One Veterinarian's Adventures in Turkey

What is it like to practice veterinary medicine in Turkey? Dr. Phil Zeltzman shares some of his photos from his recent trip.

Originally published in the February 2015 issue of Veterinary Practice News

Istanbul is an unusual and exotic city. The metropolis stretches over two continents, 3 percent of it in Europe and 97 percent in Asia.

I was fortunate enough to lecture at the First International Veterinary Conference in Istanbul. During the trip, I also traveled to Bursa, the former capital of the Ottoman Empire, located four hours South of Istanbul.

I was also able to visit with several colleagues in private practice, a rescue organizations and veterinary schools.

Here are photos and impressions I brought back from this amazing trip. 

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