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What Visa Do I Need to Work as a Vet in Canada?
Holly Anne Hills MRCVS Vets are in high demand in Canada and fall into the demand or shortage professions (Canada NOC List, code 3114). With
How to Communicate with Vets and Clients
By Rebecca MacMillan BVetMed BSAVA PGCertSAM MRCVS Most vets establish their own style of communication over the years, with countless work-related interactions happening every day.
Burnt Out and Under 30 in the Veterinary Industry
By Aisling O’Keeffe *Don’t forget to check out the end of the article for details on our Mental Health Charity and CPD event, The Titanic
What Visa Do I Need to Work as a Vet in Australia?
By Corinne Wigfall BVMBVS(hons) Thinking of heading to the land down under? This large and beautiful continent is currently experiencing what can only be described
What Visa do I Need to Work as a Vet in New Zealand?
By Corinne Wigfall BVMBVS(Hons) BVMedSci(Hons) Are you considering working in the land of the long white cloud? This small nation in the southern hemisphere is
Is Being a Locum Vet/Vet Nurse Right For You?
Dr. Hannah Godfrey BVetMed MRCVS Introduction The demand for vets has never been higher, and many practices are advertising their need for help. Because of
What Visa Do I Need to Work as a Vet in Ireland?
By Aisling O’Keeffe MVB CertSAM ISFMCertAdvFB Ireland, often known as the Emerald Isles, is famous for its beautiful scenery, mountains, and cliffs along with vibrant
How to Write a Veterinary Cover Letter
Dr Hannah Godfrey BVetMed MRCVS Introduction For many vets, the job application process sits far in the back of their minds during day-to-day life. It’s
What Visa Do I Need to Work as a Vet in the UK?
Holly Anne Hills MRCVS Your veterinary degree is a passport to the rest of the world, as there is a whole wealth of opportunities out
Looking After Our Mental Health and Well-being in 2023
Holly Anne Hills MRCVS *See the end of the Article to hear all about our Mental Health Charity and CPD event The Titanic Vet Show in
How To Become a Veterinary Neurologist
Dr Ruth Cawston MA VetMB CertAVP (SAM) MRCVS If you are a vet with a passion for neurology, you might be considering taking your interest
How to Become a Veterinary Dermatologist
Louise Barnes BVSc (Hons) GPCert(Derm) MRCVS Are you a qualified veterinary surgeon looking for your next challenge? There are a huge number of career options
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