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Allyson intends to become a Veterinarian. After getting her undergraduate degree in Animal Sciences, at UC Davis, she ultimately wants to continue her education to receive her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) and work at an emergency animal hospital.
Message from Family
Allyson, there are no words that can adequately express how proud of you we all are. Watching you grow up and become the young adult you are today has been a remarkable journey of happiness, laughter, sadness, joy, disappointments, challenges, successes, and failures. All of these have made you the incredible person you are today as you always find a way to stay positive. You know how to pick yourself up and dust yourself off when life knocks you down. This will all serve you well for your future experiences and endeavors. Finding your passion and pursuing your career goals as a Veterinarian shows your dedication and determination to follow your dreams. We know your future will be incredible; you have become a self-sufficient, passionate person who is self-reliant and dedicated to those you care about, yourself, and your future. You are an incredible daughter, sister, family member, friend, and girlfriend, always being there for a good laugh, cry, or just good advice. Your thoughtfulness for others and your dedication to animals shows your character as a passionate kindhearted person. You never back down from a challenge, and you give your all to all situations that come your way. Through the good and the not so good, you have negotiated and navigated it all with grace and integrity. You never settle; you always strive to accomplish all of your goals and aspirations. We have never had any doubt that you will “succeed”!
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