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In this podcast I would like to take you on a journey through all aspects of the UK surveillance system for animal health and disease. The series will include a snapshot across some of the more common UK diseases and how we survey for them. Expect special guests, Q&A sessions, disease specials and discussions about how our disease surveillance compares to other countries. I would love to hear from my listeners; if there is anything you want to hear about then please get involved! Tune in eve ...
 
The Vetpodcast. Current animal health issues discussed by veterinary professionals from around the world. From pet nutrition to looking after zoo animals to blood testing spiders to the mental toll being endured by members of the veterinary profession there is sure to be something of interest for those in the veterinary industry and pet owners alike. Find out more about us at https://beacons.ai/vetpodcast
 
Thanks for listening to Your Pets, Our Pets: a podcast by Regency. Conversations about companion animals, animal health, and the human-animal bond. It is our privilege to help honor the pets that bring so much joy and unconditional love to our lives. Regency is comprised of some of the nation’s most trusted, highly respected pet aftercare service providers. We partner directly with pet parents and veterinary clinics to offer support, guidance and reliable, compassionate care at a time when f ...
 
The objective of the Great Pets Radio is to provide listeners a forum which addresses the health and behavior of their companion animal friends. Many, if not all, issues that pet owners face each day are of a medical or behavioral nature. With Brian's experience of training over 35,000 dogs and Dr. Jim's knowledge of Veterinary Medicine, callers are treated with informative, compassionate and unparalleled advice. Great Pets Radio also focuses on pet related current events. It's one thing to ...
 
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“Without urgent action, we are heading for a post-antibiotic era, in which common infections and minor injuries can once again kill” A quote directly from The World Health Organization. This isn’t hyperbole, this is potentially our future (as if there aren’t enough other things to be concerned about!). And then we have the British Health Secretary …
 
One of the givens in this world is that things never stay the same, we are always learning and we are always improving. This is as true for the veterinary profession as it is anywhere else. The information changes are based on must come from somewhere though. Many of us will be aware of the change in recommendations as to the timing of desexing dog…
 
Tune in for a quick introduction to some of the resources produced by the APHA to give you more information about surveillance. If you want to access the GB disease surveillance dashdoards you can find them at: http://apha.defra.gov.uk/vet-gateway/surveillance/scanning/disease-dashboards.htm If you want to have a look at the reports and publication…
 
If you have been a listener of the Vetpodcast for a while you may recall an episode we recorded back in early 2021 with Dr Melissa Trupia discussing end of life decisions and treatment. In this episode we are taking the inevitable next step today and discussing euthanasia. It is a topic that perhaps isn’t discussed as often as it should because but…
 
This is the second part of our discussion on the history of veterinary medicine with Dr Bruce Vivash Jones. Bruce is a retired veterinarian, veterinary historian and author and has written what is possibly the most complete account of the history of veterinary medicine published. Bruce’s comments on the events that changed veterinary medicine, the …
 
This is the first of 2 episodes discussing the history of veterinary medicine with Dr Bruce Vivash Jones. Bruce is a retired veterinarian, veterinary historian and author and has authored what is possibly the most complete account of the history of veterinary medicine published. In this first instalment, I discuss the origins of veterinary medicine…
 
Whether you are a vet, vet nurse, RVN, allied veterinary professional or a pet owner, if there is only one episode of The Vetpodcast you ever listen to, please let it be this one. It is heart-breaking. I read with absolute despair that another of our veterinary colleagues have taken their own life – again! The statistics relating to suicide, and fo…
 
Here in New Zealand, apart from the obvious religious significance of the festival there are 2 icons that you cannot escape. Chocolate Easter eggs and raisin filled Hot Cross Buns. Unfortunately, both chocolate and grapes are potentially toxic to dogs so without pouring cold water on your festivities, what is all the fuss about?…
 
Most men of a certain age can tell you exactly where their prostate gland is. The doctor has pointed it out to them literally on more than one occasion. Male dogs can also have issues with their prostate glands, and yes, just like our human colleagues, one of our best diagnostic tools is our index finger! In this episode of The Vetpodcast I discuss…
 
Something like 16% of dogs do it. Almost 100% of humans find it disgusting. It makes me gag! I am talking about coprophagia. What is coprophagia? – Eating faeces I chat to Jess from nutritionRVN about this less than savoury behaviour. We talk about: -Is there a risk to either dogs or humans? -What causes it? -How to stop it? I would normally say si…
 
News bulletins are full of disaster stories. In the case of a disaster have you got a plan for your pet? I talk to Sue Kinsella and Alison Vaughan from RNZSPCA about “disaster preparedness”. It is as simple as: - Microchip your pets - Have a cage or crate handy - A collar and lead and perhaps a muzzle - 48 – 72 hours feed - Any medication required …
 
As a veterinarian, it is not uncommon for a pet to be presented to me on behalf of a frail older person by a friend or family member and having the forceful if not somewhat chilling statement made to me “this wee dog is all that is keeping mum alive. If the dog dies, mum will have nothing to live for, and she will probably die”. Unfortunately, and …
 
It’s the end of what has been for most of us a very trying year so rather than dive into a technical topic for this last podcast of 2021, lets listen to some of the words of wisdom (and out-takes) from our many and diverse guests over the past year or so. There are a few “did they really say that” moments and a few comments that hit the nail on the…
 
How about a treatment that circulates oxygen around the body dissolved in plasma rather than haemoglobin that diffuses oxygen into those hard to reach spots like damaged tissue with poor blood supply and deep seated infections? How useful is that! I talk to Annette McFadgen VN from Town and Country Vets in Nelson, NZ about Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy…
 
We talk again to UK exotic vet Benjamin Kennedy. This time about birds, both how to keep them and for the vets and vettechs tips and tricks to help you examine and treat them. · History of keeping birds as pets · Do they have personalities · Housing including enrichment and UV · Nutrition · How to tell if a bird is sick · Differences between indivi…
 
I have always been of two minds about veterinary programs on television. In truth, the reason I took up this wonderful profession in the first place was my love of the James Herriot books and the original television adaptation of them. Without James Herriot, who knows what I would be doing now. On the flip side, I have found myself screaming at the…
 
In this eposide of Your Pets, Our Pets podcast, Scott Buttz, President & Chief Operating Officer of Regency Pet, speaks with Coleen Ellis, Director of the International Association for Animal Hospice and Palliative Care, also known as IAAHPC. Coleen is a renowned lecturer and educator on pet end of life for both veterinarians and pet families. She’…
 
Exotic pets are becoming quite common in the world. They don’t take up much space, they don’t eat much, and you don’t have to take them for a walk every day. We catch up again with UK veterinarian Benjamin Kennedy and we discuss exotics as a pet. The first half of the podcast; we discuss the husbandry of them, and we get a little bit more clinical …
 
Tune in to find out more about how Animal Health Surveillance is organised and carried out in Northern Ireland. In this episode I am joined by Barry McInerney from AFBI to talk more about surveillance, and the pros and cons of it being handled by a devolved administration.Kirjoittanut Mary Tivey
 
Not all animals have fur, but vets can still treat them. Ever wondered what to do with a sick spider or a sluggish snail. UK veterinarian, Benjamin Kennedy discusses what veterinary science can do for invertebrates. We ask: What are invertebrates? (Note that the 7X comment is an approximation!) Do they make good pets? Do they have personalities? Sp…
 
I am working on a couple of interviews at the moment that aren't quite finished so I have delved deep into The Vetpodcast archives and pulled out a couple of short recordings that hopefully will be of interest to our pet owning listeners. How do you get the most from your visit to the veterinarian? In this episode I discuss how to prepare for your …
 
Tune in to take a tour through some of the major animal disease surveillance systems that are in place internationally to monitor global disease threats. If you like this episode then keep an eye out; I will be releasing another instalment which will concentrate more on how the UK uses these systems and how/if this will change following Brexit.…
 
Think of the microbiome as a lawn. It has weeds, requires fertilizing and it is possible to carpet bomb it killing all the good microbes if you aren’t careful. We chat with Jess from nutritionRVN about what has been referred to as the second brain, the microbiome.
 
Tune in to find out about the Surveillance for Equine Strangles Project and the important role it plays in the control of strangles in the UK horse population. The project is a really useful resource for vets in equine practice, so if you see horses as part of your work then don't miss this episode!Kirjoittanut Mary Tivey
 
Around the world, hundreds of animal welfare organizations are striving to improve the life of millions of animals that have no other access to veterinary attention. All too often, a main obstacle to providing such treatment is a lack of adequate veterinary health facilities and clinical personnel, resulting in widespread animal suffering. Vets Bey…
 
Have you heard of the VetCompass project? If you work with companion animals you may well have heard the name. In this episode I talk to Dr Dan O'Neill from the Royal Veterinary College. Dan set up VetCompass and it was fascinating to hear about the work of the project and his plans for the future. If you are interested in surveillance for companio…
 
SUMMARY In this episode of Your Pets, Our Pets podcast, Scott Buttz, President & Chief Operating Officer of Regency Pet, speaks with Kevin McAllister, Founder and Managing Partner of Access Holdings. Kevin founded Access Holding in 2013 and has more than 20 years of private equity experience. He manages and oversees all firm activities. Prior to Ac…
 
Genetic testing is now commonly used for screening for and diagnosing health issues in dogs and cats, parentage confirmation, establishing breed, identification, forensics and even help in creating new coat colors. We talk DNA testing with George Sofronidis from Orivet.
 
Tune in to hear my conversation with Ben Strugnell from Farm Post Mortems. It was great to talk to Ben about how he set up his post mortem service, the benefits of the project and the challenges he has faced along the way. If you work in farm practice or have an interest in farm animal pathology or disease surveillance then don't miss this one!…
 
The tables are turned in this episode of the Vetpodcast. Someone else asks the questions. Alex Avery is a veterinarian in the neighboring practice to my old one. In a town the size of ours, what’s the chances of us both being veterinary podcasters. Alex produces a podcast named CALL THE VET and he approached me to have a chat for his podcast so of …
 
Are you an equine vet? If you see horses as part of your job then this episode is definitely worth a listen! In the episode I talk to Fleur Whitlock from the equine epidemiology group, formerly of the Animal Health Trust. It was great to talk to Fleur about the work of the group, where they are now and their plans for the future, as well as getting…
 
Do you have an interest in wildlife health or are you a vet who sees wildlife as part of your work? If so then tune in to hear my conversation with Dr Becki Lawson from the Garden Wildlife Health Project to find out more about surveillance for disease in garden wildlife!Kirjoittanut Mary Tivey
 
When you hear the term veterinarian, what animals immediately come to mind? Chances are you will think cats, dogs, cows, horses or maybe sheep. How about bees? They are production animals, and they also have health issues. In this episode we talk bee vet Juan Molina Santiago about an area of veterinary medicine you probably didn’t even know existed…
 
In this episode we move into the world of small animal surveillance. This promises to be a really interesting listen for anyone doing companion animal work. We have Professor Alan Radford joining us today, Alan is one of the founders of the SAVSNET project and he is going to talk to us about the evolution of the project and the ways it can benefit …
 
As a veterinarian in general veterinary practice, I would occasionally get asked for advice on sick fish. Our training at Vet School on aquatic medicine was pretty sparse and when a call came in for a goldfish floating upside down or an unsightly growth on the side of a guppy, I would try to look really busy or head for the door as if I had somewhe…
 
Calling all cattle vets! If you do any cattle work then don't miss this episode. We have Professor Diana Williams from the COWS project joining us in this episode. Diana is a Veterinary Parasitologist from the University of Liverpool. We will be talking about the work of the COWS project and its contribution to parasite surveillance. Diana will als…
 
A year ago we talked to Sarah-Jayne, a vet from Marwell Zoo in the UK. We talk to her again and ask what effect the pandemic has had on the animals, conservation and the viability of zoos. We ask: • Were there any physical health issues in the animals due to covid? • What effects has lack of visitors had on zoo animals’ behavior? • Do zoo animals s…
 
This is the second of our two part episode that started with 'What can you do for Surveillance?'. Are you interested in finding out what Animal Health Surveillance can do for you? In this episode we are going to discuss exactly that. We have Fin Twomey from the APHA joining us again for this episode, and we are going to be talking about the benefit…
 
In this episode I will be talking to James Russell, President of the BVA. Tune in to hear our conversation about the importance of surveillance and the stance the BVA takes on this. We will also be discussing the information available from the BVA and the ways they are encouraging vets to get involved with surveillance.…
 
With so many options on what to feed your pet and so many people offering advice, let’s discuss pet nutrition with Jessica Joosse, @nutritionrvn , Registered Veterinary Nurse and Animal Nutritionist from Melbourne Australia. We ask: -What do cats and dogs need in their diet? -Can you balance a raw diet? -What is AAFCO? -Does the diet need to be con…
 
Presented by veterinarian Dr. Bryan Gregor from New Zealand, The Vetpodcast discusses current and topical animal health issues with veterinary professionals from around the world. Whether you are in the industry or a pet lover The Vetpodcast is sure have something for you. Listen on your favorite podcast player.…
 
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