City anchor: A clinic ‘tailored to every pet’s need’ opens in the Capital
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The short-term aim of the clinic is to tide over language barriers, if any, by hiring Indian reception staff. The long-term aim includes having Indian vets on board and hiring and training veterinary graduates.
"Our staff from UK will be here on rotation. There will be two vets and one nurse from the UK at all times. If more specialised care is needed, our specialists can be flown in from the UK on a notice of 48 hours," Knowles said.
In the UK, Vets Now runs 56 clinics.
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