Dr. Diana Hasler BVM&S MRCVS
Dr. Diana Hasler graduated with distinction from the University of Edinburgh Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies in 2018. She has experience working as a small animal veterinarian in general practice, where she has treated many dogs, cats, rabbits, and rodents. She has also recently branched out into the field of medical communications, doing freelance work as a medical editor and writer. Dr. Hasler currently lives in Edinburgh where she enjoys spending time with her husband Gavin and playing with their feisty tabby cat Poppy.
Vet's Guide Excessive licking in dogs can be caused by a number of factors, but it can be treated. Let’s take a closer look….
Vet's guide If you've noticed your dog spinning in circles, you may begin to wonder is it simply quirky behavior or do they require veterinary attention?
Vet's guide Canine compulsive disorder shares many similarities with obsessive compulsive disorder in humans—keep reading to learn more about this condition
Vet's guide Have you wondered if your dog would benefit from taking Prozac? Read on to learn more about Prozac for dogs
Vet's guide How long is a dog pregnant and what can you expect during this period? Vet Dr Diana Hasler explores this topic further
Vet's guide Metronidazole for dogs is an antimicrobial that is commonly prescribed in veterinary practice—read on to learn more about its uses
Vet's guide Distemper can be deadly in dogs—keep reading to learn more about this disease and how to prevent it
Vet's guide Does your dog think every day is hump day? Let’s dive into why some dogs hump incessantly and how to stop this behavior
Vet's guide Kidney failure due to chronic kidney disease is commonly diagnosed in older cats—read on to learn more about this condition and how to spot it
Vet's guide FIV in cats is similar to HIV in humans—read on to learn more about this disease
Vet's guide Feline leukemia virus, or FeLV, is one of the most common infectious diseases seen in cats—keep reading to learn more
Vet's guide Canine degenerative myelopathy is a debilitating disease of the spinal cord in dogs—read on to learn more about this condition
Advice Rabies vaccinations for our feline friends are essential to prevent the disease—but how often do cats need rabies shots? Keep reading to find out...
Advice Pondering the question 'how often should I brush my dog's teeth?' Read on to find out all about keeping your canine companion's pearly whites sparkling
Vet's guide It is frequently taken by humans to combat allergies, but is Benadryl for dogs too? A vet gives their expert advice
Advice Diabetic ketoacidosis in dogs is a life-threatening medical emergency—keep reading to find out more about this condition in dogs.
Vet's guide Find out more about which diet is best for a diabetic dog, including which foods are best avoided
Advice Hypoglycemia in dogs has the potential to be life-threatening. Keep reading to find out more about this condition
Vet's guide Curious to find out about diabetes mellitus in dogs? Read on to learn more about this condition
Advice What is bloat in dogs? We reveal everything you need to know about this life-threatening emergency that requires immediate veterinary attention
Advice Pondering the question ‘can dogs be autistic?’ Let’s have a closer look at whether autism or other developmental disorders can occur in dogs
Advice Grain-free dog foods are trending amongst pet owners—but are they a good option for your pooch?
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