THERE exists outside of the usual veterinary workplace environments a whole world of fascinating opportunities for interactions between vets, animals, owners and spectators. It is perhaps the presence of this last party that provides the potential for the greatest challenge of veterinary work in the public eye. In this article, Rob Jackson outlines factors to consider when preparing for the role of supervising veterinary surgeon at public events.
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