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Veterinarian Shout Outs: 8 Vets You Should Follow Online

Posted by Flavia Vaduva on July 20, 2018 at 6:50 AM

As a veterinary student busy with classes, clinics and studying for the NAVLE ®, it may be hard to think about all the different ways you can contribute to our profession after graduation.

The great news is there are so many amazing individuals in veterinary medicine and many are doing some pretty cool and diverse things that we can look to for inspiration.

Here’s a special shout out to some Veterinarians that are rocking it in different and inspiring ways!

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Topics: Veterinary Blogs

When a Veterinary Oncologist’s Work Really Hits Home

Posted by Ira Gordon on January 29, 2018 at 11:21 AM

I got the call on January 12th 2017 from my parents across the country in California that their/our 10.5 year-old Golden Doodle, “Yankee” had just experienced a generalized seizure, the first of his life. 

It lasted for what seemed like an eternity but was probably just a few minutes and my parents were extremely worried.  Fortunately, the episode subsided and no additional seizures occurred immediately after.  

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Topics: Veterinary Blogs, Cancer, Oncology

5 Veterinary Blogs for Vets That You Must Read This Year!

Posted by Lori Hehn on January 5, 2018 at 11:37 AM

There are lots of famous vet bloggers that we all enjoy following, but much of their material is geared more towards clients and not so much us in the field.

Here are several of my favorite blogs- all authored by practicing veterinarians or soon-to-be veterinarians! These blogs are by vets and for vets, full of real life experiences and loads of learning.
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Topics: Lists, Veterinary Blogs

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