Vet Space Ireland was created by Michelle Maguire and Hazell Mullins to promote learning and positivity within the veterinary world. Both share a passion for all things veterinary, wellbeing and keeping up to date with veterinary current affairs in Ireland.
Thank you to Peter & Ollie of Virbac for a fantastic night out! To all the amazing people we met, the inspirational lectures and the organisers for a fantastic couple of days! Already looking forward to next year 🙌
Season 3 of the Vet Space Podcast is back with @tommy_the_vet for a fantastic 'Clinical Bites' episode!
We discuss the gut microbiome and it's role in both human and animal health. We learn what a pre, pro and a postbiotic is and the role these microbes have in animal heath and wellbeing and so much more! This is not to be missed 🩺🦠
Listen now wherever you get your podcasts. If you like the podcast don't forget to subscribe, like and tell a friend 🤗
This year we are asking you to walk with us in aid of @breastcancerireland! October is breast cancer awareness month so we thought it only fitting that we support a charity thats close to many peoples hearts.
Walk 31km in 31 days and share your progress with us on social media, don't forget to tag us and #vetsgetphysical (prize for best tags) Get your friends, family and teammates involved and together we will kick the October gloom.
You can donate to the Vets Get Physical campaign by visiting the link in our bio.
This week we chat to the lovely and very well qualified Gemma O’ Donoghue @gemmaodgod for our last episode of series 2.(don’t worry we’ll be back soon)
From starting out as an equine vet to developing her passion for small animal medicine, her exciting veterinary journey is discussed.
Gemma qualified as a veterinary surgeon with honours in 2007 from University College Dublin. She then worked in a number of busy primary care and referral hospitals in London for 7 years. She concurrently studied for four postgraduate certificates at Masters level in Small Animal Medicine, Cardiology, Feline Medicine and Diagnostic Imaging.
Gemma is a member of the Veterinary Cardiovascular Society, British Small Animal Veterinary Society and International Society of Feline Medicine
We chat about it been ok to change direction in your vet career, starting her business, her life in London and her disaster with the CAO.
Hope you enjoy and don’t forget to comment, like and subscribe, wherever you listen to your podcasts! Thank you all for listening and your support! #vetpodcast #veterinarypodcast #petscan #smallanimalvet #diagnosicimaging #vetspaceireland…
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