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Small animal RVN hydrotherapist

Exciting and rare opportunity for a motivated, enthusiastic and committed RVN to join our team of hydrotherapy RVNs.

This is a full time, permanent RVN vacancy with no on-call or out-of-hours work (job share may be considered), working an average of 40hrs per week over a four-week rotation. This includes some 7 pm finishes Monday-Friday and one Saturday in four (8am-5pm).

Shifts will be split between hydrotherapy and nursing, to include; patient care, consulting and theatre work.

A level three certificate in canine hydrotherapy (including water management) would be an advantage but is not essential. The successful candidate will receive a comprehensive induction and training programme.

You will be expected to maintain the high standards expected by Scott Veterinary Clinic and The Canine Hydrotherapy Association and consider ways in which the service can be grown to meet the needs of our clients.

The successful applicant must have excellent communication and customer service skills, be proactive in terms of promotion and engagement with both existing and new clients and be able to work independently as well as within the team.

Please email your letter of intent, CV and two professional references for the attention of Maxine Ketley, Business Development Manager: maxine@scottveterinaryclinic.co.uk

Visit our website for details about our hydrotherapy service: www.scottveterinaryclinic.co.uk/hydrotherapy

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    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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