Joe Dunne

BVMedSci (hons), BVM BVS (hons), MRCVS

Originally from rural Suffolk, after graduating from the University of Nottingham in 2021, Joe decided to stay up in the Midlands to work for a local vet. Joe has a keen interest in soft tissue surgery and ultrasonography, and is looking forward to developing both those skills in his first job. In his spare time, Joe likes to read, paint landscapes Bob Ross style, hike, go to the gym, and cook. He lives close to work, surrounded by his artworks and far too many plants! Back home in Suffolk, he has two cats and a corn snake lovingly cared for by his family.

Latest articles by Joe Dunne

Why is it a Problem to Not Clean up After Your Dog?
Dogs
Why is it a Problem to Not Clean up After Your Dog?
There are some things we can universally agree are quite disgusting. Chewing with your mouth open, the smell of the black bins… oh, and stepping in dog poo! Seriously, it’s 2021! Surely we shouldn’t have to be dealing wi…
November 25, 2021 • 56 shares
How Much Language do Dogs Understand?
Behaviour
How Much Language do Dogs Understand?
Language is complicated. Whether it’s communicating abroad, struggling to learn French or those weekly spelling tests in school, we’ve all faced language misunderstandings and difficulties. Now imagine trying to communic…
November 20, 2021 • 33 shares
8 Signs your Dog is Smarter than Average
Behaviour
8 Signs your Dog is Smarter than Average
Dogs can be pretty smart. They learn tricks, obey commands, work alongside humans in serious jobs and even sniff out drugs, bombs and cancer! On the other hand, we’ve seen enough dogs that have eaten chocolate, golf ball…
November 7, 2021 • 112 shares
How to Care for a Newborn Puppy
New Pet
How to Care for a Newborn Puppy
Those of you who have had children probably know how stressful and time-consuming caring for a helpless infant can be! Those of us who haven’t (myself included!) can probably never imagine it! But perhaps there are some…
October 30, 2021 • 49 shares
We all know there’s been a boom in pet ownership but where did all these new dogs and cats actually come from?
Dogs
We all know there’s been a boom in pet ownership but where did all these new dogs and cats actually come from?
The last few years have been tough for us all. That’s why it’s no surprise that many people have turned to the comfort of pets to help get them through it. Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, there has been a hu…
October 20, 2021 • 37 shares
Is Dog DNA Testing Reliable?
Dogs
Is Dog DNA Testing Reliable?
Today’s article is inspired by one of our readers who purchased a Collie x Whippet puppy from a breeder. Anyone familiar with Whippets knows that they are one of the longest-legged breeds of dog out there… and Collies ar…
October 19, 2021 • 70 shares
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