Benefits of Membership

Membership packages are aimed at revolutionising the management of poisoned animals and include:

24/7 Specialist Hotline

24/7 access to rapid, up-to-date and evidence-based advice through our specialist hotline

Incoming Patient Notifications

Unlimited real-time notifications for any incoming poisoned patients that we refer to your practice

FREE Practice Listing

A practice listing on the Animal Poisons Centre website

Patient Referrals

Preferential patient referrals from the Animal Poisons Centre

Online CPD Tutorials

Access to our online vet resources and CPD tutorials

Promotional Pack

A promotional pack of print and digital media for your practice, website and social media

Please note, specialist advice from the Animal Poisons Centre is only available for subscribed veterinary practices

Receive real-time notifications of expected poisoned animals:

 

  • Contact details of pet owner
  • Animal details and initial symptomatology
  • Poison and/or product details
  • A customised risk assessment based on the case details
  • Relevant photos/documentation of the agent involved
  • Case reference number for follow-up
  • Recommendation to call us if a consultation is likely to improve outcome

Receive real-time notification of an expected poisoned animal. The notification will include

  • Contact details of pet owner.
  • Animal details and initial symptomatology
  • Poison and/or product details
  • A risk assessment based on the poison, dose, route of exposure and type of animal.
  • Any treatments already commenced
  • Relevant photographs and/or documentation of products/plants/mushroom etc.
  • Case reference number for follow-up
  • A recommendation to contact us if a consultation is likely to benefit the outcome.

10 Cases

Small, quiet single room practices with limited opening hours
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20 Cases

Small, single room practices open Monday-Friday
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40 Cases

Medium size practices with extended opening hours
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80 Cases

Large multi consulting room practice open 7 days a week
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> 80 CASES

Veterinary hospitals and veterinary practices that require in excess of 80 poisoning cases per annum