Jean Laird stopped by BVTM Monday morning for our Pet Talk Segment. She was joined by "Vonn", a pit bull who was a burn victim.
He narrowly escaped death last year when he was set on fire and left for dead.
It took a group of Veterinary specialists provide around the clock car for Vonn. He is now being treated the same as a human burn victim.
The Texas A&M Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital has over 70 small animal and over 30 large animal veterinary technicians.
The technicians are similar to human nurses.
They play a vital role in the education and hands on experience necessary to the success of our 100+ veterinary students each year.
|MONDAY, DECEMBER 2|
|Brenda Van DeWalle - Christmas on the Square|
|Jane Van Valkenburg - Brazos Valley Chorale Holiday Concert|
|Anne Black - MSC OPAS presents Michael Martin Murphey's Cowboy Christmas|
|Reason to Smile - Send in Your Smiles|
|TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3|
|Amber Collier & Dr. Erin Sandoval - Portraits with Santa|
|WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4|
|Stage Center - Inspecting Carol|
|George Bush Presidential Library|
|Congressman Bill Flores|
|THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5|
|Camilla Godfrey - Santaville in Somerville|
|Glenn Jones - Pathway of Light|
|From the Ground Up - Click Here for Stories|
|Half Price Thursday - Click Here for Deals|
|FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6|
|Justina Ottea - Brazos Valley Community Band|
|Melanie Fuller - Brazos County Expo|
|Jayla Fry - Click for Weekend Gardener|
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