Sometimes, your article needs an expert quote to stand out. When Pet Lovers Centre wanted some facts about Glaucoma in dogs they came to The Veterinary Content Company to ask what we thought. Dr Joanna Woodnutt, one of our vets, was able to answer their questions, and they were able to include a vet quote in their article.

Using a vet quote like this is a great way to improve your article’s E-A-T, as well as add real-life veterinary experience to your article. It allows you to use your in-house writing team, but include valuable outside opinions. This can be useful even if you have an in-house vet, but it’s critical when your writers don’t have any qualifications in the veterinary industry.

Our vets are experienced, registered, and insured. Between them, they have a range of experience in small animals, exotic species, farm animals, and equines, so it doesn’t matter what species you need your expert quote for- we’ve got it covered. Pet Lovers Centre needed a small animal vet with a fast turnaround, and we chose Jo as she was able to assist promptly and had the experience they needed.

If you think having a vet quote would help your article stand apart from the crowd, get in touch with us at The Veterinary Content Company. We can give short- and long-form advice for adding to pet articles, and have a competitive pricing structure, even for short deadline work.

If the vet quote you are after is actually to offer to another website in return for a backlink, you might want to read more about our media enquiry response service, where we provide qualified vets to answer your media enquiries so you can make the most of your HAROs (and other journalist expert source websites).

Joanna Woodnutt

Joanna Woodnutt

Dr Joanna Woodnutt MRCVS is a qualified vet, freelance writer, and editor at The Veterinary Content Company. She lives in the Channel Islands with her husband and daughter, as well as their naughty but loveable terrier, Pixie.