“I feel that I have learned more and gotten to do more clinical work with horses than I have in the past 5 years at vet school. We were able to do solo radiographs and ultrasounds of multiple horses, so by the end of the week I felt completely competent and comfortable doing them. Same goes for IV blood drawing and sedation. By the end of the week I felt like I could sedate any horse that I came across with ease. I was also able to perform a cyst removal and able to suture the skin back solo. We also discussed how to load your car when starting as an Equine veterinarian. I found this so helpful because I feel like that’s just something, you’re supposed to figure out on your first day on the job. Now we have a good idea of where to start for sure. Not only were we exposed to so many things we’ll come across in everyday practice, we also were taught how to improvise and think outside the box.”