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At The House Call Vet Café, we make it our mission to give our community of house call veterinarians a platform to share their stories, lift each other up, support each other, and share actionable tips, whether they are a super experienced house call vet with 30 years of experience, a brand new prospective house call vet just looking to get started… or are simply house call curious! We highlight house call veterinarians in our community who are doing unique and innovative things. You can als ...
 
Is it impossible for veterinarians to aim for more balance? The Whole Veterinarian podcast helps to share experiences and start a dialogue about how we can grow as people and professionals. As a female equine solo practitioner, mother and business owner, I've seen the challenges that face us. I want veterinarians to learn to be happier, healthier, wealthier and more grateful for the lives that they've created. Together, let’s learn how to develop a life we love.
 
The Humble Hoof is a podcast for both horse owners and equine professionals, offering discussions into various philosophies on the health of the hoof and soundness of your horse. Each episode we will explore either a topic in regards to the hoof, such as laminitis or navicular, or focus on an interview with a professional in the hoofcare world- whether it's a farrier, trimmer, vet, bodyworker, etc.Please check us out on Facebook, or at thehumblehoof.com. Intro/Outro Song Credit: b song by Sa ...
 
Topic talks, interviews and round table discussions where we answer all the tough questions about how to keep your horse happy, healthy and performing at their very best. Making sense of all the vet talk and diseases, teaching you how to pick up problems early and an all round collaborative approach in preventative care including vets, farriers, physiotherapists, coaches, professional riders...everyone you might meet on your horse owner journey.
 
Conversations about the world's most commonly diagnosed infectious disease in horses. Expert insights and real-life experience for horse lovers and professionals as part of Strangles Awareness Week 3 - 9 May in the UK and worldwide. Seven episodes cover experience preventing and managing the disease from award-winning and Olympic Team farriers, expert vets, international horse transporters as well as equestrian event venue and yard managers. Strangles Awareness Week is a collaboration betwee ...
 
British Horse Society - Scotland Podcast - Local & Regional equine education, welfare, access and safety news and interviews from around Scotland including; current BHS projects, events, training and Scottish Government news. The podcast is hosted by James Risk BVM&S MRCVS, who leads Glasgow Equine Practice at the University of Glasgow School of Veterinary Medicine. He is part of the BHS Scotland and Strathcyde committees and The Scottish Equine Stakeholders Group.
 
Horse health, behavior, training, competition. Join Friends on Horses with a variety of guests. If you want open conversations about everything “horse” from barefoot trimming and the latest in training, to rider fitness and horse nutrition, this is your hitching post. English, Western, whatever you do Friends on Horses doesn't discriminate.So have a listen and get ready to be saddled with information, these chicks don’t horse around… well maybe a little.
 
Have you ever secretly wished that you could grab a drink with your horse's vet to ask your most burning questions and hear the latest and greatest in the equine medical world? Welcome to The Barn Yarn, a podcast which brings you the inside scoop from equine professionals on what's new and has them excited. But with engaging stories from a day in the life of a vet, The Barn Yarn is full of all the fun and laughs as a chat with your best friend. The Barn Yarn is brought to you by Stable Selec ...
 
An all-access, real-life digital show with global equestrian celebrities from riders to professionals. They tried it so you don’t have to! Listen to international equestrians as they talk about their journeys, training tips, and more – nothing is off-limits! Enjoy the REAL Equestrian Experience. By equestrians, for equestrians.
 
Hosted by UK Para Endurance Rider Bryony Parsler this podcast covers all aspects of long distance riding from Pleasure Riding with your horse right through to Competitive Endurance. Whilst the main focus is on endurance riding, many of the episodes will also be of general interest to equestrians in other disciplines.SHORT BIOGRAPHY OF THE HOST: Bryony is the 2018 UK Reserve National Para Endurance Champion and has competed for many years with both Pony Club and Endurance GB. She is also a ri ...
 
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Dr. Erica Dickie is the owner/founder of Black Creek Mobile Veterinary Services, based out of Stratford, Ontario. She graduated with distinction from the Ontario Veterinary College in 2011 and in 2020 became a Certified Hospice and Palliative Care Veterinarian. She is passionate about all things relating to End-of-Life Care for pets & has dedicated…
 
Adele Shaw, international mentor, trainer, and creator of The Willing Equine podcast, talks about how to work with horses to have a more positive farrier appointment. She talks about how to begin working with horses with a history of "farrier phobia," horses who struggle to stand well, etc. For more info, see: www.thewillingequine.com…
 
Dr. Chloe Hannigan is a locum small animal vet in the UK and a qualified yoga teacher. Using her first-hand experience in practice, she aims to teach fellow veterinary professionals how yoga and meditation can improve physical, mental, and emotional wellness through her business, VetYogi. Topics Covered In This Episode A deep dive into boundaries H…
 
Dr. Chloe Hannigan is a locum small animal vet in the UK and a qualified yoga teacher. Using her first-hand experience in practice, she aims to teach fellow veterinary professionals how yoga and meditation can improve physical, mental, and emotional wellness through her business, VetYogi. Topics Covered In This Episode: Yoga philosophy Yoga for vet…
 
Real talk regarding sustainability in equine veterinary medicine. For this episode, I'm joined by the co-creators of The Sustainability in Equine Practice Seminar and Retreat as we share some of the highlights of the past two events. The community formed over these two very special weekends can be described as nothing other than magical. We are exc…
 
Dr. Amanda Doran is back speaking with Dr. Eve Harrison today about suicide, depression, and mental illness. Dr. Amanda is an artist, author, speaker, and practicing in-home euthanasia veterinarian. Her art, writing, and speaking focus on options for end-of-life care, effective communication strategies, and how to create a more magical and meaningf…
 
Dublin-born veterinarian, Christine Demery, has called Australia home for the past 11 years. She’s an integral part of the Crown Equine Veterinary Services team, as well as host Amanda Ross’ personal vet! Christine’s special interest in orthopedic surgery has led to her wealth of experience in investigating, and treating, lameness in horses. Christ…
 
Join me today as I speak with the amazing, Dr. Christie Cornelius about neurodiversity, retirement, corporate house call practices, and more! Christie was born and raised in Dubuque, Iowa, where she graduated with a B.S. degree in Biology from Loras College in 1997. Wanting to develop her career in a warmer climate near big cities, she moved to Tex…
 
From workplace culture to salary structure to having time to ride your own horse, Dr. Mike Pownall joins me to discuss all of the important aspects of creating a workplace where veterinarians want to be. You don't want to miss any of the gems that he shares after having grown a practice with his wife, Dr. Melissa McKee, over the past 20 years and h…
 
Have you ever wanted to find more joy in your life but feel weighed down by client demands, student debt, and running your mobile house call practice? You're NOT alone! Join us today as we talk about everything from burnout to our favorite personal development resources to help you be the amazing person in this world that you were meant to be, BEYO…
 
How do you manage a Strangles outbreak in a herd of semi-feral ponies? In this fascinating podcast we hear from two inspiring individuals as they explain why and how they took a proactive approach to clearing the disease from a group of Dartmoor ponies in 2021. Meet Dru Butterfield, Chief Executive of the Dartmoor Pony Heritage Trust, who was deter…
 
Matthew Jackson, Mark Johnson, and Robbie Richardson join the podcast for a second time, this time about how horses compensate for less than ideal environment, movement, diet, conformation, etc. How does our trim and approach help address this? When should we leave well enough alone and when should we seek to make changes? All of these are discusse…
 
Dr. Laura Zehnder Jones received her DVM degree from the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine in 2006. After initially working in Virginia, Laura moved to Pennsylvania where she now resides with her rescued companions and one husband. Laura’s favorite aspects of veterinary medicine are client education, preventative care, the c…
 
Highlighting equine practices that are moving away from "traditional" equine veterinary norms is a way to bridge the gap that exists between younger and older veterinarians. We cannot hope to attract new talent to our pool of equine veterinarians if recent grads and students don't know that there ARE progressive practices out there. I'm excited to …
 
In today's episode, Dr. Eve Harrison, VMD talks with Dr. Peter Weinstein, co-author of the book, "The E-myth Veterinarian". He is an Illinois Vet School graduate and got his MBA from the University of Redlands. As a result of the MBA, he was able to relocate, expand and sell his practice. He served as President of the Southern California Veterinary…
 
Carrie Rule, Kristin Thornberry, Libby Thorman, and Rosemary Zwanenburg join a discussion on hoofcare pricing and the "hidden costs" we don't often think about when running a hoofcare business. Why do we set prices the way we do? Why are cancellations and rescheduling appointments so frustrating? Why is that corrective shoeing package "so expensive…
 
Dr Liz is a house call veterinarian in the UK and owns her own solo practice called, The Visit Vet practicing on the border between Scotland and England, in Carlisle. She was qualified in 1997 from the Royal Veterinary College in London and worked in mixed practice, mainly in Cumbria, for 23 years before setting up her house call practice in Novemb…
 
Julie Squires is back to take a deeper dive with us into the actual practice of setting boundaries! She has such important insight into what work we need to do when approaching boundaries in the workplace. You will get a ton of ideas from this episode regarding how to start a boundary discovery process and how to approach conversations in the workp…
 
Dr. Veronica Bocanegra grew up in the city of Rancho Cucamonga, California and graduated in 2002 with a Bachelor of Science in Wildlife, Fish, and Conservation Biology from UC Davis, CA. Following her studies at UC Davis, she graduated with honors from Western University of Health Sciences, School of Veterinary Medicine, Charter Class of 2007. Her …
 
Eric Winter is an FEI International Level Course Designer, an A-list British Eventing Accredited Course Designer, an FEI Technical Delegate and a Technical Advisor for British Eventing. He’s the mastermind behind advanced courses in many iconic venues throughout Britain, Western Europe, Africa, the Americas and Asia. In this episode, Eric shares ho…
 
Dr. Renate Weller talks about the movement of the distal limb, and how hoofcare providers can affect biomechanics. Also addressed are how owners can be proactive about preventing soft tissue injury, and some factors that lead to injury. For more info, contact Dr. Weller: https://vet.ucalgary.ca/contact-us/renate…
 
Ruben Cruz, CPA, is the founder of Crulliance, LLC, a Profit First CPA firm dedicated to providing world-class accounting and tax solutions for Veterinarians and Small Business Owners. In his community, Ruben serves as a board member of the Tampa International Airport Police Department Guardians Foundation. His love for animals (and his wife being …
 
You are not alone if you struggle to communicate with your boss or your employees. We are at a time in the world where five different generations are forced to play nicely when it comes to working together. Jay McChord is here today to help us understand just how differently all of these generations view life and work. You'll also get to hear an aw…
 
Join Dr. Eve Harrison, VMD, CVA as she talks with Dr. Ashley Emanuele about Fish! Dr. Emanuele opened Oak City Aquatics Mobile Veterinary Service in June 2021, NC's first aquatics-exclusive mobile veterinary practice. In 2016, she became North Carolina's first WAVMA Certified Aquatic Veterinarian. Her professional interests are in nutrition, ophtha…
 
Mark Johnson, Matthew Jackson, and Robbie Richardson all discuss their journey from being a fully qualified UK farrier to shifting to barefoot trimming with composite shoeing options. They talk about the catalyst that made them leave steel shoeing behind, and the navigating the stereotypes about "barefoot" in a shoeing-focused hoofcare world.…
 
Hang on to your hats, folks. Dr. Brooke Bowman and I cover a range of issues that equine veterinarians face - everything from racetrack practice to alternative work schedules to boundaries with clients and back around to mental illness. We also touch on racing cars and hanging out at Tootsie's Honkeytonk, so be prepared for a rowdy conversation! **…
 
Dr. Camilla Edwards DVM, CertAVP, MRCVS graduated from Vet School in Copenhagen, Denmark in 2006. She moved back to the UK and worked for a few years in mixed practice and small animal first opinion practice before spending 8 years in emergency work where she gained her Certificate in Advanced Veterinary Practice. In 2018, she set up her business, …
 
Dr. Daly and Dr. McAndrews share one more gem regarding solo equine practice. We discuss how collaboration is KEY to success in practice. Find out more about my guests below... Amelie McAndrews, DVM McAndrews@gardenstateequine.com www.gardenstateequine.com Caitlin Daly, DVM https://www.midcoastequine.com/ midcoastequine@gmail.com ... Find out more …
 
Dr. Amanda Doran does her work as an artist, author, speaker, gardener, kitchen magician, and practicing in-home euthanasia veterinarian. Amanda’s art, writing, and speaking focus on the ethics of and options for end of life care for humans and animals, effective intra-personal and interpersonal communication strategies and how to find “work-life r…
 
Solo equine vets make up 37% of all equine veterinarians. Many people think of group practice as the only way to go after graduation, but if you want to forge your own path as an equine veterinarian, you can do it! And you won't be alone in doing so. While not every aspect of solo practice is perfect, there are many upsides to owning your own busin…
 
Join Eve Harrison, VMD, CVA as she talks with guest, Dr. Marcy McKeithen. Dr. McKeithen is a veterinarian practicing in Detroit, MI. She is the founder and owner of Motor City Vet Care, which is a veterinary housecall practice that provides quality veterinary care to your furry family members in the privacy and safety of your own home. She takes pr…
 
Emily Mohring, a farrier and pig trimmer, talks about how she developed the Mohr Method for trimming pig hooves. She also discusses factors that affect pig feet, how long their trimming cycles should be, how their anatomy compares to horses, and what to look for when trying to find someone to trim your pigs. For more info, see: www.mohrmethodgroup.…
 
In loving memory of Dr. Steve Weinberg 1959-2022 This special episode is meant to be a memorial in loving memory of Dr. Steve Weinberg. Steve was one of the original house call vets in Los Angeles. I did this interview with Steve in March of 2021. I’d been referring cases to his practice (911Vets, which then became PriVet Pet Care) for years and we…
 
James Shaw discusses how to change our posture and movement to better protect equine professionals and riders from injury when working with horses. He also talks about how he got through his own back injury through the idea of a third movement of the pelvis. For more info see: ridefromwithin.com
 
Welcome to Season 4 of The Whole Veterinarian Podcast! I hope you are having a wonderful start to the year. I am excited to get back to releasing episodes on February 3, 2022 after a much needed holiday break. This season will focus on equine veterinarians for the next couple of months. We face unique challenges in veterinary medicine and I want to…
 
Join Eve Harrison, VMD, CVA as she talks with guest, Dr. Surell Levine, DVM who has a house call practice for cats and dogs based out of Hopkinton, Massachusetts. She works out of her minivan and also has another part-time vet working on her team. Dr. Surell is the brains behind the Calm Cozy Cat Wrap that has changed the lives of many veterinarian…
 
At The House Call Vet Café, we make it our mission to give our community of house call veterinarians a platform to share their stories, lift each other up, support each other, and share actionable tips, whether they are a super experienced house call vet with 30 years of experience, a brand new prospective house call vet just looking to get started…
 
Elizabeth (Liz) Launder runs her own business, Osteopathy 4 Horse and Rider, and is the consultant osteopath for the Equine Therapy Centre at Hartpury College. In addition to attaining degrees in biological science, osteopathy and a masters in equine science, Liz’s education has come from the patients themselves – she’s assessed over 160,000 horses…
 
Diane Sept, rider, trainer, judge, and lover of smooth gaited horses, talks about various gaited breeds and considerations for their feet. She chats about her affinity for Tennessee Walking Horses, and the effect the show packages used on them have on their hooves and bodies. Mentioned are a variety of gaited breeds, including Missouri Foxtrotters,…
 
www.theequestrianexperiencepodcast.com questions@theequestrianexperiencepodcast.com Listen on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and many more! THIS EPISODE It’s been a big year for hosts Amanda Ross and Bex Mason – from launching The Equestrian Experience podcast to navigating horse events during a pandemic, it’s little wonder they are both looking forward …
 
Hairdresser to the stars, Joh Bailey, is internationally renowned for revolutionising the blow dry, but did you know he is also an accomplished equestrian and show horse competitor? Hooked on horses after being bedazzled by painted black hooves and plaited manes at his first Sydney Royal Easter Show, Joh’s obsession with making things pretty perfec…
 
TRIGGER WARNING- This episode contains references to and information about suicide which may be upsetting to some people. The purpose of the episode is to educate and bring awareness to the stigma around mental illness and provide resources but if you are not in a position to handle this discussion, please skip this episode. If you are concerned ab…
 
What is laminitis? What do we need to look out for? What are some of the causes? how do we treat it and how can we manage our horses feet once they have it? We are lukcy enough to have podiatry consultant Dr Luke Wells Smith return to answer all these questions plus more! Link to the video Dr Luke mentions from PennVet https://vimeo.com/301944082 C…
 
Dr. Stephen O'Grady discusses hoof changes seen when transitioning horses to barefoot. He discusses his approach to trimming, casting, and barefoot transition. Also discussed are performances horses currently showing successfully barefoot. For more information on the clinic mentioned in the beginning of the episode, see thehumblehoof.com/shop. For …
 
Tristan Tucker is an Australian horseman and Grand Prix dressage rider, who is now based in the Netherlands. His popular, step-by-step training program, the TRT Method is studied by 37 000 students across 64 countries. Motivated by the principle that riders must focus on the mental training of horses before other training, Tristan has developed a s…
 
As we make advances in our horse management and care, our older population of horses has grown. We are also rinding and competing horses for a lot longer. But what should we be looking out for when it comes to our older horses health? How can we give them the best quality of life? We dicuss the changes that happen as a horse ages and the most commo…
 
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