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
Do Skinny Pigs Make Good Pets?
Human artificial selection and breeding practices have, for better or worse, created a huge variation within domestic species. We’re all familiar with different breeds of dogs and cats, but did you know there are differe…
June 9, 2023
Pins, Plates and Screws – What’s the Vet Doing When They Repair Broken Bones?
Veterinary care has come a long way since the days of old. Many injuries and illnesses that were previously difficult to treat are now routine. Orthopaedic surgery is a great example of this. However, orthopaedics is oft…
June 4, 2023
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Why Does My Dog Hump Me?
Dogs do some strange things, and it can be a mystery what is going on inside their little heads sometimes! Humping is a common behaviour seen by owners – what could humping mean? Is your dog always being randy? Or can it…
May 27, 2023
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What to Expect When Your Dog Goes in to be Castrated
Castration, or surgical removal of the testicles, is one of the most common veterinary procedures for male dogs. Castration is widely recommended for most non-breeding male dogs to prevent unwanted pregnancy in intact fe…
May 22, 2023
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Why Is My Dog’s Poo Like Water?
Responsible owners should always pick up after their dog. This means that changes to a dog’s toileting are often the first sign something is wrong that you notice. One of the most common changes is having stools like wat…
May 11, 2023
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Acupuncture – What’s the Evidence?
Acupuncture is a controversial subject. Some claim the practice is all pseudoscience with no basis in facts, others that it can cure a number of serious diseases. Many medical practitioners believe the answer lies somewh…
May 7, 2023
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