Euthanasia is not just placing an IV catheter, pushing propofol, flushing with saline, and then following with Euthasol. It is not just the end of an estimate, a “reasonable and respectable” course of action for a terminally ill pet, or the end for injured and abandoned neonatal wildlife. It is not just a painless, peaceful […]
Advice From a 6-week-old Baby Intern
You don’t often get time to sit down at the kitchen table with a cup of tea on a Wednesday afternoon, keyboard beneath your fingertips, mountains of paperwork from the night before flattened to sea-level, mind quiet, thoughts clear, ready to think, ready to shock the world (or at least whoever is reading this right […]
So You’re a Veterinarian, Now What?
Keep learning. Always keep learning. Never stop learning. As my parents would always say, be a sponge. Always be a sponge. Never ever stop being a sponge. So, the textbooks are closed, exams are done, and the clouds of anxiety looming overhead before assignment due dates have finally cleared. All is sunny, all is calm, […]