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Compulsory rules for the standards and labelling of pet food in Australia are among the recommendations in a Senate inquiry report released earlier this month. The Rural and Regional Affairs and Transport References Committee inquiry was set up in June following several cases in [...]

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Westwood Vets’ new state-of-the-art surgery in Garforth opened on 15th October. Based at East Side Retail Park, Leeds, the purpose-built site offers the following services to their esteemed c...

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A top equine vet from Kent has been shortlisted for the prestigious “Amateur Rider of the Year” award by leading magazine Horse & Hound.Katie Preston, 31, from Cranbrook, is ...

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The head of cardiology at one of the country’s leading animal hospitals has hailed the ‘promising results’ seen during a successful two-week trip to treat bears at a Chinese anima...

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New research has revealed the life expectancy of chocolate Labradors is significantly lower than their black and yellow counterparts.

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Jurox (UK) Ltd has extended its anaesthesia and analgesia portfolio with the launch of AceSedate.Containing the tried and trusted, long-acting sedative agent acepromazine as its active ingre...

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Get an hour of CE credit as you explore learn the first steps to curbing debt’s control over your life so it doesn’t curb your enthusiasm for this amazing profession.

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by Dr Liz Range, All Paws Vet Clinic, Concord West, NSW Every time we do a procedure that requires anaesthetic, we use the Henry Schein pulse oximeter. Luckily, we don’t have too many emergencies or many animals struggling with their [...]

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A University of Sydney study has found that canine parvovirus (CPV), a highly contagious and deadly disease that tragically kills puppies, is more prevalent than previously thought with 20,000 cases found in Australia each year, and nearly half of these cases result [...]

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