WATCH: Specialty Highlight: Veterinary Cardiology

On-Demand Webinar | Duration: 1 Hour

While primary care veterinarians can treat many health problems, certain conditions require the care of a doctor who has specialized training in heart and vascular problems in animals. Small companion animals make up a large portion of these cases, but veterinary cardiologists often have experience treating a variety of species, from equine, to exotics, and more.

Curious about veterinary cardiology? Watch our on-demand webinar, where Dr. Anne French, veterinary cardiologist and Head of the Clinical Sciences Department at Ross Vet, walks through what it’s like to specialize and work in this field.

Watch this on-demand session for the opportunity to:

  • Learn more about the path towards becoming a veterinary cardiologist, including obtaining internships, residencies, and board certification
  • Review cardio ultrasound images of animal patients
  • Examine real-life cases treated by Dr. French, including pacemaker placement in a variety of species, corrective heart surgery, and more
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Discover the veterinary profession like you never have before. Join Ross Vet alumni, faculty, and colleagues for on-demand webinars that can kick-start your knowledge of veterinary medicine. Explore our learning environments, veterinary specialties, procedures, and case studies before you even become a vet student!

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Earning your DVM from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine offers you much more than a path to animal practice. It unlocks a much larger world of far-reaching career opportunities in veterinary medicine, from companion and exotic animal care, to research that could affect animal and human health on a global scale. From general practitioners to researchers and more, there's a world of possibilities out there to explore.

About Ross Vet

Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine is accredited by the American Veterinary Medical Association Council on Education (AVMA-COE). Since its founding in 1982, RUSVM has graduated over 7,000 veterinarians, many practicing in every US state, in Canada and Puerto Rico, and abroad.