I (Julie South) enjoy catching up (and doing my best to disguise my fangirl moment) with Dr Bryan Gregor of the Vetpodcast

If you’ve been listening to my podcasts for the last 6 episodes or so, you’ll have heard me talk about the fan girl moment I had when Dr Bryan Gregor – show host of the VetPodcast called me out of the blue to talk ‘podcasting’.

This is part 1 of my catch up with Dr Bryan. 

Before I started Paws Claws & Wet Noses I did a whole bunch of research – I wanted to make sure I wasn’t going to be treading on any toes with anyone here in Godzone who was podcasting in the same space as where I intended to hang out. 

Veterinarian Dr Bryan Gregor – The Vetpodcast

I knew that Dr Bryan Gregor had been hosting the VetPodcast for quite a while, but our audiences – although they were similar – we were both talking about different topics.  

Dr Bryan Gregor - podcast host - the Vetpodcast.
Dr Bryan Gregor – host of the Vetpodcast | image – Stuff

Bryan talked about being a vet whereas I’m all about – hopefully – working as in the vet sector in Godzone Aotearoa New Zealand and helping clinics with HR, marketing and business coaching – which is my background.

We have complementary audiences.

As I’ve said a few times, The VetPodcast is where Paws Claws & Wet Noses dreams of being when it grows up.

Today Bryan and I talk podcasting so if you’re thinking of starting your own podcast then this show is definitely for you.  

Your podcast can be about anything that interests you – it doesn’t have to be veterinary-based.

One of the things I’m regularly amazed at is the personal talent that exists inside a vet clinic in someone’s private lives.   Some people do absolutely amazing things.   They have really interesting hobbies and skills that have nothing to do with being a veterinary professional. 

In this show Bryan shares what life as a podcaster has been like for him.

He talks about being offered early shares in Twitter – way before the rest of us had even heard of Twitter and how he said no because he didn’t think such a crazy idea would take off!

He talks about the really interesting veterinarians he’s met and the different fields of expertise they work in.

Podcast Resources

Podomatic – where Bryan hosts the Vetpodcast

Buzzsprout – where Paws Claws & Wet Noses is hosted

Canva – the design platform we both use

Mailchimp – an email client free to 2,000 subscribers or 10,000 emails/month

Rode Podmic – the XLR microphone Julie uses

RodeCaster Pro – the sound mixing desk that Julie uses

Audacity – the free, open source, multi-track audio editor Bryan uses

Adobe Audition – the multi-track audio editor Julie uses

The Vetpodcast

The Vetpodcast is available wherever you get your podcasts from:

Podcast host https://vetpodcast.podomatic.com/

Website  https://vetpodcast.weebly.com/

Instagram https://www.instagram.com/vetpodcast/?hl=en

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/vetpodcast

Twitter  https://twitter.com/Vetpodcast

Linkedin  https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-vetpodcast

Bio Feed https://bio.fm/vetpodcast

Squadcast: https://squadcast.fm/

Audacity https://www.audacityteam.org/


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