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A new study has revealed just how hard small businesses are working this holiday season, particularly in regional Australia. The survey of 506 small business owners was commissioned by Prospa, an online lender to small business and conducted by PureProfile. As corporates and big business start to wind down across the country, the survey showed […]

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New JSAP study identifies early-age neutering as a major risk factor for early-onset urinary incontinence in UK bitchesA recent study, published in the latest issue of the J...

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A virus that afflicts cattle that was first discovered in Japan in 2003 has made its way to the US, researchers report.

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Pioneering veterinary hospital Eastcott Referrals has appointed orthopaedic specialist Duncan Barnes as its new clinical director.Duncan was formerly Head of Orthopaedics at the Swindon-base...

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?Southern Counties Veterinary Specialists (SCVS) are pleased to announce the appointment of three new Clinical Directors; Derek Flaherty, Professor of Anaesthesia & Spe...

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?Southern Counties Veterinary Specialists (SCVS) are pleased to announce the appointment of three new Clinical Directors; Derek Flaherty, Professor of Anaesthesia & Spe...

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In what’s thought to be a first outside of Europe, Senegal will offer an accredited certification in farriery from early 2020, thanks to work by Brooke West Africa.The certification ma...

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Vets4Pets sponsored research assistant at Animal Health Trust finds a genetic mutation in Cocker Spaniels that causes a blinding condition Animal Health T...

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Shockwave therapy is used in both horses and humans to speed healing, but it can also mask pain. For the first time veterinarians have identified several biomarkers of the treatment, the use of which is restricted in horse racing.

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The Australian Veterinary Association (AVA) is imploring consumers to handle any antimicrobials prescribed to their animals with care, as health authorities around the world contend with the threat of antimicrobial resistance (AMR). Antimicrobial medicines are used in both animals and humans and are essential in the treatment of infections. But excessive or inappropriate use has led to […]

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