24 Day Challenge: Day 4 & Charlie is getting a nose job!

Can we just talk about the energy I’ve had today? Holy cow! This morning I woke up at 6am and didn’t even reset the alarm!! I jumped up and started getting ready for the gym and work and then headed out the door – but not before I took my catalyst and drank my spark!!Continue reading “24 Day Challenge: Day 4 & Charlie is getting a nose job!”

24 Day Challege: Day 2

Today I went to the SPCA of Westchester’s Walk and Pet Fair with my dogs! We hung out at the ASC/KBVC booth chatting with many people who had good and some not so good experiences at our hospitals, but overall the vibe was good! I walked around, made some contacts at a local YMCA andContinue reading “24 Day Challege: Day 2”

Dealing with euthanasia: a vet tech perspective 

I recently read a blog by a veterinary technician about how vet techs cry even though you may not see it. At the time I thought “wow this is so true” but today it hits home more than ever (I can’t find the link but once I do I will link to the post).  SometimesContinue reading “Dealing with euthanasia: a vet tech perspective¬†“

Good days and bad days

Anyone who has experienced any type of daily challenge can attest to good and bad days. As a veterinary nurse working with pet patients with cancer, I can also say that some days are good and some bad. Today was a bad day. We said goodbye to one of my favorite patients today – nowContinue reading “Good days and bad days”

Protect your pet from the winter weather!

As the cold weather approaches, many pet owners don’t know how to protect their loved ones from the cold! Here’s a few things to remember as the snow starts to fall: Bundle up! If your dog doesn’t have a plush fur coat make sure to bundle him/her up when the temperature drops! Be extra carefulContinue reading “Protect your pet from the winter weather!”