Tag Archives: animal care

What You Can Do to Prevent Compassion Fatigue

Posted on: February 22, 2017 - No Comments

Following the suicide of my friend Dr. Sophia Yin (in 2014), and several higher profile veterinarians – the profession, in unison, said we need to do something about this. It’s out of the closet and I believe that is a good thing.

Can a Veterinarian Treat His Own Pet?

Posted on: January 27, 2014 - No Comments

We veterinarians are very familiar with the process of guiding our clients through the diagnosis and treatment of illnesses as a daily event in our veterinary practices. Yet, what happens when a veterinarian’s animal becomes sick? Do we choose to manage the case by ourselves or do we defer to others out of our lack Read More

Pet Care in Medieval Times

Posted on: August 13, 2013 - No Comments

Our care and compassion for animals has certainly evolved over time, but it's interesting to look back at how we have relied on pets throughout the course of human history. It seems that even in Medieval times, the human race has always had a soft spot for our four-legged friends. According to a new article Read More