Utah Veterinary Medical Association

Our Board Certified Specialist- Your Exceptionally Qualified Team Leader

Dr. Lynn McCarron has very unique qualifications for any Utah vet. She's a licensed person in the American Board of Veterinary Professionals (ABVP) in canine and feline practice. This distinction takes place by merely a couple of Utah Vets. She leads our veterinary medical team together with her unusual degree of practice expertise. Which means you can depend around the greatest standard of care available. We set our standards high to ensure that we are able to provide both you and your pets the greatest quality Care and repair In the Heart.

The American Board of Veterinary Professionals started in 1978 through the American Veterinary Medical Association to approve professionals with exceptional understanding, skill and competency within the proper care of the entire patient. Diplomats from the ABVP make a substantial dedication to ongoing education, and therefore are centered on delivering the greatest quality care integrating every facet of your pet’s health, including medical and surgical needs. To do this certification, a vet must undergo no less than six many years of veterinary practice and finish an extensive application including two situation reviews, references, explanations of practice methods, and professional education records. This really is then a comprehensive two-day examination.

2004 joint meeting of the American Association of Veterinary Parasitologists 49th Meeting, the American Society of Parasitologists 79th Meeting : in conjunction with the 141st American Veterinary Medical Association Annual Convention : DoubleTree Hotel, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 24-28, 2004.
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