Dr. Joel Robertson is a distinguished Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) with a passion for both small and large animal surgery, internal medicine, diagnostic imaging, anesthesiology, and laboratory procedures.
Her dedication to animal health care extends beyond the clinic, as she also serves as a veterinarian checker and fact-checker for articles on the Pet-How.com blog.
Dr. Robertson completed her veterinary studies at Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine, one of the most prestigious institutions in the field.
There, she acquired a comprehensive education that laid a solid foundation for her career in veterinary medicine.
Her studies encompassed a wide range of subjects, from small and large animal surgery to internal medicine, diagnostic imaging, anesthesiology, and laboratory procedures.
Dr. Robertson’s commitment to professional growth and excellence is reflected in her numerous certifications.
These not only validate her expertise in various areas of veterinary medicine but also demonstrate her dedication to staying at the forefront of advancements in the field.
Details of her specific certifications will be added as they become available.
Upon completing her education, Dr. Robertson embarked on her journey as a professional veterinarian.
She has spent years honing her skills and expanding her knowledge in various aspects of veterinary medicine.
Her expertise lies in small and large animal surgery, internal medicine, diagnostic imaging, anesthesiology, and laboratory procedures.
Role at Pet-How.com
Today, Dr. Robertson contributes to the wider pet-owning community through her role at Pet-How.com.
As a veterinarian checker and fact-checker, she ensures the accuracy and reliability of the information shared on the blog.
Her meticulous attention to detail and commitment to providing reliable information make her an invaluable asset to the Pet-How.com team.
Dr. Robertson’s unique blend of practical experience and rigorous academic training positions her perfectly to contribute to the advancement of veterinary medicine, both in the clinic and online.