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Caring for our Furry Family with Dr. Stevie

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Caring for our Furry Family with Dr. Stevie

In this episode, we take a bit of a detour into the world of veterinary medicine with guest Dr. Stevie Aitken. She tells us about the many overlaps between human…
August 31, 2020
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Caring for our Furry Family with Dr. Stevie

In this episode of the WoMed, we take a bit of a detour into the world of veterinary medicine with guest Dr Stevie Aitken. She tells us about the many overlaps between human medicine and veterinary medicine as well as what training it takes to become a vet – did you know you can specialize in oncology or cardiology within the field? Dr. Stevie also drops some valuable knowledge on what you should be feeding your furry family members and discusses the large increase of women in the field. Plus, Dr. Stevie and host D laugh about D’s hesitance towards rabbits and why in the world owl’s legs are so long.

 For more useful information about pet care and to learn more about Dr. Stevie you can follow her on Instagram @doctorstevie and Facebook @doctorstevieaitken. Be sure to subscribe, rate and review, and follow us on Instagram and Twitter @TheWoMed! Remember to submit your weekly Nurse D Energy moments to D on Instagram – we love reading and sharing them!

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