Who Is the SkeptVet?

A bit of background about me to set the stage for the upcoming videos on medical topics.

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5 Responses to Who Is the SkeptVet?

  1. Well done, sir! I look forward to the upcoming videos.
    -Steve

    PS: I enjoyed the music, Lark in the Morning, one of my favorite fiddle tunes.

  2. v.t. says:

    Along with having an impressive CV, you’re also Scottish 🙂

    Thanks for also (thus far) embedding your SkeptVet TV videos right on the blog, some people, like me, get horribly distracted on youtube!

  3. Dr. Karim says:

    Very happy to see you working with videos now! Looking forward to all the content to come 🙂

  4. Dena Ellison says:

    So glad I found your blog! My dogs lived 16 1/2 years and 17 years on commercial diets, so I know the nonsense Dr. Marty and others use to push their ridiculously expensive products is just that – nonsense. It’s hard to convince some people, though, and grateful for your efforts in that regard.

    In addition to their regular diet, we discovered early on that our current dogs like a bite here and there of raw fruit and veggies. Things like carrot, banana, apple, blueberry, brussels sprouts, and cucumber, and strawberry out of my garden is their current favorite. We also research before we give them anything, so I believe these are all safe. I would love to see a blog post on the advantages/disadvantages of this vs commercial treats.

  5. skeptvet says:

    Thanks, glad the blog is useful for you.

    I don’t think there is any specific data on the health benefits of fresh fruit and veggies as treats. Agreed not harmful, could be helpful, probably know one knows for sure. 🙂

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