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Global Principles for Veterinary Collegiality

Global principles for veterinary collegiality  As professionals in the field of veterinary medicine, regardless of our specialization and area of practice, we are responsible for the health and welfare of animals, entrusted to our care. As part of our profession, we also have a responsibility to protect human society and its members through our involvement in the …

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Advice for pet owners for visiting your vet during the COVID-19 outbreak

Advice for pet owners for visiting your vet during the COVID-19 outbreak – Make an appointment by phone or online – Before you go to the vet, call for advice. – Call your veterinarian in advance, some veterinarians only accept emergencies. – Only one healthy adult should accompany a pet. – Upon arrival, wait outside and follow the instructions of the staff. – Disinfect hands before …

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Guidelines for Veterinary Practitioners Handling Companion Animals During the COVID-19 Outbreak

Guidelines for Veterinary Practitioners Handling Companion Animals During the COVID-19 Outbreak – Let clients call you so you can decide which visits have priority. – All personnel must wear protective equipment (as recommended by the Ministry of Health). – All workers should wash their hands regularly and thoroughly (after each contact with a pet or …

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