Canine Wellness Workshop
Have you always had a passion for rescue dogs and shelter animals? Want to turn that passion into a career?
Get a head start by tuning in to our on-demand session with Ross Vet Alumna and current faculty, Dr. Andrea Peda, and learn all about shelter medicine, including the basics of handling and treating canine patients!
Watch this on-demand session for the opportunity to:
- See how to properly handle, examine, and check the vital signs in dogs
- Learn to identify common medical problems seen in stray and feral canines
- Hear more about pursuing shelter medicine as a veterinarian
About Our Host
Dr. Andrea Peda is a small animal veterinarian with a master’s degree in shelter medicine from the University of Florida. She graduated from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2009 and currently works at her alma mater as a clinical instructor. She is also head of the university’s spay/neuter program and has started the first ever shelter medicine wellness program for 7th semester students.
Dr. Peda is the faculty advisor for Ross Vet’s student animal welfare and rescue organizations, and truly enjoys educating students and the community on animal medical and behavioral health and well-being. She loves the island of St. Kitts, where she calls home, and continues to dedicate her work towards helping the community and their pets live happier and healthier lives together.