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Thanks for reading. I promise you won’t be disappointed. My name is Heath McNutt. I am a father of three amazing daughters. (Emily, Rachel and Sara) Husband to a beautiful wife, Amanda and a companion animal veterinarian practicing in Rutland and Ludlow Vermont. While this blog is based on my career as a veterinarian, you are going to find posts about a variety of topics. I’m interested in almost everything.

This isn’t my first blog. I have been writing an educational blog about veterinary medicine since Summer of 2010. You can find it here: A Vet’s View

While I enjoyed writing that blog, there were several things about it I couldn’t improve in that format. Mostly, it was that it was meant to be an educational blog and so I didn’t get a chance to use it to tell any stories. My job provides some pretty awesome stories. It also kept me on a single topic, this profession carries over so many different aspects of life I feel like focusing on just the diseases, treatments and preventative measures when it comes to animal health paints a narrow picture. Finally, it kept me a little flat, I wrote in a professional educational tone. While that makes sense in that setting, it is not necessarily who I am.

If you are looking for educational posts about veterinary medicine: A Vet’s View is still up, I also like and use Veterinary Partner quite frequently and finally both the AVMA and AAHA have wonderful client education sections.

This blog is going to be more about communicating openly with as many people as are interested in getting the perspective of a guy who juggles being a father, husband, veterinarian and having some semblance of self identity at the same time. If that sounds interesting to you that’s awesome. Please continue on. If it does not sound interesting to you, fortunately for you the internet is a big place.

If you don’t know where to begin. Check out the Table of Contents for all of my posts to date.

Thanks for reading.

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4 thoughts on “Start Here

  1. ThiS looks like a very good thing for you to do! I love it when professional people I know, and others, step outside their box, or traditional role and explore, to the benefit of us, their clients and friends.

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