Lucy Carter

BVSc MRCVS

I graduated from the University of Liverpool in July 2020 and have been working in small animal practice since then, in both first opinion and referral settings. I have a special interest in anaesthesia and pain management. Outside of the vet world I am kept occupied by my Patterdale Terrier, Flossie, and enjoy CrossFit.

Latest articles by Lucy Carter

What painkillers can rabbits have?
Pet Products
What painkillers can rabbits have?
Just like we can, rabbits can perceive pain, which can be distressing for both them and their owner. Previous studies have shown that pain relief was underused in rabbits, but this seems to be improving as more research…
January 28, 2023 • 81 shares
What is the difference between sedation and an anaesthetic?
Life as vet - what its like
What is the difference between sedation and an anaesthetic?
Both sedations and general anaesthetics are performed every day in veterinary practice, and are required for all sorts of procedures. In many aspects, the two are quite similar, but they have very different uses. Let’s l…
January 8, 2023 • 11 shares
Are there veterinary pain management clinics?
Animal Welfare
Are there veterinary pain management clinics?
Pain management clinics are becoming more common and increasingly popular with owners of animals suffering with chronic pain. In recent years, there has been more research into the physiology of pain, as well a wider var…
December 30, 2022 • 10 shares
Caring for old dogs in the winter
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Caring for old dogs in the winter
As the weather gets colder and the days get shorter, it’s important to think about the impact this has on our pets. Older dogs in particular need a little extra attention this time of year. What can we do to make sure th…
December 27, 2022 • 122 shares
How can I tell when my rabbit’s pain isn’t controlled anymore?
end of life
How can I tell when my rabbit’s pain isn’t controlled anymore?
Rabbits are the third most popular pet in the UK and can make wonderful companions. Sadly, just like us, they can experience pain. While it generally has a protective function, if left uncontrolled it can seriously impac…
December 5, 2022 • 23 shares
How can I tell when my dog's pain isn't controlled any more?
Dogs
How can I tell when my dog's pain isn't controlled any more?
Pain is something that we all experience, even dogs. Many of our beloved pets will unfortunately experience pain at some point in their lives, and we should endeavour to keep it appropriately controlled. Particularly in…
November 1, 2022 • 238 shares • 1 comments
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