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Vet chat #4 Anaesthesia

One of the challenges I find at the veterinary clinic is being mindful that routine daily procedures for our team are often once or twice in a lifetime events for our patients and their owners. In particular, surgery and anaesthetic procedures which for us are everyday, are nevertheless complex procedures that demand focus, attention and, […]

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Vet Chat #1 Canine Senses

I had a more senior kelpie come to see me last week for an annual check-up – very sprightly, well fed and well loved, my favourite sort of consultation. During his examination I happened to remark that his lens were quite sclerotic and that he probably was not seeing very well.  We commonly call this […]

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