I regard my vet the same as my GP, he is good for general problems. If I believe (sometime I am wrong) there is something sinister going on, I find a specialist and then get a referral. Vets will recommend dietary advice based on commercial products they are selling within the practice. My vet had not heard of sm before PDE, (which is worrying) his young assistant recalls hearing something about it at University. It is important a good relationship with the vet is maintained and hopefully he will then provide the support needed. I don't think you can take any Vet in any country for granted! This is why Pet Folk need our help!
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