As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, more pet owners than ever are turning to the internet for information about what illnesses their pet may have. Dr. Susie Samuel of VetHelpDirect about online triage.
Veterinarians aren’t taught in school how to run a clinic as a business, which can create a lot of stress later on. Dr. Joel Parker of Veterinary Practice Solutions talks about teaching these skills to clinic owners.
Genetic testing is an incredibly useful way to help determine which types of illness or conditions are more prevalent in specific breeds of dogs. Dr. Katie Lyttle about the business of genotyping dogs.
With 700,000 cases of lymphoma occurring in dogs in North America annually, there is a serious need to address this disease. Dr. David Bruyette of Anivive about creating a pharmaceutical to help treat lymphoma.
A career in veterinary medicine doesn’t have to be limited to clinical practice or ownership. Dr. Anna Reddish of the American Veterinary Medical Association about some of the different career paths that are available.