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Where to go to find a fish competent vet? #1
Maybe a list could be included on the site? Seems to be a frequent question.
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Re: Where to go to find a fish competent vet? #2
The list I have is pretty abismal to be honest but has a few good contacts scattered around.

I've dropped an email to a fella at the FVS tonight to see if he can provide a list of its members and surgeries. Who knows maybe I'll get lucky...

I'll pass it on to Admin if I get one, may be a good start for a vets section.
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Re: Where to go to find a fish competent vet? #3
yeah, I can put a list up easily.
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Re: Where to go to find a fish competent vet? #4
There was a booklet with a list in with PFK the other month, I'll see if I've still got it.
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Re: Where to go to find a fish competent vet? #5
Thats the one I use, but its very brief only about ten vets.

Been searching the net all night for a decent list, very frustrating

EDIT: Maybe if we could get a similiar system as the lfs section up and running that people could submit ones they know of/have experience of. That way collectively we could put together a pretty good resource.

I'll see what happens with this guy at the FVS
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Howard Howard
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Re: Where to go to find a fish competent vet? #6
William Wildgoose
Midland Veterinary Surgery
655 High Road, Leyton
London
E10 6RA

0208 539 3538 or 0208 558 5828

P Andre
Richmond Veterinary Services
161 Kew Road, Richmond
Surrey
TW9 2PN

Tel: 0208 940 1090
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Re: Where to go to find a fish competent vet? #7
Didn't know Peter Andre had gone into veterinary medecine
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Re: Where to go to find a fish competent vet? #8
thats insania.
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Re: Where to go to find a fish competent vet? #9
Quote:

CountViffer wrote:
Didn't know Peter Andre had gone into veterinary medecine


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Re: Where to go to find a fish competent vet? #10
Coat..door...gone!
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