Jessica is interested in small animal emergency medicine, mobile medicine, cardiology, and neurology, and she decided to attend WSU because of the non-tracking curriculum, cost, and the importance the program places on balancing school, work, and personal life.
Brittni Huffman recently accepted a job at the very practice she worked as a licensed veterinary technician before and during veterinary school – North Cascade Veterinary Hospital in her hometown of Sedro Woolley, Washington.
The place Cassidy Freeman loves most on the WSU Pullman campus is the same place she has worked the past three years, right inside the Small Animal Intensive Care Unit in the Veterinary Teaching Hospital.
All through high school, despite his dad’s advice, it was never Britt Dixon’s initial plan to be a veterinarian. As it would turn out, his dad was right. Last month Britt accepted an equine surgery and sports medicine internship at Texas Equine Hospital in Bryan, Texas.
With interests in equine and ag animals, third-year veterinary student Jessica Horan is passionate about connecting with applicants who share similar passions. She is also excited about preparing students to enter the program, sharing her own experiences, and talking about all the program has to offer.
From Edgewood, New Mexico, Olivia Truitt is a Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE) student and will return to New Mexico for three years after earning her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at WSU.