Yvonne Brandenburg

Yvonne Brandenburg
Yvonne Brandenburg
Pet Health Journal: A 6 Month Journal For Medications, Exams, & Healthy Living
Are you feeling overwhelmed trying to track your pets’ medications? Can’t remember when the next appointment is? Keep everything in one place!

Never answer questions at the vet with “I don’t remember when that was”, or “I give the white pill once a day”. Know the answer to their questions and be proactive in your pet’s health.

Track your pets’ medications, pharmacy information, veterinary appointments, and quality of life with our unique six-month journal for dogs and cats. The Pet Health Journal is a must have for owners of pets diagnosed with chronic diseases that require multiple medications, or frequent veterinary appointments.

Product Details:
• Pet information pages including insurance info, blood type, and owner contact info
• Multiple veterinarian contact info
• Track veterinary appointments and medication or treatment changes
• Monthly, Weekly, and Daily tracker of medications, health status, and quality of life

The essential journal for any pet diagnosed with chronic disease to track medications, treatments, and veterinary appointments to help pets live happier, healthier lives.

Give your pet all the care and attention they need, order your copy now!
Coming soon: Autoimmune Blood Disorders: A Pet Owner’s Guide to IMHA, IMTP, IMN, and Evans Syndrome
Livermore, California, USA
Yvonne Brandenburg, RVT, VTS (SAIM) is a Registered Veterinary Technician (RVT) in the state of California and has worked in veterinary clinics since 2003.

After working in general practice for almost seven years, Yvonne decided she wanted to challenge herself and became a teacher at Carrington College California in their veterinary technology program. She worked as a teacher for several years, as a vet tech program director for a year, and then found her way into a specialty hospital. Yvonne obtained her Veterinary Technician Specialist (VTS) designation in Small Animal Internal Medicine (SAIM) in 2016.

She has presented on subjects related to SAIM at American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine Forum in 2017, and SAGE Small Animal Symposium in 2017, 2018, and 2019.

​Yvonne continues to work closely with pet parents as their fur-babies are diagnosed with intricate diseases, to help provide the best care, and to maintain a good quality of life for both pets and their families.

If you’d like to contact Yvonne, please email her at Yvonne@InternalMedicineForPetParents.com
Small Animal Internal Medicine, Veterinary Medicine

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