You just never know…

I am as bad as Waldo…you just never know where I will pop up! I am thrilled to be included on HGTV Gardens.

http://www.hgtvgardens.com/gardens/creating-a-safe-environment-for-your-canine

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Be careful what you wish for…

* The following is an excerpt from Tennessee Tails:Pets and Their People.

The Mixed Metaphor

As I slogged through school, life continued to happen, with all its joys and challenges. There were days of loneliness when I longed for a companion, days of sorrow when I needed a cuddle. No one could doubt that I needed help. Be careful what you wish for, they say. Well, sometimes it’s probably good advice. On the other hand, even the occasional nightmare can be fun. Continue reading

Have you seen these cute videos?

One of my patient’s mom made this video for me.  It makes me laugh and I hope you like it too!

Dr. Kathryn Primm is a practicing small animal veterinarian and blogger. She has consulted on articles for national magazines, done numerous radio interviews and appeared on local television. She has contributed to an article for Woman’s Day in Feb 2014 and an upcoming piece for Prevention magazine, slated to appear in April 2015.
She has a social media presence on Twitter, Facebook and Google+ and enjoys interaction with others about her passions, animals and communication. She is a regular contributor to Boomeon, the online community which can be found atwww.boomeon.com .Her current projects include KatNipsTV, an online video series to educate and amuse people who like animals and this blog. She has also written a book, Tennessee Tails:Pets and Their People. The book received recognition as Runner Up in the Memoirs category at a national book festival. The next book is well underway with more stories about the animals Dr. Primm treats and the people who love them. You can find out more about and by Dr. Primm on her web site http://www.drprimm.com.

My child has Strep throat, should I test my pets?

In the cold and flu season, I thought this needed to be re-posted. I even had a mom text me this question this week! 🙂

Dr. Kathryn Primm is a practicing small animal veterinarian and blogger. She has consulted on articles for national magazines, done numerous radio interviews and appeared on local television. She has contributed to an article for Woman’s Day in Feb 2014 and an upcoming piece for Prevention magazine, slated to appear in April 2015.
She has a social media presence on Twitter, Facebook and Google+ and enjoys interaction with others about her passions, animals and communication. She is a regular contributor to Boomeon, the online community which can be found atwww.boomeon.com .Her current projects include KatNipsTV, an online video series to educate and amuse people who like animals and this blog. She has also written a book, Tennessee Tails:Pets and Their People. The book received recognition as Runner Up in the Memoirs category at a national book festival. The next book is well underway with more stories about the animals Dr. Primm treats and the people who love them. You can find out more about and by Dr. Primm on her web site http://www.drprimm.com.

Check out my new web site! www.drprimm.com

My new site is going to be a great single stop for everything to take the best care of your pets.  We will have a page with links to coupons and rebates for pet products so you won’t have to search forever to find what you need. We will “vet” products and offers for you so you won’t have to.  With a single click, you will be able to see what’s happening on my calendar and check the progress of my next book. There will be links to my YouTube channel and the upcoming KatNipsTV video series.

The future looks fun and busy! http://www.drprimm.com