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  • Veterinary Nurses and Receptionists - Pet Doctors
    Entry Requirements You must have a minimum of 5 GCSEs at grade C or above which MUST include Mathematics English Language and a Science subject or hold an Animal Nursing Assistant ANA or Veterinary Care Assistant VCA qualification with Functional Skills Level 2 in Application of Number Communication Alternative qualifications of a comparable or higher standard may be accepted these would be checked on initial enrolment Entry requirements for Degree courses will vary according to the University Please contact them direct for more information For more information visit www bvna org uk Training to become a Veterinary Nurse RCVS Level 3 Diploma in Veterinary Nursing This qualification comprises a core and two option pathways one in small animal nursing and one in equine nursing You must complete the core units and an optional pathway in order to gain the Diploma Students will be required to attend college and or be undertaking college directed studies for a minimum of 22 weeks over the period of training which will normally be two years There is the opportunity to attend part time courses that will run for three years Courses are run in a number of ways blocks of study regular weekly study days or a mix of blocks and weekly days Alternatively you can undertake a Veterinary Nursing Foundation or BSc Honours Degree Training takes between three and four years depending on the type of course you choose Examination for the VN Degree varies depending on the course provider but will include written and practical exams and a collection of work based evidence A list of approved course providers can be obtained from the RCVS website www rcvs org uk For more detailed information on training visit the training page at www bvna org uk Skills and Knowledge Required by a Small

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  • National Diploma of Animal Care - Pet Doctors
    GCSE s at grade C or above or a BTEC First diploma or equivalent As part of the application process students are also interviewed and previous experience taken in to account Assessment is continuous throughout the course and each unit is assessed by a variety of methods including assignments and practical skills Once the course has been successfully completed students can go on to higher education for example the Higher National Diploma or a Degree in subjects like zoology and animal behavior Students can also consider employment opportunities such as working in wildlife parks rescue centres kennels and catteries veterinary nursing or veterinary practices etc As part of the course students have to complete routine duties that consist of caring for a selection of animals with help from class members Students will be asked to feed water health check and clean out these animals In addition in the final year students will be required to supervise the 1st year students and the First diploma students whilst they are performing the routine duties to make sure they are doing things correctly This helps students to become a team leader or manager Join Our Team What Our Staff Say About Us A

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  • Forgotten Password - Pet Doctors
    of the account and will then reset your password for you If you no longer have access to your email account or are not sure which email account you used to sign up to Pet Doctors please contact us Account Verification Email Like Pet Doctors on Facebook Daily Top Tips for Pet Care on Twitter About Us Pet Advice Find A Vet Register Your Pet Join Our Team News Events

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  • Vets in Guildford - Pet Doctors
    that there would be yummy chicken treats afterwards Poor Margo was becoming very fed up with wearing her Buster collar even if we tried to explain to her that it was for the best Margo s leg seemed to be healing nicely at first but unfortunately the healing process started to slow down so our vet decided that she would need to have an operation We cleaned up the wound and helped reduce the tension in Margo s skin by making deliberate small skin incisions a small distance around the wound so that it would heal more effectively We then bandaged her up again Over the next few weeks we continued to see a lot of Margo and were very happy to find that her wound was healing beautifully Her mum told us that Margo seemed a lot more cheerful too A month after her operation we gave Margo the happy news that she wouldn t need to come and see us as often as her leg was all better We miss seeing her as much but we are so pleased that her leg has healed and she can get back to running around as greyhounds should Pet Doctors Veterinary Practice in Guildford is part of the CVS UK Limited a company which owns over 200 veterinary practices in the UK Company Registration Number 03777473 Registered Office CVS House Vinces Road Norfolk IP22 4AY Back to the latest news from Pet Doctors in Guildford Guildford Pet Doctors in Guildford Find out more about our clinic Latest news Gallery Register your pet with us Opening Hours Monday 8 00 am 7 00 pm Tuesday 8 00 am 7 00 pm Wednesday 8 00 am 7 00 pm Thursday 8 00 am 7 00 pm Friday 8 00 am 7 00 pm

    Original URL path: http://www.petdoctors.co.uk/clinic/guildford/news/605-605-605-605-605-605-margo-is-our-latest-braveheart/ (2016-02-08)
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  • Vets in Ryde - Pet Doctors
    tumours Whilst recovering from the operation Abigail required a blood transfusion to replace the large volume of blood lost but was well enough to go home 2 days after the major operation although required blood tests every 2 days after surgery to check that her red blood cell volume was returning to normal After a week her results were much better and she was making a great recovery Looking at Abigail now you would never know she has been through such major surgery she is always happy to see us and wags her tail and is a most deserving recipient of our Braveheart of the month award Back to the latest news from Pet Doctors in Ryde Ryde Pet Doctors in Ryde Find out more about our clinic Latest news Gallery Register your pet with us Opening Hours Monday 8 30 am 6 30 pm Tuesday 8 30 am 6 30 pm Wednesday 8 30 am 6 30 pm Thursday 8 30 am 6 30 pm Friday 8 30 am 6 30 pm Saturday 9 00 am 12 00 pm Sunday Closed Consultations by appointment only Contact Us Address Spencer Road Ryde Isle of Wight PO33 2NU Phone 01983 562

    Original URL path: http://www.petdoctors.co.uk/clinic/ryde/news/383-our-latest-braveheart-abigail/ (2016-02-08)
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  • Vets in Guildford - Pet Doctors
    gets the chance to digest the toxic ingredients She was then put on a drip which she had to stay on for a few days as all the vomiting left her dehydrated An animal ambulance transferred Murphy to the Pet Doctors hospital in Woking where she was hospitalised for a few days This meant that the vets made sure she was kept stable hydrated and also that any remaining ibuprofen was being flushed out of her system Even though it is definitely a very unpleasant experience she remained bright and happy throughout the whole process Murphy was discharged and her owners were very pleased to have her back at home She was to be fed a strict bland diet to let her stomach recover Thankfully the Cavanaghs have Murphy insured so cost was not an issue The outcome Even though Murphy survived this extreme case of accidental poisoning she could have had permanent kidney and or liver damage Repeated blood tests showed us the functions of her organs and amazingly she got away with it completely She was incredibly lucky and none of her organs were damaged permanently Apart from all kinds of medication it is vital to remember that various common household items and foods can be dangerous for your pets and should be kept well out of reach of animals and of course children These include Rat poison Coins notes Children s toys Chocolate Cocoa powder Grapes raisins Leeks Onions Flower bulbs Anti freeze Slug pellets Needles sewing kits If you suspect that your pet has eaten something they shouldn t have call us immediately It is imperative that your pet gets treated as soon as possible before the poison gets a chance to get digested Back to the latest news from Pet Doctors in Guildford Guildford Pet

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  • Vets in Ely - Pet Doctors
    her stay with us we tried everything to get lovely Annie eating From warm tuna to prawns and chicken but Annie still wasn t interested Despite feeling pretty ill Annie always purred away during her treatment and enjoyed being cuddled and groomed She made all the staff smile with her laid back attitude After intensive antibiotic fluid therapy Annie turned a corner she found her appetite and began eating again Since then she has gone from strength to strength and on route to making a full recovery her owners are back to having to hide the cat treats Back to the latest news from Pet Doctors in Ely Ely Pet Doctors in Ely Find out more about our clinic Latest news Gallery Register your pet with us Opening Hours Monday 8 30 am 7 00 pm Tuesday 8 30 am 7 00 pm Wednesday 8 30 am 7 00 pm Thursday 8 30 am 7 00 pm Friday 8 30 am 7 00 pm Saturday 3 00 pm 5 00 pm Sunday Closed Consultations by appointment only Contact Us Address 31 St Mary s Street Ely Cambridgeshire CB7 4HF Phone 01353 665925 Fax 01353 669417 Email Free parking is available

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  • Vets in Felpham - Pet Doctors
    from the healthy pets club with many savings For just 9 99 per month for 12 months you can receive the full vaccination course kennel cough vaccine canines only microchip flea treatment and worming treatment for the year plus six month health Hotham Park Country Fair 2015 Jun 17 2015 Come and see us at this years Hotham Park Country Fair it is being held on 1st 2nd August if you would like any advice or want to come and just say Hello we would love to see you and am sure we will have a treat for your furry friend Taking your pet abroad this summer Jun 17 2015 If you are taking your pet abroad this summer please make sure you are all up to date with vaccinations and their pet passports are all filled out correctly otherwise it can lead to problems when you are abroad which we dont want Happy holidays We love rabbiting on Jan 4 2012 JUNE 2015 At Felpham we are passionate about our rabbits and guinea pigs we believe they are not just a childs pet but very much as important as any other member of our family We now have HEALTHY PETS CLUB for rabbits this includes important preventative Felpham Pet Doctors in Felpham Find out more about our clinic Latest news Gallery Register your pet with us Opening Hours Monday 8 30 am 7 00 pm Tuesday 8 30 am 7 00 pm Wednesday 8 30 am 7 00 pm Thursday 8 30 am 7 00 pm Friday 8 30 am 7 00 pm Saturday 2 00 pm 3 00 pm Sunday Closed Consultations by appointment only Contact Us Address 34 Flansham Lane Felpham Bognor Regis West Sussex PO22 6AF Phone 01243 587891 Fax 01243 586793 Email Free parking is

    Original URL path: http://www.petdoctors.co.uk/clinic/felpham/news/339-bella-awarded-braveheart-of-the-month/ (2016-02-08)
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