SINCE the Royal College's announcement that it would no longer be opposed to non-veterinary surgeons becoming partners in veterinary practices, the scope for the spouses of vets to become involved in practices has increased. In this article, Nick Openshaw and Ian Downing examine a number of issues which should be considered before a spouse becomes formally involved in the business - whether as a partner or an employee.
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