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November 26, 2017

Friday 15th - Saturday 16th:
The start to the trip didn't begin smoothly, and as it transpired my fortunes weren't to change immediately. I was to be leaving immediately after my Zoo EMS, midway through a camel post-mortem the vet with me asks, with a smirk, whether I...

May 21, 2017

It'r rotations.

After 6/36 weeks of constant assessment during rotations - I am ready for a 3-week break! Even if 2 of those weeks are EMS, it feels like a holiday! To celebrate the end of the first block of rotations - we had a 'festival'.. I drank too much and am writ...

April 16, 2016

Dr David Roberts from the University of Kent, provided a new insight into the rising levels of international wildlife trade present on social media, it was fascinating, even if a little daunting to hear the scale of the matter As the 4th largest source of crime globall...

June 29, 2015

As usual, the supposedly relaxing holiday to Marrakech with my other half had been rather fast-paced, consisting of me racing around the souks and other tourist traps. To end this well earnt break we decided to catch a late night flight and slowly drive home from Gatwi...

June 12, 2015

For another year, I was pleased to be able to attend the AWF annual discussion forum and even more grateful that, thanks to the General Election it had been delayed to post exams! An even more broad range of topics were discussed from antibiotic resistance to populatio...

May 30, 2015

Not the best motion pics, but I love them just becuase of how much fun Poppy is having.. Who would think this dog is nearly 11yo.. Think she lives by the ‘you’re not old until to act old’ mantra..

February 10, 2015

To explain the title before we go any further.. Orangutans!


This year LUVZS are running a 'Triple Challenge' for members to help fundraise for Orangutan Appeal UK. The three challenges, if undertaken include: A bungee jump, climbin...

January 29, 2015

In the midst of January exams I took myself down to London for the Edward Elkan memorial symposium ran by John and Margaret Cooper.

Before I continue, I should give a brief history to Edward Elkan. Elkan was a German born, jewish GP working in 1930's England. He had a p...

July 10, 2014

Recently, I was lucky enough to steward at a Veterinary conference in Manchester. We helped prepare the venue the day before and usher in the delegates as they arrived. During any lulls over the course of the two days, we could attend lectures. Being a 1st year I suspe...

June 23, 2014

It was the week before my first year exams began and as usual I had delayed the onset of my revision until last minute convincing myself that two weeks of mad lambing in my Easter holidays was a valid excuse to postpone any kind of revision. In the same mind-set I had...

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