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Darby Faubion
Darby Faubion has been a Nurse and Allied Health Educator for over twenty years. She has clinical experience in several specialty areas including pediatrics, medical-surgical, critical care, and hospice.
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What is your least favorite thing about being a veterinarian?
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Example #1
"I can easily answer that question. My least favorite thing about being a veterinarian is the fact that, unlike a medical doctor, my patients can't verbally communicate with me. So, if an animal is very sick and no one saw an accident or injury, I am often left using symptoms and the process of elimination to determine the diagnosis in order to prepare a treatment plan."
Example #2
"My least favorite thing about being a veterinarian is that there doesn't seem to be enough hours in the day for me to do everything I want to do. I am one of the ones who are likely to stay late just to watch and make sure a sick dog doesn't take a turn for the worse, or to give 'Fido' an extra walk before heading home."
Example #3
"I suppose my answer to this changes from time to time. It's not so much things that I dislike, but things that I wish I could make better. For instance, I wish every little grandma who brings her 15-year-old cat in could take it home with her instead of hearing that the cat is not going to make it. I wish I had x-ray vision and a magic wand and could fix every broken bone that is the result of a pet being struck by a car because it didn't have a secure yard to play in. Those may seem like minute things to say, but in the world of veterinary medicine, I am taking care of someone's best friend every day."
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