Vets to follow on Tiktok
That’s Farming has compiled a list (in no particular order) of ten vets that you should follow on TikTok.
Vets in Ireland:
- The Irish Vet: Covers small animal-related content and posts informative videos, some of which cover what subjects you need to study to become a vet, why you should become a vet, mental health, pet insurance, euthanasia, animal welfare and flea treatments.
- Jarlath Sutton – The Local Vet: Kerry-based Sutton posts a combination of informative farming and veterinary-related content. Previous posts cover C-sections, fern poisoning, abscesses, bloat, and calving cases.
- DrHunterFinn – The “Texas-based integrative veterinary expert” generally posts small animal-related content and provides some useful information for pet owners.
- Cat The Vet – UK-based Cat provides an insight into some of her small animal cases and information for aspiring/new grad vets and pet owners alike
- Alicia Pet Care Center – APCCVet: The family-owned full-service veterinary hospital in Canada covers small animal-related content. Some of its most recent posts cover microchipping, anaesthesia in older pets, foreign objects, and cat extractions.
- DairyDoc – Dr Michelle: This vet covers dairy-related content and recently posted clips on calf housing, scanning, dry matter intake, cutting the umbilical cord, colostrum, veins and why udders are pink.
- AchinforBlakin: The vet posts mainly about cattle, cat, and dog-related cases and recently posted about cow abscesses, scanning, a urinary calculi bull, bloat, and ear mites.
- Dr Taylor – Bryanttaylor27: The mixed animal vet “shows off all the fun of rural practice”. He recently posted about rumen bugs, removing tumours, an uterine prolapse in a heifer, and abscesses.
- Dr Laura the Vet: Dr Laura describes herself as a “fun-loving vet who likes to share cool cases”. She recently posted about cat tail amputations, tapeworms, and dental cleanings.
- Dr Kyrne Larrabee showcases her life as a rural vet, and her recent posts covered fleas and ticks, Hypoderma Bovis and equine ulcers.