Dr. Haug is a frequent speaker at veterinary and behavior conferences and writes for a number of industry publications. She currently sees behavior cases at Texas Veterinary Behavior Services in Sugar Land, Texas, and has a special interest in neurobiology, learning principles, and pharmacology.
Dr. Sjeklocha has served on the Board of Directors for the Academy of Veterinary Consultants (AVC) and is a past President of that organization. Dr. Sjeklocha has also served as a member of the Board of Directors for the Professional Animal Auditors Certification Organization and the Animal Agriculture Alliance.
Dr. Hendrickson’s primary clinical interests are in Equine Wound Care and Minimally Invasive Surgery and has spoken nationally and internationally on both subjects. He recently completed the 4th Edition of Turner and McIlwraith’s Large Animal Surgical Techniques.
Rhonda began working as a veterinary technician, and not long thereafter, a veterinary practice manager. She is now the owner of Dog Days Consulting, helping various veterinary organizations with social media training, marketing, and online presence to encourage revenue growth and outreach.
Following her board-certification in veterinary nutrition, Dr. Bullen created the Clinical Nutrition Service at the Veterinary Specialty Hospital of the Carolinas and has been working there since. Dr. Bullen is particularly interested in clinical nutrition application, specifically: critical care, multi-disease state, and assisted feeding.
Emily Shiver is a certified veterinary practice manager, certified compassion fatigue professional, and a certified veterinary business leader. Emily’s passion is creating and maintaining positive, successful workplace cultures as well as helping practices increase revenue and the client experience.