck romance with this gorgeous Yacare Caiman (closely related to alligators) in one of my #favorite ecosystems/regions on the planet- The Pantanal 🌎🌴🐊 This large wetlands area of central Brazil is basically like the Everglades on crack! I was there during their #dryseason so all the wildlife was super concentrated and easy to find, it was soo epic!!! And as much as I’d like to think this caiman had the same feelings for me I’d be lying to myself. What you’re seeing is called “Tonic Immobilization” and in crocodilians (= all crocodiles, alligators, gharials and caimans) this is when the animal is gently placed upside-down they go into a trance-like state and often don’t right themselves until you assist them in doing so. This comes very much in handy when I’m trying to create an educational video with a large crocodilian and I’m alone and need them to stay put while I set up a camera/tripod/etc and it’s also a helpful for complete physical exams (for you to-be exotic vets…). #caiman #croc #pantanal #wildlife #herp #epic #shesmybottombi@tch #jk #idonotcondonebeastiality #crocomance? #tonicimmobilization #nothisisnotplanking #donottrythisathome #donottrytonicimmobizationonyourgirlfriend #trustme #jkjk #braziliangirls #donottrytonicimmobizationonbraziliangirlseither #wildvet #reptile #crocsofinstagram #love

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#intimateandalittleawkward A big part of #veterinary medicine is really getting to know your #patients personally. It’s very easy to take this aspect of veterinary practice for granted especially when you’re slammed with appointments on top of hospitalized inpatients and procedures and diagnostics/interpretations, etc but it really does make you a better doctor to try to connect with your animal patients. Some animals are more receptive than others and of course this isn’t much of an option with true #wildlife patients (ie a super stressed out and aggressive bobcat). This #malamute is the SWEETEST guy and always down to lay around and #cuddle, even on the exam floor hahaha. I also want to mention that this pic was taken by Laura Dang with #NextShark and she wrote up a super fun article on me with amazing pictures all from 1 day on the job (she shadowed me during an entire shift). Please scope it out at http://nextshark.com/evan-antin-animal-doctor-interview/ #vetmed #puppy #dog #veterinarian #spooninganalaskanmalamuteislegalinthestateofcalifornia

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My mom said “Evan- you really look like a man here”…thanks mom?

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