This ALL Access Vet Program Allows High School Students to Access What Only 3rd Year Veterinary Medicine Students Can Here in the U.S.
The “Big 3” are the most unique and sought after experiences an aspiring future veterinarian can have to prepare for a future in veterinary medicine. The “Big 3” are:
Gross Anatomy and Labs Up Close and Personal!
Work on and study live animals and cadavers.
View actual surgeries and discuss with the surgeon as it’s happening.
As they treat, diagnose, and rehab small and large animals, including exotic animals!
These Big 3 unique experiences are what we call “The Real Deal”.
It’s not a simulation or a stuffy lecture in a classroom. It’s not a chat with a veterinarian or vet technician or even a bus ride to a research facility somewhere.
It’s real vet medicine: up-close, hands on, personal, as it happens.
It’s why most young people who are passionate about animals and animal welfare that also want to dedicate their lives to medicine become veterinarians.
For a veterinarian, practicing this kind of medicine can be stressful, exhausting, even heartbreaking…
But ask any one of them, and they will tell you that it’s also incredibly inspiring, rewarding and challenging…
With No limits. No obstacles. No excuses…
Are you ready to embark on an experience of a lifetime and walk in the shoes of your future self as a veterinarian?
Call us today to set up a call with an Alumni and discover if FutureVets 2019 is right for you!
VIP In Attendance and on Location for 2019
Dr. Gary Richter, MS, DVM, CVA, CVC, GDVWHM is an award-winning veterinarian and expert in both conventional and holistic treatment methods.
After graduating with honors from the University of Florida with a Bachelors of Science, a Masters of Science in Veterinary Medical Science and a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Richter moved to the San Francisco Bay Area in 1998. He then began his career as a full-time emergency medicine clinician and general practitioner in Berkeley, California. Dr. Richter was the owner and medical director of
Montclair Veterinary Hospital from 2002 through 2018, and he has been the owner and medical director of Holistic Veterinary Care since 2009
Dr. Richter focuses on the integration of holistic and general practice veterinary medicine, regenerative medicine, as well as educating professionals and pet owners internationally on the benefits of integrative care. By integrating natural medicine with other conventional and alternative therapies, Dr. Richter has been able to improve the quality and quantity of life of pets living with medical conditions ranging from arthritis to inflammatory bowel disease to cancer.
Dr. Richter is a past-president of the Alameda County Veterinary Medical Association and continues to serve as the California Veterinary Medical Association’s Alameda County veterinary disaster response coordinator. His two hospitals have been the recipients of more than 20 local and national awards including “Best Veterinary Hospital,” “Best Veterinarian,” “Best Canine Therapy Facility” and “Best Alternative Medicine Provider.”
Montclair Veterinary Hospital and its associated non-profit, The Pet and Wildlife Fund, was named a “Pillar” of Oakland for years of community service helping pets and wildlife in need. In addition, Dr. Richter is an international best selling author of “The Ultimate Pet Health Guide.”