The New Year is always a time for reflection and review. A time for starting new ideas, and sometimes for letting old ideas go. So what are my plans for 2013?1.
Vet on Newstalk’s Sean Moncrieff Show: “reviewing the newspapers” and more | Newstalk, Spirit Radio
I went in to “review the newspapers” on Newstalk’s Sean Moncrieff”s lunchtime show, but we ended up covering all sorts of stuff, from the new Animal Health & Welfare Bill t ..
I've just written a blog over at Vet Help Direct about the way that the veterinary profession is regulated. To read it, click here.
I'm just back from two weeks of annual holidays - from clinical work, from writing, from television and from data connection.
I have a new base for my regular animal news blogs….. | Vet Help Direct
I enjoy writing blogs on animal stories that hit the headlines: as a vet, I'm able to give a view that's informed by the training and experience of my profession.
Instead of my weekly Q&A column this week, I was asked to write a response to Germaine Greer's recent criticism of pet owners & vets. Read it here.
Just back from summer break and catching up with blogs, links etc. Watch here for more later.
After three years on Blogger, I've moved my "Pete the Vet" blog across to Wordpress. I've imported all the posts, so you'll find them here in a searchable archive back to May 2008.
RN Central - a website for both medical and veterinary nurses - has listed this blog among the "50 Best Blogs for Veterinary Students". Read the rest of the list here.
As we move into the New Year, I've been reflecting on the best way to use this blog, as well as my other online resources.
I've been trying some new ways of interacting with folk on the internet - and it's time to give you an update.
The Supreme Cat Show is coming up soon - on 22nd November in Birmingham. Cats are remarkable creatures, and the range of breeds is fascinating.
I have just started a new blog in association with the Daily Telegraph - see http://blogs. telegraph. co.
The RSPCA is calling upon clergy to celebrate animal services with renewed focus this October following a new Church of England initiative to make 'Time for God's Creation'.
Andrew Byrne is one of my partners at Brayvet, and is pictured here with Elsa, his five year old Golden Retriever.
This week, from Wednesday 20th to Sunday 24th August, the largest veterinary conference ever to be held in Ireland is taking place at the Royal Dublin Society showgrounds in Dublin.
Every week, I have a slot on Ireland's TV3 television channel, during the breakfast show -Ireland AM - video links can be found on the next page . .