StumbledON: Informative Links for Vets and Pets; Patients and Clients

Hello Readers! It's the last day of May and I'm so exhilarated!!! I'm starting a new serial post titled StumbledON: Informative Links for Vets and Pets; Patients and Clients. As the name implies, I will be sharing interesting, informative and illuminative links from around the web. These are articles, videos that I find helpful and useful to me…

A Behind-the-Scenes look at Veterinary Residency in Nigeria with Dr. Bolu Sarumoh

MY MEMBERSHIP EXPERIENCE Back in 2012, I heard about the Membership programme and at first I was really excited because I wasn't aware of a residency programme available for vets up until that time. Then, when I found out about it, there were about 4 different specialities: Pathology; Medicine; Surgery and Public Health. Each university was…

Dr. Olisa: The Vet turned Professional Photographer

Sometime between my fourth and fifth year of vet school, during one of the many ASUU strikes that invariably plagued Nigerian federal universities, I became an intern On-Air-Personality (OAP) in my university's radio station. You see, I wanted to explore the artistic side of me and my flair for entertainment. And I did, for a few weeks till the…

10 Top Nigerian Breeders Talk about Building their Reputation (and More!)

It's safe to say that the cynophile community is growing larger by the day in Nigeria. {I also regularly get a number of emails requesting guidance in purchasing a new puppy}. Consequently, this means that more Nigerian breeders spring up by the minute. Is this a good thing?  Yes and No. Yes, in the sense…