Julaine Hunter, DVM
25 April 2014
Last summer LazyPaw Animal Hospitals was lucky to have not only one but two veterinary students elect to spend their summer working in our Frisco hospital. These two exceptional individuals are students at Oklahoma State University, Center for Veterinary Health Sciences in Stillwater. This past fall both elected to leave us and to return classes. (I guess this is not too surprising given the amount of dedicated time, emotion and money expended getting to where they are today.) What is amazing is that despite their jam packed schedules both have continued their relationship through correspondence and visits to our hospital during school breaks. And they had yet another surprise in store! A few months ago Dr. Bilhartz and I received an invitation to participate in a very special ceremony to be held at the Center for Veterinary Health Sciences for the Class of 2015 on Friday, April 25, 2014 in the Stillwater community center, a White Coat Transition Ceremony. This tradition, started at OSU’s Veterinary College in 2006, marks the beginning of clinical rotations and memorializes the critical step forward third-year veterinary students make when transitioning to their fourth your clinical rotations.