When we hear the word "veterinarian," most of of probably think of the person who gives our dog or cat a rabies shot every year. Vets do that--and a lot more. From keeping food animals healthy, to protecting us from diseases that animals can pass to humans, to basic biological research, veterinarians are involved in a wide range of vocations. This hour we'll talk with four veterinarians working in different disciplines about their day-to-day jobs, whether it's birthing a calf, figuring out how to repair a horse tendon, or tracking avian flu. We're broadcasting this week from the campus of Cornell University, as the guests of WEOS. Tune in!
Produced by Annette Heist, Senior Producer