advice for vets

Spay/Neuter Awareness Month: what do clients need to know?

February is Spay/Neuter Awareness Month, a time dedicated to spreading awareness about the importance of spaying and neutering pets. As veterinarians, it’s crucial to educate pet owners about the benefits of this procedure and its positive impact on the health and well-being of animals. In this blog post, we’ll offer a refresher on the reasons […]

Is being a locum vet for you?

Are you a veterinary professional seeking a role that allows for flexibility, improved work-life balance and opportunities for travel? A locum role might just be the perfect next step for you. Carry on reading to find out what it’s all about…   What is a locum vet?    A locum vet temporarily takes over the […]

Managing abuse online

Last year, 57% of vets in clinical practice were intimidated by clients and 48% were abused online. British Veterinary Association (BVA) and VetsDigital have come together to create a guide on how to manage unfair and abusive reviews online and how to resolve conflicts with clients. You can download the full version here.  This is […]

Let’s talk about sleep deprivation

If you’re a seasoned veterinary professional then you’re probably all too familiar with the dreaded feeling of waking up for a nightshift only to feel like you’ve hardly slept at all. Like your colleagues, you push through and accept that fatigue is part of the job description…but what if we told you it doesn’t have […]