I'm just a soon-to-be vet student at UC Davis with big dreams and a habit of rambling about spiders.
I was once told by a veterinarian role model to "eat the elephant one bite at a time" and, although I was at first taken aback by how strange this phrase was, I try to incorporate this mantra into my everyday problem solving.
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I took it twice. It was a blast (<–THIS IS A LIE). The photo below is after taking it the second time: the first socialization in months aka cocktails with my favorite parents. The first time I took it after … Continue reading
The most important part of undergraduate preparation for vet school, in my opinion, is making sure your classes and social life are in the right balance. Too much or too little of one can dramatically decrease the quality of the … Continue reading
The Parrot Some context: As a boarding kennel assistant I was responsible for cleaning the dog, cat, and medical boarding areas a few times a day. Occasionally, owners brought their birds, bearded dragons, and random other exotic animals in. An … Continue reading
As a student who established goals of attending vet school early, I quickly became aware of the seemingly endless number of requirements to gain admission. These include the need for hundreds to thousands of intern/volunteer/work hours, research experience, flawless grades … Continue reading