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Work with staff veterinarians to provide routine and emergncy veterinary care to lab animal used to support infectious disease research to include necropsy, pathology, didatic and BSl3 training.
Our two-doctor mixed animal practice treats patients ranging from cats and dogs to horses and other farm animals. The student will ride along during farm calls, treat patients, assist with surgeries, utilize our Avimark database, and have daily discussions with the veterinarian. We are located in rural Indiana
Students will be exposed to a high quality level of small animal medicine and surgery. This is a busy and cohesive team.
Primarily dairy herd health medicine, but also a small amount of beef, goat, and sheep medicine. Daily visits to dairy facilities performing palpation, health evaluation and nutritional consulting. Also calf health on facilities that raise their own replacement heifers. The student will palpate cows, perform exams and assist in surgery. Work calves to include dehorns, vaccinations and tattoos. Assist in calf deliveries and other obstetric procedures. Fertility exam bulls. Evaluate and treat sick animals.
The Yerkes National Primate Center, Division of Animal Resources Veterinary Externship Program is designed to allow third and fourth year veterinary medical students the opportunity to experience the multifaceted field of Laboratory Animal Medicine as specifically relating to nonhuman primates. In addition, the student can expect to learn the particular needs, regulations and guidelines associated with the use of non-human primates in biomedical research. Laboratory Animal Medicine is a board-certified discipline that combines clinical medicine, preventative medicine, pathology, recognition/development of animal models, regulatory oversight, and collaborative/independent biomedical research.
Extern will shadow doctors in appointments, dentistry procedures, and surgery procedures. The extern will be allowed to assist in patient care, medicine, and procedures based on their comfort level and experience.
Assist veterinarian with cases, surgeries and emergencies
If you are considering a career in small animal medicine in a progressive
practice, come spend some time with the St. Louis Veterinary Center team! We are a three-doctor practice with a strong support staff and fun culture that
provides you with an excellent learning opportunity. We enjoy an interesting
medical and surgical caseload while equipped with digital x-ray, dental radiography, ultrasound and laboratory. You will have an immersive, hands-on exposure to internal medicine, surgery, dentistry, and business management.
We are a Certified Cat Friendly Practice and have implemented many Fear Free protocols to ensure our patients have a positive experience. We have a significant feline caseload that will provide you with hands-on experience in
managing common feline conditions. Our strong support staff and laid-back culture will provide you with an excellent learning opportunity. We enjoy a diverse medical and surgical caseload and are equipped with digital radiology, dental radiology, and an in-house laboratory. You will get to learn all about the day to day operations of a veterinary hospital that has a AAFP-Feline Friendly GOLD Standard rating.
If you are considering a career in small animal medicine in a progressive practice, come spend some time with the Shoal Creek team in Athens, GA! Our two doctors are Fear Free Certified and enjoy sharing their knowledge with students. Our strong support team allows us to focus on preventive medicine and provide high quality care to our patients.We enjoy an interesting medical and surgical caseload while equipped with digital radiography, dental radiography and laboratory.