Casenotes Vol. 5 – Avoiding burnout

This week- a fab video with some of our nurses, avoiding burnout and another nurse spotlight I videoed a sit down with some of our nurses this week- if you or someone you know is wants to know more about vet nursing they need to watch this. Emotional burnout is on everyone’s minds- what can we do about it? Also …

Casenotes Vol. 4 – John being cooked, hedgehogs and Lin

This week- cute hedgehogs, me getting par boiled and one of our super-nurses Hello , It’s that time of year again when the warnings about dogs in hot cars are everywhere. I put myself to the test to see just how bad it is (spoiler: very bad). Brackley Hogwatch has some fantastic research into why we’re losing so many hedgehogs. Also …

The Vet’s Scrapbook Vol. 1

“The Vet’s Scrapbook” brings together all the inspirational and wonderful things we’ve seen written about animals over the last few weeks. I hope you enjoy them. John StreetVetHomeless people can be lonely, and often their pets are their only companion. StreetVet is a practice that takes accessible veterinary care out to those in need. The initiative is spreading quickly across …

Casenotes Vol. 2 – Alabama Rot update

This week- an update on Alabama Rot, managing stress in cats and what you can do at home for an arthritic dog Hello , Alabama Rot is a scary disease, but still thankfully very rare- read on for tips on recognising and preventing it.  We’ve also been working with Canine Arthritis Management which is focussed on helping arthritic dogs back on …

Casenotes Vol. 1

Welcome to the first edition of our weekly newsletter. This week- caring for dogs in their final weeks, some thoughts on insurance and a charity dog walk invitation Hello , Spring is springing (apparently!) so it seems like a good time to start a new surgery newsletter. We’ll be sending a weekly short bulletin like this, then every month a longer …