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IVC Evidensia, Europe’s leading veterinary care provider, is launching the IVC Evidensia Care Fund, an initiative that continues its investment in both staff and pet wellbeing.The purpose of the...

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The COVID-19 pandemic has fired up interest in outdoor activities in our parks and forests. Now a new Canadian study—published in Conservation Science and Practice—highlights the need to be mindful of […]

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Given the exceptional circumstances of 2020 and the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic the National Equine Forum Organising Committee has changed the emphasis of the Sir Colin Spedding Award 2021 t...

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Vets are being urged to raise awareness of the early signs of BRD (Bovine Respiratory Disease) amongst farmers to ensure early detection and treatment to reduce the impact of the disease.The move foll...

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WSAVA webinar speakers urge kindness to companion animals testing positive for SARS-CoV-2 and stress importance of prioritization in preventive healthcare during the pandemicDuring a WSAVA webinar on ...

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Using its Vet Viewer benchmarking tool, business intelligence provider Veterinary Insights have calculated that revenue in UK companion animal practices has now recovered to 82% of pre-lockdown levels...

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Veterinary Woman is bringing challenging health topics to the fore throughout October and into November. Coinciding with national awareness campaigns, the series of live interviews, articles and surve...

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A mischievous puppy from Teesside had a lucky escape after he swallowed an entire, one metre long, dressing gown belt and had to undergo a major operation to remove it.The seven-month-old cockerpoo, c...

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An organisation that provides emergency training to general practice vets is proving to be an unexpected boon to vets and their animals. By Rob Johnson It’s not often you see […]

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WSAVA webinar speakers have urged kindness to companion animals testing positive for SARS-CoV-2 and stressed the importance of prioritising preventive healthcare during the pandemic. During a recent WSAVA webinar on 15 September, speakers urged veterinarians to encourage […]

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