The veterinary nurse's role in parasite control

Philippa Richmond
Saturday, September 2, 2017

Through excellent communication with clients and the development of a working partnership between the client and veterinary nurse (VN), mutual objectives can be set to benefit the health of the pet through implementation of an individualised parasite control plan. Pets are at risk from a range of parasites within the UK several of which are ubiquitous. This article will explore the common parasites pets are exposed to, how to identify risk, formulation of a control plan and how the VN can support the delivery of this information to increase compliance.

The veterinary nurse's role in parasite control
The veterinary nurse's role in parasite control

Subscribe to get full access to The Veterinary Nurse

Thank you for vising The Veterinary nurse and reading our archive of expert clinical content. If you would like to read more from the leading peer-reviewed journal for veterinary nurses, you can start your subscription today for just £26.

Subscribing will enable you to:

  • Stay up-to-date with current thinking and best practice in veterinary medicine
  • Enhance your knowledge and understanding of all key clinical topics
  • Achieve the mandatory requirement of 45 hours' documented CPD over a three-year period
Subscribe now

Already registered? - Sign in here

Download Now

Keep up to date with The Veterinary Nurse!

Sign up to The Veterinary Nurse's regular newsletters and keep up-to-date with the very latest clinical research and CPD we publish each month.