Dr. Crocker is a noteworthy speaker. View her scheduled speaking events and podcasts below.
- IVECCS – September 10th-12th, 2021
- SWVS – September 23rd-25th, 2021
- NY Vet – November 4th-5th, 2021
- Fetch 360, San Diego – December 2nd-5th, 2021
- Veterinary Leadership Conference – January 6th-9th, 2022
- VMX – January 15th-19th, 2022
- SAVMA – March 11th-13th, 2022
- The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine – October 4th, 2021 (virtual)
- Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine – October 15th-17th, 2021
- University of Florida – College of Veterinary Medicine – October 20th, 21st, 2021
- University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine – October 27th, 28th, 2021
Currently offering web-based interactive talks for veterinary professionals.
Open to booking Spring veterinary school speaking engagements.
Dr. Crocker was featured on the Pawareness Podcast. Hear them discuss what it means to properly medicate pets, a few reasons why a pet owner may not be able to medicate their own animal, along with solutions for this troubling issue.
Dr. Crocker was featured on The Derm Vet Podcast. Hear them discuss when and how to refer to dermatology
Dr. Crocker went on the Thrive DVM Podcast and talked about what happens when you get the career you always dreamed of and planned for – but then you have to pivot. What it means to find your identity outside the job, and creating a life and career you are obsessed with.
Dr. Crocker on the importance of mentorship and finding the right person within the veterinary industry on NextPod.
Listen to Dr. Crocker’s interview about her #vetmedjourney on DVM Divas’ Podcast.
PART ONE: Click here to listen.
PART TWO: Click here to listen.
Listen to Dr. Crocker talk about mentoring the next generation on That Vet Life’s Podcast.
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Please note I cannot answer specific vet questions relating to your pet. Providing vet advice under these circumstances is illegal as any advice could be misleading without having a full medical history, diagnostic test results and completing a thorough physical examination.