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SET Real Doctor Set: What’s a Real Doctor? and What Does a Real Doctor Look Like?

These illustrated booklets show children how a doctor of veterinary medicine is just as real a doctor as a doctor of human medicine and can be of every ethnicity, race, gender, and ability.

$21.95 Member
$24.95 Nonmember

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Format: Book | Dimensions: 8x10 | Publisher: Fulton Books | Pages: 28 pages and 30 pages

"What's a Real Doctor?" fills the perceived chasm between a doctor of veterinary medicine and a doctor of human medicine at an early age. Tristan, Cooper, and Clara have a thoughtful discussion to compare both careers from a child's perspective. Their discussion, without a doubt, leaves everyone a little more confident and a little more informed on what veterinarians actually do that makes them real doctors.

In “What Does a Real Doctor Look Like?” we join Kylee and Kaylon as they discover that not only can doctors look like everyone, but they also look like them! “What Does a Real Doctor Look Like?” explores and confirms for children that doctors can be of every ethnicity, race, gender, and ability. They even have a pleasant surprise in their discovery process.

"What's a Real Doctor?" and “What Does a Real Doctor Look Like?” are also available separately.

About the author

Dr. Cherice Roth is a graduate of Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine. Before veterinary school, she earned a Master’s Degree from the University of North Texas Health Science Center in Biochemistry. She spent time perfecting her exotic animal medicine and surgical knowledge in Australia, and upon returning to the U.S., mentored and guided veterinary assistants and DVMs in her home hospitals. She has held many roles within veterinary medicine from associate DVM, Medical Operations Support Manager all the way to Chief Veterinary Officer.

Dr. Roth has done clinical, industry and administrative work within Veterinary Medicine. She was one of the developers of the RACE approved Virtual Care University as well as MyPetDoc. Dr. Roth has remained on the cutting edge of perfecting virtual veterinary care. She is currently the Chief Veterinary Officer of Fuzzy Pet Health as well as an advisory board member for Multicultural Veterinary Medical Association (MCVMA) & Veterinary Professionals Instilling Black Excellence (VIBE).