Ophthalmology
California Veterinary Specialists 
is excited to offer advanced 
ophthalmology care including but    
not limited to:
Keratectomies, Corneal Grafting 
Techniques
Phaco-Emulsification of Cataracts 
and Lens Implantations
Cryosurgical Techniques
Blepharoplasties
Glaucoma AC Shunts
CERF/OFA Eye Registration 
Examinations

California Veterinary Specialists is excited to offer advanced ophthalmology care including but not limited to:


  • Keratectomies, Corneal Grafting Techniques
  • Phaco-Emulsification of Cataracts and Lens Implantations
  • Cryosurgical Techniques
  • Blepharoplasties
  • Glaucoma AC Shunts
  • CERF/OFA Eye Registration 
  • Breed Examinations

 

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Sean Collins, DVM, MS, DACVO

Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Ophthalmology


Dr. Collins graduated from Ross University in 2009.  After working emergency medicine in Tucson AZ he completed a rotating internship at the University of Illinois Veterinary Teaching Hospital.  Following this he completed an ophthalmology specific internship at Animal Eye Clinic in Norwalk CT. He then returned to the University of Illinois to complete an additional ophthalmology specific internship followed by a 3 year residency and master’s degree. Collins enjoys all aspects of veterinary ophthalmology and has training in microsurgical techniques, laser therapy and cryo therapy.  


He has a special interest in glaucoma surgery, cataract surgery and corneal disease. Dr. Collins was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest where he developed a love for backpacking and water sports.  In his free time he enjoys surfing and playing golf along with hanging out with his 4 legged boys, Cooper the one-eyed chocolate lab and Scar from the Caribbean islands. He also enjoys maintaining his tropical fish tanks.

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Jennifer Sheahan, DVM, DACVO

Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Ophthalmology

Dr. Sheahan was born and raised in Edmond, Oklahoma. She graduated with honors from the University of California, Irvine, with a major in Biology and Criminology in 2003. After college, Dr. Sheahan worked as an ophthalmology nurse and discovered her interest in comparative ophthalmology. She attended veterinary school at Oklahoma State University and received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2011. Following veterinary school, she completed a one year rotating small animal medicine and surgery internship at Ohio State University followed by a three year residency in comparative ophthalmology at Animal Eye Care. She has a special interest in ophthalmic pharmacology as well as dry eye disorders and retinal diseases. In her free time, she enjoys photography, running, traveling, and spending time with family.