aCCORDING TO A 2010 STUDY, PET OWNERS ARE THREE TIMES MORE LIKELY TO USE SOCIAL MEDIA THAN THE AVERAGE ADULT. tHATS AN INCREDIBLE STAT WHEN YOU CONSIDER THAT 74% OF ADULTS USE AT LEAST ONE SOCIAL NETWORK DAILY.
I fell in love with animals of all types as a child, and have since trained in veterinary science, and worked at three UK zoos. I'm passionate about animal health and welfare, and experienced with animals from cats and dogs to parrots, reptiles and exotic mammals. I'm also a trained behaviourist, and train Guide Dogs in my spare time. If you're trying to reach the large pet and animal industry, I've got the experience and knowledge you need.
I started my career in veterinary social media creating and implementing social media strategies for the RVC. I've recently finished writing a book on social media for veterinary practices, including the benefits, example strategies and exactly how to use social media for best results. I also run social media accounts for several veterinary practices, helping to ensure that they increase their reputation, attract new clients and promote products and clinics such as puppy parties successfully.
Some examples of work I've created can be found in my Portfolio, or you can take a look at these live pages: Drake Centre Pinterest, Vets To Go Facebook Page, Willows Vets Facebook Page, QVVH Facebook Page, QVVH Twitter, QVVH Pinterest. If you'd like further examples, please just ask!
Portfolio of Animal and Veterinary Science Writing
A feature length piece on microchipping written for a local dog rescue, and subsequently sold to two animal journals.
Section taken from an e-book on Pugs. This was one of a series of fifteen e-books written around dogs and dog training. Click the image for a preview of the book!