Archive for the ‘BIO’ Category

Bad Timing: Vet misadventures at Xmas

Friday, December 25th, 2009

Like the tragedy of grandpa throwing a clot while carving the turkey, pets suffer their fair share of Christmas holiday misadventures. Don’t be shy about calling the afterhours vet; half the time… Read more

Inauscpicious cases & the power of natural healing

Saturday, May 16th, 2009

Everyone expects to make mistakes when learning but, fortunately for pets and their owners, not all veterinary mistakes end in bad outcomes. In many cases, the power of natural healing will see… Read more


Wednesday, March 18th, 2009

Working as a casual in the veterinary world has its pros and cons, and offers an unique vantage point for surveying the industry. Often viewed with suspicion or skepticism by pet owners, sometimes an… Read more


Sunday, February 22nd, 2009

A ’94 graduate of the Sydney University veterinary school, I also completed an honours year in pharmacology,  seeding interests in imaging, cardiology and critical thinking. Academia and teaching… Read more

My Personal Approach to Medicine

Sunday, February 15th, 2009

I approach both orthodox and alternative medicine with a healthy degree of scepticism.  Evidence-based medicine is revealing that our long held presumptions of best practice are not always true…. Read more