Continuing Professional Development


At Treendale Pet Medical, our veterinarians are actively engaged in continuing professional development which means we are constantlylearning and keeping up to date with the latest theory and advances in small animal medicine and surgery.
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Dr Rob Hill receives his masters certificate in Traumatology and small animal fracture repair from Adjunct Professor Alessandro Piras from Italy

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Dr Rob Hill receives his masters certificate in TPLO surgery from Associate Professor Mark Glyde from Murdoch University.

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Dr Rob Hill does a lot of continuing professional development. Dr Rob is pictured with world leaders in small animal orthopaedics, Associate Professor Mark Glyde, Adjunct Professor Alessandro Piras, Dr Luca Vezzoni, Dr Rob Hill, Dr Christopher Tan a Sydney Specialist and Professor Bruno Peirone from Turin Italy.

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Continuing professional development is crucial in a rapidly changing profession. Is your vet active in learning new things?
The vets at Treendale Pet medical are.

In February 2018, Dr Rob Hill travelled to Orlando, Florida for the Veterinary Expo. The VMX conference of the NAVC (North American Veterinary Community) is one of the biggest veterinary conferences in the world. 
Dr Rob did many surgical wet labs with personal tuition from boarded American specialists. Dr Rob covered may fields including eye surgery, orthopaedic surgery, feline surgery and a plethora of lectures on small animal medicine. As well as the extensive learnings in the veterinary field, the latest veterinary instrumentation and equipment was on display. We have brought back many new pieces of equipment to allow us to practice very high standards.

Have a look at the 2018 VMX here‚Äč


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