CIOR MILCOMP
CIOR MILCOMP
CIOR MILCOMP
CIOR MILCOMP
CIOR MILCOMP
CIOR MILCOMP
CIOR MILCOMP
CIOR MILCOMP
CIOR MILCOMP
CIOR MILCOMP
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CIOR MILCOMP
Nothing brings a smile to your face like snuggling with a lion cub. “I have a unique background in that I specialize in zoo/exotic medicine. Prior to deciding to become a veterinarian, I was a zoo keeper. All of my veterinary experience prior to and after completing veterinary school was treating and caring for a traditional zoo collection,” said Capt. Christine Bui, a Veterinarian with the Army Reserve.
For Capt. Christine Bui, another day at the office, with the Broomfield Veterinary Hospital in Broomfield, Colo., isn’t what most of us, including other veterinarians can relate to. “I love the fact that my civilian education and experience can bring a whole new niche of veterinary medicine to the US Army. I thank everyone who has shaped me into the veterinarian that I am today and for the invaluable experiences I've had as a volunteer throughout my journey in becoming a veterinarian,” said Bui.
“Tammar, the lion cub the Kuwait Zoo accepted, initially presented for a left front leg lameness. On palpation you couldn't feel anything drastically abnormal, but you can see a visible lameness at a walk, trot, and run. He is now doing great! His lameness is barely visible now with no discomfort on palpation of his limb. He's growing really fast,” said Capt. Christine Bui, a Veterinarian with the Army Reserve.
88th RD hosts IPPS-A training course: One record for one Soldier in one system
88th RD hosts IPPS-A training course: One record for one Soldier in one system
88th RD hosts IPPS-A training course: One record for one Soldier in one system
88th RD hosts IPPS-A training course: One record for one Soldier in one system
Division West welcomes new III Corps Deputy Commanding General