THE variety of veterinary life is often quoted as one of its pluses. When Philip Williamson received a call from an old friend, he never imagined he would end up with responsibility for a llama in a naval college, or a cow in a luxury home; here, he discusses his work as a veterinary supervisor for television commercials. On page 223, Hugh and Linda Salmon describe their experiences in front of the camera, when their picturesque Devon veterinary practice became the subject of a fly‐on‐the‐wall documentary on veterinary life, and their subsequent work behind the scenes as veterinary advisers for the BBC.
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