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The ASPCA Adoption Center serves animals who need us the most. We provide care to dogs and cats coming in through the NYPD or our community engagement team, those with high medical or behavioral needs, and animals like neonatal kittens who take a bit more time before being adopted. Join the ASPCA Adoption Center's team of skilled medical, behavior, and other professionals to gain hands-on shelter medicine experience. Externs will learn how to provide holistic care for individual animals and the overall shelter population. You'll also discover how shelter medicine supports animal health in the community.
We are a busy practice located Carroll County Ohio approximately 45min. SE of Akron, Ohio. Our location provides students with a more rural practice type and clients that are not looking for a referral. The practice treats primarily dogs, cats, and horses with the occasional other species seen on an individual basis. There are currently 3 full-time doctors to learn from. One clinician treats only dogs and cats with a personal interest in orthopedic surgeries. One clinician treats only horses with a personal interest in Equine dentistry. One clinician treats all species with a personal interest in Equine reproduction and podiatry. Two of our clinicians are also dually trained in chiropractic and acupuncture with the practice providing those services on a regular basis. Our practice offers a unique blend of species and interests for a student to learn from with warm-small town clientele.
General practice and board certified internist hospital. OVH offers everything a busy general practice will offer but the hospitalization, soft tissue surgeries and referrals for internal medicine procedures are what make the clinic unique.
Externs will spend time with large staff of veterinarians during the work week. Experience will be catered towards extern's interests. Small animal hospital with 24 hour emergency service and general practice. Board-certified dentist on staff. Oncologist and dermatologist have 1-2 days per week at this particular hospital. Routine surgeries are performed every weekday. Participation in surgery or other procedures will be at the discretion of the doctors on staff that day and are assessed based on extern's interest level, engagement, and veterinary school experience.
Candidate will be under direct supervision and mentorship of five veterinarians. Assisting in all aspects a practicing veterinarian performs. Hands-on experience with canines, felines and multiple species of exotic patients.
Students are encouraged to be interactive - history taking, physical exams, case rounds, and review of diagnostics with assigned clinicians.
Mixed animal practice
Equine- hospitalization, ER, vaccinations, castration, enculeation, dental, radiographs, ultrasound, bloodwork
Small Animal- hospitalization, spay/neuter vaccinations, castration, enculeation, dental, internal medication, ultrasound, radiographs
Advanced level experience with equine lameness relative to managing mechanics.
The Forever Vets externship program is designed to assist veterinary students in the exciting, albeit challenging, transition from university medicine to general practice. Externs will gain hands-on experience in small animal and exotic internal medicine, soft tissue and orthopedic surgery, dentistry, diagnostic imaging, pathology, emergency response, leadership, client communication and more as they partner with a multitude of experienced mentors who specialize in differing areas of medicine. They will have the opportunity to identify and improve upon their personal strengths, weaknesses and interests as they practice in our nine general practice clinics and our new urgent care hospital. Students will not only build a strong foundation in clinical skills with an involved approach to training, but they will also have the unique opportunity to collaborate with and to direct varying teams of support staff. Forever Vets hospitals are open seven days a week with extended hours, providing externs with any number of hours required by their university's curriculum. Our structure incorporates case study reviews, personalized follow-ups, and continuing education opportunities with both our medical director and owning veterinarian. Forever Vets' mission to create a positive impact in the community extends beyond Jacksonville's borders; we strive to advance the field of medicine and grow the next wave of veterinary pioneers.
The student will attend a 2-week streak of theoretical and practical classes on Diagnostic Pathology, including Clinical Pathology, Microbiology, Parasitology, and Virology allotted in the morning period. In the afternoons, the student will be on the necropsy floor, performing postmortem examination of assorted animal species, as well as preparing technical written reports about the necropsy findings. In cases of zero necropsy cases for the day, the student will be shadowing the resident on biopsy duty, accompanying surgical specimen trimming and reading at the multi-headed scope and Pathology rounds.