About Dr. Evan Antin

About Dr. Evan Antin

Do you know Dr. Evan Antin? Want to learn more about Dr. Evan Antin? “My name is Evan Antin and I’m a small animal, exotics, and wildlife vet. I practice at Conejo Valley Veterinary Hospital in Thousand Oaks, California, near Los Angeles. I’m 32 years old and I’m originally from Kansas. I’m passionate about weightlifting/fitness and traveling. I’ve been to …

Veterinary Emergency Medicine

Veterinary Emergency Medicine – Video by Dr. Gerardo Poli

If you would like to learn more about veterinary emergency medicine, in this video Dr. Gerardo Poli will show you. He will take you on a tour through his hospital and all the things they do. From patients like companion animals to exotic animals. When they are in need, emergency veterinarians are there to help. In any time of they, …

Saving Sea Turtles

Saving Sea Turtles – Video by Dr. Evan Antin

The video below is about saving sea turtles by Dr. Evan Antin. The green sea turtle (Chelonia mydas), also known as the green turtle, black (sea) turtle or Pacific green turtle, is a large sea turtle of the family Cheloniidae. It is the only species in the genus Chelonia. Its range extends throughout tropical and subtropical seas around the world, with two distinct populations in the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, but it is also found in the Indian Ocean. The common name comes from …

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Interview with Dr. Kibble – New York City Veterinarian

Is Dr. Kibble your real name? 🙂 Hi! Excited to introduce myself to the iloveveterinary community! My name is Katja Braun Lang and my initials are KBL. So naturally when someone nicknamed me Dr. Kibble it stuck! I work at Heart of Chelsea Animal Hospital which is located in lower Manhattan. I live in Brooklyn with my husband, turtle named …

Why I Love Veterinary Medicine- By Natasha Boycheva

What is veterinary medicine? Why is it so special and precious? The simplest explanation is that veterinary medicine is a branch of medicine that deals with the healthcare of animals. But it is so much more! Veterinary medicine deals with prevention, diagnostics, treatment of diseases, injuries, behavioral disorders and a lot more challenging subjects. Veterinary science helps humans through monitoring, …

Facing the Difficulties of the Veterinary Profession Marlena Veterinary adventures

Facing the Difficulties of the Veterinary Profession

We all know that Vets, Vet students, Vet techs and everybody else involved in the veterinary field is facing hard times sometimes. Unfortunately, the veterinary profession is one of the fields where there is a high suicide rate. We would like to change this! Help each other in the difficult times! Stay together and reach out to someone! Ask your …

Female Vs. Male Veterinary Doctors

Female Vs. Male Veterinary Doctors

College student population Veterinary medicine and all of its branches are soon to be a female-dominant profession. While the current workforce in all fields of veterinary medicine constitutes of approximately 55% male and 45% female practitioners, the college student population tells a different story. In the United States in the late 80’s male applicants that wanted to participate in a …

Natalia Strokowska DVM Vet

Natalia Strokowska- DVM MRCVS and a TEDx Speaker

Short introduction Natalia Strokowska, DVM, MRCVS, Non-domesticated animal specialist, PhD Candidate at Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Poland. Business owner and entrepreneur. I teach Medical English to vets and students (www.veterinaryenglish.com) and organize exotic pet conferences and workshops (www.furryvets.com). I used to work and volunteer on five continents and visited 71 countries. I love travelling in the footsteps of animals …