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The weekend is coming to an end and that surely means back to the working routine tomorrow. Sunday evening lamenting can often be a weekly reoccurrence for some, but speaking from a personal perspective there is nothing like having a job that doesn’t result in absolute dread when the weekend finishes. So with that, put up the feet on this

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Weekly Words

This week finished quite fittingly with the celebration of World Veterinary Day. The theme of this year’s WVD was ‘THE ROLE OF THE VETERINARY PROFESSION IN SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT TO IMPROVE LIVELIHOODS, FOOD SECURITY AND SAFETY’.  The World Veterinary Association released a statement that included the following insight into the 2018 theme,  “Veterinarians are responsible for the prevention and control

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Animal Cruelty Cases

To those of you reading regularly, I would like to apologise for not posting a Weekly Words blog last week. I can happily say though the reason being, is that here at the agency we are very busy with new job opportunities and queries. There just isn’t enough hours in the day! Back to the topic at hand, animal cruelty

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Furthering your Education (Part 2)

Following on from last week’s blog post, this week I wanted to focus on the options for veterinary practitioners looking to further their knowledge. There are many different opportunities on offer and are widely available for both new graduates, experienced vets, and specialists. The problem is knowing where to look! Depending on what it is you’re looking for will determine

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Weekly Words

Another week gone, meaning it’s about time I have a brief look back at the last week here at the agency and at some of the interesting veterinary related topics that reached the papers. We have had lots of inquiry phones call and messages this week, something which yes, we encourage our clients to do! It has quickly become clear

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Furthering your Education

As any veterinary professional will know, it is a Veterinary Council of Ireland necessity that both vets and vet nurses acquire a certain number of continuing veterinary education (CVE) points in one year. These are gained in a number of different ways, through attending events and conferences, reading Veterinary Journal Ireland, online webinars or supervising students, to name some. None

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Weekly Words

Welcome back all. It’s been a busy week, post Easter bank holidays. There’s been lots to catch up on and I’m sure plenty of chocolate ingestion cases have been seen. As the agency grows its evident that vets and vet nurses are in great demand throughout the country. So why have we such a short supply? It’s not as if

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