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#BreedtoBreathe: 10-point plan for veterinary practices

06 Feb 2020 | Hayley Atkin | Animal health

We know that vets and vet nurses improve the welfare of many brachycephalic dogs on a day-to-day basis through the diagnosis and treatment of problems linked to brachycephaly. To support the profession to take wider action, we’ve developed the #BreedtoBreathe 10-point plan for veterinary practices.

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