7 Veterinarian TikToks You Should Follow
TikTok has become a sensation – it is hands down one of the most popular social media platforms today. In short, TikTok is a video-hosting mobile app that allows users to create long or short videos. This app offers users a wide selection of music that can be added to the video background. TikTok has a variety of filters and editing options to make each video dynamic and fun.
TikTok is more than just a platform for adorable pet videos. Many veterinarians have used this popular social media platform to tell their stories and widen their reach. Whether you’re a new vet who just got out of vet school or a seasoned veteran in the industry, we encourage you to explore your options and give this app a try. Learn how these veterinarians are using this innovative platform to highlight the many stories of their furry friends daily.
Here are some of the most prominent veterinarians on TikTok to inspire you to create an account and share your own veterinarian content:
Dr. Hunter Finn
Dr. Hunter Finn is one of the most popular veterinarians on TikTok. His TikTok videos are both informative and entertaining. He educates pet owners on how to take better care of their pets while making people laugh simultaneously.
Dr. Hunter Finn shares helpful tips and posts silly videos of him just dancing. His videos include visiting pet stores where he gives his recommendations on treats that are good for your pet and those that aren’t worth the money.
He also shares exciting facts on the dangers of some dog treats from China that have been linked to various diseases, as well as content on the type of bones that can break a dog’s teeth.
With over 2.1 million followers on TikTok, he has mastered the social media game. He provides consistent content, and always comes up with creative ways to keep his videos fresh and fun. Dr. Finn could definitely provide you with a couple of tips on how to keep patients engaged online.
Exotic Pet Vet
Another vet account worth subscribing to is Dr. Rachel, a.k.a Exotic Pet Vet. While most veterinarians share content on furry patients like dogs and cats, Dr. Rachel provides tips for exotic pets like Geckos, quacker parrots, turtles, lizards, and snakes.
Through this channel, pet owners can learn cool things like trimming the nails of parrots, taking care of hedgehog babies, and feeding bananas to tortoise babies. For fun, Dr. Rachel shares her experience with exotic animals like bats.
On the other hand, some of her videos may be too graphic for people. She’s not one to shy away from revealing the tougher aspects of a pet’s health, like overseeing surgeries of animal patients.
Dr. Adam Christman
If you’re looking for some laughs and learning a thing or two about veterinary medicine, you should check out Dr. Adam Christman. His videos stand out because of his big personality and lively sense of humor. He even shares cleaning hacks to help pet owners with their everyday struggles and other educational material to take care of the family’s pets.
Dr. Christman’s content usually uses ranks in the top 5 or 10 things. For example, he shares stories on the top 5 most calm dogs, most common dancers, most derpy dog breeds, and even the smartest dog breeds.
He also enjoys making videos in the comforts of his home. He usually shares tips and discusses health issues using his pet dogs.
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If you love videos of battling feisty kittens, you might enjoy the theswiftiekittens. This veterinarian account enjoys spreading the love for cats and little kittens.
While her kitty videos may be cute, there is also graphic content because she shows close-up shots of cats with dental diseases like gingival hyperplasia or other diseases like feline infectious peritonitis. She also shares content about her prepping a kitten or bunny before it gets neutered.
If you’re a certified cat lover, you’ll appreciate how this vet shares proper pet care and natural remedies for common pet ailments. Of course, there’s also a perfect balance of cute cat videos and informative pet health content.
Veterinary Secrets with Dr. Andrew Jones
A great account that focuses on veterinary medicine is Veterinary Secrets with Dr. Andrew Jones. Dr. Jones does a fantastic job sharing interesting educational tips in pet care.
What’s nice about this account is that it covers tons of common ailments seen in cats and dogs. From ringworm to the cherry eye to chocolate toxicity (and even why your pup’s feet smell like Fritos), he will give you all the information you need. Plus, he even shares tips for emergency situations you can refer to in times of need.
Through this account, you can watch content on protecting pets from fleas and ticks, why pets need annual wellness checks, preventing heartworm disease in dogs, the importance of dental dog care, pets and obesity, and pet medications. He also shares stories on vaccines and specialty services.
Dr. Raven Sinclaire
Dr. Raven Sinclaire is not your typical veterinary TikTok account. Aside from sharing experiences as a veterinarian in Los Angeles, she shares personal stories about her dating life and funny dancing videos with her family.
Like most vets, she also shares the challenging aspects of being a veterinarian, such as dealing with surgeries and other pet problems.
While sharing the content of spending time in the clinic, she’s also not afraid to get silly. If you’re looking for some silly entertainment, you should check out her content.
Dr. Thomas Hamilton
With over 3.5 million followers, Dr. Thomas Hamilton is one of the most popular vets on TikTok. While this account focuses on pet care, you’ll notice just how sweet this veterinarian is with all his pet patients.
The viewer gets an inside look at the ins and outs of a veterinary practice while watching him play with his patients. Sometimes, he delves into more severe pet health topics, but his videos are usually light-hearted and entertaining.
What’s great about this vet is that he shows how fun working at a vet hospital can be. He’s very affectionate with his patients, inspiring viewers to take good care of their furry babies.
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These Tiktok accounts are an excellent inspiration for veterinarians who want to explore social media further. With everything you have on your plate, developing a compelling social media strategy that shows your personality might be challenging.
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