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A Personal Journey with Lyme Disease

Lyme Disease I had never heard of. A rare disease possibly? A foreign disease? A zoonotic risk? I certainly had not seen a tick or develop the classic ‘bulls eye rash’. For more than a year my health began a slow and steady decline

Taking the Plunge

For new practice owners or new graduate vets and vet nurses, facing into a first job or owning your first business is an exciting experience. However, it can also be unnerving as you contend with a demanding environment and people and situations you don’t know.

Fear Free in Veterinary Practice

Since discovering the world of fear free veterinary medicine, we have never looked back nor have our clients. Granted that we still have a long way to go to developing cemented fear free protocols we have definitely started mixing the sand and water and are exploring it every day in Arra Vets.

Farm Safety Tips from Hazell

I know I have slightly missed the boat with farm safety week just gone by but I feel safety on farm is never confined to just one week in the year. It is a wonderful incentive every year to highlight the importance of been vigilant on farm but I think all farmers and vets alike know accidents can happen in a blink of an eye, and we need to always have safety in the forefront of our minds.

Farm Vet Essentials

Farm animal veterinary can be so unpredictable and, when your starting out, this aspect of the job can bring a lot of mixed emotions. All you can do is be prepared and organized so that whatever comes your way you have the equipment and medication to deal with it.