Annaliese Morgan

Annaliese qualified as a veterinary nurse from Edinburgh in Scotland and went on to obtain a diploma in advanced veterinary nursing in surgery from London. Throughout this time, she worked in both small and mixed veterinary practices and gained head nurse status. Responsible for training other veterinary nurses she also ran the nursing department, nurse clinics and patient care protocols. She has looked after thousands of patients and owners and created new higher standard nursing regimes, whilst specializing in surgery and anesthesia. After being asked to co-author numerous veterinary nursing textbooks, Annaliese continued to write for further mainstream publications in the UK and USA and after twenty-plus years in both the veterinary and pet care professions, she hung up her scrub suit and now writes full-time.

Week-by-Week Recovery Guide From Your Dog’s ACL Surgery – Vet-Approved Advice

The cruciate ligament refers to two ligaments in the knee. These ligaments form an “X” within the knee and provide stability, keeping the joint from moving in directions and positions it is not supposed to. The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is the front ligament of the two and is the term used in human medicine. […]

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Can Puppies Chew On Bones? Vet Approved Risks & Safe Alternatives

Giving your puppy a bone seems like a natural gesture. After all, dogs and bones tend to go hand-in-hand with one another. However, not everything natural is good, safe, or healthy for dogs, especially growing puppies. So, is a bone a sensible option to offer a puppy to chew on? Unfortunately, letting your puppy chew

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How to Help a Dog With Separation Anxiety: Vet-Reviewed Tips & Tricks

We all know that dogs are highly sociable animals and love having us around. Unfortunately, some dogs become anxious and distressed when they are left on their own and this is commonly referred to as separation anxiety. The signs that a dog will display with separation anxiety are variable but are typically unwanted and destructive

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Semi-Moist, Dry & Canned Dog Food: Vet-Reviewed Pros & Cons

The world of dog food, diets, and what to feed your dog specifically has become an ever-changing topic. With so many brands, flavors, and types these days, it has almost become a complicated and mysterious affair to unravel. Yet it shouldn’t be. Your veterinarian, vet tech/nurse, or veterinary nutritionist are by far the best people

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My Dog Stares at Me: Vet-Reviewed Reasons, Meaning & Facts

Understanding your dog’s body language paves the way for successful pet parenting. It is a great skill to possess, and once understood, it provides an effective communication route between you and your dog. We all like to be understood, after all. Dogs communicate, let their feelings be known, and express their intentions by using a

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Dog Trancing: What Is It & Why Does It Happen? Vet-Approved Facts

Many people have heard the term “being in a trance,” but only a few know that it can (somewhat) apply to dogs. Dog trancing, also known as trance-like syndrome, ghost-walking, or weed-walking, is a behavior exhibited in some dogs where they appear to enter a trance-like or frozen-like state, usually walking very slowly and often

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When to Take Your Dog to an Emergency Vet & How to Find One: Vet Approved Advice

Whenever there is a medical emergency, acting promptly with correct action is vital to a positive outcome. Even when you’re not totally sure if hauling them to the emergency clinic is necessary, you know your dog best, so if something feels off, trust your gut and get them help as soon as possible. Emergency veterinary

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How to Care for a Tripod Dog: 10 Vet-Approved Recovery & Exercise Tips

The term “tripod dog” refers to a dog with only three legs, but you might also hear them referred to as tripawds. As you likely already know, the process of leg amputation for pets is an extremely emotional and taxing process, for both of you. Caring for a tripod dog requires some special considerations, but

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Unspayed Female Dog Problems: Vet Reviewed Problems & What to Avoid

“Unspayed” refers to a female dog who has their reproductive system present and intact. Surgical sterilization of a female dog refers to the removal of the ovaries and the uterus (ovariohysterectomy) or just the ovaries (ovariectomy). This surgery is commonly referred to as spaying or neutering. Whether or not to spay your bitch is one of

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Can Dogs Breed With Wolves? Vet Reviewed Ethics & Responsibilities

For centuries, dogs and wolves have captivated our imagination with their striking similarities and allure. But can these two species actually breed and produce offspring? The answer is a complex yes. Yes, dogs and wolves can interbreed, as they belong to the same genus (Canis), but it is not without issues. Dogs (Canis lupus familiaris)

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Muzzle vs. Gentle Leader: Vet-Reviewed Differences (With Pictures)

Muzzles and gentle leaders serve distinct purposes. A muzzle is typically used for safety reasons, like to prevent biting or eating unwanted objects, whereas a gentle leader is designed to gently guide and control your dog’s head, promoting better behavior on walks. While a muzzle restricts a dog’s ability to open their mouth fully, a

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