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It's our 50th episode today! Sometimes when you’re editing a podcast, the most frustrating part is how much of the gold just can’t quite make the cut, as there isn’t time to squeeze everything in to each episode. In this season, there was so much wonderful audio and fantastic conversation that hadn’t quite made it into the first 9 episodes, so today, for our season finale, we’re bringing you the best of the rest of the conversations we’ve featured so far. It’s like a Christmas special, but as it’s not Christmas, it’s a just a ‘special’. You’ll hear snippets of chat from quite a few of our guests here, and don’t forget, you can go back and listen to each of their full conversations in the back catalogue.  This season is brought to you by Virtual Veterinary Specialists. Ever wish you could just conjure up a specialist to help you, in person, with a difficult case? Well now you can! The wonders of cutting-edge medical technology means that VVS specialists can be instantly on hand to live-guide you through procedures.  Book a call with VVS to find out more: http://bit.ly/BookACallWithVVS  Check them out on YouTube for a flavour of how VVS can help your practice: http://bit.ly/VVSvideosYouTube Head to the VVS website for more info: http://bit.ly/VirtualVeterinarySpecialists
If you’re lucky, there might be someone in your life or work that really inspires you, who has an impact on the trajectory of your career and the path you choose to take. It might be a teacher at school, a family member or a friend. For Christelle Le Roux it was a lecturer at uni. Christelle qualified from the University of Pretoria already knowing that she wanted to be a diagnostic imaging specialist and has followed that dream through an internship, residency and diploma. She met Georgina Catlow, a vet in Surrey, through VVS, with Christelle teaching and mentoring Georgina throughout her diagnostic imaging certificate. Georgina qualified in 2015 and has built her skills and interest in imaging over the past 5 years - you can feel the shared passion they both hold for the discipline in this chat, and the impact that having an unofficial mentor has had for both of them on developing that passion. This season is brought to you by Virtual Veterinary Specialists. Ever wish you could just conjure up a specialist to help you, in person, with a difficult case? Well now you can! The wonders of cutting-edge medical technology means that VVS specialists can be instantly on hand to live-guide you through procedures.  Book a call with VVS to find out more: http://bit.ly/BookACallWithVVS  Check them out on YouTube for a flavour of how VVS can help your practice: http://bit.ly/VVSvideosYouTube Head to the VVS website for more info: http://bit.ly/VirtualVeterinarySpecialists
Today we’re hearing about life behind the scenes in the world of virtual veterinary referrals. Ruth Clark and Lydia Morgan are both vets themselves with years of experience in general practice, who have now transferred their skills to work as commercial managers at VVS. As you’ll hear in this conversation they clearly both love their job and the satisfaction they gain from helping others in practice, and Lydia and Ruth are really great examples of vets who’ve acknowledged the wide set of skills we all have in the veterinary space, and subsequently diversified their careers. I love that Lydia says “There’s no such thing as just a vet” - she’s so right. We can all be vets doing whatever it is that makes us tick.  This season is brought to you by Virtual Veterinary Specialists. Ever wish you could just conjure up a specialist to help you, in person, with a difficult case? Well now you can! The wonders of cutting-edge medical technology means that VVS specialists can be instantly on hand to live-guide you through procedures.  Book a call with VVS to find out more: http://bit.ly/BookACallWithVVS  Check them out on YouTube for a flavour of how VVS can help your practice: http://bit.ly/VVSvideosYouTube Head to the VVS website for more info: http://bit.ly/VirtualVeterinarySpecialists
They say that ‘teamwork makes the dream work’ right, and I couldn’t agree more. This ethos was so evident when I chatted to Kelly Burrow, Inês Serrão, and Avner Hoida from Medivet in Enfield. Kelly became a partner at Medivet at a relatively young age, but is clearly an inspiring and caring boss, and I was so impressed by her, Inês and Avner. They’re a young team but one that comes across as incredibly well supported and full of confidence, with everyone given a chance to progress and learn, and I absolutely loved hearing about how the vets and nurses in their practice are encouraged to stretch themselves and try new things. We started by talking about how Kelly manages her team to create an environment in which everyone can thrive. This season is brought to you by Virtual Veterinary Specialists. Ever wish you could just conjure up a specialist to help you, in person, with a difficult case? Well now you can! The wonders of cutting-edge medical technology means that VVS specialists can be instantly on hand to live-guide you through procedures.  Book a call with VVS to find out more: http://bit.ly/BookACallWithVVS  Check them out on YouTube for a flavour of how VVS can help your practice: http://bit.ly/VVSvideosYouTube Head to the VVS website for more info: http://bit.ly/VirtualVeterinarySpecialists
What’s the collective noun for a group of veterinary specialists? I’ve no idea but we’ve got a right good bunch of them on the podcast today. In this conversation I was joined by Simona Radaelli, Susana Silva, Christelle le Roux, Pedro Oliveira and Nuala Summerfield, who are all diploma holders in their various fields. They have, between them, worked in a multitude of different countries and top notch referral centres and have wildly impressive credentials. We talked a lot about teaching in this conversation, with the specialists talking about their passion and enjoyment of teaching, and what they feel it gives them in return. This season is brought to you by Virtual Veterinary Specialists. Ever wish you could just conjure up a specialist to help you, in person, with a difficult case? Well now you can! The wonders of cutting-edge medical technology means that VVS specialists can be instantly on hand to live-guide you through procedures.  Book a call with VVS to find out more: http://bit.ly/BookACallWithVVS  Check them out on YouTube for a flavour of how VVS can help your practice: http://bit.ly/VVSvideosYouTube Head to the VVS website for more info: http://bit.ly/VirtualVeterinarySpecialists
There are many of us in the vet world who love to learn, and I know a lot of vets and nurses relish the time they get to spend acquiring new skills and new knowledge, and how much pleasure it can give people to master something different. But some people are also gifted with a true passion for teaching, and Steph Sorrell definitely falls into that category. Steph is a medicine diplomat who locums around the UK in different referral hospitals, and is part of the medicine service at VVS. She met Thea Gardner, a branch partner at Medivet, when Steph taught an online interactive case-based CPD course during the pandemic. Thea has recently passed her small animal medicine certificate and here they discuss teaching and learning as vets, why the time pressures in general practice sometimes make this difficult and why learning on the job has its benefits. This season is brought to you by Virtual Veterinary Specialists. Ever wish you could just conjure up a specialist to help you, in person, with a difficult case? Well now you can! The wonders of cutting-edge medical technology means that VVS specialists can be instantly on hand to live-guide you through procedures.  Book a call with VVS to find out more: http://bit.ly/BookACallWithVVS  Check them out on YouTube for a flavour of how VVS can help your practice: http://bit.ly/VVSvideosYouTube Head to the VVS website for more info: http://bit.ly/VirtualVeterinarySpecialists
One of the beauties of the veterinary profession is the diversity of practices out there, in terms of size, scope and the expertise of people working within them. There really is a place for everyone, whether you’re big or small, specialist or not. Sarah Aldridge is the owner of Daventry Vets, a 2-vet independent practice in Daventry that was founded in 2001, and is a GP vet with a focus on building personal, friendly relationships with her clients and their animals. Here she chats to Nuala Summerfield, a cardiology diplomat and co-founder of VVS about the relationship between specialists and practitioners, how it’s changed over time in their careers, and why they both appreciate the benefits of being able to keep cases in house where possible.  This season is brought to you by Virtual Veterinary Specialists. Ever wish you could just conjure up a specialist to help you, in person, with a difficult case? Well now you can! The wonders of cutting-edge medical technology means that VVS specialists can be instantly on hand to live-guide you through procedures.  Book a call with VVS to find out more: http://bit.ly/BookACallWithVVS  Check them out on YouTube for a flavour of how VVS can help your practice: http://bit.ly/VVSvideosYouTube Head to the VVS website for more info: http://bit.ly/VirtualVeterinarySpecialists  
My guests today are Andrea Volk and Pascal Hoberg, and today we’re bringing you some insights into learning to love a speciality - in this case dermatology - that perhaps isn’t your natural love. Pascal is a Director at Wylie Veterinary Hospital in Upminster, and holds a certificate in cardiology. It’s probably safe to say that he previously hasn’t been a great fan of the many and frequent derm cases he’s had to deal with in practice. Andrea on the other hand is a European specialist in veterinary dermatology, having completed a residency at the RVC. She is now back in her home country of Germany, and is a dermatologist at the University of Hannover Vet School as well as consulting for VVS. Andrea, unsurprisingly, is a huge fan of dermatology. I absolutely adored this conversation, and the hilarious relationship that Andrea and Pascal have.  This season is brought to you by Virtual Veterinary Specialists. Ever wish you could just conjure up a specialist to help you, in person, with a difficult case? Well now you can! The wonders of cutting-edge medical technology means that VVS specialists can be instantly on hand to live-guide you through procedures.  Book a call with VVS to find out more: http://bit.ly/BookACallWithVVS  Check them out on YouTube for a flavour of how VVS can help your practice: http://bit.ly/VVSvideosYouTube Head to the VVS website for more info: http://bit.ly/VirtualVeterinarySpecialists
In this episode we’ll be hearing from Ellie Marriott and Nuala Summerfield about their love of all things feline, as well as some of the clinical challenges that cats can present, particularly with regard to cardiology. Nuala is a cardiology specialist as well as the co-founder and clinical director of VVS. Ellie is a partner at Castle Vets, an independent practice in Dorchester. They’re an ISFM Gold Standard Cat Friendly Clinic, and Ellie believes in providing the very best care she can to every cat that walks through her door. Both Ellie and Nuala are enthusiastic adopters of new technology, embracing change where they can as part of their ethos in veterinary medicine. This season is brought to you by Virtual Veterinary Specialists. Ever wish you could just conjure up a specialist to help you, in person, with a difficult case? Well now you can! The wonders of cutting-edge medical technology means that VVS specialists can be instantly on hand to live-guide you through procedures.  Book a call with VVS to find out more: http://bit.ly/BookACallWithVVS  Check them out on YouTube for a flavour of how VVS can help your practice: http://bit.ly/VVSvideosYouTube Head to the VVS website for more info: http://bit.ly/VirtualVeterinarySpecialists
I’m joined today by Clare Knottenbelt and Jenny Gould. Clare is an oncology specialist who spent 18 years teaching students at the University of Glasgow. Two years ago she started her own business, with the aim of helping practitioners become more confident at administering chemotherapy and treating oncology patients themselves, and is now the oncology specialist at VVS. Clare is also a certified coach, and you’ll hear her passion for helping others in this chat. Jenny Gould qualified in 2005 and has predominantly been a small animal first opinion practitioner since. She has unique experience of the services provided by VVS, having worked for the company as a commercial manager, as well as utilising the services both as a referring vet and an owner. You’ll hear in this conversation about Jenny finding herself in the position - as many of us do with our own pets - of being an owner facing decisions regarding a beloved family member, with her own dog, Ember. This season is brought to you by Virtual Veterinary Specialists. Ever wish you could just conjure up a specialist to help you, in person, with a difficult case? Well now you can! The wonders of cutting-edge medical technology means that VVS specialists can be instantly on hand to live-guide you through procedures.  Book a call with VVS to find out more: http://bit.ly/BookACallWithVVS  Check them out on YouTube for a flavour of how VVS can help your practice: http://bit.ly/VVSvideosYouTube Head to the VVS website for more info: http://bit.ly/VirtualVeterinarySpecialists
Today is the last episode in this season, but don’t worry, we’ll be back in January with a brand new collection of podcasts that we cannot wait to bring you! We’re having a little break over Christmas but Season 3 kicks off on January 11th so pop it in your diaries. A massive Merry Christmas from Ebony and me, and to all those of you working over the Christmas period, we thank you, we salute you and we are with you - stick us in your ears or on the car radio as you’re driving about - I’ll be working over the festive season too so I’m with you, and wherever you are, the whole veterinary community is massively appreciative of those keeping the ship afloat over the holiday period.  Our guests on the season finale are Louise Littler, an organising and decluttering coach and mentor, and Emma Davis, a career and business coach, and the founder of https://veterinarycareers.com.au, and we’re hearing their hopeful stories before christmas of overcoming debt. This isn’t something we talk about a lot as vets, and I’m really grateful to Lou and Em for being so candid. Many of my American friends have opened up previously about their cripplingly high debts, and there’s widespread awareness of the cost of vet school in the US, but here there’s a silent population of vets and nurses with huge debts, student loans, credit cards and more. We’re lifting the lid on that today, and hearing how it can be overcome.  This season is supported by VetYou. VetYou are a veterinary-led community encouraging you to face up to your finances, get the help and advice you need, and start paving the way to a brilliant financial future, whether that’s starting your own business or planning for your retirement. Everyone involved in VetYou has had highs and lows in their own financial journeys. So this season is all about telling you the stories of our community to help you make the most of your finances.  Borborygmi is brought to you by Vets: Stay Go Diversify, an international community of veterinary professionals supporting each other in pursuing fulfilling careers - join us on Facebook!  
Today we’ve got the second part of my chat with Libby Kemkaren-Thompson and Jenny Guyat, both career coaches with a huge interest in money mindset that really comes across in their conversation. In this episode they’re discussing the ins and outs of money mindset as a vet, how the attitudes of the general public can crush our confidence around money, and how changing your perspective around money can alter your earning potential.  VetYou are a veterinary-led community encouraging you to face up to your finances, get the help and advice you need, and start paving the way to a brilliant financial future, whether that’s starting your own business or planning for your retirement. Everyone involved in VetYou has had highs and lows in their own financial journeys. So this season is all about telling you the stories of our community to help you make the most of your finances.  Most important of all, we want to hear from you over the next few weeks. Send us an email at hello@vetyou.co.uk, drop me a DM at @naomi_the_vet, or write us a review on Apple podcasts with your thoughts and feedback, and we’ll be featuring a few of them each week. We really want to know what you think about money, about pay in the profession, about whether you even give your financial future a second thought or anything else you fancy. Borborygmi is brought to you by Vets: Stay Go Diversify, an international community of veterinary professionals supporting each other in pursuing fulfilling careers - join us on Facebook!  
There was so much wisdom, interesting stuff and general fun in this episode that I couldn't cram it all into one podcast, so you've got not one, but TWO sessions with the fabulous Jenny Guyat and Libby Kemkaren-Thompson coming your way this week as a pre-Christmas treat!  Libby and Jen will be familiar to many of you - they've both been supporting and inspiring people within the veterinary profession for many years, and are both brilliant career coaches helping others to unlock their potential. Today they're talking about what "money mindset" is, understanding your own attitudes towards money and how that translates into building a complementary team of people around you.  A few resources that Jen and Libby recommend in this episode: The 4 Big Cats analogy that Libby describes is the Wealth Dynamics model Jenny mentioned Sacred Money Archetypes and she also uses Talent Flow Human Design by Chetan Parkyn Dominique Mullally's work on money mindset and wealth strategy  Denise Duffield-Thomas's books including The Chillpreneur We're being supported this season by VetYou, a veterinary-led community encouraging you to face up to your finances, get the help and advice you need, and start paving the way to a brilliant financial future, whether that’s starting your own business or planning for your retirement. Everyone involved in VetYou has had highs and lows in their own financial journeys. So this season is all about telling you the stories of our community to help you make the most of your finances.  Most important of all, we want to hear from you over the next few weeks. Send us an email at hello@vetyou.co.uk, drop me a DM at @naomi_the_vet, or write us a review on Apple podcasts with your thoughts and feedback, and we’ll be featuring a few of them each week. We really want to know what you think about money, about pay in the profession, about whether you even give your financial future a second thought or anything else you fancy. Borborygmi is brought to you by Vets: Stay Go Diversify, an international community of veterinary professionals supporting each other in pursuing fulfilling careers - join us on Facebook!  
Today I’m joined by Chris and Sarah McIntosh, a married pair of vets from Cornwall. As you’ll hear, the story of their lives for the last 10 years has been shaped by the consequences of Chris’s brain injury as a result of hydrocephalus. I was really moved and amazed during this chat: it strikes me that neither Chris nor Sarah are the kind of people who seek sympathy or dwell in self-pity, instead their good humour and capacity to just get on with life is really what shines through. I want to thank them both for sharing their experiences with us, it was a total privilege. As Chris himself said to me before we started recording, if ever there was a walking advert for income protection, it’s him. If you're looking at income protection, have a look at VetYou - they'll be able to help you. VetYou are a veterinary-led community encouraging you to face up to your finances, get the help and advice you need, and start paving the way to a brilliant financial future, whether that’s starting your own business or planning for your retirement. Everyone involved in VetYou has had highs and lows in their own financial journeys. So this season is all about telling you the stories of our community to help you make the most of your finances.  Most important of all, we want to hear from you over the next few weeks. Send us an email at hello@vetyou.co.uk, drop me a DM at @naomi_the_vet, or write us a review on Apple podcasts with your thoughts and feedback, and we’ll be featuring a few of them each week. We really want to know what you think about money, about pay in the profession, about whether you even give your financial future a second thought or anything else you fancy. Borborygmi is brought to you by Vets: Stay Go Diversify, an international community of veterinary professionals supporting each other in pursuing fulfilling careers - join us on Facebook!
Today, we’re mostly talking about getting old. Yes, it’ll happen to all of us whether we like it or not, and if you’re like me and have no clue about pensions then hopefully this chat might be somewhat enlightening. Joining me today are Rory Cowlam, a small animal vet in London, with a parallel career as a TV vet , appearing regularly on The Pets Factor and Blue Peter amongst others. He’s also a published author, and I’m pretty sure he’s the first guest on Borborygmi to have a Wikipedia page... Vivan Shridharani used to work as an investment banker until he founded Raindrop, a flexible digital pension platform for self-employed people. He and Rory have been friends for a while, and because Rory is keen for Vivan not to get his knuckles rapped, we should say that anything discussed in this episode can’t be construed as financial advice. You have to make your own decisions about what’s right for you, but FYI, Raindrop is great.   We’re being supported for this season by VetYou, a veterinary-led community encouraging you to face up to your finances, get the help and advice you need, and start paving the way to a brilliant financial future, whether that’s starting your own business or planning for your retirement. Everyone involved in VetYou has had highs and lows in their own financial journeys. So this season is all about telling you the stories of our community to help you make the most of your finances.  Most important of all, we want to hear from you over the next few weeks. Send us an email at hello@vetyou.co.uk, drop me a DM at @naomi_the_vet, or write us a review on Apple podcasts with your thoughts and feedback, and we’ll be featuring a few of them each week. We really want to know what you think about money, about pay in the profession, about whether you even give your financial future a second thought or anything else you fancy. Borborygmi is brought to you by Vets: Stay Go Diversify, an international community of veterinary professionals supporting each other in pursuing fulfilling careers - join us on Facebook!
One thing I’ve really noticed since doing these podcasts is how amazing it is that when you start being honest and open about things that you find other people have been through the same things as you. I was quite ashamed for a while that my working life was affected by having varicose veins in one of my legs, and was blown away when I started chatting to Katie Ford - a small animal vet and digital entrepreneur - and found she’d had the same thing - in fact, much more severely than me. We’ve both got family history, and we’ve both had surgery in the last 12 months, both utilising the private system for this.  So here we are talking about vets and our invincibility complex, why you never think you need health insurance until it's too late, and...our old lady legs.  We’re being supported for this season by VetYou, a veterinary-led community encouraging you to face up to your finances, get the help and advice you need, and start paving the way to a brilliant financial future, whether that’s starting your own business or planning for your retirement. Everyone involved in VetYou has had highs and lows in their own financial journeys. So this season is all about telling you the stories of our community to help you make the most of your finances.  Most important of all, we want to hear from you over the next few weeks. Send us an email at hello@vetyou.co.uk, drop me a DM at @naomi_the_vet, or write us a review on Apple podcasts with your thoughts and feedback, and we’ll be featuring a few of them each week. We really want to know what you think about money, about pay in the profession, about whether you even give your financial future a second thought or anything else you fancy. Borborygmi is brought to you by Vets: Stay Go Diversify, an international community of veterinary professionals supporting each other in pursuing fulfilling careers - join us on Facebook!
Today’s episode is an absolute corker - I know, I know, I have a tendency to say that fairly often but the wisdom and practical advice meted out in this podcast is really worthwhile and I can’t wait for you to hear it. Gudrun Ravetz has - in her words - a portfolio career these days, including holding the position of Head Veterinary Officer at Simply Health. She’s also  a past-president of both BVA and SPVS and lives in north Cumbria where she’s likely to be found on her bike or in a wetsuit swimming in a lake.  Alison Lambert worked in business for both Hills Pet Foods and Mars before starting her own business, On Switch, in 2001. Alison is an honorary Associate Professor at the University of Nottingham Vet School, and last year received the AVA’s Veterinary Business Thought Leader Award. There's a lot of chat about financial planning in this episode, but if you haven't got a clue where to start and you need advice from a professional, VetYou can help you. Do drop them a line.  We’re being supported for this season by VetYou, a veterinary-led community encouraging you to face up to your finances, get the help and advice you need, and start paving the way to a brilliant financial future, whether that’s starting your own business or planning for your retirement. Everyone involved in VetYou has had highs and lows in their own financial journeys. So this season is all about telling you the stories of our community to help you make the most of your finances.  Most important of all, we want to hear from you over the next few weeks. Send us an email at hello@vetyou.co.uk, drop me a DM at @naomi_the_vet, or write us a review on Apple podcasts with your thoughts and feedback, and we’ll be featuring a few of them each week. We really want to know what you think about money, about pay in the profession, about whether you even give your financial future a second thought or anything else you fancy.  
We’re kicking off today on the theme of entrepreneurship and cultivating an entrepreneur mindset in the veterinary profession! Taking the leap into running your own business can be daunting, whatever it is you do, and running a business brings its own challenges. Katrin Jahn is the head vet and owner of GVC, the German Veterinary Clinic in Abu Dhabi, which she founded in 2008. Mike Kitchen is GVC’s business advisor, himself an experienced leader and manager of people and client relationships. After starting from scratch, the clinic is now a large, thriving enterprise with multiple diversified interests, offering feline boarding, a pet relocation business, and a behaviour consultation service. GVC was also the first Gold Standard Cat Friendly Clinic in the Middle East, and all their staff at Fear Free Professionals. Katrin is currently undertaking a residency in animal welfare and behaviour management, and is also a certified coach.  We’re being supported for this season by VetYou, a veterinary-led community encouraging you to face up to your finances, get the help and advice you need, and start paving the way to a brilliant financial future, whether that’s starting your own business or planning for your retirement. Everyone involved in VetYou has had highs and lows in their own financial journeys. So this season is all about telling you the stories of our community to help you make the most of your finances.  Most important of all, we want to hear from you over the next few weeks. Send us an email at hello@vetyou.co.uk, drop me a DM at @naomi_the_vet, or write us a review on Apple podcasts with your thoughts and feedback, and we’ll be featuring a few of them each week. We really want to know what you think about money, about pay in the profession, about whether you even give your financial future a second thought or anything else you fancy.
Today is the final episode of Borborygmi for this season and we’re ending with a conversation on diversity and racism in the veterinary profession. This may be uncomfortable listening for some of you. You may roll your eyes and say ‘This is pointless. I’m not a racist. I’m tired of hearing about Black Lives Matter. It isn’t relevant to me”. Imagine how tired people of colour are at this point in time, having to constantly justify themselves and their place in Great Britain. To deny the existence of racism  in the veterinary world is to deny the lived experience of the all-too-few people of colour that work alongside us. My guests today discussing this are Navaratnam Partheeban and Libby Kemkaren-Thompson and I want to thank them both sincerely for their patience in this chat. This is a challenging issue, but those of us who have the privilege of being white must challenge ourselves, educate ourselves, and work alongside people of colour to create real and meaningful change.  Useful links: BVEDS Website: https://bveds.com  BVEDS Twitter: https://twitter.com/bveds2016  BVEDS Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BritishVEDS/  Books and podcasts: https://dauntbooks.co.uk/shop/books/why-im-no-longer-talking-to-white-people-about-race/  https://dauntbooks.co.uk/shop/books/the-good-immigrant/  https://dauntbooks.co.uk/shop/books/small-island/  https://dauntbooks.co.uk/shop/books/natives-race-and-class-in-the-ruins-of-empire/  https://www.aboutracepodcast.com 
This is the last of our episodes recorded at last year's London Vet Show (sad!) but before the Show closed its doors and they brought our podcast booth down around our ears, Sophie managed to drag her pal James Greenwood into the podcave for a debrief about diversification. You’ll mostly be hearing the distracted garblings of two excitable friends fresh from picking up free pens in the breaks between lectures, but hopefully - amid the chatter - for those feeling as though they would like to explore other avenues, particularly in media, this may help to reassure you that your vet degree can be useful in a wide range of work environments.  Borborygmi is a collaboration between the London Vet Show, Vet Times, Vets:Stay Go Diversify and Smashing The Ceiling. Thank you to everyone involved for your help and support, it has been much appreciated. Tickets for this year's London Vet Show are now on sale and if you'd like to attend, you can get a generous little discount from our friends at the Vet Show by using the link https://london.vetshow.com/borborygmi-booking with the code LVS20. See you there! Music: "Carefree" by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3476-carefree  License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ 
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