So, if you get anal glanded, yes that is a verb…
oodles and oodles of 2 week old kittens!
Here are some pictures of the amazing models that the university uses as teaching tools. The two models showed above were used to practice catheterizing cephalic veins and intubating dogs. The aim of the models is to practise and familiarise ourselves with procedures before attempting them on real life patients!
Awesome surgery lab today 😷💉
Half Way Day!
So on Sunday I received my clinic coat as a hallmark of the start of my clinical years. As many of you know, I have wanted to be a vet from the age of 8 and I remember at the age of 15, seeing these clinic coats on final year students and wanting the honor of wearing one someday.
Receiving my clinic coat is a milestone in my journey of becoming a vet and signifies two and a half years until I am one! I wouldn’t want to be completing this degree with anyone other than the people in these pictures. The friends you make in vet school are friends for life.
Here is my first vlog answering some of the questions I get asked most frequently. Feedback is always appreciated!
I have had a brief hiatus from ye old tumblr but I am back! Exams were awful but I have officially completed my first degree of a Bachelor of Science in Veterinary Biology and today I began my Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery! Bring on the next 2.5 years!
I also got my scrubs today, hence the mandatory scrub selfie.
I am in the process of uploading a vlog to YouTube answering the questions I get asked most frequently. I promise I haven’t been ignoring you all, I have just been crazy busy!
Thank you for being wonderful!
Veterinarians are four times more likely to take their own lives than the general public, but a Western Australian-led program is tackling the problem head on.
Suicide in the veterinary profession is something that many people are not aware of. Please take the time to watch and share this video.