If you’ve been listening to my podcasts for the last 7 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 2 (of two) 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.
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.
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 is available wherever you get your podcasts from:
Podcast host https://vetpodcast.podomatic.com/
Bio Feed https://bio.fm/vetpodcast