Submit an Article

Submit an Article

We love to keep our news section vibrant and relevant….but we are all in practice as well and have to look after our clients and patients so unfortunately can’t do this full time.

With your help though we can keep adding new articles and keep making this site, owned by us all, better and better. If you would like to contribute, either as a one-off on an area or topic that interests you, or on a more regular basis (even if just once every so often, a few times a year) as a member of our writing team, we would be delighted to have you on board.

Articles should be around 500 words, and if you can send a relevant picture all the better. Your name and, if available, a link to your practice website will appear on the article as well as a photo of you if you wish. As well as acknowledging you as the author, this will also assist in improving your search engine rankings.

Initially we ask that you contact us using the form below, and we will reply giving you a dedicated e-mail address that you can send your material to. In time, if you wish to be a more regular contributor, we can give you access to upload an article automatically which will be published once proof-read.

To give you an idea of what you can submit, the main categories for articles are:

However even if you have something you would like to write on outside of this you can do so, whatever you think will be good for pet’s and their owners is fantastic. So get writing, you’ll enjoy it and it will help us all keep our clients up to date and informed on what’s best for their pet’s health and welfare.

Video clips of surgery, procedures and tips ‘n’ tricks can also be included.

If you are a vet working in industry and your company wishes to put up print or video material specific to your company’s products, this may be accommodated as an information service to the pet owning public. Please contact us for further information.

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