That is really funny, coz in my class all the guys are TOTAL dogs. Its a pity. I guess it doesn't matter though because nearly all the girls (especially the pretty ones) are already engaged/married. And they all huddle together, not mingling with the girls.I mean, isn't that the reason you all want to go to vet school in the first place!?
Funny story though, after saying something about the guy:girl ratio to one of the vets I work with, he replied by saying they (the girls) are all dogs. Funny thing is, his daughter is in vet school!!!
It always cracks me up when I see the old timers getting tours of our Teaching Hospital and seeing all the women (very attractive women). It's pretty clear in their expression that they think they were robbed by their 95-5 guy:girl ratios.after saying something about the guy:girl ratio to one of the vets I work with, he replied by saying they (the girls) are all dogs. Funny thing is, his daughter is in vet school!!!
I'm also the only male tech where I work, with all thirteen of my other coworkers being female.
I've walked down the hall in one of the old vet med buildings on UCD's campus and thought exactly the same thing wildvet, all the way down to the parabolic function part. Nerds...This is kind of random, but at one of the vet med buildings at Illinois, there's a hallway where they have pictures of all the veterinary graduates, starting from the 1950s all the way to 2008. It's pretty neat to walk down that hallway and see how things have changed since then. It's like a parabolic function lol... at one time, it was all male, then it sort of got a little mixed, and now its mostly female.