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Dr. Victoria Strong, BVSc BSc (Hons)

United Kingdom University of Nottingham Vet School and Freelance

Highlights

  • Veterinary communication, small animal practice, exotic animal medicine

Education

BVSc 2010 University of Liverpool / BSc (Hons) Veterinary Pathology 2008 Royal Vet College, London / DVetMed (Zoo & Exotic Animal Medicine) 2017 University of Nottingham / Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice (PGCAP) to become FHEA, 2022 / Nottingham Trent University

Experience

I am a vet with over 10 years' experience in the veterinary industry and a background in not only clinical practice, but also education and research. In 2008 I was awarded a First Class BSc in Veterinary Pathology from the Royal Veterinary College, London. I qualified as a vet from the University of Liverpool in 2010 and in 2017, completed a combined clinical and research postgraduate Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine (DVetMed) at the University of Nottingham. I have worked in education for 8 years. I currently hold the position of Clinical Assistant Professor at Nottingham Vet School and am a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (AFHEA). ​ Whether in the classroom, consulting room or presenting at a conference, at the core of every one of my best days at work is veterinary communication. ​I thrive when given the chance to communicate my expertise in real-world settings, to inform and engage those who live and work with animals, and empower them to make the best decisions for animal health and wellbeing.

About

Outside of work I'm kept busy running after my two children and two dogs. I have two rescue cats - Plum who I hand-reared from 24 hours old and Gilbert, who only has 3 legs! On the odd occasion I find time, I like doing exercise (running, bike riding) and spending time with friends and family.


RECENT ARTICLES:


Hip Dysplasia In Cats: Symptoms, Diagnosis, & Treatment

Hip dysplasia is the name given to an abnormally formed hip joint. It is caused by a combination of genetics and environmental factors. Although uncommon in most cats, some pure breeds (such as Maine Coon cats, Himalayan and Persian breeds) are prone to hip dysplasia. It is also more common in cats that are overweight and obese. Feline hip dysplasia...

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The 4 Key Benefits Of Chiropractic Care For Cats

Are you thinking of taking your cat to see a chiropractor but want to know more about the possible benefits of chiropractic adjustments in cats? It’s becoming more common for pet parents to seek out alternatives to conventional veterinary medicine, and complementary therapies such as animal chiropractic care are becoming more and more popular.1 It is clear to see why...

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