Tania Chan

I'm Tania, a vet student at the University of Edinburgh. I'm originally from Hong Kong (a long way from my friends and family!) but I have absolutely enjoyed every moment of living and studying in Edinburgh. Upon graduation, I hope to be in a first opinion practice working with cats and dogs. Although, I do have a soft spot and increasing interest for rabbits, so I might try to explore that further... we'll see! In the meantime, I'll be studying for exams and trying to learn as much as possible on placements. When I am not doing either of those things, I enjoy dancing, cooking, and going out on long walks (Scottish weather permitting, of course).

Latest articles by Tania Chan

Why do dogs lick you?
Behaviour
Why do dogs lick you?
Face licking is a common behaviour in dogs. While some of us thoroughly enjoy these ‘doggy kisses’, others may be more reluctant to receive this attention, especially after having witnessed their dog engulfing some quest…
November 6, 2021 • 102 shares
Things you need for a kitten
Cats
Things you need for a kitten
Getting a kitten can be exciting and fill your home with happiness. However, without the right preparation that joy can quickly turn into panic. Making sure you have all the right things to welcome your feline companion…
September 28, 2021 • 30 shares
What is the best dog TV channel?
Dogs
What is the best dog TV channel?
It is time to make some more room on the sofa because your dog will soon be joining you as a couch potato. Yes, you read it right – there are now a rising number of TV channels and shows, produced exclusively for dogs! W…
September 11, 2021 • 57 shares • 1 comments
Breeds of dogs that don’t moult
Dogs
Breeds of dogs that don’t moult
Those of us who have or have had dogs know the endless cycle of finding dog hair on your furniture, cleaning it up, and inevitably finding more waiting for you there after a short while, in the exact same spot. Having a…
August 13, 2021 • 43 shares
What are the signs of dementia in dogs?
Dogs
What are the signs of dementia in dogs?
Just like humans, dogs can develop illnesses, including dementia, as they age. This condition is scientifically termed ‘canine cognitive dysfunction’ (CCD). While the specific signs of this condition will vary from dog t…
August 5, 2021 • 65 shares
Can dogs eat cat food?
Diet
Can dogs eat cat food?
Many dogs, no matter the breed or age, seem to find cat food irresistible. Those of us who have both cats and dogs may face this feeding scenario – the dog will finish their own meal, then move onto whatever the cat has…
July 11, 2021 • 18 shares
Log In
Register

Registration confirmation will be emailed to you

By joining the Forum, I agree that I am aged over 18 and that I will abide by the Community Guidelines and the Terms

Or

Report a Thread or Reply

Thank you for your help. A member of our team will investigate this further.

Back to forum