Dr. Eisner is a diplomate and past president of the American Veterinary Dental College, past president of the Academy of Veterinary Dentistry, past president of the Colorado State Board of Veterinary Medicine and currently president of the Peter Emily International Veterinary Dental Foundation and chair of its Veterinary Dental Advisory Committee that oversees its Veterinary Dentists Without Borders program. He is the Chief of Dental Services at the VCA Highlands Ranch Animal Specialty and Emergency Center, a veterinary referral hospital in Highlands Ranch, Colorado, and co-author of the textbook, Veterinary Dental Techniques. He has published more than 70 professional articles and book chapters and served as a speaker at numerous national and international meetings.
Oh Papa! “In my teenage years, in 1959, at the Festival of San Fermin, in Pamplona, Spain I met Ernest Hemingway and swapped botas with him—a tradition in which you toss your goat skin pouch sealed with pitch and filled with wine to your acquaintance or friend, and, at arm’s length, each squirts the wine around his nose and it runs down into the mouth. I was there running the bulls in that famous year of the mano a mano in which world’s Numero Uno, The Great Dominguín, was defeated by his brother-in-law, Antonio Ordóñez. I have Ordóñez’s and Hemingway’s autographs on a bullfight ticket.”