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Prioritising the best interests of the animal and re-framing veterinary negligence

  title={Prioritising the best interests of the animal and re-framing veterinary negligence},
  author={S. Schnobel},
Veterinary negligence within the United Kingdom is under-litigated and under-theorised. Further, the owner-property dyadic means those who have suffered emotional harm cannot claim whilst veterinarians lack external guidance on evolving expectations. To address this tension, this thesis aims to provide guidance to veterinarians on their legal obligations stemming from the triangular relationship between veterinarian, owner, and animal, and to advance the position of the animal within this… Expand


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