1004. A Day in the Life: What's It Really Like to Be a Veterinarian?
John Robb, DVM
“When I’ve had a tough case, and the dog or cat or lizard or whatever I’m treating is really in a life-threatening type situation, and I’m able to apply my skills, pull that pet through, and then when that pet’s coming up to the front to meet the client to go home…you know, that’s IT, right there. That moment where you see the people and the emotions and the tears, and knowing that I was able to be a part of that, you know? That’s it.”
Dr. John Robb is a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Connecticut. He received his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of California at Davis in 1981 and his DVM from that same institution in 1985. Dr. Robb started the Protect The Pets movement in 2006 to bring morals back into veterinary medicine. This has helped clients by establishing pet safe hospitals and veterinarians by giving them the opportunity to live their oath. He currently owns and operates a small animal veterinary hospital in Newtown, Ct called Dr. Robb’s Protect The Pets – 98 South Main Street, Newtown, Ct. He practices the new standard of titering first before routinely over vaccinating pets who already have immunity. He plans on putting Protect the Pets Hospitals all over the world.
Connecting With John Robb, DVM
Twitter: John Robb@JohnRobb17
Office: Dr. Robb’s Protect The Pets, 98 South Main Street, Newtown, Ct
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Topics: A Day in the Life of a Veterinarian, Pets