A good vet is crucial if your dog is to lead a happy, healthy and long life. The best vets are compassionate, knowledgeable, honest and trustworthy. Even after the billion questions clients bombard them with, they are endlessly patient with us.
To raise global awareness and celebrate the tireless work they do for us and our pets, Saturday 30th April 2016 is World Veterinary Day. This year’s theme is “Continuing Education with a One Health Focus”.
At DogBuddy, we’re always striving to provide advice about dog care and health, and often partner up with professionals in order to educate our community.
Check out our interviews with the team at Medivet and TV vet Marc Abraham below.
VIDEO: Puppy care tips from a Head Veterinary Nurse
Head Nurse Katie Shine answers your top ten questions on how to care for a puppy in this video:
INTERVIEW: What’s it like to be a Veterinary Surgeon?
We asked Catherine Wilkinson, Branch Partner and Veterinary Surgeon at Medivet in Middlesex a few questions on what a typical day is like for a vet. Click here to read…
VIDEO: Marc the Vet Talks about puppy farm rescue
In this exclusive interview, Marc Abraham talks to us about:
- puppy farming and what we can do to help
- concerns over puppy farm rescue
- questions arising on having enough time to own a dog, and
- home dog boarding
VIDEO: Veterinary Surgeon Q&A 1 of 3
Vet Surgeon and Partner, Sarah Baig, answers your questions on dog food and obesity. Click here to watch the video.
VIDEO: Veterinary Surgeon Q&A 2 of 3
Vet Surgeon and Partner, Sarah Baig, answers your questions on vaccinations and canine dentistry. Click here to watch the video.
VIDEO: Veterinary Surgeon Q&A 3 of 3
Vet Surgeon and Partner, Sarah Baig, answers your questions on dog baths, why dogs eat poo and if your dog can make you sick. Click here to watch the video.
If you’ve got any dog-related questions you’d like answering by the professionals let us know by commenting below.