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    (Original post by ViolinGirl)
    I love it when that happens

    PETS travel scheme isn't too complex I think. If I remember correctly it is just used to allow the travel of animals between certain countries in the EU, without the animal having to go into quarantine for 6 months. They need to have rabies vaccination, some blood test and to be microchipped at least 6 months prior to travel.

    Is that all ?

    Otherwise I need to look it up...
    they asked me why it was 6 months for rabies too.
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    Hey does anybody know how many people Liv interview (each day and altogether)? Reckon they've got more dates to give out?
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    ive just booked in 3 weeks of NIGHT lambing and it goes right up to the day before i start at the next farm but i do get paid, and get to spend time with sheep :p: (sheep are sooo stupid, dairy cows kick their ass )
    im gona have to get into student mode and stay awake all night and sleep all day, im not very good at that, im such a morning person, always up by 8 whatever time i get in the night before... and no socialising for 6 weeks i dont no my hours for the other farm yet but these 3 weeks are 8pm-3am!!!!!
    cant wait!
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    (Original post by Annaconda)
    they asked me why it was 6 months for rabies too.
    would u need to know the answer to this though? im pretty sure most people could make an educated guess as its pretty obvious isnt it? or ill make a right **** of myself and have it completely wrong :o:
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    (Original post by dbodle)
    Strictly speaking the 6th month rule for FEI competitions is that your horse has been vaccinated within the last 6 months. So if you competition season does not start till the end of March and is over by mid September you can get your horse vaccinated once a year. works out quite a bit cheaper.
    Only really applies for event horses though, and with the amount of internationals been held later in the year (Spain I think has a 2* in November I think?) the norm is for eventers to be vaccinated twice a year, but I get what you mean if you can work it round the six months you might as well
    The amount of horses that tested positive at the olympics was unbelievable - and a lot of them 'claimed' to have asked permission from the ground jury to use certain things (cooling gel was the one that springs to mind). Also cross contamination is a problem, where certain drugs are legal (with permission) in mares, but not in stallions or geldings.
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    (Original post by zoop)
    Hey does anybody know how many people Liv interview (each day and altogether)? Reckon they've got more dates to give out?
    I'm not sure, but they interview 9 people at each time slot and I think there are 6 time slots a day. So that's 54 a day. They interview every Wednesday and they've given out 7 dates so far. They've probably got a few more to go (the last date given was the 24th February so maybe there's 2 more dates, the last being the 17th?). So that would mean they interview about 450-500 people? Obviously this is just me speculating, but it seems logical.
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    did anyone who applied to rvc gateway not get an interview?
    it seems like almost everyone got one

    WOOOOOOOOOO FLORENCE WON BEST ALBUM. happy daizzzzz.

    edit: and i also think stephs figures are accurate-ish btw..
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    (Original post by steph_v)
    I'm not sure, but they interview 9 people at each time slot and I think there are 6 time slots a day. So that's 54 a day. They interview every Wednesday and they've given out 7 dates so far. They've probably got a few more to go (the last date given was the 24th February so maybe there's 2 more dates, the last being the 17th?). So that would mean they interview about 450-500 people? Obviously this is just me speculating, but it seems logical.
    Ok thanks. Yeh I'm not too sure cos I easily pass their academic and work exp requirements (60+ wks on that form with all the individual sections being fulfilled, n 10+ wks in the past 2 yrs) so hopefully I'll hear something good x
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    (Original post by Rachhyyyy)
    would u need to know the answer to this though? im pretty sure most people could make an educated guess as its pretty obvious isnt it? or ill make a right **** of myself and have it completely wrong :o:
    long incubation period?
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    (Original post by zoop)
    Ok thanks. Yeh I'm not too sure cos I easily pass their academic and work exp requirements (60+ wks on that form with all the individual sections being fulfilled, n 10+ wks in the past 2 yrs) so hopefully I'll hear something good x
    60 + weeks? WOAH!!

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    WOAH!!!

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    (Original post by x_dwin_ffeimys_x)
    my horse has no passport :ninja:

    oww anybody fancing coming up to the hills in N.Wales to do lambing? my dad would appreciate the help, coz I'm fed up after 2 months of it....I have never in my life swared as much, and some sheep are just idiots who dont let their lambs suckle, so i've been winded, head butted trampled on, peed on and slaped with after birth...I want lambing to be over!!! hahaha
    MEEEEE! I have sooo much free time! I really want some hands on lambing experience, i did 3 days at a farm, which had got rid of all its older ewes, and ewes that had difficult lambings the previous year, so they had their 'good' ewes left, so nothing needed assisting when i was there, i learnt alot, but did nothing practical, apart from ride around on a quad bike.
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    Does anyone know where I can read up on the improvements that Bristol are making to the Vet department? I am aware of this, but can't find anything on the website :|
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    (Original post by ViolinGirl)
    60 + weeks? WOAH!!

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    WOAH!!!

    :eek3:
    I spent my life at the stables...and still don't own a horse:o: When I was working it out I realised that I'd spent at least a yr of my life there but it sounded too ridiculous so I made the no. weeks spent there smaller. Well it obv doesn't matter too much cos I've not got an int from Liv yet. Not too sure what else these unis want tbh!
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    (Original post by ViolinGirl)
    Does anyone know where I can read up on the improvements that Bristol are making to the Vet department? I am aware of this, but can't find anything on the website :|
    yer i wondered that 2!!!

    Is any1 else on here desperately waiting to hear from notts??!!!!:woo:
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    (Original post by Dr. 2 be)
    yer i wondered that 2!!!

    Is any1 else on here desperately waiting to hear from notts??!!!!:woo:
    btw why is your name Dr. 2 be?
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    Tarek, urs?
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    can't actually believe i'm going to be a vet! i don't think it's ever gonna sink in!
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    (Original post by hannah_vet)
    can't actually believe i'm going to be a vet! i don't think it's ever gonna sink in!
    More importantly, a Bristol vet . We all know its the best choice
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    (Original post by hannah_vet)
    can't actually believe i'm going to be a vet! i don't think it's ever gonna sink in!

    well done hanna with ur offers- i knw how u feel!!! :cool:
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    (Original post by hannah_vet)
    can't actually believe i'm going to be a vet! i don't think it's ever gonna sink in!
    I like this
    I have the same realisation every so often.
 
 
 
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