Posts tagged with "rescue"

Please Join Us This Saturday for the Breeder’s Cup and Unwanted Horse Awareness Event!

Please join us this Saturday, November 5th from noon to 7 pm at the Woodcellar in Evergreen to enjoy the Breeder’s Cup races, learn to play the ponies, enjoy drink specials, and learn how YOU can help the Unwanted animals of the world, including the 2,000 horses a week sent to slaughter. Hope to see you!

Your Positive Dog Business: Getting more!”

Thank you for taking good care of me!

Thank you for taking good care of me!

No matter if you own a positive (boarding, training, rescue, etc.) dog business, work for one, or dream of owning one in the future, join us for a chat time interview on the Facebook Group Positive Pet Advise on March 8th, 2015, 2 pm MST, with DrQ, Life Coach for People with Pets. Learn the perfect way to describe your business, and how to partner with your local vet, pet stores, and others, to help promote and grow your business.  This is for people who put their clients and their pets first,  realizing that the way to success, is through serving our clients with professionalism, compassion, and in the most authentic way possible, while striving to never stop learning.

DrQ achieves CertAqV designation!

I am so excited, and blessed,  to share with you today  that I am the 21st person in the world, to achieve this designation!  This accomplishment comes after 8 years of applying myself to aquatic animal medicine, when I was not applying myself to many other things (such as caring for patients, keeping up with holistic  and behavior medicine, and caring for my family).  Although only 20 other people have achieved this designation so far,  in the future I know there will be many, many more, and hopefully some who accomplish it more quickly than me! This is all great news for fish medicine, since fish deserve to be treated like “regular” veterinary patients, too.

What it means is a worldwide program which identifies 9 core competency or subject matter areas needed to practice aquatic veterinary medicine, and recognizes those veterinarians that have acquired the necessary knowledge, skills and experience from a variety of sources (academic courses, CEPD, self-study, etc), to fulfill those competencies.  Applicants work with a mentor and have 2 years to provide evidence of basic understanding and competency in the 9 core subject areas.  After evaluated and approved, candidates will be entitled to use the “CertAqV” honorific to identify their competency.

Thanks for taking a moment out of your day to help me celebrate the achievement! And for those of you whom I have given lots of free advice over the years, and you would like to pay it forward, please take another moment to check out the updated #Reqranch page on my website.  Thanks in advance to those who do, and may your day end even better than you could possibly imagine! http://drquesten.com/our-charitys/