We are veterinary enthusiasts and we decided to develop this web page for the Veterinary community.
The goal of this website is to help, gather veterinary enthusiasts from all around the world and share useful information with fellow members. We try to impact veterinary medicine positively and be part of the growth and the development of the veterinary field.
On our blog you can read about the latest news and some common information in the veterinary field. You can see the surgery or procedures videos and learn something new everyday. Our info-graphics about animal diseases, care and dog breeds are here to give you a more visual understanding of the topics.
We are NOT an official veterinary medicine organization. We are a community that offers to share information with veterinary enthusiasts. We are not here to give out veterinary advice, you should always consult your veterinarian.
Meet the team
Former nerdy vet student, now just nerdy in a whole other direction – managing and growing I Love Veterinary.
Even though she is the one who is supposed to be telling the team what to do, she is constantly being bossed around by her toy-poodle Barbi 🙂
Natasha is a veterinarian in her free time and likes to work under pressure. When she’s bored she practices solving imaginary diseases on her 3 years old Corgi. Don’t be mad at her if the Vet Cases on our Facebook page lack info, you sent those cases 🙂
Marko is a veterinarian working in a small animal practice for 11 years now. Exciting surgeries and interesting cases in internal medicine are his favs. He tries to monitor all comments posts on our Facebook page, but sometimes it is just impossible 🙂 He would love to have his own Frisian horse one day, riding it on a greenfield lands with whole bunch of Irish setters.
Plamen might not have a background in veterinary medicine, however after a few years on the team he is confident that he knows more about it than the average pet owner! 🙂
What he lacks in veterinary, he makes up for in marketing.
He is the one who started the project and invested in making I Love Veterinary what it is today!
Danka is a vital part of our tech team, if it wasn’t for her, there wouldn’t be articles on the blog. 🙂
She enjoys long walks in nature, staying active and caring for her seven pet companions. Her friends joke that she’s an “all kind of animal” person and she’s often the first one they turn to when they need animal care advice.
A self-confessed Zoophilist (animal lover) and practitioner of all things pun related, Sharmaine is one of our Word Sculptors and Eagle Eyes. When she is not pouring over content, she enjoys training her Potbelly and animal child, Scout!
Jaclyn is a Licensed Veterinary Technician (LVT) who has a bachelors degree in journalism. Combining her two interests of writing, and veterinary medicine is a true passion. Jaclyn has already created her own blog called The Four Legged Nurse (@thefourleggednurse) and looks forward to contributing to I Love Veterinary! Jaclyn is blessed with two children, a wonderful husband, and four devoted fur babies. In her free time she loves spending time with her family, reading, and riding horses
Catharina is a Veterinary Medicine student at University of Copenhagen. When she isn’t in the library, stuck to the books, she’s a freelance writer and avid photographer. Capturing with her camera everything from dancers to dogs – her poodle Bailey being a frequent subject!
Helen is a small animal veterinarian from New Zealand. Animals have always been a big passion of hers and working with them is a dream come true. In her spare time Helen loves traveling to exotic locations and volunteering her time and skills to help animals around the world. Education is a
passion of hers and she is excited to be able to contribute to I Love Veterinary to inform passionate animal-lovers around the world.
Alianna graduated Massey University with a Bachelor of Veterinary Technology degree in 2015. She moved to Australia in 2016 to pursue her passion in reptiles and exotic animals and has been working as a veterinary technician/nurse in an exotic animal veterinary clinic. Veterinary medicine and welfare of aquatic, herpatological, invertebral, and Australian fauna species are her special interests.
Akosua is a Veterinary Medical Student at the University of Ghana. She likes writing during her free time and sharing her knowledge about veterinary medicine (she found the perfect combo here 🙂 ). Her passion is to inspire Veterinary professionals and change the perspective of animal love in developing countries through her work and writing passion of hers and she is excited to be able to contribute to I Love Veterinary to inform passionate animal-lovers around the world.
Originally from the deep eastern suburbs of Johannesburg in South Africa, I grew up fairly feral, without shoes, on a farm surrounded by pets of all shapes and sizes. I have always kept close company with animals but never thought that they would be such a big part of my life by becoming a part of my career. I love being a veterinarian as it is such a diverse occupation, always changing and always challenging. I qualified as a vet in 2015 from Onderstepoort.
Contributors and Partners
Amber is a Licensed Vet Tech with a passion to spread awareness for animal welfare and knowledge as far and often as she can!
Arais is a graduated Animal Care Assistant and has done work experience in veterinary practices. In her free time, she volunteers in an animal sanctuary while fostering and rescuing kittens! She dedicates her life to animal welfare and loves all things writing and content creation, she also has three rescued purr-assistants who help her (they enjoy walking on top of her laptop!): Romeo, Lady, and Raven. This year she is starting her degree in Veterinary Nursing in Ireland.
Rochelle is a veterinarian board-certified in theriogenology (animal reproduction). She works as a general practitioner with a special focus on reproduction at Opelika Animal Hospital in Auburn Alabama. Rochelle always had a special affinity for animals growing up. As a veterinarian she is passionate about educating clients, empowering them with knowledge. This allows them to provide their pets the best preventive health care and embrace the human-animal bond.
Meg qualified as a veterinarian in Queensland, Australia in 2015. She spent her first couple of years working in rural Australia, before moving across the water and locuming in the United Kingdom. She enjoys the variety of general practice, and is passionate about client education. When not ‘vetting’ she spends her time writing on a variety of subjects, obsessively reading, painting, and seeking the quietest corners of the world for inspiration.
Do you want to join the team?
If you are passionate about veterinary medicine and you want to spread your knowledge and help us grow, write us a message and we will see if you are the right fit to join the team.