Holistic Veterinary care

Monthly Archives: July 2014

A Dangerous Drug Indeed


It was a short locum, a month or so of work. The clinic was in one of the homogenous, grey cities that teem across the landscape outside of the M25 motorway that rings London. I found my way through the

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Animals who have touched my life


I woke up early this morning, and all the animals and pets who have touched my life paraded through my memory. I grew up on a cattle property in North Queensland, way out in the bush, 60 miles from the

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How to deal with a difficult client?


It was a quiet moment, a rare and valuable thing in the practice I was locuming in at the time. It was so frantically busy that you seldom got to take more than a hurried gulp of your cup of

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Bloody cow…


It was years ago, well into my time in my first job. I had been to this blokes dairy farm quite a few times, and he was a funny bugger. Not funny ha ha. Just funny – difficult to talk

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An Operation on a Frog


It was a quiet tropical day in the vet hospital. Not much to do, so I was chatting to the vet nurse out front, waiting for the phone to ring, something to happen. A car pulled up in the car

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“Thank Goodness for Dr Edward, the Home Visit Vet. Convenient, affordable, professional, and most importantly my pets are seen in a stress free environment. Thanks so much, from all of us.”

~ Sandi Wickman