In this week’s podcast episode we had such a laugh this week chatting to the wonderful Magda Upton. Magda is a small animal vet working a mixture of general practice, locum and emergency work and is our very first Australian guest. She keeps a balance in her life by also being a busy mother, lifeguard and cello player! Magda is passionate about being a good vet, performing good work ups on often limited budgets, building good relationships with clients and sharing knowledge with the next generation. Check out her amazing Instagram page @dr.magda.vet
We were so excited to be joined by the amazing Gareth Arthurs in our clinical segment this week (https://arthursorthopaedics.co.uk/). Gareth is a RCVS Recognised Specialist in Small Animal Surgery (Orthopaedics) and graduated from Cambridge University in 1996. He has worked at a number of large referral practice in the UK and Ireland. Gareth divides his time between his own practice, as Professor of small animal orthopaedic surgery at the University of Nottingham, consultancy work for Veterinary Instrumentation, delivering orthopaedic CPD including for AOVET. This week is part one of our discussion regarding the diagnosis and management of cruciate disease in dogs and what the most up to date evidence says!
Today’s podcast is kindly sponsored by Veterinary Instrumentation (https://veterinary-instrumentation.co.uk/) a global Animal Health care organisation, which has proudly served the industry for over three decades.