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The Vet Blast Podcast

The Vet Blast Podcast is a fun, educational show for veterinarians, veterinary students, veterinary support team members and of course, pet parents! Learn the latest and greatest in veterinary medicine from professionals in the field! Also laugh with my guests as we share great stories of the incredible human-animal bond. No creature is too big or too small for a show designed for all!

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Recent Episodes of The Vet Blast Podcast


CE: A Surgeon’s Perspective on Current Trends for the Management of Osteoarthritis, Part 2

CE: A Surgeon’s Perspective on Current Trends for the Management of Osteoarthritis, Part 2

Sponsored by Elanco. Head to dvm360 Flex and login or create a free CE account and claim your credit after listening to this episode.

Program Description:

Canine osteoarthritis is a complex disease that impacts quality of life for many of our canine patients. Part 2 of this podcast series will highlight why effective management requires development of a baseline treatment plan that is customized to the individual patient and includes a plan for managing flare-ups. A systematic, evidence-based approach will be presented that can be implemented in general practice.
Learning Objectives:

Recognize the importance...

Episode 266 12 July 2024 20m and 52s


The dual life of a veterinarian firefighter

The dual life of a veterinarian firefighter

Mariah Young, DVM, is a small town Montana girl with a passion for compassion. Her whole life she wanted to be able to make an impact on this world. As she grew up, this desire morphed into pursuing a career in veterinary medicine and a secondary career as a firefighter/EMT. Young achieved both goals simultaneously and currently work full time as a mixed animal veterinarian and part time as a firefighter/EMT.

Young has an Australian Kelpie named Dilly who is her constant adventure companion. She is fluent in Spanish and love to travel. Young volunteered in...

Episode 265 10 July 2024 22m and 41s


Bridging the gap in dentistry education

Bridging the gap in dentistry education

Doug Aspros, DVM, joined the VPP team in 2015 to help develop the promise of co-ownership into a transformational reality for the profession. With his extensive experience as a clinician and practice owner and strong relationships in the wider veterinary community, he worked to improve many aspects of our partnerships and practices, focused on clinician development, leadership training, and building our veterinary community.

Aspros served as the 150th president of the AVMA, the largest member organization in veterinary medicine. He worked to make AVMA more engaging for the new generations entering the profession, responsive to their needs and reflective...

Episode 264 3 July 2024 23m and 34s


The newer normal of communicating with clients

The newer normal of communicating with clients

Jill Clark, DVM, spent 17 years as an Assistant Director on feature films, commercials, and documentaries before changing direction and becoming a veterinarian in 1996.  She practiced in a multi-doctor group of small animal practices known for creating an exceptional client experience as an associate and then as Medical Director before joining a group of entrepreneurial veterinarians who grew their hospital group from 8 to 80 hospitals.  She was vice president of Operations for this group before joining VCA, managing 22 general and specialty practices with a continued focus on client experience as a competitive advantage.  In 2009, she joined VCA’s Executive Team and was respo...

Episode 263 26 June 2024 23m and 24s


Under pressure! Everything you need to know about glaucoma

Under pressure! Everything you need to know about glaucoma

Alex Sigmund, DVM, DACVO, “The Vet Eye Guy” on Instagram, and founder of Insight Veterinary Eye Care, LLC that provides continuing education and teleconsultation services. He enjoys combining his passion for ophthalmology by engaging owners and veterinarians via social media, continuing education events, and one-on-ones. Sigmund wants every veterinarian to be comfortable with the basics of ophthalmology to improve patient care and client understanding. He has plans to start his own private practice in the near future that will focus on the client/patient experience in addition to high quality medicine. 

Sigmund enjoys working with exotic animals at local...

Episode 262 19 June 2024 20m and 26s


Pets and poverty: Visions of a better future

Pets and poverty: Visions of a better future

After an earlier career as a carpenter and builder, Jon Geller, DVM, DABVP emeritusr graduated from Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1995.. After graduating, he practiced as a house call veterinarian for several years, and then embarked on a 20 year career as an emergency clinician in Colorado. During that time, Geller and his partners started up 4 emergency clinics. He became Board Certified as Veterinary Practitioner in Canine and Feline Medicine in 2010.

After seeing a homeless man and his pit bull on a bridge in Nashville in 2015, he founded The Street Dog Coalition, a non-profit charity, which...

Episode 261 12 June 2024 19m and 42s


Taking pride in ourselves and workplace

Taking pride in ourselves and workplace

Josh Sanabria, DVM, is proudly from Puerto Rico and he came to the continental United States in 2008 to pursue his lifelong goal of becoming a veterinarian. In 2012, he graduated from the University of Missouri’s College of Veterinary Medicine. After completing his degree, Sanabria moved to Las Vegas to practice general and emergency veterinary medicine. In 2016, he moved to San Diego, where he joined the corporate veterinary medicine field, allowing him to transfer to Dallas, Texas. In 2019, he pursued his vision of practicing boutique veterinary medicine and he opened his very own office called Isla Veterinary Boutique Hospital in Addison, TX...

Episode 260 5 June 2024 26m and 28s


A refresher on the cornea

A refresher on the cornea

Dr. DJ Haeussler grew up in the Cincinnati area. He finished his undergraduate work at The Ohio State University and then received his doctorate in 2006. He then went to New Jersey where he finished two internships at Garden State Veterinary Specialists and then returned to his alma mater, The Ohio State University to complete his residency. While at Ohio State University for his residency, he completed a Master of Science degree and earned the top award for professional student research at Ohio State as well as the top resident award for professional research at the annual American College of Veterinary...

Episode 258 31 May 2024 18m and 3s


Tooth be told! Partnering with dental specialists

Tooth be told! Partnering with dental specialists

Nominate your Veterinary Hero here today!: https://event.dvm360.com/event/3f10fd96-aec7-45cb-96c5-07ed9967021f/summary?locale=en

Amy Thomson, DVM, DAVDC, often known as “toothy”, is passionate about teeth!
However, it was not always this way – she started her career in small animal practice with very minimal dentistry knowledge. She was fortunate to have a great mentor in her first job where she learned a lot and her desire to learn more grew. Once she attended her first Veterinary Dental Forum in 2013, she KNEW dentistry was her passion.

Throughout her ye...

Episode 259 29 May 2024 27m and 46s


CE: What's in a Number? How a Clinical Pathologist Approaches Results

CE: What's in a Number? How a Clinical Pathologist Approaches Results

Sponsored by Zoetis. Head to dvm360 Flex and login or create a free CE account and claim your credit after listening to this episode.

Program Description:
This podcast will delve into the critical importance and limitations of population-based reference intervals in veterinary diagnostics. Hear directly from a clinical pathologist and Medical Director of Zoetis Reference Laboratories on best practices for interpretating chemistry and hematology data and common errors to avoid.

Program Agenda:  What defines a population-based reference interval? What happens when an interval is: Too broad Too narrow How should a reference interval be used w...

Episode 255 23 May 2024 18m and 28s

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