This year we hosted four events during freshers week to welcome new students. We held a cream tea evening to welcome the international students and they enjoyed traditional scones, jam...Read more
In the 1950’s the veterinary profession was small and a majority worked in “mixed” practice. By modern standards it was rather “primitive”. The first vaccine for dogs came in Sept 1959 with the supply of distemper vaccine by Burroughs Wellcome. The antibiotics were simple penicillin and streptomycin and the sulphonamides were very unsophisticated! Anaesthetic for cats was ether, barbiturates for dogs and chloroform for horses! Yet we managed most things!Read more
The VCF Committee is made up of volunteers from within the fellowship, and from all different areas of the profession. The Committee meets via Zoom once a month to discuss all that is going on within the fellowship, to plan and pray for the way forwards.Find out more
"In joining the VCF I declare my faith in Jesus Christ as my saviour, my Lord and my God"
"Sharing Christ's love through veterinary medicine"
What inspired you to become a Vet? Reading James Herriot and watching All Creatures Great and Small many years ago, certainly was part of my inspiration. Perhaps you look back...Read more
Opportunity to self-determine your veterinary career by buying my solo vet independent Practice (in stages if that is helpful). All enquiries to Paul Goss at Huntley and Partners. Blessings EdmundRead more