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New Logo

A few years ago, when I was first putting together Aquatic Veterinary Services, I approached a local Santa Cruz artist about coming up with a logo for my company. I have some limited artistic talent, but not enough to develop a logo that I would be happy with. My very first logo looked like this: […]

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The Conundrum Continues

So, the cliffhanger from our last post continues. Yes, the hospital is still in the works! We have chosen a property that is new construction and should be perfect for our needs! The architect is working on the proposal and the lease is off to the lawyer for review. Until the lease is officially signed, […]

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The Great Fish Hospital Conundrum

So, since it’s our slow season, my brain has started to work on some other projects. Aside from the usual marketing to vet hospitals, fish stores and club talks, new projects seem to pop up on a regular basis. The newest, and most grandiose, is the fish hospital idea. Ever since seeing a fellow fish […]

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The End of Outrigger Season

Saturday¬†marked the end of my first outrigger canoe racing season out here in California. Since March, I have been practicing 3 times a week with 5 races throughout. My first race of the season was just a short 4 mile course down in Monterey. My final race was 25 miles from Santa Cruz to the […]

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How To Breathe Underwater

Ah, the quest for the perfect book title… My current writing endeavor, the lessons I’ve learned growing up, the trials to becoming a vet and opening my own practice, along with many side twists and turns, will eventually need a title before it takes the beating along the long publication road. My current title, “How […]

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Post #1

Greetings cyberspace!¬† My name is Dr. Jessie Sanders. I am an inspiring writer and mentor. Currently, I am a fish veterinarian at Aquatic Veterinary Services of Northern California located in Santa Cruz, CA. This blog will serve as insight into the mind of someone who doesn’t take “NO” for an answer. Some of the “NO”s […]

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