This week our guests our David Berlin and Alexandra Bronson.
As veterinary professionals, we talk to clients all day – but in the thick of a busy day, it’s easy to forget what it’s like to be one of them. David Berlin and Alexandra Bronson, educators in the charter school system in Brooklyn, NY, join us to talk about their experience as “proud cat parents” of Audrey, who was diagnosed with diabetes mellitus in 2021.
They’ve navigated uncertainty, guilt, sadness, and Alex’s no-joke needle phobia to get Audrey into remission. Their experience helps remind all of us that there's always a full story happening across the exam table, and our role may be small, but it’s important that we play it with patience, empathy, and love.
This episode is made possible with generous support from Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health.
Find all of AAHA’s most up-to-date Guidelines, including resources for your clients and team, at aaha.org/guidelines.
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