In Season 3, Episode #1, we go inside the mind of Veterinarian, Dr. Teresa Seggerman, DVM, U.S. Army Veterinarian Corps Veteran, recipient of the U.S. Army Expert Field Medical Badge award (EFMB) for exceptional competence & outstanding performance by field medical personnel, Former Emergency Medicine & Critical Care Provider for Pets, & General Practice Veterinarian at Erie Animal Hospital in Erie, Colorado.
Join us as Dr. Seggerman shares her extraordinary life experiences as a Military Veterinarian, her 15 years working in Veterinary Emergency Medicine, & her current work as a Veterinarian in general practice.
Dr. Seggerman candidly discusses a myriad of topics to include the most rewarding & the most challenging aspects of her career, pet emergency rooms under a full moon, the fears our pets may encounter in everyday life, how rescue pets are different, emotional support animals, the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on pets & their families, the role of memory in pet trauma, how our pets sense our moods & emotions, pet end-of-life decision making & why we sometimes grieve the loss of a pet more than that of a human being.
Dr. Seggerman best explains the human-animal bond & the unconditional love we receive from our pets as follows, “They carry all our secrets….your deepest, deepest secrets….the things you would never tell a human….you would tell to your dog or your cat. No matter how bad you are hurting, your pet will be there for you. They carry our hopes & our dreams & our secrets….& our pains. The bond is there.”
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