“Dedicated to the preservation of the Doberman Pinscher breed and its standard.”
Purpose: To educate and expose veterinary students in their 3-4th year to the art of breed standard ear cropping at the highest level of veterinary anesthesia and analgesic care.
Requirements: Veterinary student in good standing in their third or fourth year of their veterinary education. Successful candidates must submit completed application, transcripts, and two letters of reference to the DPCA Education Committee’s Veterinary advisory subcommittee.
Application should be submitted at least 90 days before scheduled externship with DPCA member veterinarian who has agreed to provide a clinical rotation at their clinic.
Students will arrange their externship through the VATF and Education Committee of the DPCA.
Kay Backues, DVM, email@example.com
Gwen Myers, DVM, firstname.lastname@example.org
Description: A two-week minimum externship opportunity to work with veterinarians who perform show quality and breed standard ear crops. Students will be exposed to the surgical, anesthetic, and analgesic considerations required for this procedure. Safe and state of the art anesthesia and analgesia will be emphasized. Students will be exposed to needs for good patient after care, healing and posting for final aesthetic outcome. The standard for the Doberman Pinscher breed will be emphasized but other breeds may also be seen as patients to provide as many opportunities to observe the procedure as possible for veterinary extern students.