Beard-Navasota Veterinary Hospital, Don Goodman, DVM

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Don Goodman, DVM, discusses how the Beard-Navasota Veterinary Hospital has learned to adapt to change to remain successful for its Texas clients.



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Shelia Kimmey Pavlock    
Tx  |  October, 10, 2012 at 02:03 PM

Hi Donnie, been a long time. It was about 1970 the last time i saw you and your brothers! I am really proud of you. So gald you are doing good. I heard about Bill, Sorry! I really liked him. He was a good friend. I have a Rhodesian Ridgeback! His name is Reagan, and thats my boy! I can't beileve you became a vet. I was going for the same thing! But Donnie i can't stand when a dog is crying. When i go to the Vets office and dogs starts crying i have to get out fast. So i go outside. And no its not funny! Its really makes me cry or i get sick!!!! Well i'm jumping all over the place. I just went over what i wrote. lol Let me know if you get this? Your friend Shelia Pavlock

seth james    
United States  |  October, 15, 2012 at 11:55 PM

I am a vet assistant student at pima medical institute in houston wondering if you offer internships.