Sarah J. Wooten, DVM
Dr. Sarah Wooten graduated from UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine in 2002. A member of the American Society of Veterinary Journalists, Dr. Wooten divides her professional time between private practice at Sheep Draw Veterinary Hospital in Greeley, Colorado, and writing articles and filming video content for various media outlets. A 'veterinarian in the trenches', she's passionate about bringing the associate's voice to the table, and speaks on leadership and practice management. In addition to her adventures in veterinary medicine, she also owns a tea tavern. She enjoys camping with her family, skiing, SCUBA, and running.
VETERINARY ECONOMICS - Apr 24, 2017
Twenty-year-old me was a strung-out vet med student who would come to learn five great life lessons after she graduated. And they’re lessons every veterinary professional should hold close.
VETERINARY ECONOMICS - Apr 20, 2017
These mites cause hair loss, red skin, scabbing and lots of itching and scratching for your veterinary clients' dogs. Tell 'em all about it with this PDF handout.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Apr 19, 2017
Score a touchdown with veterinary clients by getting affected dogs back safely on all fours with less monetary investment.
VETERINARY ECONOMICS - Mar 28, 2017
Percolation—save it for your coffee, not for tooth fractures.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Mar 28, 2017
Don’t feel bad if you’re not sure, veterinarians. Tick-borne disease is a pain, says this CVC educator, and nobody really feels like they know what they’re doing. Now dive in for his crash course to get over that hump …
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Mar 24, 2017
Join veterinary radiologist Dr. Kathy Spaulding on an ultrasonic tour of the intestinal tract and see which findings might indicate disease.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Mar 23, 2017
Dr. Barden Greenfield can help you turn the tragedy of this particularly difficult extraction into a triumphant victory.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Mar 22, 2017
You ‘mite’ as well read up, because veterinary dermatologist Dr. Allison Kirby says a lot has changed in the past six years.
VETTED - Mar 15, 2017
As members of a giving profession, veterinarians sometimes struggle to learn that dirty little word: no.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Mar 15, 2017
That dreaded moment when you peer into a patient's mouth and see what might be a tumor. Have the following questions been on the tip of your tongue? We've got the answers from veterinary oncologist Dr. Laura Garrett.
VETTED - Mar 10, 2017
Conjunctivitis has a number of causes but generally presents with the same set of clinical signs. Veterinary ophthalmologist Amy Hunkeler helps you get to the root of the madness and soothe your patients' irritation.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Feb 21, 2017
According to CVC speaker and expert Dr. Chen Gilor, veterinarians should be screening more patients for hypoadrenocorticism or risk missing a diagnosis.
DVM360 MAGAZINE - Feb 01, 2017
Are these clinical-focused tools at your fingertips handy, or should you even bother?
FIRSTLINE - Jan 19, 2017
A pet owner coddles her kitty ... to the point of hysteria.