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      Date:   27 June, 2011  

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to a veterinary student studying in Australia
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Catheterisation of the female dog
Dr Sing Kong Yuen, BVMS (Glasgow), MRCVS
27 June, 2011
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Be Kind To Pets
Veterinary Education
Project 2010-0129
Singapore does not have a Veterinary University and all its vets are graduates from overseas universities. So, it can be difficult to get the latest periodicals and books.

In October 2010, I went to Murdoch University. There was a big sadness as my god-daughter who was 5 weeks from graduation to be a vet from this University had died in a car accident one month earlier. I had seen her as a baby, baptised and grown up. Why did this happen? Nobody has the answer.

Female dogs are seldom catheterised. toapayohvets.com, singapore I have been searching long for some notes on catheterisation of the urethra of the female dog and spent half a day at the Veterinary library of Murdoch Vet School. Unlike Singapore's Universities which restrict or ban access from members of the public, I find that Murdoch University libraries permit access.

I found my information and drew out the sketch for the benefit of vets who may need such information.

Undergraduates Perth, Spring time, sunshine. toapayohvets, singaporeMurdoch University in October 2010 was bright sunshine and blue skies. The main campus was quiet as it was vacation. However, a few students were still around and probably studying hard to excel. There is a tranquility in this Murdoch courtyard at this time and in the main campus. I took a photo to remember my visit as it will be very rare for me to visit Murdoch University in the future as it will bring forth a flood of sad memories.

  pug 7 months, injuries serious, deep central ulcerative keratitis, leakage aqueous toapayohvets singapore tpvets_logo.jpg (2726 bytes)

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