Comedian and Vet Technician, Velina Taskov and Vet Assistant Brittany Hartfelder host the I Killed Your Dog Podcast, where the only thing they kill is your perceptions of the veterinary industry.
Listen to these two facetiously giggle at macabre stories and candidly discuss the foibles and rewarding work of Veterinary Medicine.
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I Killed Your Dog in quarantine
After experiencing technical difficulties, Velina and Brittany are back!
The girls are talkin' shit again, and by shit, we mean canine fecal excrement.
While Velina is "enjoying" her leisure time in quarantine, Brittany shares with us her fears of being kidnapped by a client and that her dreams of becoming a professional dog groomer are dashed!
Brittany and Velina are ADR in this episode as Velina discusses her setbacks with her quarantino vino meanwhile Brittany loves her job so much she traps clients into conversations.
Taking a left turn off vet topics, Velina despondently binges Yellowstone and gets a bit worked up in her investment into the show before the girls discover a new segment: Vent-a-lot-Velina.
When is it a good time to ask your vet friends for advice?
I Killed Your Dog with Heather
Due to technical difficulties, (shit wifi in Aussie plague jail) we were unable to release our intended episode so this week's episode was recorded in NOV 2020, Canadian edition!
Our guest this week is Dr. Heather, a self-professed mega nerd veterinarian!
Heather starts off with a story about a drunk client abusing her post a horrifying euth.
The girls cover a wide range of topics; from decapitated cats, anal glands in the cornea, crying at lunchtime, and the Fetotomy story that inspired Heather to become a vet.
Brittany and Velina learn what a rusty load is and Heather educates us about the mishaps of coyote research.
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I Killed Your Dog at LAX
Velina and Brittany do an episode at LAX airport before Talk-a-lot-Taskov is to board her plane. The girls drunkenly discuss Velina's Seattle adventures and her FIRST first-class experience.
Cockroach Brittany talks about her week at work; idiopathic cystitis and the first foreign body surgery of the year.
The girls read out a gruesome horse euth story from Northern Virginia followed by messages from our other listeners.
Will Talk-a-lot-Taskov make it on her flight? Tune in to next weeks episode...
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I Killed your dog with Velina and Brittany in the US and A
Booze over the Border!
Velina is stuck in the States while Brittany is dealing with a mud storm back in Kelowna. The girls catch up on their week and read out messages from their listeners full of dog jizz and praise.
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I Killed Your Dog with Laurie
The girls are joined by Laurie, a Vet tech with 20 years of experience!
Velina and Brittany prattle on about Vee's covid test and flights going to Australia. Laurie starts off with a banger of a story: dog semen and cows being attacked by bears with an unexpected ending.
We delve deeper into Laurie's snake phobia and pranks that Velina has done at work.
This week's episode ends with horse euthanasia and laughing at negative feedback.
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I Killed Your Dog with Liz
In this week's episode, we are joined by Liz, a vet assistant that works at a local animal shelter.
The girls ask about the difference between working at a vet clinic vs working at a shelter. Liz tells us about ducks, goats, African greys and rats. Velina shares an embarrassing voicemail and the curse of having an accent in a foreign country.
Velina and Brittany plug the Interior Wildlife Rehabilitation Society, a new wildlife group in the Okanagan.
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Customer ReviewsSee All
I’m a vet tech from the US and it’s so nice to hear how we all face the same things! You are so right that we have to laugh or else we’d be in horrible mental health states!
I was literally crying on my way home this was so funny. As someone from the US hearing about kangaroos wasn’t what I was expecting, but so freaking funny.