The most effective way to prevent 95% of human cases of rabies is to vaccinate dogs. Mission Rabies sets out to do just that! Join Dr. Jen and Dr. Jason as they hear all about Mission Rabies efforts and Worldwide Veterinary Services (WVS) from the founder himself, Dr. Luke Gamble. - See more at:
Veterinarians frequently make a list of differential diagnoses for interesting or perplexing and complicated medical cases. Join Dr. Jen and Dr. Jason as they review their list of interesting or perplexing topics and recent articles in the news. In this episode, differentials include the decision to actively participate in organized veterinary medicine or other industry associations, wearable tech for pets, pet obesity, leptospirosis in bats, and more!
Some of us remember the quotable line from the movie, “Friday.” But, should you really puff, puff, pass to your dog? Your cat? Is there any science behind any of this…yet?! Is this stuff even legal? Join Dr. Jen and Dr. Jason as they visit with Cornell University’s Dr. Joseph Wakshlag. Dr. Wakshlag is the veterinary guru when it comes to CBD, THC, pot, and your pets! Prepare yourself for some cannabis-related puns and some solid science!
Listen in as Dr. Jen and Dr. Jason are joined by K9 Fit Club founder Tricia Montgomery. Tricia has an incredibly compelling personal story that led her to a healthier lifestyle and to founding K9 Fit Club. As we quickly learned, Tricia is also the queen of doggie exercise puns. Also, find out how to get your very own Vet Candy yoga mat and K9 Fit Club water bottle - ALL the cool kids have them!
This August at the AVMA Convention in Washington, D.C., the AVMA delegates will meet to cast their votes for the next AVMA President-elect. Dr. Doug Kratt is hoping to win that election. Join Dr.’s Jenifer and Jason Chatfield as they press the good Dr. Kratt on big issues facing veterinarians and the industry as a whole. What ARE the big issues that Dr. Kratt will prioritize once elected? Have a listen…see how red her face might turn!
New veterinary school graduate Dr. Merrill Simpson chats with her friend, roommate and also recent veterinary school graduate, Dr. Margot Stuchin about things they wish they had known before entering veterinary school, including expectations, challenges and rewards.
Dr.’s Jen and Jason share their experience working with each other and other family members, both in practice and on the farm. The family that herds together…can practice together according to these twin veterinarians. What can you do to make it work?! How can you decide if working together is going to be successful in the long run?
Networking has become a huge buzzword, but what is it? How do you do it? Why should private practitioners do it? Dr.’s Jen and Jason discuss networking and some easy tips that you can use to break out of your exam room comfort zone and expand your network to raise your standard of care and increase your client base.