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Rebekah Outred

Kalamunda Vet Hospital

 
               

Meet Dr Rebekah Outred

"What i've found with working with animals is that they give us so much. They give us love, companionship, loyalty and I feel that we can really learn from them"

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natzeimer
How do you transition from work to home if you've dealt with a death, or beeing the bearer of bad news?

Posted over 1 year ago

My cats, budgies and chickens see Rebekah and she is lovely. I want to be a vet and when I told her she let me look at x-rays and help 'vet' my cat.
Really kind and deserves to be the new BONDI VET!

Posted over 1 year ago

amymattasha
What is your favourite surgery to perform?

Posted over 1 year ago

How do you transition from work to home if you've dealt with a death, or beeing the bearer of bad news?

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Posted over 1 year ago

Dogs with behavioural problems are often surrendered to pounds and euthanased.
Do you think our community needs more information about science based dog training, how to relate with dogs, and the importance of socialisation for puppies and older dogs?
How would you make this available to disadvantaged individuals and communities?

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Posted over 1 year ago

What is your favourite surgery to perform?

Posted over 1 year ago

ebonyyianni
What is your favourite thing about being a vet and why?

Posted over 1 year ago

taylorjocelyne
Do you know any vets with allergies to animal fur? How do carry their work comfortably?

Posted over 1 year ago

You have such a unique sense of humour, do you think that should you be chosen as the next Bondi Vet that you would be able to bring that funny, quirky side of you to the show? I would love to see that, as well as the compassionate, caring side

Posted over 1 year ago

My little pup is nervous around my hubby and has a tendency to wee on him. She's a rescue. We have tried vests, positive reinforcement and a few other methods but it doesn't seem to be working. What could you suggest? Thank you and good luck x

Posted over 1 year ago

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