“‘C’ students make the best doctors.” It’s something I heard quite a bit in vet school and as an “A” student, it was a major trigger for imposter syndrome. Afterall, just because I could handle a test, didn’t mean I could handle being a clinician. Read More
There is a word that can strike fear into the hearts of veterinarians and practice managers everywhere. That word…is Yelp. via GIPHY You’ve done everything right. You made all the right medical recommendations; you provided the services in a timely… Read More
Without the input of your team, your social media will either look like “the story of you” or a carbon copy of every other vet hospital out there.
But you can change this. How? It’s all about the vetitude. You can’t just tell them why it’s important; you’ve got to show them. Vetitude is all about leading and inspiring, so let your passion for sharing your story with the world shine through.
If you walked into a confessional today, to which of the capital vices would you confess? If you’re a man, chances are good that you would be saying your Hail Mary’s to atone for Lust. If you’re a woman, however, Pride, is likely to top your list of transgressions. Read More
I have been asked why I joined Snout Squad, as though there were a choice involved. But the truth is, Snout Squad seems like more of a calling; a chance to take everything I stand for—veterinary medicine, feminism, writing, empathy, empowering others—and combine it into one group of strong, kick-ass women. Read More
New words come and go in today’s world faster than a Snapchat story. Heck, I still think the term “Foshizzle” is all that and a bag of chips. And I’m not gonna lie; keeping up with the current vocab is hard enough without trying to influence it. Just keeping it a hundred here (Is that one still acceptable?) And yet, I’ve got a word that I hope you and every member of your veterinary team starts using on a regular basis. That’s right—I’m gonna make “Fetch” happen. Oh wait the people at DVM360 already did that. Read More