SAFEGUARDING the security and general wellbeing of stabled equine patients is essential to promoting a professional image as a modern veterinary practice, as well as complying with a statutory requirement to discharge the appropriate duty of care. The theft of a horse from a veterinary practice might seem an unlikely scenario, but many equine patients are valuable enough to tempt an opportunist. And this is certainly not the only risk that practices ought to be concerning themselves with, as Tim Greet discusses.
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