Falsehood can cause real harm.

Fake news has been the talk of the town these few weeks in Singapore. With the government reviewing its laws on the topic and how to tackle these issues.  As this author puts it "Fake news hinders people's ability to make informed decisions, potentially causing them to act on false information" Today's article is not so much... Continue Reading →

The real cost of your pet purchase.

I'm sure most people are familiar with the phrase "adopt, don't shop"- encouraging pet adoption and not purchasing from breeders/pet shops. The purpose of this article is not to discuss the ethics of pet adoption over purchasing one (I think we all innately know what we should be choosing over the other. That being said, I believe approx. 80-90% of pet... Continue Reading →

No. It isn’t our job to get bitten.

  It's not infrequent that we see animals that are aggressive (be it fear aggression, overprotectiveness towards owners, possessiveness, owner directed aggression, dog on dog aggression, food aggression, etc). I've deliberately chosen to use the word 'aggressive' because this particular word has sparked rage, discontent and defensive behaviors from clients.   I have had my fair... Continue Reading →

The art of communication.

Time has flown past this week, and I can't believe it's a Friday today. It has been an extremely eventful week where I had the privilege of speaking to a number of people from different aspects of this veterinary industry. The most important take home message I got was the importance of effective communication. -- Many young... Continue Reading →

Snooze and you lose

Been a busy one last week and this week is starting to look like the same. Nevertheless I'm back here to share yet another veterinary related post with the hopes of creating awareness. -- Regardless of how experienced a veterinarian is, he/ she will never be able to say that they have seen / treated... Continue Reading →

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