5 reasons you want a veterinarian on your team in... →
Shelter workers write letters to the dogs they've... →
theshoutsofmany: This is beautiful yet heartbreaking. Think about these messages before you decide to go to a pet store, breeder, or breed your animal. Why breed or buy while shelter dogs die?
OH MY GOD HANOVER NEW HAMPSHIRE WHY IS THERE SO...
in other news, i missed the annual midnight snowball fight because i was watching a documentary on lemurs with some friends + the boyfriend! YAY
Anonymous asked: i walk around by myself and eat lunch by myself all the time at Dartmouth. don't even worry about it. i have noticed that people are together a lot, but there's nothing wrong with not being surrounded by people all the time. i kind of like it. be confident. there's no reason not to be.
thegreatlovestory asked: Hi, I just wanted to know when did you find out that you wanted to be a vet? I've just recently been interested in being a vet even though I've always loved animals. I was wondering if anyone else went into the field with a recent interest instead of a lifelong dream. I hope that makes sense lol
a note i'm just leaving here
I don’t know if a lot of people have noticed this, but everyone at college - or maybe just at Dartmouth ? - seems to be with people all the time, whether it’s having lunch together, walking to class together, studying in the library together, or going to things like meetings and free food events together. In freshman fall I was like that - I had a pretty tight-knit group of a few...
2nd in my jumping class! :)
TOUCH the FIRE you’re so HOT keep RUNNING WHY are you WALKING you’re going the wrong way oh 15’s, you’re adorable. it was a pleasure running with you tonight. even if i did almost lose my phone.
For those of you who don’t know this, Thailand is flooding pretty badly - okay, understatement - Thailand is having its worst flood in years, and though my family is definitely safe I’m pretty sad about this beautiful country suffering through such a terrible process. The horses at my barn back in Thailand are also okay - they’re being moved around and Jacko’s going up to...
Animals & Wildlife: This is an interesting read... →
animalsandwildlife: This is an interesting read about the incident at the Farm & Wildlife Preserve in Muskingum, Ohio & how they shot nearly 50 animals because the Man set them free then killed himself. Link Here These are some reasons that I picked out from this article: “As officials warned that more animals…
today is the worst day i've had in a long time.
i appreciate last week's grey's anatomy episode so...
francis-jane asked: I hope this doesn't come off as... creepy/odd but I absolutely ADORE your blog(tumblr, which ever you like to call it). I've wanted to be a vet ever since I was young and really enjoy and appreciate the insight on your blog. Along with the inspiring stories, cute gifs, etc., etc! I just wanted to say thank you for the blog! :D
when the prof says "time's up" for the organic...
i've been feeling a little overwhelmed.
really wish manila was closer right now.
Swine Production Veterinarians →
vetrospective: Swine production veterinarians work with pork producers across the country to help them keep their animals healthy. They not only protect the animal’s well-being, but also protect our nation’s food…
our coach just put up the lists for who's riding...
And it looks like I’m riding both days! One class on Saturday, two on Sunday (probably just flat on Saturday, then flat and fences Sunday? I’m not sure). I’m pretty surprised, because Saturday only had 15 rides and I thought I wasn’t going to get picked. I’m really not as neat over fences as I should be for equitation and I think part of why I got picked is that a lot...
ebcrafts25 asked: I am also majoring in Bio at least for my AA I want to get my BS in Marine Bio :D I am taking Zoology this semester it is kicking my butt though lol
ebcrafts25 asked: Not really a question but, I love your blog. I am somewhat pre-vet still making my final decision on a major though :)
Anonymous asked: What is your program?
Diatribes Of A Veterinarian: Rat saves lifes →
veterinarianjoske: Using operant conditioning procedures, Giant African pouched rats were trained to detect tuberculosis from human sputum samples. Despite its poor sensitivity, microscopy is often used for TB detection in developing countries. Patients missed by microscopy are thought to spread the disease to 1 This is fascinating!