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2019 AKC/AKC CHF/TF Companion Animal Residency Program
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Congratulations to the 2019 theriogenology resident.



Jamie M. Douglas, DVM

Auburn University, College of Veterinary Medicine

Dr. Jamie M. Douglas received her DVM from Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2014 and her master's degree in animal science (focus: reproduction) from Southern Illinois University Carbondale's College of Agricultural Sciences in 2015. She returned to Michigan State University to complete a veterinary anesthesia internship in 2015. Dr. Douglas went on to hold a post-doctoral position with the Richard M. Schubot Parrot Wellness and Welfare program housed at the University of California, Davis' School of Veterinary Medicine studying avian welfare and analgesics. Her future goals include holding a teaching position in a veterinary program, continuing to improve animal health through veterinary research, and providing services in the field of theriogenology to aid and improve reproductive performance in companion animals. She is the proud owner of three dogs, two Boston Terriers and what can only be described as a yeti (note: the yeti is a familial term and not in any way a breed recognized by the AKC).

Thoughts regarding the AKC/AKC CHF/TF Theriogenology Residency Program: I am so very grateful to have been selected for this training opportunity in the fields of canine health, canine futures, and research. Besides specializing in a field that I have always respected, I am afforded the opportunity to work alongside exceptional mentors at Auburn University thanks to the generosity of the AKC. An added bonus: I get to provide service, support, and give back to dogs, their owners, the Canine Performance athletes, and students each and every day.

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