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Kim Smyth

Staff Veterinarian and Pet Health Writer

Petplan Limited

HQ Phone:  (610) 595-3351

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Petplan Limited

3805 West Chester Pike Suite 240

Newtown Square, Pennsylvania, 19073

United States

Company Description

Petplan has built the industry's leading pet insurance for pet parents who demand a higher pedigree of care for their best friends. We've leveraged 40 years of global experience to create completely customizable coverage pet parents can feel confident in, and ...more

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How to Protect Your Pets During and After Flooding | Vanillapup

The text below is from Petplan with quotes from Dr. Kim Smyth, vet and pet health writer at Petplan.


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Dr. Kim Smyth
Staff Veterinarian and Pet Health Writer at Petplan A 2004 graduate of the University of Georgia, College of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Smyth first began practicing veterinary medicine in a small animal clinic close to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In addition to a passion for practicing veterinary medicine, Dr. Smyth is a naturally gifted writer and has authored hundreds of veterinary pet health pieces, including essays, breed profiles and blogs. After several snowy winters up north, Dr. Smyth and her family moved to the more temperate climate of Charlottesville, Virginia, where she currently pens her pet health content. The daughter of a military father, Dr. Smyth moved around quite a bit in her early days and is happy to be finally settled down a little closer to her "home base" in South Carolina. Dr. Smyth and her husband, Matt, have two children, Wyatt and Cooper, and two crazy cats named Joe and Charlie.


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Dr. Kim Smyth
Staff Veterinarian and Pet Health Writer at Petplan A 2004 graduate of the University of Georgia, College of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Smyth first began practicing veterinary medicine in a small animal clinic close to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In addition to a passion for practicing veterinary medicine, Dr. Smyth is a naturally gifted writer and has authored hundreds of veterinary pet health pieces, including essays, breed profiles and blogs. After several snowy winters up north, Dr. Smyth and her family moved to the more temperate climate of Charlottesville, Virginia, where she currently pens her pet health content. The daughter of a military father, Dr. Smyth moved around quite a bit in her early days and is happy to be finally settled down a little closer to her "home base" in South Carolina. Dr. Smyth and her husband, Matt, have one dog, Katie, and two crazy cats, Joe and Charlie.


Does Your Dog Have the Back to School Blues? | Dog Living

Petplan staff veterinarian (and mom of two boys), Dr. Kim Smyth, understands the back-to-school blues all too well and shares these tips about how to ease the transition:


Could "Head Pressing" be a Sign of a Much More Serious Health Issue? - Pet Health & Nutrition

Speaking to canine website iheartdogs.com, Dr. Kim Smyth, a staff veterinarian and pet health writer at Petplan Insurance, said: "You should not be concerned if your pet rubs his or her head against you for affection or attention.


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