Purina entered my life during my first year of veterinary school. I took my 10-month old puppy to a dog park in town. He made a Boxer friend and they were roughhousing. Apollo fell into a hole, only for a second, jumped back up and kept on playing. He started limping and I took him … Continue reading Why I feed Purina
Many say that the gut acts like a second brain. Within the digestive system of both humans and our pets, there lies a completely separate nervous system. Have you ever noticed that your pet tends to have an upset stomach after a stressful situation? Maybe you moved, added a new family member, or visited a … Continue reading BULLYING AND BACTERIA – implications for your pets!
First, I would like to start this post by asking you to consider the following: What qualities does a leader possess? Many of us will have the same vision in our heads of who a leader is, but I encourage you to think about the leader's actions that really stand out to you. How does … Continue reading How to Lead from Where You Are
This is going to be a blog post unlike any other that you will ever read in regard to zoo animal medicine. I am going to sit here and tell you why you SHOULD be a zoo animal vet. Don't get me wrong. There are plenty of cons to pursuing zoo animal medicine and you … Continue reading Zoo Animal Medicine… Why You SHOULD Do It and How to Start.