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It’s not your vet’s fault: 4 things pet owners unfairly hate on veterinarians for

Last night, while browsing Twitter, I came across the following tweet by a veterinarian I follow and decided to create a new infographic on 4 things that are not your vet’s fault. Tired of feeling overwhelmed by the caseload, of bad prognoses, of so many sick pets but not enough staff to address them. This

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4 FREE ways to show appreciation for your veterinarian infographic

After posting my previous blog post on Veterinarian Appreciation Day 2023, I decided the content at the end of that post could be made into an infographic on ways pet parents can show their appreciation for their veterinarians. 4 FREE ways to show appreciation for your veterinarian infographic #1 Be patient The COVID pandemic may

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4 things that make your vet’s job harder infographic (PNG & Accessible PDF)

As a follower of #VetTwitter, I am privy to the daily struggles of our veterinarians and their support staff, which are many. I decided to create an infographic highlighting just 4 of these struggles in the hopes that pet owners will understand and find it in themselves to try to make their vets’ jobs a

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“If they really loved __, they’d do it for free!” Vet bills infographic/social media post

To follow up my video post on Twitter from last week, I made a graphic version of my “You would never say” message for sharing as image post on social media with a slight difference in (a couple more) occupations, which I left out of the video due to wanting to keep it under 30

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Free vet hospital mask policy flyer: Please help us help your pets and put on a mask

Yesterday, I came across the following tweet on Twitter: Firstly, the entitlement and selfishness of the author of this tweet may have caused an unknown number of staff—and as a result their family members—to be exposed to a virus they may be vulnerable to. People like this take advantage of the genuine desire of vets

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“Think before you type” infographic for World Veterinary Day 2022

As with Veterinary Receptionist Week, I wanted to create something for World Veterinary Day that went beyond “Thank you, vets!” For World Veterinary Day, the British Veterinary Association released some statistics on the amount of online abuse experienced by veterinarians. A survey had found that: 90% veterinarians report receiving unfair online reviews 46% of those

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Veterinary Receptionist Week infographic: Be kind to your vet’s receptionists

For Veterinary Receptionist Week, I thought about doing a simple “Thank you, veterinary receptionists!” post, but as those are already quite plentiful, I decided to make something that could help make things a little easier for all the veterinary receptionists out there juggling multi-line phones, multiple vet’s schedules, clients, paperwork, and payments. A couple of

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Infographic: Vet tech suicide risk (5 times the general population) and burnout statistics

According to a study published by the AVMA in September 2019, vet techs are up to 5 times more likely to die by suicide. Unlike veterinarians, the vet tech suicide risk by gender is reversed, with male vet techs being 5 times and female vet techs 2.3 times more at risk of suicide than the

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Infographic: Depression & Suicide Risk in German Veterinarians

Newly available to download in both English and German is an infographic with statistics derived from a 2016 study on suicide risk, suicidal ideation, and depression in German veterinarians. To see if the same depression and suicide risks reported in other countries also afflicted German veterinarians, an online survey was conducted in 2016. The respondents

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Norvet Study: 27% of veterinarians felt life wasn’t worth living over the last year

A 2021 survey of 2,600 veterinarians in Norway found that 27% felt life wasn’t worth living over the past year. This number can undoubtedly be partly attributed to the added tolls brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic which led to pet owner behavior such as: Ranting at vet staff about safety protocols and the pandemic

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