Other Technical Writings

Other Technical Writings

  1. Infectious diseases affecting the Integumentary system of captive dolphins. Research paper, senior veterinary student. 1990.

  1. Griffith, C.A., R.A. Dolbeer, and P.P. Woronecki. 1989. Brown-headed cowbirds’ reaction to millet treated with sap from milkweed plants. Denver Wildl. Res. Center. Rep. No. 428. 

  1. Reddy, M.L. and C.A. Griffith. 1988. Hawaiian Monk Seal population monitoring, pup captive maintenance program, and incidental observations of the green sea turtle at Kure  Atoll, 1985. U.S. Dep. Commer., NOAA tech. Memo. NMFS, NOAA-TM-NMFS-SWFC-101. 35 p.

  1. Book Review. Blackbirds of the Americas, by Gordan H. Orians.  Explorer Magazine Summer 1987 Vol. 29 No2. Cleveland Museum of Natural History.

Carrie Griffith

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My name is Carrie Griffith. I’m a freelance writer with a love of all critters great and small. I am a published author in the Journal of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care, several wildlife papers, articles, and books. I also self-published a collection of veterinary stories called So How Was Your Day, Doc?

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As a freelance writer, I strive to provide clients with exceptional workmanship. My areas of expertise include fictional and nonfictional genres in veterinary medicine, pets, and wildlife/environmental topics.

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So How Was Your Day Doc? by Dr. Carrie A. Griffith is a must-read for anyone who loves animals. The book is a series of short vignettes by different veterinarians that are as much about the owners as their pets. Funny, sad, and heartwarming, the book is filled with evocative descriptions of veterinary practice. From Tootsie, the mischievous Lhasa Apso, to the owner who asked if her dog could have a "distemperment" shot because she was mean, you will enjoy the characters you meet in this book! 

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