Soldiers learn how to be vets

By Kerrie Armstrong
Updated December 5 2013 - 3:05am, first published 2:53am
Life-saving skills: Soldiers, military vets and military dog handlers take part in a K9 Tactical Casualty Care course at the University of Sydney Veterinary Teaching Hospital in Camden. Pictures: Jonathan Ng
Life-saving skills: Soldiers, military vets and military dog handlers take part in a K9 Tactical Casualty Care course at the University of Sydney Veterinary Teaching Hospital in Camden. Pictures: Jonathan Ng
Life-saving skills: Soldiers, military vets and military dog handlers take part in a K9 Tactical Casualty Care course at the University of Sydney Veterinary Teaching Hospital in Camden. Pictures: Jonathan Ng

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IN an Australian first, military dog handlers and vets and members of the Special Forces came to Camden to learn life-saving emergency veterinary skills.