The Case of the Missing Vets


The following sources were used to gather information for this website:
  • Ferguson, Wes, and Camille Wheeler. "Emergency Call: Texas grappling with critical shortage of rural veterinarians." Texas Co-op Power Magazine. January 2011.
  • Taschler, Joe. "Country faces shortage of large-animal veterinarians." JSonline: Milwaukee Wisconsin Journal Sentinel. April 11,2009.
  • World Health Organization. "Zoonoses and veterinary public health (VPH)." March 14, 2011.
  • Whitcomb, Rachael. "Rural veterinarian shortage caused by retention issues, not attraction." D.V.M.360. April 16, 2010
  • A.V.M.A. "How you can help solve the critical shortage of food animal veterinarians." Accessed April 26, 2011.
  • A.M.V.A."Why is food service veterinary medicine (FSVM) important?". Accessed April 28, 2011.
  • B.L.S. "Occupational handbook outlook, 2010-11 edition: veterinarians". Accessed April 28, 2011.
  • World veterinary year. "About vet2011: the concept". March 14, 2011.
  • Dr.Holly Poremski. Texas animal health commission (T.A.H.C.). Austin, Texas. March, 2011, interview
  • Dr. Suzanne Burnham. Texas Department of State Health Services  (D.S.H.S.). Austin, Texas. March, 2011, interview.
  • Dr. Devony Wingo. Elgin Veterinary Hospital. Elgin, Texas. May, 2011, interview.
  • United States Department of Agriculture (U.S.D.A.). "Career Opportunities: Veterinary Opportunities".
  • Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. "Livestock Sector Brief". April 2005.

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