Currently Available Veterinarian Resumes



Name Objective City State Vet School Enter Date
Wrenn Calcutt  I am a 2021 graduate seeking a position as an associate veterinarian in a food animal practice. My goals are to find a collaborative environment with 3-4 practitioners seeing a caseload of 70-100% farm animal species. The past 2 years I have been in ambulatory private practice working with cattle, goats, sheep, and some swine and camelids. My practice experience so far has given me a foundation of basic case exposure/work up and client communication. I am looking for a practice ready to help me continue refining and improving my skills as I branch into my particular interests: Developing general surgical skills, bovine palpation/ultrasound technique, sick case work up and treatment protocol development. I am friendly, work well with team members, and learn quickly how to best apply my skills in a variety of challenges. I look forward to learning about practices seeking their next associate  Fredericksburg  VA  VMRCVM  5/11/2023 
Emily Dirr  My name is Emily Dirr, and I am a third-year Large Animal Internal Medicine Resident with a focus on food animal species. As a large animal internal medicine resident with additional graduate education, I bring a diverse array of methods of treating patients both at the individual and herd level. My primary interest lies in neonatal bovine medicine and critical care, but I enjoy seeing a variety of species and conditions. To your practice, I bring strengths in ruminant medicine, critical care, lameness evaluation/treatment, and soft tissue surgery. In addition, I hold skills in routine preventive care for both small and large animal patients. During my internship and residency, I have been afforded many opportunities to teach students, interns, and support staff both in clinical as well as didactic settings. Building a strong team with my colleagues, support staff, and clients is a core value that I continue to refine. Ideally, I would like to practice in central or southern Iowa, seeing predominantly food animal species. Thank you for your consideration!  Ames  IA  Ohio State  4/11/2023 
Marta Pulfer  Howdy! I am currently a 3rd year veterinary student at Texas A&M University and will be graduating in May 2024. My background and passions are in the dairy industry. I am interested in joining a production animal exclusive and/or dairy-predominant practice that works with progressive herds. New technology and data management within this field excite me, and I would love to join a team that looks to leverage its use to improve their clients’ operations. I have little preference on location, but I would love an area with outdoor recreation opportunities. Thank you for your consideration, and please don’t hesitate to reach out to me over the next year.  Bryan  TX  Texas A&M University  3/7/2023 
Ian Woodall  My desire is to own my own large animal practice while providing quality medicine for my community. My hopes and aspiration as a veterinarian are to provide leadership in rural areas by educating clients, practicing innovative medicine, and being a good, caring veterinarian for my patients and owners along with establishing lifelong friendships. I believe that the right job with the correct mentorship is an important stepping stone to reaching these goals. I believe that my lifelong experience in large animal medicine, my communication skills, and my work ethic allows me to be “born for this job.” As long as I can remember, I have been around cattle and horses. Growing up on a 200 head of registered Black Angus farm has given me the tools and knowledge needed to know what is important for producers as well as safely handle cattle for their own wellbeing and others around. Duties on the farm included: castrations, vaccinations, artificial insemination, identifying and treating sick animals, record keeping and processing newborns, and assisting with breeding soundness exams. All these things such as managing a farm included driving tractors, fixing machinery, feeding livestock, and fencing. My father Dr. David Woodall has owned a Large Animal clinic serving Southern Kentucky and Northern Tennessee for over 28 years. From a young boy all the way through college I have worked at this clinic. During my time there I have assisted in emergency care after hours, wound care, surgical procedures, and in hospital treatment and husbandry for equine and bovine patients. Over my time I have learned how to do call-backs to owners, discuss the financial aspects of treatments with clients, and facilitate the communication between doctors and clients as well. In my breaks from school, I have taken it upon myself to do many externships to experience how other clinics work to push my perspective. I have spent time with Dr. Jon Park at Park Equine, Weatherford Equine in Weatherford, Texas, and Countryside Veterinary Services in Greely, Colorado. I believe that each one of these experiences has added to my skills and focus on becoming a Large Animal Veterinarian.   Quality  Kentucky  Auburn College of Veterinary Medicine  1/31/2023 
Mackenzie Holmes  Hello! My name is Mackenzie Holmes and I am a current VM4 at the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine. I will graduate at the end of May of this year (2023) and seek an associate position at a food-animal or mixed-animal practice. My passions include all ruminants, but most of my experiences have been in dairy and beef cattle. I grew up on a small beef cattle operation in central Florida and went to undergrad at the University of Florida. Here, I fell in love with dairy production and worked at the university dairy farm for 3 years. I took additional dairy-centered electives and was a member of the dairy club. While in veterinary school, I have used most of my off-campus opportunities to gain experiences in herd health and dairy management, and get more confident at transrectal palpation. Since I'm from Florida and currently live in Missouri, I am willing to go anywhere for work! At this time, I think I would prefer somewhere east/northeast, but am open to anything. My ideal place to call home would be somewhere rich in mentorship and community involvement. Please contact me by email if you have any further questions!   COLUMBIA  MO  University of Missouri  1/26/2023 
Katlyn Harris  Hi! My name is Katlyn Harris, and I am a currently a 4th year veterinary student. I have a strong interest in theriogenology, specifically beef and equine. I am looking for a practice that has a heavy beef cattle percentage, but I am open to mixed animal practices. I am open to moving from Mississippi, I currently have no preference on places to live. Thank you for your time and I look forward to hearing from you!  Starkville  MS  Mississippi State CVM  7/21/2022