Non-subsidisation of vet costs a bitter pill for animal owners to swallow

Sally Gall
Updated December 9 2022 - 3:55pm, first published 3:00pm
The interior of one of the procedural rooms at the Clermont Veterinary Clinic, containing some of the costly equipment needed in a practice.
The interior of one of the procedural rooms at the Clermont Veterinary Clinic, containing some of the costly equipment needed in a practice.

One of the difficulties that vets say they face is the lack of subsidisation for their services, and the adverse reactions from the public when they need to recoup their costs in full.

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Sally Gall

Sally Gall

Senior journalist - Queensland Country Life/North Queensland Register

Based at Blackall, CW Qld, where I've raised a family, run Merino sheep and beef cattle, and helped develop a region - its history, tourism, education and communications. Get in touch at 0427 575 955 if you've got a story idea for me.

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