Life as vet – what its like

What is the big deal around TB in cows?
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What is the big deal around TB in cows?
For most people, TB, or tuberculosis, is something that happens in the countryside, affects cows, is spread by badgers and causes lots of arguments. These are all true. But to those involved with TB control in the UK, it…
June 12, 2021
Why don't vets provide their own out of hours care anymore?
Life as vet - what its like
Why don't vets provide their own out of hours care anymore?
It’s the middle of the night, you need to get hold of a vet in an emergency. It then dawns on you that your practice uses an out of hours service provider and you will need to travel somewhere else for medical help. Is t…
June 10, 2021 • 5 shares • 1 comments
Life as a Clinical Vet Student and Beyond
Life as vet - what its like
Life as a Clinical Vet Student and Beyond
Our student vet blogger Joe is now coming to the end of his course, and looking beyond his final exams to life in practice. For his 100th blog, we asked him to write about his time in the clinical years at vet school. As…
April 9, 2021 • 9 shares
Why do vets’ prices keep getting higher and higher?
Life as vet - what its like
Why do vets’ prices keep getting higher and higher?
This is a question I frequently hear asked by clients and amongst friends. There are many reasons why UK veterinary fees in 2020 are high. Typically and commonly, costs steadily increase year on year as well. This articl…
January 9, 2021 • 628 shares
How to Build a Positive Relationship with your Vet
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How to Build a Positive Relationship with your Vet
‘Caring for animals isn’t what I do, it is what I am.’ That is something you may say. Let me let you in on a secret… Your vet probably thinks the same way too! The reality is that both your vet and you provide care for y…
December 15, 2020 • 7 shares
How and Why do vets Amputate Limbs?
Life as vet - what its like
How and Why do vets Amputate Limbs?
Most people have, at some point, met a pet with only three legs. The reasons for amputating animals' limbs are as wide and varied as the reasons in humans. Some pets develop tumours such as osteosarcomas, which sit in t…
November 24, 2020 • 30 shares
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