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Welcome to the Veterinary Forum!

Discussion in 'Veterinary' started by PAThbrd, Apr 8, 2006.

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  1. PAThbrd

    PAThbrd LA Surgery Resident Moderator Emeritus 7+ Year Member

    Aug 9, 2004
    Welcome to the SDN Veterinary Forum!

    This forum is intended for students currently enrolled in professional veterinary programs and graduated veterinarians.

    Please visit the SDN Pre-Veterinary Forum to discuss the pre-professional journey, vet school applications, and other issues facing pre-vets.

    Also, please note that the Veterinary Forum is not meant to serve as a diagnostic center. Please refer to your regular or consulting veterinarian for any of your pet's medical issues. SDN policy is that the forums do not serve as a source of medical advice but rather as a community for student discussion.

    The veterinary boards also maintain a listing of recommended web links to useful sites. Post your favorite vet-related links! Go to: http://forums.studentdoctor.net/links/browselinks.php?c=9

    If you have a blog you'd like to share with SDN members, go to: http://forums.studentdoctor.net/links/browselinks.php?c=10

    To view reviews on veterinary school interviews, please go here. If you have interviewed at a vet school in the past, please consider leaving interview feedback here.

    SDN Veterinary Forums Moderator
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  3. dyachei

    dyachei vet robot pirate zombie SDN Administrator 10+ Year Member

    Mar 9, 2007
    In regards to behavior questions, please report any posts that you think are asking for medical advice. This includes posts such as asking how to keep your cat from urinating everywhere and which dog training techniques to use. Veterinary behaviorists are your best resource for this type of question. Posts that ask about specific animals are more likely to be closed.Posts on SDN should not be asking for advice on veterinary or pet care advice. Any such threads will be closed or deleted.
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