Category Archives: Three questions for …

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Three questions for … UGA’s Michael Pabon, self-styled veterinary nerd

For some veterinary students, the love of animals is what puts them on the road to a veterinary school or college. For Michael Pabon of the University of Georgie’s College of Veterinary Medicine (Class of 2018), he felt the calling when he realized he had a passion for physiology and … Continue reading Three questions for … UGA’s Michael Pabon, self-styled veterinary nerd

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Three questions for … CSU’s Colleen Link, a believer in pet health insurance

When I talk to veterinary students about pet health insurance, it’s often an abstract concept for them. But for Colleen Link, her own personal experience has already shaped her opinion of the value pet health insurance provides. I have no doubt she’ll be one of those clinicians recommending it to … Continue reading Three questions for … CSU’s Colleen Link, a believer in pet health insurance

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Three questions for … LSU’s Walt Gandy, U.S. Army (Ret.)

When our Nationwide® team visits our schools and colleges of veterinary medicine, we look for a student to feature as part of our “Three Questions for …” series. So it was that when I was visit the School of Veterinary Medicine at Louisiana State University, I met Walt Gandy. Even … Continue reading Three questions for … LSU’s Walt Gandy, U.S. Army (Ret.)

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Three questions for … veterinary hospice pioneer Dr. Dani McVety

Dr. Dani McVety has combined her passion for pets with an independent streak to find her own path in the profession. Started Lap of Love Veterinary Hospice three months after graduation. Says profession can continue to evolve, requiring that DVM candidates be as prepared as possible, both intellectually and socially. … Continue reading Three questions for … veterinary hospice pioneer Dr. Dani McVety

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Three questions for … NCSU CVM’s Courtney Whelan

This is the busiest time of year for me and for the rest of the veterinary relations team at Nationwide, and this year is no exception. I started the month with a visit to the Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine. Then, I was off to Orlando, to the … Continue reading Three questions for … NCSU CVM’s Courtney Whelan

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Three questions for … Stephanie Willney, VBMA Illinois CVM

I have some treats for the holidays and beyond with three top veterinary professionals agreeing to be part of our “Three Questions for … ” series. I want to give credit where credit is due to our Nicole Numbers, who helps me with excellent suggestions for all our featured professionals … Continue reading Three questions for … Stephanie Willney, VBMA Illinois CVM