Speaking with heart in the vet industry

I’m passionate about using the power of public speaking to arm you with the knowledge and tools you need to embrace your part in the human-animal bond.

We are all looking to be the best pet parent and/or veterinary professional possible, and we want to make the best decisions for our pets and patients.

Dr. Rebecca Steers is here because she knows you are trying. She is too!

Dr. Steers is a veterinarian because she realized that it joins her love of animals with her passion to help people. Through her work as a small animal veterinarian and speaker, she has the chance to provide excellent patient care and education to clients, and to share her experiences to encourage and empower YOU to keep the profession moving forward!


Dr. Steers enjoys speaking to audiences throughout the veterinary industry, as well as locally. She brings the same passion to audiences big and small. See how she can add value to your next event.


Acupuncture is a helpful ancient therapy scientifically proven to help animals. If you are a veterinarian looking for new ways to care for your patients, or a pet parent interested in the benefits of acupuncture, get in touch to see how Dr. Steers can help.

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Recent Events

AVMA Convention 2021
  • A Work in Progress: Getting to the Heart of Mentorship
  • Know Your Worth: The Art of Claiming Credit and Giving Recognition
  • Making the Most of Mentorship Moments: WVLDI Panel Discussion
Fetch dvm360 May 2021 Conference
  • Diabetes Mellitus from Technicians to Clients: Part 1 & 2
  • What’s the Point? Talking to Clients about Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine
  • Hear That? Being Comfortable Marching to and Beating on Your Own Drum
Fetch dvm360 February 2021 Conference
  • Through the Door: Being a Leader In and Out of the Exam Room
AVMA Veterinary Leadership Conference 2021
  • A Luxury of Time
Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine 2020
  • Mentorship workshop: ISU CVM Faculty
  • Emotional Intelligence Leadership Styles: ISU CVM SAVMA
  • What’s Wrong with Being Confident? ISU CVM WVLDI Student Chapter
AVMA Convention 2019
  • Looking in The Mirror at Our Own Biases: Panel Discussion
  • Diversity, Authenticity and Well-being in the Veterinary Profession: Panel Discussion
AVMA Veterinary Leadership Conference 2019
  • Adaptability: Mentoring from Vet School and Beyond
St. George's University School of Veterinary Medicine 2019
  • Finding Your Path: A Career as an Army Veterinarian
Rotary Club West Palm Beach 2018
  • Fear Free Pets: What You Can Do as a Pet Own
AVMA Convention 2018
  • Stepping Up to the Plate –Accepting Your Everyday Leadership Style and Adapting it to Other Areas of Leadership
  • Finding Contentment Through Alternative Careers in Veterinary Medicine: Panel Discussion
  • Revealing Hidden Biases: How It Can Impact Our Ability to Provide Successful Veterinary Care: Panel Discussion



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