Hilal Dogan, BVSc
Hilal Dogan, BVSc, is an associate at At Home Animal Hospital in Maui, Hawaii. She started the Veterinary Confessionals Project as a senior veterinary student at Massey University in New Zealand.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Apr 20, 2017
You have to have a solid understanding of the basics—and what’s normal—before you can leap to abnormal, says Dr. Barden Greenfield.
VETERINARY ECONOMICS - Feb 24, 2017
From “Time is money” to “Money can’t buy happiness,” here are some huge money-centered myths that I believe veterinary associates should cash out soon.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Jan 25, 2017
If pets in your veterinary clinic are plagued by plaque, take a moment to review Dr. Barden Greenfield’s advice on pockets, probing and why you should always keep a backup scaler tip.
VETTED - Nov 09, 2016
To my veterinary clients. And I don't feel bad about it.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Nov 02, 2016
You’ve done these surgeries a million times (slight exaggeration). But you’ll likely glean something new from this veterinary practitioner’s take on the updated spay and neuter guidelines.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Aug 05, 2016
OK, so you're not much of a party animal? No worries. Dr. Rachel Pollard offers some friendly radiology tips for life in the ER.
VETTED - Jul 18, 2016
"One does not simply walk" fearlessly through life. Dr. Hilal Dogan knew that FOR SURE in the case of her early fear of surgery.
VETTED - Jun 28, 2016
We talk to the force behind veterinary medicine's most powerful human interest project yet (and yes, you read that right). Meet the Vet Confessionals Project founder and find out how the project grew into a nationwide phenomenon.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Apr 18, 2016
Practical pointers from a hands-on course on performing common gastrointestinal surgeries.
VETERINARY MEDICINE - Feb 22, 2016
Don't panic. Dr. Garret P's Guide to ER Life-Saving Procedures will provide answers to the ultimate question: How to perform CPR like a pro.
VETERINARY ECONOMICS - Jan 25, 2016
Vet Confessionals Project founder Dr. Hilal Dogan reflects on criticism that veterinarians are a sad, sorry group.
dvm360.com - Dec 02, 2015
Frustration with the "people" part of veterinary medicine is inevitable, and sometimes we've all gotta vent. But what happens when it's not just venting—and feeling this way starts to affect your career as a veterinarian?