Madeline Ederer, LVT, RVT, VTS (IM-Oncology)
Madeline Ederer's Credentials
Associates Degree in Veterinary Technology, Western Career College
About Madeline Ederer
Madeline Ederer has been in the field of veterinary medicine for 17 years, focusing on oncology for 12 years. In 2009 she received her associate’s degree in veterinary technology in California while she worked for a wildlife rehabilitation center.
In 2010 she moved to Georgia, where she discovered her love for veterinary oncology working as a radiation oncology veterinary technician for the University of Georgia Veterinary Teaching Hospital.
Madeline received her veterinary technician specialty in oncology in 2017 and has since dedicated herself to educating the next generation of veterinary professionals.
In Madeline’s spare time she can be found outdoors with her own menagerie of animals, fostering and teaching others how to love and respect all creatures.
Rori was my first dog, and my heart dog. I still remember the day I adopted her from the shelter. She had a ‘discount’ adoption fee because she had lived there so long. Just another black dog that was overlooked by so many.
When I put her in my truck she crawled into my lap and just shook, terrified of what was to come next. Within a few weeks, however, she was a different dog.
I couldn’t believe what a beautiful, adventurous, and mischievous soul she had.
Rori was a great teacher to my numerous foster dogs and saved many pets’ lives by being a blood donor for 9 years.
She loved the water; you could not keep her out of the kiddie pool and horse troughs in the hot Georgia summers.
Rori was always up for an adventure and helped motivate me to always strive for the best while keeping a smile on my face.
I will forever feel grateful for my sweet black lab Rori.