VET Talk Radio

Timeless stories from veterinary professionals for pet owners, veterinarians and vet nurses uploaded each and every week.

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Timeless stories from veterinary professionals for pet owners, veterinarians and vet nurses uploaded each and every week.
Language
🇬🇧 English
last modified
2019-04-10 11:47
last episode published
2019-01-28 10:31
publication frequency
2.49 days
Contributors
Kaye Browne& Brian Pickering author  
VET Talk Radio owner  
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Number of Episodes
500
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Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
28.01.2019

All About Veterinary Careers - with Dr Emma Davis

Dr Emma Davis is a well known Aussie Veterinarian who has taken a side step in her career to help vets (in her words) "to create fabulous, profitable careers that make this world a better place!" For some being 'just a vet' with the day to day pressur...
Kaye Browne & Brian Pickering author
12.12.2018

Why I Love Goulburn - Jacki Waugh

Goulburn in NSW was proclaimed as Australia's first inland city by Queen Victoria in 1863 and became THE place to live or to visit, but these days it is often passed-by with many travellers racing down the motorway. We loved our recent visit and spent...
Kaye Browne & Brian Pickering author
16.08.2018

2018 Next Generation Veterinary Award - Dr Guyan Weerasinghe

It's always good to hear who has received the latest award for work done in the small animal veterinary sector but even better news when it just happens to be an Aussie Vet! Well known for his work in the field of veterinary medicine and environmental...
Kaye Browne & Brian Pickering author
16.08.2018

Outback Pet Project - Tanya Middleton

Right across NSW and other parts of the country, families are being forced by the major drought to make decisions about affected livestock and their own future working on the land. But little has been mentioned about one of the most misunderstood memb...
Kaye Browne & Brian Pickering author
27.07.2018

August Is Pet Dental Health Month!

Dogs, cats even birds have dental health problems - And poor dental health can lead to shorter lives and many life-threatening diseases. Did you know you can brush a dog or cat's teeth? - It's true... just ask your vet to show you how. Dr Barbara Fo...
Kaye Browne & Brian Pickering author
26.07.2018

Seeing Eye Dogs Veterinary Symposium 2018 - Dr Nicola Cotton

Vision Australia Seeing Eye Dogs, in association with Royal Canin and Greencross Vets, will be hosting the inaugural Seeing Eye Dogs Veterinary Symposium at its state-of-the-art national training facility in Melbourne 11-12 September 2018. Colleagues ...
Kaye Browne & Brian Pickering author
26.07.2018

All About Seeing Eye Dogs - Dr Nicola Cotton

Do you love dogs? Why not become a puppy carer or sponsor a puppy? Seeing Eye Dogs Australia are always looking for loving homes for puppies in your area. If you can't do that how about a small donation? In this short podcasts Seeing Eye Dogs Vision ...
Kaye Browne & Brian Pickering author
19.07.2018

Getting Kids Involved In Pet Care! - Michael Zajac, Purina

Who looks after the pets in your family? Research shows it’s almost always the Mum in the household – despite all those promises the kids made while begging for a puppy that of course they’d feed the dog and walk it and pick up after it. Now ther...
Kaye Browne & Brian Pickering author
10.07.2018

What's Story Dogs? - Cindy McGregor

According to the Story Dogs website... "When children read to a dog, the outcomes are amazing! It is a non-judgemental setting, the children's focus improves, their literacy skills increase and their confidence soars. The accepting, loving nature of d...
Kaye Browne & Brian Pickering author
9.07.2018

Double Bubble - Double Trouble! - Dr Megan Hemy

*** DOUBLE BUBBLE = DOUBLE TROUBLE *** Bloat! - Is there a 'cure'? Can it be stopped?... and what are the signs? GDV or 'gastric dilation and volvulus' aka bloat is a life threatening condition in dogs where the stomach 'bloats' and twists on itself, ...
Kaye Browne & Brian Pickering author
29.04.2018

Veterinary Success Secrets Revealed - Dr Diederik Gelderman

International Author, Speaker, Veterinary Business Coach and mentor Dr Diederik Gelderman (AVBA President 2015/2016), shares the simple, but little known and rarely applied secrets to Veterinary Success and an amazing rewarding life. His probing inte...
Kaye Browne & Brian Pickering author
25.04.2018

Love Your Pet...Love Your Vet! - Dr Nadine Hamilton

When a member of your family is unwell – it’s not uncommon for the carer to feel overwhelmed by emotions when the doctor or nurse is talking about the health issue and explaining treatment options. It happens in both human hospitals and even more freq...
Kaye Browne & Brian Pickering author
16.09.2017

How Well Do Vets Handle Pets? – Dr Kersti Seksel

Being a veterinarian or vet nurse can be pretty challenging at times. With so many different animals to deal with every day - all of which they might never have seen before - can be 'challenging' to say the least. Bites, scratches and often upset pet o...
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23.08.2017

Are Cats Going Under The Radar? - Dr Jo Sillince

It's well known by vets that for some reason cats seem to be the 'forgotten' pet. Dogs and even horses are being seen by vets more than the average cat. Is it because dogs are like kids and considered 'part of the family' and tend to say they need hel...
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19.08.2017

Cats Vs Toddlers - Dr Kim Kendall

Put a young kid and a cat together and it makes a pretty cute photo right? Maybe… unless you’re the cat! Young kids, especially toddlers and especially boys can a cat’s worst nightmare. This story is very close to home... Not too long ago our daughte...
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31.07.2017

How To Solve Clients Pain - Steve Jensen

Are you the best sales-person for your business? Veterinarian's are more often than not into 'fixit' mode rather sales. And pet retailers, groomers etc get into a pet related business because they like the idea of working with animals. But that doesn...
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23.07.2017

Made A Mistake? What Do You Do? - Dr Jo Sillince

Whether we like it or not, we all make mistakes. So as a vet - what do you do? Dr Jo Sillince from Pets Australia has some advice you may have heard before but worthwhile hearing again to be reminded of what to do and how to do it.
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23.07.2017

Bullies + Expectations - Linda Campbell

***BULLIES *** ! They're all around us. Online, at work, at home sometimes - even school. But what should you do? Linda Campbell is a neurolinguistic programming practitioner and clinical hypnotherapist and has a few options in this short podcast.
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10.07.2017

Stressed? - How To Solve It - Linda Campbell

You don't have to be a vet or vet nurse to experience stress! We all experience stress of one kind or another on a daily basis - work, family, money problems?... but how do you deal with it? Linda Campbell is a Sydney based hypnotherapist and counsell...
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8.07.2017

Veterinary Ethics - Part 2-Dr Anne Fawcett

Hard-hearted or a soft-touch? How do Veterinarians make life or death decisions for animals who can’t speak for themselves? It’s not a topic you’re likely to come across in main-stream media… but issues such as ‘consent’ and ‘wildlife’ loom large in ...
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1.07.2017

Book Review: Veterinary Ethics - Dr Anne Fawcett

There's a brand new book co-authored by well-known Aussie vet, lecturer and journalist Dr Anne Fawcett and the Uk’s well-known Dr Siobhan Mullan... It’s called ‘Veterinary Ethics – Navigating Tough Cases’ and it approaches ethical issues in a very dif...
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11.06.2017

How To Keep Pets Moving This Winter - Nadia Crighton

There's plenty of 'keep fit' electronic devices nowadays to 'motivate you' to get up and moving… But if you’re one of those people who aren’t right in to all that ‘technology’. What’s the best way to keep our pets – and us - moving over winter? Forme...
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7.06.2017

What's Your Pet's Tongue Saying - Dr Barbara Fougere

Holistic Veterinarians who look at a pet’s tongue can tell a great deal more about their patient’s state of health/disease than say a GP asking a human patient to say ‘ahh’. A rapidly rising number of vets are choosing to learn Eastern techniques to u...
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31.05.2017

Hendra Virus Can Affect Domestic Animals & People Too - Dr Maurine Thomson

Hendra Virus Can Affect Domestic Animals & People Too! Recently the AVA (Australian Veterinary Assoc) put out a media release regarding a new outbreak of the Hendra virus in QLD. Normally this is something horse owners are more concerned about but...
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29.05.2017

Keeping Pets Safely Warm In Winter - Nadia Crighton

Feeling the chilly weather yet? Well if we're feeling the cold so are our pets! - And most domestic dogs and cats want to do just like us and curl up in front of the fire - whether it's an open one, gas or electric. But there are dangers all pet owner...
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25.05.2017

No Cost Vet Client Marketing - Steve Jensen

No money for marketing? What about a referral? So many times we hear vets and others say "I'm not going to waste money on marketing - it doesn't work" Really? - We'd agree that quite often it's harder to measure ROI on marketing efforts but did you k...
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25.05.2017

Why Adopting Older Dogs Should Cost Less - Sue Thomson

Older dogs are often the last to be adopted and end up being 'just another statistic' in our already overcrowded pounds and shelters. But one lucky 11yr old boxer caught the eye of long time ARH team member Sue Thompson who chose to take the 'old girl...
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20.05.2017

Are Genetics Making Labradors Fat? - Dr Anne Fawcett

Ahh Haaa!... New genetic clue might explain why this breed is more food obsessed than any other... And the reason might actually help humans too! Vets tell us loveable Labradors are always on the 'over-represented' list when it comes to gastrointest...
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20.05.2017

Five Freedoms For Animals - Dr Jo Sillince

5 Freedoms… Freedoms From Whose Point Of View? Veterinary Professionals are by default often considered society’s arbiters of what really constitutes ‘best care’ for pets and livestock. For years, variants of the RSPCA’s ‘Five Freedoms’ have provided ...
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20.05.2017

Best& Worst Of Being A Vet - Dr Jacob Michelsen

Being a veterinary surgeon sounds like a lot of fun... but is it? We asked Co-owner of the Animal Referral Hospital Canberra Dr Jacob Michelsen for the best case/worst case scenario...
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11.04.2017

Easter-Chocs+Lillies - Nadia Crighton

As the Easter bunny gears up for another busy night of delivering eggs to all the children around the globe, Pet Insurance Australia is reminding all pet lovers that Easter can spell disaster to an unsuspecting dog or cat. “This is a great time of yea...
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4.04.2017

Veterinary Success Secrets Revealed - Dr Diederik Gelderman

Ever wondered why some Veterinarians seem to be more successful than others? What do they do differently that’s allowed them to find that elusive work/life balance and can anyone do it too? Those are some of the burning questions which prompted Dr Di...
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3.03.2017

Is Pet Insurance Really Worth It? - Nadia Crighton

Pet insurance is one of those things we rarely think about until we actually need it... Is it ok to simply 'save for a rainy day'? or does the cost of actual veterinary care - especially emergency care - make pet insurance worthwhile. In this podcas...
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3.03.2017

Is Pet Insurance Really Worth It? - Nadia Crighton

Pet insurance is one of those things we rarely think about until we actually need it... Is it ok to simply 'save for a rainy day'? or does the cost of actual veterinary care - especially emergency care - make pet insurance worthwhile. In this podcas...
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26.02.2017

Why Vets& Nurses Need More 'Me Time' - Dr Anne Fawcett

How busy is your day?... Did you actually find time to go to the bathroom, have a cup of tea or take 5 minutes out of your busy day to have a morning or afternoon snack - even lunch!? Most people get to do this pretty well anytime they like during wor...
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26.02.2017

Why Vets & Nurses Need More 'Me Time' - Dr Anne Fawcett

How busy is your day?... Did you actually find time to go to the bathroom, have a cup of tea or take 5 minutes out of your busy day to have a morning or afternoon snack - even lunch!? Most people get to do this pretty well anytime they like during wor...
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26.02.2017

Vomiting Dog? Dr Narelle Brown& Dr Sarah Goldsmid

YUK!... ever had to 'clean up' after your dog. No not the odd #2, but VOMIT? Most dogs don't do it that often, but when they do, is there really something seriously wrong with them? Sydney's Animal Referral Hospital's Dr Sarah Goldsmid wanted to help...
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26.02.2017

Vomiting Dog? Dr Narelle Brown & Dr Sarah Goldsmid

YUK!... ever had to 'clean up' after your dog. No not the odd #2, but VOMIT? Most dogs don't do it that often, but when they do, is there really something seriously wrong with them? Sydney's Animal Referral Hospital's Dr Sarah Goldsmid wanted to help...
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26.02.2017

Hiccup Or Heart Attack? - Dr Jo Sillince

Would you really know if your dog, cat or bird was sick? – Animals are very good at hiding pain or other symptoms of ill health so we thought we’d ask an expert for the tell-tale signs! Remember - even if you THINK something is wrong don't delay - espe...
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26.02.2017

Hiccup Or Heart Attack? - Dr Jo Sillince

Would you really know if your dog, cat or bird was sick? – Animals are very good at hiding pain or other symptoms of ill health so we thought we’d ask an expert for the tell-tale signs! Remember - even if you THINK something is wrong don't delay - espe...
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26.02.2017

'Dental Braces For Dogs... But What About Cats?'

If you ever thought the topic of dentistry was boring, wait until you hear ARH Veterinary Dentist Dr Christine Hawke speak! - For instance 'Fangs' is not a word that usually comes to mind when talking about dogs and cats, but Dr Christine throws it aro...
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26.02.2017

'Dental Braces For Dogs... But What About Cats?'

If you ever thought the topic of dentistry was boring, wait until you hear ARH Veterinary Dentist Dr Christine Hawke speak! - For instance 'Fangs' is not a word that usually comes to mind when talking about dogs and cats, but Dr Christine throws it aro...
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25.02.2017

Why Supervising Kids& Dogs Doesn't Work! - Robin Bennett

According to well known US dog trainer Robin Bennett, breeders warn parents, “Don’t leave the dog alone with children, no matter how friendly the breed.” Veterinarians advise, “Never leave a dog and a child in the same room together.” Dog trainers expl...
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25.02.2017

Why Supervising Kids & Dogs Doesn't Work! - Robin Bennett

According to well known US dog trainer Robin Bennett, breeders warn parents, “Don’t leave the dog alone with children, no matter how friendly the breed.” Veterinarians advise, “Never leave a dog and a child in the same room together.” Dog trainers expl...
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23.02.2017

The Cost Of Good Veterinary Care

You're in a panic! - Your much loved pet has been in an accident and requires immediate surgery. You don't care what it costs.... or do you? There's not much difference between emergency medical care for humans and that for pets... except for the cost...
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23.02.2017

The Cost Of Good Veterinary Care

You're in a panic! - Your much loved pet has been in an accident and requires immediate surgery. You don't care what it costs.... or do you? There's not much difference between emergency medical care for humans and that for pets... except for the cost...
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15.01.2017

Which Breeds Cost More To Insure...& Why?

Is a Poodle healthier than say a Chihuahua?. What about a Cavilier King Charles Spaniel compared to a Beagle or a Boxer? Dogs are not 'dogs' when it comes to health issues. Sometimes it's just genetics -eg; "in the breed" - at other times it could be ...
VET Talk Radio author
15.01.2017

Which Breeds Cost More To Insure... & Why?

Is a Poodle healthier than say a Chihuahua?. What about a Cavilier King Charles Spaniel compared to a Beagle or a Boxer? Dogs are not 'dogs' when it comes to health issues. Sometimes it's just genetics -eg; "in the breed" - at other times it could be ...
VET Talk Radio author
15.01.2017

Weirdest Pet Insurance Claims

Health checks, teeth cleaning, surgical procedures are just of the things pet insurance covers - depending on your policy of course! But what are some of the strangest claims Pet Insurance Australia has had to deal with? Nadia Crighton from Pet Insur...
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15.01.2017

Weirdest Pet Insurance Claims

Health checks, teeth cleaning, surgical procedures are just of the things pet insurance covers - depending on your policy of course! But what are some of the strangest claims Pet Insurance Australia has had to deal with? Nadia Crighton from Pet Insur...
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