Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Summer Time is Here

I hope all of my readers are enjoying summer time, I know I am. It's nice that my days and nights are no longer filled with the stresses of school and studying. I feel like I have gotten a little bit of my life back, and I realize now how much I missed it. This summer I am doing some biological research, which has been very fun, rewarding,a and informative. In the past I have typically worked in veterinary clinics, but this summer I thought I would try the research aspect of veterinary medicine. The hours are much better than clinics, no more 7-7 shifts or working holidays. If you like research at all I suggest you at least give it a try, veterinary schools love student with some research background. Today so many diseases emerge form animals ( pig flu, avian influenza) that the world needs veterinarians to help research and solve these global problems.

Anyways, I hope all of you have a safe and happy summer. I will continue to post more advise as I am able. If you have any other questions please post them as a comment or email me my address is miltonfood@yahoo.com. I think I will use these questions/comments to write new posts.

Also, please help support this site by ordering your textbooks though the Amazon links on my blog. Amazon is the best and cheapest way to get your textbooks. I know I always search at local stores and across the internet for the best deals, and Amazon always wins. In future blogs I will post some veterinary textbooks that I find very helpful as well.

Thanks, have a great summer!

3 comments:

cgirl4e said...

Looking forward to the textbook ideas.

Anonymous said...

I'm thinking of applying to
Vet school, I'm 56 years old, an RN with an extension science background. The schools I've researched accept a limited number of students of course. My 33 year old daughter is telling me that they would choose a 25 year old over me. Would you also think that?

Anonymous said...

do you have books regarding dogs specially dachshund?


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