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The difference between your blog and your social media accounts can be likened to the difference between building your own house and renting. Your blog is the house that you've built – you can add rooms, repaint the walls and hang whatever art you want on the walls. Your social media accounts are like a rental – you can't make many changes and if the landlord thinks you're doing the wrong thing you can be kicked out!

Want to know more? Check out our blog post: I'm struggling to keep up with social media, now we need a veterinary blog??!! :(

What's on in 2019? Veterinary CPD Calendar

Online version - fully searchable

Click here to visit the ONLINE version of our 'What's on 2019? Veterinary CPD Calendar' - it's fully searchable!

Version 4 updated for June - PDF Version - download and share


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Vetanswers 2019 Advertising Kit

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Veterinary Community Connection eNews

Edition #359 16.08.2019

Check out this week's edition of our Veterinary Communication Connection eNews: The reality of veterinary practice: the burden of full responsibility

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from the blog

3 Things I bet you didn't know about... MedicalPlus

Medical Plus is a world leader and major supplier of high quality veterinary specific imaging equipment with a presence in the Middle East, South East Asia and Asia Pacific. Find out what they're experts at & how they can make your life easier...

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guest blog - Dr Alison Shen, BVSc (Hons) CVE (IVAS) Aussie Mobile Vet, Brisbane

Acupuncture as adjunctive modality to treat symptoms of intervertebral disc disease in a beagle

Intervertebral Disc Disease (IVDD) in dogs is one of the common neurological conditions seen in practice. It is caused by displacement of part of the intervertebral disc, often located in the thoracolumbar and cervical region, causing pain and neurologica

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