Start aquatic veterinary practice: A resource list

Start aquatic veterinary practice: A resource list

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Dec 01, 2010
By dvm360.com staff

Unless you specialized in aquatic medicine in veterinary school, you'll also need to take a variety of short courses on fish health, to develop a solid understanding of how water quality affects fish health, including the nitrogen cycle. Classes also allow you to connect with other fish doctors for support and encouragement.

Find links to continuing education and resources from the schools and agencies below at dvm360.com/aquaticadvice:

> AquaVetMed.info

> North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine

> University of California-Davis

> University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine aquatic animal health program

> University of Wisconsin Fish Health Medicine Certificate Program

> World Aquatic Veterinary Medical Association

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