VetScoop is unique in that it is a true collaboration of a diverse group of veterinary professionals from varied backgrounds, areas of expertise, professional journeys, and personalities. We are here to provide pet owners with access to information that they can feel confident about and that will empower them, in turn, to make better decisions about the health and wellbeing of their pets in consultation with their local veterinarian.
When Should I Bring My Cat To The ER?
Ever wonder when you should take your cat to the ER? Here are a few tips from VetScoop’s Dr. Natalie Marks and Dr. Justine Lee. Check out the podcast!
✅ Changes in urination - specific to male cats
✅ Acute vomiting
When Should I Bring My Dog To The ER?
Should I stay or should I go now...to the the veterinary ER? This is a question pet owners ask themselves all the time. Dr. Natalie Marks and Dr. Justine Lee talk us through this dilemma on this week's VetScoop podcast. Spoiler alert...if abnormal behavior happens in the middle of the night, the answer is most likely, yes, go to the ER. 🏥🏥🏥
Has Your Cat's Litter Box Habits Changed?
Join VetScoop's Dr. Natalie Marks and Dr. Lisa Radosta as they break down the importance of litter box size, location and contents to ensure your cat is happy and healthy at home!
How Do Cats Show Us They Have Allergies?
Join VetScoop's Dr. Natalie Marks and Dr. Ashley Bourgeois while they discuss the "cat rule book" of interesting ways cats show us they have allergies. Your fur baby may be trying to manage this on their own while they are alone, but we are here to help you identify these sneaky behaviors so you can work with your veterinarian to identify their allergies and alleviate their discomfort! Hint, hint...fleas can be a common culprit.
Protecting Our Pets from Fear, Anxiety, and Stress
Dr. Marty Becker is the founder of Fear Free so this VetScoop podcast was tailor made for him. Our host, Dr. Natalie Marks, chats with Dr. Becker about all of the ways our pets encounter stress, the subtle signs we might not spot that can tell us they are stressed, and ways we can help them overcome these stresses.
Keeping Your House Safe for Pets
Dr. Justine Lee is a double boarded veterinarian in critical care and toxicology, so of course the perfect person to sit down with our host, Dr. Natalie Marks, to talk about ways we can make sure that our homes are safe for our pets. In this VetScoop podcast they cover everything from things our pets might chew or ingest, to issues with protecting our pets from medications and poisons. And of course we cover everything we need to do to keep our homes safe for the holidays.