Veterinarian for exotic animals
Dr. Alicia McLaughlin, Connect Vet
Dr. Alicia McLaughlin received her DVM degree from Oklahoma Condition College. She completed a veterinary internship in exotic animal medicine in the center for Bird and Exotic Animal Medicine, and it is now an connect vet at our practice. Dr. McLaughlin continues to be heavily involved with veterinary research and leadership throughout her career. She's received multiple honours realizing her persistence for excellence within this area, such as the OSU Exotic Animal Medicine Outstanding Veterinary Student and also the Oxbow Animal Health Veterinary Medicine Academic Scholarship. Dr. McLaughlin is part of the Association of Avian Vets, the Association of Exotic Mammal Vets, the Association of Reptile and Amphibian Vets, the American Association of Zoo Vets, the American Veterinary Medical Association, and also the American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior. She's a unique curiosity about animal behavior modification using positive reinforcement training. Her career goal is to become board licensed specialist in avian medicine, supplying exceptional quality medical services and compassionate patient care. In her own free time, Dr. McLaughlin likes relaxing together with her husband within the outdoors and supplying environment enrichment on her pets. She presently is the owner of 2 dogs, 2 whitened bellied caiques, 4 leopard geckos, 1 gargoyle gecko, 1 New Caledonian Giant Gecko, 2 ball pythons, and multiple freshwater seafood.
Dr. Meera Music, Connect Vet
Dr. Meera Music, an undergraduate Husky alum, finished the College of Edinburgh Royal School of Veterinary Studies. While she likes dealing with creatures of each and every kind, she's particularly enthusiastic about exotics. She's concentrated her education on exotic creatures, including independent research on owner-psittacine interactions and resultant behavior. To help pursue her interests, she's traveled to Nigeria to operate firsthand with several wildlife including tigers, and a variety of kinds of antelope. She's also had the chance to have interaction with numerous bigger exotic felines.
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