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Behaviour rotation for 4th year vet student

American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior Forums Members Members General Discussion Behaviour rotation for 4th year vet student

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    Rebecca Ledger
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    Dear AVSAB Members

    I am writing on behalf of a Canadian 3rd year vet student (U Sask, Canada), who is looking for a behaviour placement in her 4th year (2017/2018) – in a shelter, academia or private practice, she’d consider them all. She spent the summer shadowing me and would like to expand her horizons. She is willing to spend time in Canada or the US. If you have any thoughts, please let me know and I’ll pass them on.

    With thanks

    Rebecca Ledger

    Rebecca Ledger BSc (Hons) MSc PhD FRSB
    Animal Behaviour & Welfare Consulting
    PO Box 72012 Sasamat RPO
    Vancouver, BC V6R 4P2
    Tel +1 604 569 9663
    Fax + 1 604 569 5487
    Email info@pet-welfare.com

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    mjbain@ucdavis.edu
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    Hi

    Just wandering deeper into the AVSAB forums and saw your post. UC Davis accepts visiting student depending on space. There also is a list on the AVSAB webpage, https://avsab.org/students/opportunities-for-students/

    Take care

    Melissa Bain

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