In the nearly two years I have been producing this blog, there have been a lto of changes. The visual format, links, and organization structure has changed. I have changed, and hopefully improved, my writing style and content. And the number of readers (or at least hits) has grown from a few dozen a day to a couple hundred.
My purpose for doing this, unpaid and in my severely limited spare time, is to create a useful resoource for pet owners and veterinarians, and to bring a scientific, skeptical, fact-based approach to evaluating potential veterinary therapies. However, it is not always easy to know when I am succeeding and when I am not. So I have created a short survey to find out a little more about who is reading this blog and what you think about the fromat and, most improtantly, the content. Of course, it’s easy for those who disagree with my approach entirely to simply dismiss in all the ways I illustrated recently. But for those who do find the content on this site useful, or who feel they could if some changes were made, I ask that you take a few moments to give me some feedbakc and suggestions to make what I do here more useful for you.
Please, let me know what you think by taking the SkeptVet Survey.
April 17, 2011: The SkeptVet Survey is now closed. Thanks to all who participated!