Your Responsibilities as a Veterinary SurgeonOctober 25, 2013

The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons has detailed guidelines that you must follow as a veterinary surgeon. As a professional, you will probably still remember them. It’s never a bad thing to be reminded of your obligations however, especially when it involves the health and welfare of the animals in your care.


Keeping your Veterinary Instruments Sterile September 25, 2013

No vet wants to put an animal’s life at risk, but unsterilized equipment will do just that. Autoclaves are therefore a vital part of keeping your veterinary instruments clean and safe. The last thing you want to happen is for an operation to go well, but for infections and complications to arise later on due to poorly sterilised veterinary instruments.

Knowing how to choose the right autoclave, and how to keep it maintained, will ensure that you need not worry about unsterilized veterinary instruments in the future.


Appointment of a New Salesperson at Vet TechSeptember 05, 2013

Vet Tech Solutions Ltd would like to introduce a new sales person to their team. This person may be known to some of you already from a past life. We have recruited Jayson Shaw from north of the border to concentrate on the northern territory for us.


Cat Diabetes Care Advice & Vet Medical SuppliesAugust 20, 2013

Cats and diabetes; pet owners have a responsibility for looking after their cats, this could be making sure they are looking after their cats properly if they already have diabetes, or taking the necessary steps to ensure their pet does not develop the disease by preventing obesity in the first place.


Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Revises Guides on MicrochippingAugust 06, 2013

There are quite a few reasons why an animal is registered to a different person, for example the animal could have been sold or re-homed - and it is easy for people to forget to update the details, there’s also the chance that new pet owners may not even have realised that their pet was micro chipped.


Guide to choosing the right anaesthesia machineMay 21, 2013

Price is often the first thing people take into account when shopping around for veterinary equipment, but in the case of something with incredibly specific uses like anaesthesia machines, there are many factors more important than cost. When surrounded by different models and prices, it can be tempting to make a choice without having all the information.


Vet Tech goes Hi-TechMarch 12, 2013

As one of the UK’s leading manufacturers and suppliers of veterinary equipment we are pleased to announce the launch of our new website which is about to make life easier than ever for veterinary staff.

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