A little help from my friends

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Young veterinary graduates can seem bright-eyed at the start of their careers—but while they are highly educated and ready to make their mark, they’ll...

Exit left

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Succession planning can make transition to retirement easier and much more profitable but it’s essential to get started early—or you could leave your practice...

Continuing professional development

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Western Australian vet Dr Phil Tucak investigates continuing professional development options. Updating your knowledge through continuing professional development (CPD) makes sense if you want to...

Around the clock

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John Merriman discovers there are many factors to consider before choosing to offer 24-hour patient care at your veterinary practice While the number of vet...

A time and a place

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Student vets on work placements play a valuable role in many practices, but as John Burfitt uncovers, the difference between a good and bad...

The game changer

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Having gone from biotech start-up to industry disruptor in what has seemed the blink of an eye, Nexvet is counting down the months until...

Teacher’s pet

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Looking for new ways to market your business can be a full-time job. Samantha Trenoweth uncovers some options you may not have considered before Information...

Into the wild

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Dr Phil Tucak explores the trend in exotic pet ownership and what impact this has on the veterinary profession From lizards to rats, turtles to rabbits,...

Needles and pins

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While alternative therapies remain controversial within the profession, more and more practitioners and pet owners are exploring what’s involved. By Dr Deepa Gopinath It is hard to...

Cash in hand

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When an animal, particularly a family pet, is brought to a veterinary surgery for emergency treatment, part of the decision-making process around suitable treatments...