Dr. Megan Sprinkle is a board-eligible veterinary nutritionist who attended Auburn University for veterinary school and the University of Missouri for her clinical nutrition residency. She worked at Royal Canin US as a teacher and consultant for 5 years before recently joining BSM Partners, a consulting group helping businesses succeed especially in the pet industry. She’s also the president-elect for the American Academy of Veterinary Nutrition.

Megan lives with her husband and Great Dane in Savannah, GA where one of her favorite things to do is to produce her podcast called Vet Life Reimagined.

In today’s free-flowing conversation, Megan and our hosts dive into:

  • Who is Dr. Megan Sprinkle?!
  • How the early obsession with dolphins led to greater things…
  • The career challenges of specializing in veterinary nutrition
  • Building value, confidence, and having an impact
  • Why start (and what drives) the Vet Life Reimagined podcast?
  • Doing what you want versus “this is what I’m supposed to do”
  • Training your mindset
  • Megan’s Impact Round!

Thank you to Megan for joining us on the show! For links to all that Megan is up to, including her podcast, check them out below:

BSM Partners: https://bsmpartners.net/

American Academy of Veterinary Nutrition (AAVN): https://aavnutrition.org/

Vet Life Reimagined YouTube page: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCf0CGUH0QmzarnRvisB6Lmg

Vet Life Reimagined on Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/vet-life-reimagined/id1617455211

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