Happy Vets. Thriving Vets. Awesome Vets. IndeVets.

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I’m a happier mom when I don’t have to struggle to find time to be with my family and therefore a happier veterinarian who is willing to give it her all at work.
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I can set my own schedule, my down time is truly my own, I can take vacations whenever I want, I leave work on time, and I can spend every holiday with my family.
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I am able to choose where I work and when. This allows me this opportunity to help support our veterinary community.
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Six months after becoming an IndeVet, I am so much happier as a person. Having a fulfilling veterinary career while living your life and taking care of yourself is, in fact, possible.
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A forever IndeVet
Having a terminal yet chronic cancer means learning to live your life WITH cancer. For the first time in a long time, I finally feel as if I’m living my life to the fullest. I’m scheduling work around my life whereas previously I was working consistently and trying to squeeze in bits of life around my work.

After a 9-year battle with cancer, forever IndeVet Dr. Debra Sapcariu passed away on April 16, 2022 surrounded by family and friends. We’ll forever be honored that Dr. Debra found balance in her time with us. You can read about her experience here.