Nov 30, 2021
Megan Arey, AAS, CPDT-KA, CGC Evaluator Owner and Trainer talks with Dr. Amanda Stanfield about the impact the Training and Veterinary teams can have on your dogs’ next veterinary visit. Dr. Amanda Stanfield grew up in Southern, NH on a small hobby farm. Growing up she dreamed of becoming a large animal veterinarian and excitedly decided to pursue this career at Oklahoma State University both for her bachelor’s degree and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. She had always been passionate about, and witness to, the profound impact animals can have on our lives. During her studies, she realized she wanted to pursue small-animal medicine to promote and foster the special bond animals and humans share. Now Dr. Stanfield practices small animal medicine in Seabrook, NH, and is passionate about understanding our pets’ behaviors plus making sure owners are educated on how to raise their pets in order to build a stronger, healthier bond. At home, she and her husband have 2 amazing dogs (including a golden retriever they are training to be a therapy dog) and 1 incredible cat. Join them today, as they discuss how different ways working together as a team which includes, pet parents, dog trainers & veterinarians will impact your dog’s next veterinary visit. You won’t want to miss this episode if you have a dog that struggles with anxiety at the vet, you want tips & tricks to find a veterinarian that is right for you, or you want to learn more about how dog trainers can work alongside veterinarians to create an atmosphere of compassion & care for our four-legged friends.
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