How Much Does a Vet Make in the UK?

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If you are considering a career as a veterinarian, then you will likely want to know what kind of salary you can expect to make. Becoming a vet takes years of training and a lot of hard work and you can earn a respectable starting wage as a result, but once you have more experience,… Read more »

What Is A Mixed Practice Veterinarian?

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Often, veterinarians specialise to treat either large animals such as livestock, or small companion animals such as cats and dogs. These specialisations may also be further split to treat specific categories of animals, such as exotic pets, dairy animals, or wildlife. But what is a mixed practice veterinarian? Well, as the name suggests, mixed practice… Read more »

What Do Veterinarians Do on a Typical Day?

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At the moment, with the current COVID-19 pandemic, it seems strange to think about what constitutes a ‘typical day’ in the life of a vet. However, things will return to normal and those who are hoping to pursue a career as a vet will be curious about how their daily working lives will be. We… Read more »

The Future of the Veterinary Profession

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One of the biggest challenges facing the veterinary profession is finding the balance between providing affordable healthcare to clients while fairly remunerating the veterinarians that deliver it. We delve into the emerging trends that have the potential to combat this challenge, as well as those trends that have a wider impact on the future of… Read more »

What will be the effects of the EU Referendum on the Veterinary Profession?

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The president of the British Veterinary Association (BVA), Sean Wensley, stated the result of June’s EU referendum will have ‘a significant impact on the veterinary profession, particularly in relation to regulation, education and workforce planning, but also in terms of animal welfare, research, surveillance, and animal movements’. Wensley asserted that, in the imminent negotiations, the voice of the… Read more »