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Taking the time to look, listen and learn about animal behaviour and communication will greatly improves outcomes for both patient comfort and recovery, as well as patient and staff safety.

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Flow Chart to Aid in the Management of Bradycardia in Small Animals

A decision making tool to aid in the management of bradycardia in small animals - I've created a flow-chart to aid decision making should bradycardia occur during general anaesthesia in cats and dogs....

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guest blog - Roxy Krueger, Sales Manager, VetShare

"I want to be a veterinarian, they rake it in!"

It's not the first time I've been in a social setting with non vet industry folk and heard "I want to be a vet, they rake it in! I spent $600 there last week!". When it happened for the third time this week I took my normal stance and asked ....

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