BSc(VetSci)(Hons) BVM&S MRCVS
Beverley grew up in Cornwall and Aberdeen and qualified from the University of Edinburgh in 2020. While at the university, she was the first veterinary student to graduate with an intercalated degree in Literature and Medicine in 2018. As a small animal vet, she enjoys all aspects of general practice and has interests in dermatology, behaviour and diagnostic imaging. Writing for VetHelpDirect allows her to combine two passions in life. In her free time, she likes to read and write fiction.
Latest articles by Beverley Ho
Can supplements help treat atopic dermatitis in dogs?
Atopic dermatitis, otherwise known as allergic skin disease, is a chronic inflammatory dermatological disorder that causes itchiness in dogs. It is a complex disease that is influenced by genetic and environmental factor…
May 20, 2021
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Why don't we give dogs and cats vasectomies?
Neutering is an important aspect of preventative healthcare that most owners will consider. Vets recommend castration in male dogs and cats to stop their reproductive abilities, as well as reduce and prevent multiple hea…
Does my puppy have acne?
You may have noticed some raised pink spots and pimples on your puppy’s face. It looks suspiciously like the acne us humans suffer with, but what is it? Read on to find out more about what causes canine acne and how it c…
April 6, 2021
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Does Cat Playtime Help Save Wildlife?
In the UK, the estimated population of pet cats is 10.9 million. Domestic cats are considered to be one of the most abundant carnivores in the country. They are major predators of wildlife – birds and mammals, as well as…
March 27, 2021
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Why won’t my puppy give his toys back?
Play is an important part of a puppy’s development, providing both mental and physical stimulation. Not only that, it’s also a great way for you to establish a bond with your puppy. In some cases, you may find that they…
March 19, 2021
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What is the DHPP Vaccine for Dogs?
Each year, the time to take your dog to the vet for their annual health check comes around. During these consults, your dog receives their vaccines and their vaccination record (if you’ve remembered to bring it!) gets fi…