Veterinary Voices

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Speak up -- speak out -- and speak loudly. Veterinary Voices is a chance for veterinarians, technicians, students, practice managers, receptionists, and assistants to speak out and share their thoughts and inspirations about the world of veterinary medicine.

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    • Diagnosing fungal skin disease

    • Listen as Stephen White, DVM, DACVD, reviews the diagnostic steps he takes when presented with a patient with signs of fungal skin disease. 
    • Generation Vet 17: Ciao, Baby

    • With two days to go before Amanda's trip to Peru with AmazonCares, she sees a chow with bloody drool and deals with a massive headache from her vaccines and a persistent Robert who is excited for their upcoming date. Visit www.generationvet.com for all past minisodes!
    • Generation Vet 16: Retirement Plan

    • Amanda continues to wrestle with the outcome of the Spanky Brickworth case while moving on to new cases. First appointment of the day...puppies! What could be better, right? Unless you have to have a talk with the client about responsible breeding.
    • Generation Vet 15: The Specialist

    • Despite Dr. Brown's being intimidated by a veterinary ophthalmologist, she reaches out for a consult and some general advice.
    • Generation Vet 14: Your guess is as Good as Mine

    • After seeing a walk-in patient, Amanda gets some bad news about Spanky Brickworth, the cat with explosive diarrhea. Now she needs to figure out what is happening before it's too late. Catch up on past minisodes and get all the additional content at www.generationvet.com!
    • Veterinary Voices: Who was your most memorable patient?

    • Many pets—like their owners—love to eat things they're not supposed to. Dr. Frances Andersen of Wittenberg, Wis., recalls an unforgettable patient, a pooch with a sweet tooth.
    • Veterinary Voices: Why did you become a veterinarian?

    • Behind every practitioner is a story of inspiration. Dr. Kathy Morris-Stillwell of Redford, Mich. shares a moment from her youth that pushed her in the direction of veterinary medicine.
    • Veterinary Voices: What was the best professional advice you ever received?

    • Dr. John Lorfeld of Oshkosh, Wis. passes along some career guidance that has remained with him through years of practice.
    • Generation Vet 13: Messy, Messy, Messy

    • It's one of those visits for Dr. Brown where things just don't seem to be going her way. Taking everything in stride, she survives to move on to the next appointment. Catch all of the Generation Vet videos at www.generationvet.com
    • Veterinary Voices: Who was your most memorable patient?

    • Paula Hammond of Waxhaw, N.C. describes one very memorable patient.
    • Veterinary Voices: What do you consider the greatest threat to the profession?

    • Dr. Karen Felsted outlines what she sees as the greatest threat to the veterinary profession.
    • Veterinary Voices: Which animal health needs are currently unmet?

    • Dr. Jane Brunt describes a topic she feels would benefit from more attention.
    • Generation Vet 12: Cough it Up

    • Amanda handles a frustrating call from a client and decides afterward to care for the patient on her own dime. Watch past minisodes in 1080i HD on YouTube at www.YouTube.com/AmandaBrownDVM and catch all the great content between minisodes at www.GenerationVet.com!
    • Veterinary Voices: What is the greatest threat to the profession?

    • Gina Toman, RVT, describes what she considers to be the biggest threat to the veterinary profession.
    • Veterinary Voices: What was your worst day at the clinic?

    • Thomas Walker shares the story of his worst day at the veterinary clinic.
    • Veterinary Voices: What part of your work do you enjoy most?

    • Practice manager Affie Fakhrai describes her favorite aspect of her job.
    • Veterinary Voices: What was the best professional advice you ever received?

    • Emma Feuell, RVT, shares the best piece of advice she's received.
    • Veterinary Voices: Who was your most memorable patient?

    • Trista Clarke, RVT, recalls a favorite patient.
    • Veterinary Voices: Creativity and innovation

    • Nancy Soares, VMD, describes some creative steps her clinic took to solve problems.
    • Veterinary Voices: What would you advise a new graduate?

    • Laura Call, LVT, offers advice to new graduates.
    • Veterinary Voices: What part of your work do you enjoy most?

    • Donna Bauman, CVPM, describes the favorite part of her work.
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    • Phillip Barnes and Dakota

    • This is my five year old female, red merle Australian Shepherd, Dakota. She is a sweetheart with endless energy!
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    • This is part of the Veterinary Voices creation team and camera crew in action gathering stories at CVC Kansas City.
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