As a young girl helping her father in his veterinarian practice, the word "disgusting" wasn't in Sara Theoharis' vocabulary.
Things that might have turned another person's stomach didn't faze her.
"I remember being 12 years old and picking maggots out of a dog," she said. "Kind of sick, isn't it?"
But a young Theoharis didn't think so. Her dad's Overton clinic was a source of fascination — not because of the cuddly animals, but rather the exposure to anatomy, diseases and medicines.