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Peace of mind for pet owners

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Does your pet have his or her own seat on the sofa? Do they get away with sneaking into your bed at night? Does your pet get as much or even more pampering than your partner? If your answer to any of these questions is yes, then you are probably one of the many pet owners who see their furry friend as much more than a hobby or mere companion, and more like a fully-fledged family member.

As a responsible and caring pet owner you will want to do everything necessary to keep your pet happy and healthy. But have you ever asked yourself who is looking after your pet’s health and how much you know about them? Do you pay as much attention to choosing a vet as you would your family doctor? It can be very difficult for the average pet owner to know what to look for to get the best out of your vet to ensure your pet receives the best service possible.

If you would like to know what to look for and what questions you should be asking, join our guest live online.

Lynne Hill, President of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons joins us live online on Monday 27th March at 1400hrs

Lynne Hill initially worked in mixed practice in Lancashire before moving to Northern Ireland where she has worked in general mixed practice for many years. A member of the British Small Animal Veterinary Association for many years and served on its many committees, Lynne became its first female President in 1994. She was elected to Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Council in 1999 and became President in July 2005.

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