"I love being a vet because my job is just incredible. There are definitely days that are heartbreaking, but there are so many more day that are heart-bursting and they make it so worthwhile."
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To celebrate the search for Australia's next TV vet, we will be giving away five Mad Paws prizes worth $50 each for the best five comments on our Final Five's videos. You can use it for dog walks, pet day care or pet sitting/hosting services!
Ema is a number 1 vet. She is made for TV and is the best choice by far. Her veterinary skills are 2nd to none and she has a bubbly personality to match. Always gives 100% and there are many furry friends out there enjoying life thanks to her skills.
Ema is extremely organised and professional. No matter what she is involved with there is no need to worry a thing. I would always trust her with taking care of my animals life and know she would do everything possible to do the best job with it.
1. I met Ema while she was travelling through europe. She is such an interesting, funny and intelligent person. You do not meet many people who care so much for people and especially their furry friends.
Ema is amazing. Her knowledge and expertise are second to none. She is "Bondi Vet" for sure!! Ema for number 1
Ema is amazing! She is the best choice for Bondi Vet. Her knowledge and expertise are above the ordinary and her personality just oozes TV!. She is the one!!
Ema is amazing! I would love to see her on the show and I bet everyone else does too. She is just beautiful, has great humor and big caring heart ❤️ My number 1 vet!
Ema is a great vet who has cared for our two dogs Rooster and Coco Chanel the Kelpie. She is kind, caring and a great communicator. She would be the best ever Bondi Vet.
Ema is an wonderful vet, I had a great time working with her at East side vet emergency in Sydney. Definitely a passionate educator and taught me a thing or two.
Hello Dr Ema, we have a 15 year old rescue dog Walty who has a habit of walking to his food and water bowls as if in slow motion. Can you pls advise whether this is something needing attention. He is otherwise a truly joyful, loving boy.
Hi Dr Ema, our 15yr-old rescue doggie Walty has the habit of walking to his food and water bowls as if in slow motion. Can you please explain this behaviour and if we need to do something to help him. He's otherwise a joyous playful old man.