make Vet Answers my homepage

Welcome to the Vetanswers Blog

Welcome to the Vetanswers Blog where you'll find a range of posts of interest to everyone who works in the veterinary industry.

Guest Bloggers - We want YOU!

If you work in a veterinary practice or in the pet industry or in a business that supplies goods or services to the industry and you have something to say - why not become a 'Guest Blogger'?

For more information click here to read our: 

Guidelines for Guest Bloggers


< Prev   1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11   Next >Show 10 20 50 709 Results

AVA Media Release: Understanding the factors behind vet suicide

Posted in Our Community at 28 May, 2020

AVA Media Release: Following last night's SBS Insight special discussing suicide and mental health in the veterinary profession, the Australian Veterinary Association (AVA) is calling for greater public awareness of the pressures faced by vete...

> more

Posted by AVA Media Release

The Evolution of Client Care in Veterinary Practices - 2020 and Beyond

What next - The evolution of veterinary care
Posted in Guest Blogger at 28 May, 2020

We're all in this together.... Great! Except that it doesn't always feel like that. When you work in an industry that's emotive by nature and alternately full of joy and heartbreak, the sudden absence of physical touch can have the potential to create a...

> more

Posted by Donna Robson, Director Waggy Dog Veterinary Sales & Marketing

What's next for veterinary practices & the industry in general?

Whats Next For The Veterinary Industry Dr Anne Fawcett Red
Posted in Our Community at 21 May, 2020

I think our profession in general, like everyone else, was blindsided by the pandemic. When I graduated, post SARs-COV-1 and under the spectre of Avian Influenza, there was a lot of discussion about pandemics, but it kind of died (except among the public...

> more

Posted by Dr Anne Fawcett

It’s ok to be a bit hard on yourself, but…

Its Ok To Be A Bit Hard On Yourself But
Posted in Guest Blogger at 14 May, 2020

Being a bit hard on yourself is ok as long as you&re also kind to yourself...and patient! I watched the frustration grow on her face as she struggled to lift the ovary far enough out of the abdomen to get a clamp behind it. We were all sweating in the st...

> more

Posted by Dr Hubert Hiemstra

Tips for veterinary clients on how to successfully & happily live with an incontinent pet

Tips For Veterinary Clients To Successfully Happily Live With An Incontinent Pet 1
Posted in Client Service at 07 May, 2020

Over my years as a veterinary nurse, a very common issue for our clients with their pets (usually but not always, dogs) was incontinence, and not automatically related to age. It is a known, albeit not necessarily common, side effect of desexing in female...

> more

Posted by Gillian Shippen, Director Pets Need A Life Too
< Prev   1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11   Next >Show 10 20 50 709 Results

Blog Categories


Recent Blog Entries

follow us on twitter