I am a small animal general practice veterinarian with a passion for writing and editing. I bring a unique and credible voice to the table that engages both professionals and laypeople alike.
This email promotion was sent to veterinary practice owners and managers to increase sales of Orbax, a veterinary-exclusive antibiotic medication. I wrote the copy and tagline to emphasize the product's distinctive features, in accordance with the client's specifications. As a veterinarian, I was also able to add unique insight regarding the use of this product which helped direct the creative process.
This technical article was published in The Veterinary Clinic Journal, a quarterly publication geared towards veterinarians and veterinary practice owners. The article provides an in-depth review of the clinical features of Leptospirosis in a format that is engaging and easy to read. The article begins on page 5 of the linked publication.
This discussion of the common signs and symptoms of canine ear infections is currently the AKC's top-ranked article for SEO.
A more technical article targeted towards veterinarians, sponsored by Elanco. The purpose of the article was to shed light on common factors affecting parasite control in companion animals, particularly client compliance.
This article was published in the inaugural issue of the Veterinary Clinic Journal, a professional publication geared toward general practice veterinarians and veterinary practice managers. This is a more technical piece detailing the diagnosis and treatment of atopic dermatitis in canine and feline patients. The article begins on page 9 of the linked publication.
A blog article discussing the prevalence of feline obesity, its possible causes, and actionable items for pet owners to prevent and address obesity in their cats.
It is every pet owner’s worst nightmare: that sinking feeling as you watch your dog run off without you, ignoring your calls for him to come back. Losing a dog is a scary thing, but there are steps you can take to improve your chances of finding your dog as quickly as possible.
Your instinct may be to run after your dog screaming for him to come back – resist that urge! An anxious dog will be frightened by the commotion, and an outgoing dog may see it as part of the game. In both cases, you m...
Like aging humans, senior dogs are prone to developing arthritis, a painful inflammation of the joints. Arthritis is caused by the breakdown of cartilage, which is the body’s natural cushioning material for the joints. This breakdown of cartilage can occur due to repetitive stress, injury, poor conformation, or normal aging processes. As the joint damage progresses, it can cause stiffness, lameness, and difficulty getting up or using stairs. Arthritic dogs are often reluctant to move and may ...