Craig Road Animal Hospital Externship Program: Norimar

Originally from San Juan, Puerto Rico, Norimar joins Craig Road Animal Hospital’s externship program. She attained her Bachelor’s degree from The University of Puerto Rico, where she majored in veterinary technology. Norimar decided to apply after hearing about our program through a fellow student at Tuskegee University, where she is currently in her third year of veterinary school. Growing up with a variety of pets, including rabbits, turtles, and birds, Norimar says she’s always been fond of animals. Her love…

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Craig Road Animal Hospital Externship Program: Kelsey

Kelsey obtained her bachelor’s degree in animal science at Louisiana State University in her hometown of New Orleans. Currently, in her fourth year studying to become a doctor of veterinary medicine, Kelsey joins Craig Road Animal Hospital as our newest D.V.M. extern. Growing up with a variety of pets, Kelsey has always wanted to become a veterinarian. “My mom has a piece of paper from kindergarten where we all signed up for what we wanted to be when we grew…

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Craig Road Animal Hospital Externship Program: Mathew

  Meet Mathew! The New Orleans native is the latest to join our externship program. He is currently in his fourth year studying to become a doctor of veterinary medicine at Louisiana State University. “I’m hoping to get a better understanding of how a general practice hospital works,” said Mathew of his time at Craig Road Animal Hospital, “ and looking forward to getting more hands-on experience.” The fourth year D.V.M candidate has always had a love for animals. In…

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Craig Road Animal Hospital Externship Program: Megan

Megan is an Indiana native, who previously obtained her bachelor’s degree in animal science at Purdue University. The fourth Year D.V.M. candidate has worked in various veterinary hospital roles since the age of 16. She has worked as a customer service representative, kennel attendant, and veterinary assistant. Megan has always wanted to be a vet, “Every little kid thinks that they want to be a veterinarian at some point, and I never grew out of that,” she said. The D.V.M.…

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Craig Road Animal Hospital Externship Program: Elijah

Originally from central Kentucky, Elijah grew up on a small farm and has been caring for a variety of animals over the years including chickens, horses, cows, sheep, goats and household pets. “I’ve always been really interested in science and chemistry so veterinary medicine was a natural intersection of two of my favorite things.” Elijah attended Western Kentucky University where he obtained a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry. He is currently a fourth-year D.V.M student at Ohio State University. During his…

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CRAIG ROAD ANIMAL HOSPITAL EXTERNSHIP PROGRAM: Kristy

Kristy joins Craig Road Animal Hospital as our newest D.V.M. extern. Originally from Baton Rouge, Louisiana she obtained her bachelor’s degree in biology at The University of Louisiana. She’s currently in her fourth year studying to become a doctor of veterinary medicine. Kristy knew in high school that she wanted to become a veterinarian. She began working at a veterinary hospital learning and assisting with the animals. When she isn’t studying, Kristy enjoys sailing and spending time with her pets,…

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CRAIG ROAD ANIMAL HOSPITAL EXTERNSHIP PROGRAM: Leah

Leah is originally from Georgia, she earned her bachelor’s degree from Southern Alabama University. Leah is currently in her fourth year studying the doctor of veterinary medicine program at The University of Georgia. Leah has always been interested in animals but she, and her sister, suffer from allergies.  After discovering the benefits of allergy medicine, Leah and her sister committed to pursuing careers in animal medicine. “Were definitely an animal loving family, says Leah. Her entire family has pets including…

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CRAIG ROAD ANIMAL HOSPITAL EXTERNSHIP PROGRAM: Kaitlin

Kaitlin is originally from West Virginia. She earned her bachelor’s degree from West Virginia University, where she majored in animal and nutritional sciences.  She is currently in her fourth year studying veterinary medicine at Mississippi State University. Kaitlin became interested in animal medicine after an undergraduate career assessment determined that Veterinary medicine would be a potential career for her to pursue. She then went on to volunteer at local animal hospitals and spent time as an Animal Care Intern at the…

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CRAIG ROAD ANIMAL HOSPITAL EXTERNSHIP PROGRAM: Elizabeth

Elizabeth is originally from the small town of Conyers, Georgia. She was exposed to animals at a young age by her grandfather who owned horses. Elizabeth knew she wanted to become a vet since the age of 9. She began working with animals throughout middle school and high school in an agriculture club, where she was inspired to continue with a career in animal care. Elizabeth is currently in her fourth year at Mississippi State University before vet school she…

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CRAIG ROAD ANIMAL HOSPITAL EXTERNSHIP PROGRAM: Kimberly

Kimberly is from Atlanta, GA. Currently, she studies at Purdue University in Indiana. She has been working in the animal care industry since she was 16. However, as a child, Kimberly was scared of all animals. “People that knew me as a child would never had thought that this is where I’d be today.” She said. It was not until she got her first dog, a Dachshund named Brownie, that she began her work at a local vet clinic. She…

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Canine Influenza

The canine flu season is upon us! H3N8 and H2N2 are two highly contagious strains of the dog flu. The syndromes in these strains can vary from mild to severe, which can lead to respiratory infection and other medical complication. Seek vet care if your animal appears to have a runny nose, cough, or loss of appetite. Luckily there is a vaccination for both strands, but this is not treatment only a preventative action. Don’t forget to get your pet…

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Craig Road Animal Hospital Externship Program: Sam

Sam is from New Jersey but has lived in Manhattan, North Carolina, and Florida. He is currently studying his Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine at Louisiana State University, and will be graduating this year. Sam found he wanted to pursue a career in animal care during a family trip to Yellowstone National Park. During his visit he met the Yellowstone Park Wild Life Veterinarian, and that inspired a lifelong love of wildlife. Las Vegas has always been a place of interest…

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Craig Road Animal Hospital Externship Program: Christian

Christian was born and raised in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He is studying at Louisiana State University for his Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine. He has taken interest in soft tissue surgery, and internal medicine. His goal is to become a board-certified surgeon. Christian was raised in a family of animal lovers. He grew up with several pets including; dogs, cats, rabbits, hamsters, and gerbils. At a young age of eleven, he found a natural love in caring for animals, and helping…

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“Why does my dog eat poop?!?”

Veterinarian Kurt Mychajlonka D.V.M. [Dr.Mych] of Craig Road Animal Hospital in North West Las Vegas identifies the causes why a dog might eat his own feces, aka coprophagia, and shares some helpful tips on how to nix the dirty habit. By Kurt Mychajlonka, DVM Yes, dogs eat poop, no matter how horrified the owner may be. But eating poop-technically known as coprophagia-is actually a common canine behavior. When puppies are first born, mother dogs clean their puppies and ingest their…

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