Lessons learned…final thoughts for 2010.

I just found this pet related video on YouTube … and thought you might enjoy it!


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2010 has been a challenging and thoughtful year for our country. Dr. Welton discusses how the year’s circumstances impacted the pet health care industry and provides final thoughts for 2010, as well as tips for the new year.

What do you think?

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25 Responses

  1. mcpheeish
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    2010 has been rough

  2. UrLiLmIssPink
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    so much info so lil time! hehe

  3. ressinno
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    You are like the vet dictionary.

  4. ClaIrE63BriGgS
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    Great wrap up of all the key points you touched on

  5. actrizat
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    always continue learning no matter what stage you are in your life, thats my perspective

  6. windblow021
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    Nice video

  7. tielee43
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    crazy year

  8. 356AileeNHeart
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    my pup died of old age and i don’t have the money to get a new one =[

  9. Stalc29
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    wow you have so many videos!

  10. sherdlik
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    Nother good one Roger

  11. tracey2wise
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    how long did you go to school for?

  12. ryljones
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    damn this economy, hopefully this year is better

  13. rednation60
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    I’m slacking taking care of my little dog its just so busy around this time of the year

  14. rwdvm
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    @tracey2wise A very long time! 4 years of undergraduate college, then 4 years of veterinary school. Nothing like waiting unti lthe age of 26 to get your first real pay check!

  15. rwdvm
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    @actrizat That is one of life’s great truths no matter how old or how educated, we are all a work in progress!

  16. rwdvm
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    @VStark39 Now more than any time in my career is the economic climate most relevent to our industry.

  17. rwdvm
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    @martinallysa Meniscal tears is dogs is rarely a primary injury. Most commonly they rupture the ACL, which leads to secondary meniscal tear. Best to get that repaired ASAP – very rewarding surgery with good to excellent prognosis.

  18. FalCoNsWilL
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    I enjoy all of your videos!

  19. Shawn245HiLLs
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    i like this web dvm thing you have going

  20. tielee43
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    Haha why go to the vet when you can just learn everything from youtube

  21. greatRAineJackson00
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    poor hound dog 🙁

  22. dollygaisler
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    good wrap up for the year

  23. 74SanTosViC
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    Hope you have a good 2011!

  24. 143JaMieGiBson
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    no0o0o0o dont go0o0o

  25. shannenkamu
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    Enjoy your new years :]

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