Emma qualified as a veterinary surgeon from Edinburgh University, having grown up on a small farm in Somerset surrounded by all creatures great and small. After graduation, she spent two years working in a busy rural mixed practice before progressing to a small animal hospital to focus on treating pets. Following a period of time running a branch practice, Emma decided to move into the wider veterinary industry, working within the veterinary team at a global pet nutrition company. In this varied role one of her key responsibilities was providing dietary advice to vets and nurses on the nutritional management of complex cases. The importance of optimal nutrition in the maintenance of good health as well as the management of common diseases is something Emma remains passionate about.
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March 28, 2021
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