Jane RVN blogs for pet owners with Any-UK-Vet.co.uk

I’m really pleased to announce that I’m now working with any-uk-Vet.co.uk to provide blogs for pet owners. This adds to my current blogging for Vet Times and Recruit4vets which are mainly focussed on the vet industry.

My first blog was concerning that thorny issue of being a vet nurse who owns a Peke – a flat faced dog of the type that has seen a lot of negative press recently. How do I feel about this and what do I do to keep Hollie healthy? Read more!

I’m really honoured to be chosen to speak directly to pet owners and share my knowledge and experience of being that curious hybrid of vet nurse/vet client as I progress throug the care needed for a high maintenance Peke and a cat who seems to let none of her chronic health issues hold her back.


2 thoughts on “Jane RVN blogs for pet owners with Any-UK-Vet.co.uk

  1. I am a BSO for Dogue de Bordeaux. I just love the breed so much and have owned, adopted and fostered them for nearly 20 years. I am also a Veterinary Nurse and often get judged for having/supporting a breed with brachycephalic issues. However, I would only rescue or adopt, never purchase any dog.


    1. Hi Sarah,

      Thanks for reading!

      That’s exactly how I feel. I will have another Peke or Peke type I’m sure. But it will be a rescue or failed foster! And hopefully a lovely ‘Paddington Nose’ and better joints!

      DDB are lovely and have such fantastic temperaments too – I can see why you love them.

      So perhaps being a BSO isn’t as bad as I thought?


      Jane and Hollie


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