Camp for future vets


WHILE most young people were enjoying their school holiday break one group of animal lovers spent a day at the Animal Referral Hospital (ARH) at Homebush. The group of aspiring young veterinarians and vet nurses were taking part in the annual five-day Future Vet Kids Camp, and spent a day at ARH discovering what the specialist surgeons, vets and nurses do each day. Aged from nine to 16, the youngsters took part in a range of activities including doing a CT scan on a pineapple, as well as getting a chance to put on surgical scrubs and see emergency vet care in action.

Story appeared in: Review | January 22nd, 2018



WHILE most young people were enjoying their school holiday break one group of animal lovers spent a day at the Animal Referral Hospital (ARH) at Homebush.
The group of aspiring young veterinarians and vet nurses were taking part in the annual five-day Future Vet Kids Camp, and spent a day at ARH discovering what the specialist surgeons, vets and nurses do each day.
Aged from nine to 16, the youngsters took part in a range of activities including doing a CT scan on a pineapple, as well as getting a chance to put on surgical scrubs and see emergency vet care in action.



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Publication: Review | Section: news | Author: Kim Palmer | Story ID: 134263 | Viewcount: 6956

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