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Case Study: Brachycephalic Airway with a Co-Morbidity of Hiatus Hernia

With the recent increased popularity of brachycephalic dog breeds, and their all too common respiratory problems, it’s not surprising that VetPrac’s upcoming “Fix the Face” workshop filled up quickly. If you’re one of the lucky vets that managed to snare a spot for this year’s workshop, we thought we’d whet your appetite with a few case studies demonstrating the importance of thorough clinical and radiographic investigation prior to surgery,

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Case Study: Brachycephalic Airway Syndrome with Stenotic Nares

With the recent increased popularity of brachycephalic dog breeds, and their all too common respiratory problems, it’s not surprising that VetPrac’s upcoming “Fix the Face” workshop filled up quickly. If you’re one of the lucky vets that managed to snare a spot for this year’s workshop, we thought we’d whet your appetite with a few case studies demonstrating the importance of thorough clinical and radiographic investigation prior to surgery,

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Dr Kat Crosse – From skiing accident to PHD in airway disease in Brachycephalic dogs

VetPrac welcomes Dr Kat Crosse to the education team for the Fix the Face workshop in September 2019. We think she’s the perfect choice for this workshop – she’s currently doing a PhD in airway disease in brachycephalic dogs AND she has a great teaching philosophy!
Kat hails from the UK, and originally intended not to do any small animal work. She can’t remember a time when she didn’t want

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Independent Vets of Australia presents the Synergy Conference 2019

In veterinary business there are a number of key elements that when given strategic and synergistic attention can have multiplying effects on the results for the practice.
This September 19th to 21st, the Independent Vets of Australia Synergy Conference will be held at Pier One in Sydney.

Over three days this event brings together practice owners, associates and managers to learn how to accelerate practice results through collaboration with key speakers,

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Ashlee’s journey: Nursing to Canine Rehabilitation Certification

Looking for a new challenge in your career as a veterinary nurse or technician?
Have you considered the field of canine sports medicine and rehabilitation?
Read on to find out how Ashlee Callander chose this career path. Ashlee is now a senior CCRA (Certified Canine Rehabilitation Assistant) at the Vet Practice in Whittlesea, Victoria, and will join the education team at VetPrac for the Canine Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation Workshop

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Dr. Kim Lim inspires with her passion for Canine Rehabilitation

If you’re one of the lucky people that has registered for the Canine Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation Workshop, you’ll meet Dr Kim Lim, who is an educator at the workshop. When I interviewed Kim recently, I was blown away by her passion for veterinary rehabilitation. If Kim can’t demonstrate the benefits of rehabilitation, then I don’t think anyone could!
Read on to learn more about Kim and her inspiring

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Introverts can Exude Confidence too! Here’s how

Let’s face it, many of us are introverts. Many of us find people who are overly confident as imposing. But the moment we enter a room, people are immediately forming an impression. They’re making snap judgments and perceptions based on how we carry ourselves and how we interact with others. This applies to everyone in any situation from welcoming clients, family functions to networking events, staff meetings, initial consultations,

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Your First Step Toward Owning Your Own Practice

The economy is slow… It’s a GREAT time to buy a business.
They always say, “Listen to your mother.” My mother is a pretty clever lady and she once told me that the best time to buy into a business is when the economy is slow. Given the current RBA cash rate of 1%, I can’t remember a time when the economy has been so slow which is definitely good

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Ilana’s Top Tips for Getting Through Communication Barriers

1. Be Authentic
We are all motivated by different things which align with our individual values. People can smell bullshit and when you try to convince a client of something you don’t believe yourself they feel it. More than that, you will be betraying your own value system and that will eat you up.
 
2. Understand the perspective of your counterpart
Communication is a two-way street, sometimes 3-way! It helps before you

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Vet Education Online Veterinary Conference 2019

Advance your clinical decision-making and take your diagnostic skills to the next level from your couch! Join Vet Education for 2 weeks of LIVE online lectures and expert Q&As delivered by renowned specialists and speakers from around the world.
Topics include medicine, surgery, dentistry, behaviour, anaesthesia and more at the Vet Education Online Veterinary Conference 2019
You can participate live from your couch or afterwards when you have a spare moment

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