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    (Original post by Little Tail Chaser)
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    I shall do tomorrow . I have lectures on poultry infectious disease tomorrow . Will be a long morning I think.
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    (Original post by skatealexia)
    I shall do tomorrow . I have lectures on poultry infectious disease tomorrow . Will be a long morning I think.
    I keep hens but I will admit I know very little about the diseases they get. I know of Marek's and gapeworm, that's the extent of my knowledge! (so far! :ninja: )
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    Okay updated.. my housemate just informed me I graduate in 2015 (may) you would start in september (2015) so I will already be graduated by the time you start. :eek: Harsh reality! I won't even see you guys, I'll be 'alumni.'
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    Aw thank you so much my bookmark bar is probably gonna cry when it sees what getting added Ahaha aw university must be amazing plus you are learning exactly what you are wanting to do in life which must be pretty awesome I suppose this is very early the other ones were like June time and this was march oh well it's good to know others out there

    Just remembered my rabbit has three legs so he is 3/4 of rabbit versus 2 which gives him 3/8 chance of distracting yours haha not the best


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    (Original post by skatealexia)
    Okay updated.. my housemate just informed me I graduate in 2015 (may) you would start in september (2015) so I will already be graduated by the time you start. :eek: Harsh reality! I won't even see you guys, I'll be 'alumni.'
    We might see you at interviews and open days though!
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    (Original post by Little Tail Chaser)
    I keep hens but I will admit I know very little about the diseases they get. I know of Marek's and gapeworm, that's the extent of my knowledge! (so far! :ninja: )
    GAPEWORM is the best worm. I love its morphology (google it) as its permanently in copulo and I remember the male is smaller I think. Perfect . Synagmus Trachea.
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    (Original post by skatealexia)
    Welcome to the most amazing place on the planet :cool:. Real doctors treat more than one species .
    hahaha
    :mmm: :laugh::laugh:



    (Original post by Little Tail Chaser)
    These threads have got progressively earlier each year. Although this is a tad extreme I will admit! :lol:
    Extreme is an understatement. :P

    Now, do vet medics need to meet the same requirement as normal meds do?
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    Aw, that must make you feel old haha ko aw you will be a fully fledged vet and we will be little fledglings learning the complex task of learning the flight of veterinary medicine #deepimagery :P


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    (Original post by frogs r everywhere)
    Now, do vet medics need to meet the same requirement as normal meds do?
    Yes, and more! :lol:

    15 weeks of work experience is the recommended minimum.
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    Plus advanced higher (in Scotland) are essential for vet med not for medicine


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    (Original post by Little Tail Chaser)
    Yes, and more! :lol:

    15 weeks of work experience is the recommended minimum.
    Whaaat! :eek:
    And I thought applying for medicine was stressful.
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    (Original post by Little Tail Chaser)
    Yes, and more! :lol:

    15 weeks of work experience is the recommended minimum.
    It has to be varied too
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    (Original post by skatealexia)
    GAPEWORM is the best worm. I love its morphology (google it) as its permanently in copulo and I remember the male is smaller I think. Perfect . Synagmus Trachea.
    I know all about this aswell.... and I'm a little first year

    L1 - L3 in its egg... odd but interesting.. they form a Y in adult form (males and females) in the trachea.... nom nom nom :lol:
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    (Original post by Little Tail Chaser)
    We might see you at interviews and open days though!
    :nope: She'll be on clinical rotations in practices - highly unlikely you'll ever meet skatealexia ( :adore: )
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    (Original post by Little Tail Chaser)
    Oven mits, wow! :lol: People have no idea just how dangerous rabbits can be! :lol: My arms are beautifully decorated with a criss-cross of scars, all of them homage to the fact that my rabbits decide when a cuddle is finished, not me! :lol:
    Yes! Rabbits are not as cuddly as people think!! My friend bought a rabbit who had been given back to the pet shop as a rescue rabbit. He had been given back TWICE and each time was because the rabbit had bitten a child. :rolleyes: He has a lovely home now though
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    (Original post by skatealexia)
    Okay updated.. my housemate just informed me I graduate in 2015 (may) you would start in september (2015) so I will already be graduated by the time you start. :eek: Harsh reality! I won't even see you guys, I'll be 'alumni.'
    That's only 2 years away from you - not long at all!!

    I'll be around to perhaps meets some of you 2015 hopefuls though
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    (Original post by Hollyheartsgoats)
    Yes! Rabbits are not as cuddly as people think!! My friend bought a rabbit who had been given back to the pet shop as a rescue rabbit. He had been given back TWICE and each time was because the rabbit had bitten a child. :rolleyes: He has a lovely home now though
    Rabbits are seen as an easy pet to look after unfortunately. I wouldn't say they are suitable for young children at all. It's good that the rabbit has a loving home now though.

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    I'll be around to perhaps meets some of you 2015 hopefuls though
    I sure hope so!

    Out of interest, at what stage did you guys (people already at uni ) start attending open days? I on Facebook that there's a few open days at the RVC coming up, but it's still really early and I don't think I'll go this year.
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    (Original post by Little Tail Chaser)
    Rabbits are seen as an easy pet to look after unfortunately. I wouldn't say they are suitable for young children at all. It's good that the rabbit has a loving home now though.


    I sure hope so!

    Out of interest, at what stage did you guys (people already at uni ) start attending open days? I on Facebook that there's a few open days at the RVC coming up, but it's still really early and I don't think I'll go this year.
    I agree with everything you said
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    Guess who just got 9 more days of wex booked :awesome:

    Now I'm desperate for one more day because then it will be 10 days which is two working weeks. Doing 1.8 weeks just looks so messy
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    (Original post by Little Tail Chaser)
    Rabbits are seen as an easy pet to look after unfortunately. I wouldn't say they are suitable for young children at all. It's good that the rabbit has a loving home now though.


    I sure hope so!

    Out of interest, at what stage did you guys (people already at uni ) start attending open days? I on Facebook that there's a few open days at the RVC coming up, but it's still really early and I don't think I'll go this year.
    I went to open days in year 12 I think. I felt it was really useful to see the place and talk to students - in fact I was unsure whether to apply to Liv, and only did so after visiting an open day and now would not like to be anywhere else

    I'd recommend to go to open days between years 11-12 if possible. Year 13 starts to get a bit more busy with writing statements etc. Some unis will give you a tour anyway when you come for interview, but it's nice to look around beforehand I think.
 
 
 
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