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

If you had a choice for your own cat, how would you euthanase?
Cats
If you had a choice for your own cat, how would you euthanase?
Euthanasia means the painless ending of a patient’s life to end their suffering. It can be a very hard topic to talk about. But as pet owners, it’s very likely to be something that we experience. Cats in particular can b…
September 14, 2022 • 58 shares
Do German Shepherd Dogs have weak immune systems?
Dogs
Do German Shepherd Dogs have weak immune systems?
The immune system plays a crucial role in fighting off unwanted visitors into the body, including bacteria, viruses, fungi and parasites. While all dogs can be afflicted by immune conditions, some research suggests Germa…
July 20, 2022 • 14 shares
How to use cooling jackets for dogs
hazards
How to use cooling jackets for dogs
Summer is here! Even in the UK it can get very warm, particularly for our furry friends. It is important that we help them to stay as comfortable as possible in hot weather, and there are many different ways to do so. Co…
July 12, 2022 • 146 shares
Subscription services for dogs - are they worth it?
Dogs
Subscription services for dogs - are they worth it?
As owners, we all love to spoil our dogs. And what could be easier than having everything you could possibly need for your pet delivered right to your door? Subscription services are becoming very popular amongst many pe…
June 21, 2022 • 9 shares
What dog makes the best pet for families with small children?
Dogs
What dog makes the best pet for families with small children?
Dogs can be a wonderful addition to any family, providing companionship, a reason to get outside every day and unconditional love. All dogs have their individual personalities, and each family is likely to have a differe…
May 24, 2022 • 42 shares
How can we afford to insure older dogs?
Dogs
How can we afford to insure older dogs?
Insurance is often recommended to pet owners, in case of a requirement for veterinary treatment, be that for long-term treatment or in the case of an emergency. However, you will notice that as your dog gets older, insur…
May 8, 2022 • 33 shares
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