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What does it mean that a vets’ is a Training Practice?
Choosing a vet
What does it mean that a vets’ is a Training Practice?
You may have seen your veterinary practice describe themselves as a ‘Training Practice’ and be wondering what this means. Who are they training? What impact will it have on my pet’s care? How does training work? Let’s lo…
March 3, 2022 • 21 shares
Spaying and reproductive health: What do vets choose for their own cats?
Breeding
Spaying and reproductive health: What do vets choose for their own cats?
This Valentine’s day we’re looking at whether or not vets practice what they preach when it comes to cats and love… Do vets think that their own cats should be allowed a litter? Do they get their own cats neutered? Or is…
February 14, 2022 • 85 shares
Will there be a shortage of meat this Christmas?
Life as vet - what its like
Will there be a shortage of meat this Christmas?
When we go to the shops for the holiday season shopping, we are usually taken up by long lists and demands, hoping we will remember everything we need lest we have to take the dreaded Christmas Eve’s last trip to the sup…
December 10, 2021 • 29 shares
NEWS: The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons is now lead by a historic, all female presidential team
News and Comment
NEWS: The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons is now lead by a historic, all female presidential team
In the UK, over 60% of Veterinarians are women and the majority of Veterinary students studying today are also female! Say goodbye to the old ‘James Herriot’ days and say hello to the new, more diverse side to the veteri…
October 12, 2021 • 70 shares
Does your pet insurer allow direct claims?
Pet Insurance
Does your pet insurer allow direct claims?
Owning a pet can be expensive. Dogs will cost their owners on average £21,000 over their lifetime and cats, around £17,000. Even rabbits don’t come cheap as they should be kept in pairs. Meaning the lifetime cost for two…
July 14, 2021 • 26 shares
Who is looking after my pet when I leave them at the vet’s overnight?
News and Comment
Who is looking after my pet when I leave them at the vet’s overnight?
Have you ever had to leave your pet at the vet’s overnight? Did you wonder how often they would be checked? Did you ask the vet about this? If you knew that there would be no one in the practice building overnight whilst…
June 29, 2021 • 13 shares • 1 comments
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