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Reptiles in first opinion practice - what you need to know

05 May 2017 | Ian Sayers | Exotics

Practitioners are being presented with reptile patients on a regular, and increasing basis. They deserve to be given the same standard of care as more familiar species, but is this always the case? Ian Sayers - Advanced Practitioner in Zoological Medicine, discusses the importance of treating reptiles in first opinion practice.

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