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Welcome to the Vetanswers Blog where you'll find a range of posts of interest to everyone who works in the veterinary industry.

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iM3 Case Study: Management of a traumatic Class II malocclusion in a 6mth old Labrador dog

Im3 Management Of A Traumatic Class Ii Malocclusion In A 6mth Old Labrador
Posted in Guest Blogger at 29 September, 2019

Background and treatment options for traumatic malocclusion due to linguoverted mandibular canine teeth ('base narrow') Linguoversion of the mandibular canine tooth/teeth is where one or both mandibular canines is lingually displaced from their normal po...

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Posted by Dr. Anthony Caiafa BVSc, BDSc, MANZCVS
 

Forward Booking at your veterinary practice? Seriously..why wouldn't you?

Forward Booking At Your Veterinary Practice Seriously Why Wouldnt You
Posted in Operations at 26 September, 2019

Do you always re-schedule the client's next visit before they leave your veterinary practice? You do realise that forward booking is actually a service to me (the client) don't you? By helping me to make my next appointment you've taken away one more thin...

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Posted by Judy Gillespie, Vetanswers
 

When it hits the fan. Dealing with mistakes in veterinary practice (part 2)

When It Hits The Fan
Posted in Our Community at 19 September, 2019

What do we do when what we fear has happened? When you've done something, or didn't do something, and the outcome for your patient has not been good. Luckily we have decades of research from both the medical and veterinary worlds to learn from. Some of th...

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2 Comments   Posted by Dr Hubert Hiemstra
 

Pet Hazard Alert! Educating your veterinary clients on common household dangers

Pet Hazard Alert Educating Your Veterinary Clients On Common Household Dangers
Posted in Client Service at 12 September, 2019

You can help to keep your veterinary patients safe by educating pet owners on common household dangers. While pet owners might be aware that certain plants and foods pose a risk to animals, there are numerous other dangers around the home that might not b...

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Posted by Leanne Pilpott, Pet Professional Insurance
 

Avoid making mistakes & you may not grow into the best possible version of you (part 1)

Avoid Making Mistakes And You May Not Grow Into The Best Possible Version Of You Red
Posted in Our Community at 05 September, 2019

Most veterinarians have a long history of success & achievement, so when faced with the embarrassment of failure it can be a uncomfortable space to occupy. So how do we get past this? It's the weekend. You've had a challenging week at work, but you coped...

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Posted by Dr Hubert Hiemstra
 
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