Dr. Brendan Batt received his high school diploma from Jesuit High School in New Orleans, LA in 2004. He went to
Louisiana State University for his undergraduate studies, where he received his degree in Creative Writing in 2009.
Dr. Batt has always had a special interest and passion for animals. Following this passion, he went on to continue
his education at the Louisiana State University. He received his doctorate in Veterinary Medicine in 2015. Dr. Batt
has since been practicing small and large animal medicine in the New Orleans area. This experience has provided Dr.
Batt with a vast amount of experience and knowledge in both equine and small animal medicine. Dr. Batt has testified
as an expert witness for the Pegasus Equine Guardian Association (PEGA) for the welfare and a solution for the Fork
Polk horses of Kisatchie. He is also one of the attending veterinarians at the Bariatric Research Institute (BRI).
Dr. Batt works with several animal rescues in New Orleans and the surrounding areas to provide veterinary care for
animals saved from high-kill shelters.