Many of you have commented and e-mailed asking for more information about my life and work as a veterinarian in the Army. I’m planning to write articles for my site about each of my Army assignments so far, but I wanted to let you know about a little piece I recently wrote up for the Veterinary Medicine page on About.com.
I’m excited to have this article on About.com for several reasons.
First, it’s a great opportunity to share about my work with a much wider community of readers than I’m able to reach here on my own website.
Second, the incoming links from such a well-established site will help Google and other search engines give my own fledgling efforts here on the internet a little bit more credibility.
And finally, it’s nice to have a short summary article online that I can easily point people to who want a general overview of the Army Veterinary Corps as a career path.
It was also fun to work with Dr. Janet Tobiassen Crosby, the Guide to Veterinary Medicine on About.com since 1999. She’s an uncommon veterinarian in her own cool way!
You can’t leave comments on the article itself, but I’m happy to answer any questions here about the information I’ve shared.
Does anything surprise you or make you want to learn more?