Welcome to VetSalus
A global network of veterinary specialists.
VetSalus is a new business initiative developed by a committed group of international veterinarians
The core business of VetSalus is to facilitate the placement of veterinary consultants who will provide expertise in all aspects of ‘One Health’, especially animal production and sustainable farming.
VetSalus is particularly interested in providing consultancy in Animal Welfare, Antimicrobial Usage and Sustainable Animal Production Systems. All VetSalus consultants are independent and meet strict criteria before approval.
VetSalus consultants have extensive experience in R&D projects. We can assist your R&D project in planning or data collection. We can also undertake to deliver the entire project, including final analysis and reporting.
VetSalus has experienced veterinary trainers available who can deliver detailed, practical training on a range of topics at a venue of your choosing.
If you are interested in joining our specialist global network and engaging with like minded vets.
If you have the skills and enthusiasm to become a VetSalus Consultant
Our network of experts is growing daily. Here are a few of the committed VetSalus experts.
Keep up to date with the latest news .
Measuring the Carbon Footprint at VetSalus
Since signing up to the SME Climate commitment, ‘Race to Zero’, earlier in the year VetSalus has begun to turn its focus to the carbon footprint generated by the business. As part of the commitment, VetSalus is required to report annually on progress, with the intention of halving our emissions by 2030 and becoming net zero by 2050. As VetSalus is a small organisation, it was assumed that this would be a relatively simple project. It soon became clear that this is not a simple topic.
Meet our Experts - Emily Gascoigne
Emily Gascoigne is part of our network of experts, read below to find out a little more about her work.
VetSalus Book Review: Under a White Sky: Elizabeth Kolbert
Elizabeth Kolbert’s “The Sixth Extinction”, which was awarded the Pullitzer Prize for General Non-fiction in 2015, provided a grim account of the arrival of the ‘anthrophocene’, a new epoch in the earth’s geological history, in which human beings have for the first time become the primary agents of change on a planetary scale. The book described the current carnage of the world's biomass, which is now predicted to be the most devastating since the asteroid impact which destroyed the dinosaurs.