Vet nurses and vet techs can probably relate to this scenario. The dog has just completed its' surgery and it is in recovery. You are on your hands and knees with your head in the cage trying to get its temperature, heart rate and respiration rate. MeasureON may be the answer to your prayers!
Animal physiotherapy (Animal physical therapy) is becoming mainstream for treating animals now. We talk to Sarah Cruickshank, an animal physiotherapist from Auckland New Zealand.
Euthanasia of a loved pet is unfortunately something that a lot of pet owners have to face. How do you know when the time is right, and what can be expected when the decision is made? Please note that this podcast contains details that some people may find disturbing. Please use discretion.
There has been so much technological change in the world over the past few decades. The veterinary profession has not been immune to these changes so what progress have we made, where are we now and where are we heading? This episode we talk to Shawn Wilkie, co-presenter of The Veterinary Innovation Podcast.
There is no sugar coating it, Covid-19 is causing major issues worldwide both to human health and peoples livelyhoods. A lot of buisnesses have been able to turn off the lights, close the doors and self isolate. Not quite that easy for zoos, you cannot really turn the animals off. How are zoos faring at the moment?
- Are zoos still open?
- What has happened to the staff?
- Is the virus found in zoo animals?
- Can non-human primates contract the
- How safe is it to visit a zoo?
All these questions and more are answered by zoo veterinarian Sarah Jayne from Marwell Zoo in England
The veterinary profession has changed (along with the rest of the world)! We talk to 3 vets from different parts of the world about how they are working with your pets under Covid-19.
There really is only one topic on everybody’s mind at the moment. Covid-19. The question of whether you can catch the virus from your pet is still being asked. We present the latest information and is your pet “prepared” if you have to leave it in a hurry? Please everybody, keep safe.