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The British Veterinary Association (BVA) is calling on veterinary teams to appoint an Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Champion to encourage open conversations about diversity and keep these im...

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New senior appointments in skills and lifelong learning, digital transformation and commercialisationwill support key strategic initiatives at Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC)Mary Thomson will join S...

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National pet charity Blue Cross is advising owners not to rug up their horses just because they are feeling cold themselves. Even though horses may look warm and cosy a rug from an anthropomorphic pe...

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CVS Group (“CVS”), one of the UK’s leading providers of integrated veterinary services, is pleased to announce the launch of its Clinical Research Awards programme, an industry first, to fund re...

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This article is brought to you by Engage Media. So much veterinary practice marketing these days focusses on attracting new clients. Experts bombard you with pitches on how to use […]

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Delta Institute and Pet Professional Guild Australia are working together to provide future dog trainers with professional experience in positive reinforcement dog training. Delta Institute’s newly developed nationally accredited ACM40321 Certificate IV in […]

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A specialist at one of the UK’s leading small animal hospitals has explained why doing ‘nothing’ was the best course of treatment for a four-month-old puppy that had swallowed razor blades. Jon ...

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The UK veterinary profession’s biggest graduate scheme has just opened its applications for 2022.The IVC Evidensia Graduate Academy offers unrivalled support to new vets in over 500 locations across...

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Vets Now announces £100k investment in professional developmentStaff at Vets Now, Europe’s leading emergency and critical care provider, are to benefit from a £100,000 investment in CPD allowances...

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Ivermectin is an effective treatment for hookworm in the endangered Australian sea lion, University of Sydney research has found. Hookworm infection contributes to up to 40 per cent of pup deaths. In […]

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