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Sue Samuelsson

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Meet Dr Sue Samuelsson

One of her clients said: "Dr Sue Rocks! From outback Australia to eclectic clients worldwide via her i-Vet service, Sue treats all types of animals cats, dogs, horses, sick joeys, sea turtles and injured crocodiles. Passionate about bringing veterinary care to people who find it hard to access care either through distance or economics."

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Dogs with behavioural problems are often surrendered to pounds and euthanased.
Do you think our community needs more information about science based dog training, how to relate with dogs, and the importance of socialisation for puppies and older dogs?
How would you make this available to disadvantaged individuals and communities?

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Posted about 1 year ago

How do you support new graduates and vet students within the industry, especially when it comes to stress and mental health issues?

Posted about 1 year ago

How do you support new graduates and vet students within the industry, especially when it comes to stress and mental health issues?

Posted about 1 year ago

I think it would be great to have a vet from the Northern Territory on the show. Generally the Northern Territory misses out on these types of opportunities.

Posted about 1 year ago

I agree! NT vets get to do some pretty cool stuff too!

drsueSue Samuelsson responded about 1 year ago

She is kind, and passionate with what she does, also has experienced all kinds of animals we could learn a lot from 'Bondi Vet Dr Sue'

Posted about 1 year ago

Thank you!

drsueSue Samuelsson responded about 1 year ago

Because Dr Sue can show how unique the NT is with different animals and experiences.

Posted about 1 year ago

Our wildlife changes too through out the seasons- Magpie Geese in the build up and dragon flies in the dry!

drsueSue Samuelsson responded about 1 year ago

She is kind, and passionate with what she does

Posted about 1 year ago

Thank you!

drsueSue Samuelsson responded about 1 year ago

I don't know Sue, but I have heard from word of mouth around town how wonderful she is.

Posted about 1 year ago

Thank you, good to know that's the word around town!

drsueSue Samuelsson responded about 1 year ago

Sue has had amazing experiences in remote NT and this and her down to earth persona will win over the Australian audience for sure!

Posted about 1 year ago

Thank you!

drsueSue Samuelsson responded about 1 year ago

Sue has taught my young children all about caring for our pets.... with patience I just don't have. Great community volunteer, excellent vet. Our 5 horses, 2 dogs and 5000 cows have the best vet in Australia. Go Sue!!

Posted about 1 year ago

Thank you Bethaney! I particularly love your girls on your pony Itch. Classic!

drsueSue Samuelsson responded about 1 year ago

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