Where to Find Dr. Marks

Written Columns, Print Interviews & Book Chapters

She is also a sought out expert for much of the popular press, including the New York Times, The Chicago Tribune, Real Simple, Readers Digest, Health, Prevention, Yahoo.com, The Dodo, and many veterinary related publications including AAHA Trends, Fear Free Happy Homes and the AVMA.

As a Certified Veterinary Journalist and an educator, Dr. Marks has unique experience communicating in all forms of media. Her regular “Fearless” column in Today’s Veterinary Business is one of the most widely read and continues to push the industry forward in the areas of how excellent physical and emotional health of our patients can also generate a financially healthy practice.

Column Contributions:

Dr. Marks is a monthly columnist in the area of how emotional health is just as important as the physical health of our patients and can drive significant financial health for the practice. Some example columns:

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Take the Fear Out of Injections
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Assisting From Afar
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Take a Bite Out of Inappetence
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Dr. Marks writes about how it’s ok to not be ok and how to actively ask for help when struggling mentally
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Dr. Marks discusses how to remove fear, anxiety and stress around the area of veterinary dermatology
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Infectious Disease Handbook

Article Contributions:

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Dr. Marks talks about how to have the safest experience at dog parks
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Dr. Marks tackles the epidemic sweeping through the veterinary profession – mental health challenges and the sharp increase in suicide
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Dr. Marks is interviewed about how the Fear Free mission can change a veterinary practice and home by improving physical and emotional health in pets
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Dr. Marks discusses the aging pet and needs within the home from the pet parent
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Dr. Marks discusses the stresses of being a working parent and tips on how to feel empowered and remove guilt from the workplace
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Dr. Marks talks with Prevention Magazine about easy and safe ways to remove a tick from a dog
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Hitting the Road: Summer Travel Tips
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Is Your Pet Overweight? Here’s How To Know – And Why You Should Care
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Fear Free Handling—And Tuna—Turn Vet Visit From Sad To Glad
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Dr. Marks discusses how to pair up for protection by vaccinating dogs against Bordetella and canine influenza
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Dr. Marks discusses safety tips and what to do if your dog is bit by a snake
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Dr. Marks discusses kennel cough and all about benefits and risks of Bordetella vaccination in dogs
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The Veterinary Parent’s Survival Guide to Virtual Learning
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The Future Is Female: The Upsurge of Women in the Veterinary Industry
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Dr. Marks discusses best practices when looking at the pandemic driven service of curbside care
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Equality is vet med’s golden opportunity
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Telehealth Gives Pets A Hand
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Is veterinary medicine a depressing profession?
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Dr. Marks talks about the risks of having your dog off leash
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Dr. Marks discusses all about dental care in February’s Pet Dental Health month
Dr. Marks discusses what to do if your dog eats a face mask
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AAHA: Nutritional Resources
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Dr. Natalie Marks: My Favorite Veterinarian
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Proper Care and Feeding of Senior Pets
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Muck Rack: Articles by Natalie Marks
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Managing Inappetence & Chronic Kidney Disease
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Injecting better medicine—and revenue—
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Dog Food for Picky Eaters: 8 Best Options in 2022
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7 Best Chicken-Free Dog Foods of 2022
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The arrogance of sexist business beliefs