Jennifer Ramsey DVM, MSc
Jennifer Ramsey's Credentials
Masters of Science International Animal Welfare, Ethics, and Law, The University of Edinburgh
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, Kansas State University
Bachelor of Science Veterinary Sciences/Microbiology, Kansas State University
About Jennifer Ramsey
Dr. Jennifer Ramsey has been a clinical veterinarian for over 15 years and has had the privilege to practice in a variety of settings, including general private practice, ICU/emergency medicine, field work, disaster response, and shelter medicine.
In addition to her clinical work, Dr. Ramsey is an educator, having taught both veterinary students and veterinary technician students. A medical writer for both medical professional and lay audiences, she feels it is important to help dog owners and veterinarians be as informed as possible. A dog cancer mom several times over, she knows that excellent information helps everyone make the best decisions for canine family members.
Dr. Ramsey has just earned master’s degree in International Animal Welfare, Ethics, and Law through the University of Edinburgh. She is currently working as a relief veterinarian in the Kansas City area and plotting how to help animals affected by tourism.
When not working, she spends time with her dogs, her Arabian sport horses, trying new recipes, and traveling. She joins DogCancer.com to help us all understand the current data and form an evidence-based approach to treatment.
I didn’t intend to keep him…at least that’s what I told myself. Little did I know that I needed a stocky little fluff ball in my life.
I was finishing up a field clinic and one of my patients, a wounded eight-week-old pup, had nowhere to go. No one had claimed ownership and the team couldn’t in good conscience just turn him back out on the street. So, keeping with the clinic’s tradition of naming animals after the location they were found, the newly christened Zuni ended up packed into a cardboard cat carrier and on his way halfway across the country.
Zuni never met a person, dog, or pond he didn’t like…and no amount of snake aversion training could convince him that danger noodles were not his friends. He was always up for a run…or a nap…and appreciated both equally. Stubborn to a fault, he lived his life preferring to ask forgiveness rather than permission.
A constant loyal companion and protector of the farm, sadly his life was cut short due to complications from a brain tumor.