Joe Dunne

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

After graduating from vet school in 2021, Joe decided to live near the beautiful Peak District and joined a local vets as the newest vet on the team. Joe has a keen interest in soft tissue surgery and ultrasonography, and is looking forward to developing both those skills during his time as a new grad.

In his spare time, Joe likes to read, paint landscapes Bob Ross style, hike, go to the gym, and cook. He lives nearby surrounded by his artworks and far too many plants! Back in his hometown, he has two cats and a corn snake lovingly cared for by his family.

Latest articles by Joe Dunne

New Treatments for FIP - One Cat's Story
Case study
New Treatments for FIP - One Cat's Story
In a previous article, we looked at some of the new drugs that have recently become available for treating FIP in cats.  Feline Infectious Peritonitis in cats is traditionally considered a largely incurable and fatal dis…
September 13, 2022 • 12 shares
FIP in cats - is the cure here?
Cats
FIP in cats - is the cure here?
A year ago we wrote an article about Feline Infectious Peritonitis in cats, traditionally a largely incurable and fatal disease. However, we ended with some hope as new advanced antiviral drugs were starting to hit the m…
September 13, 2022 • 30 shares
What Does ‘Advanced Monitoring Equipment’ Mean on a Vets' Website, and is it Important?
New vet
What Does ‘Advanced Monitoring Equipment’ Mean on a Vets' Website, and is it Important?
Modern anaesthesia methods in human hospitals have come a long way from getting a patient drunk or just pinning them down by strong assistants, and thankfully veterinary medicine is just as advanced. As well as modern dr…
September 6, 2022 • 6 shares
Opinion or Evidence? A Conflict at the Heart of Veterinary Medicine
Life as vet - what its like
Opinion or Evidence? A Conflict at the Heart of Veterinary Medicine
Not everything a vet tells you is a certainty. We don’t lie, of course, but sometimes we must make educated guesses based on limited evidence or even our own experiences. This isn’t necessarily bad medicine or even risky…
September 5, 2022 • 13 shares
How Do I Find a Behaviourist for my Rabbit?
Behaviour
How Do I Find a Behaviourist for my Rabbit?
Though small, naughty rabbits can create a lot of problems for you and their rabbit companions. If you’re concerned about your rabbit’s behaviour, how do you find a behaviourist? When do you need a behaviourist? What do…
August 30, 2022 • 8 shares
Do Dogs Feel Pain When They Are Put to Sleep?
Animal Welfare
Do Dogs Feel Pain When They Are Put to Sleep?
Coming to the decision to have your dog put to sleep can be incredibly difficult. One of the most common concerns is whether euthanasia is painful for their dog. No one wants to put their dog through pain; but this reluc…
August 25, 2022 • 169 shares
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