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Small animal veterinary surgeon


Seeking a vet with some experience to take on responsibility and further develop their career in clinical primary care practice where there is a varied case load. This includes opportunities to develop interests in several possible disciplines including medicine, dermatology, cardiology, surgery, and several primary care modules.

We have thirty team members with our own on-call rota with back up, on-site care team. Good work life balance including three short days each week, and four before and after a weekend on duty. Benefits do include attractive salary and auto enrolment pension, plus generous CPD allowance which supports work study towards a certificate. We are ideally looking for a clinician capable of leading a team who has at least 2-3 years’ experience of clinical practice.

For more information or to apply, please contact Dr Paul R Manning: recruitment@astonlee.co.uk www.astonlee.co.uk


  • Wales to ban third party puppy and kitten sales
    Blog SpotThe Welsh Government has said it will ban third party sales of puppies and kittens, after a consultation showed overwhelming public support.

    A consultation in February received nearly 500 responses, most of whom called for greater action to improve the welfare of cats and dogs at all breeding premises.

    Concerns were also raised about online sales, impulse buying, breeder accountability and illegal puppy imports.

    A consultation will now be held on plans to implement a ban. Environment minister Lesley Griffiths said she will also revisit the current breeding regulations to improve welfare conditions.


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