Read my personal review of this appealing compilation of true stories written by a variety of veterinarians who work in the zoo and wildlife fields.
Here are five resources that will help you begin to learn about the employment options as a veterinarian with the federal government.
Learn about a funded internship experience available for pre-vet and veterinary students interested in working with turtles & tortoises in southern California.
Learn about this unique opportunity to win up to $50,000 while also guaranteeing yourself a unique job working on the big issues of animal & public health.
Read about my recent preparations to take the board certification exam to become a diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Preventive Medicine.
I interview Dr. Mike Cranfield, wildlife veterinarian and co-director of the Gorilla Doctors. We discuss educational paths and career options for vets in zoo and wildlife medicine, conservation, and research.
I interview public health and food safety veterinarian Dr. Michele Jay-Russell In this second episode of The Uncommon Veterinarian Podcast.
In this episode of The Uncommon Veterinarian Podcast, I interview wildlife veterinarian and infectious disease researcher Dr. Jonathan Epstein.
Check out this opportunity to volunteer your veterinary skills in the care of elephants in Laos. All living expenses covered. No previous elephant experience required.
Read about a veterinary student’s experience interning with a USDA-APHIS veterinarian in Wyoming. Great hints on how to secure your own internship, too!