There was a veterinary residency prior to that at University of California, but that was university-based. This had the zoo there, and I wanted it to be part, really the university to be part of it, just like any other resident. If somebody’s doing a residency in ophthalmology or surgery or whatever from the university, they have certain requirements that they have to meet, and certain publishing requirements and so on, and I wanted our resident to do the same. So yeah, that was a bit of, by that time, a different director was there, Bob Briggs was the director. And Bob, when I talked to him about it, was excited to proceed with it. And he and I, and Charlie Hoessle at the time, went down to the university and talked to the dean, and see if we could get that going, and we did. And so we started the residency there.