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A practice performance benchmarking tool is set to help practices during their COVID-19 planning in the face of the outbreak. VetViewer is free for small animal, mixed and equine practices to use a...

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From Monday 30 March BEVA is dropping membership renewal charges for all veterinary professionals for the next three months to help support vets during the COVID-19 crisis...

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There is no current evidence that horses can be infected with the new virus or be carriers of it. However, the charity advises always washing hands with soap and water after handling o...

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BSAVA unveils triage tool for dogs and cats during COVID-19 pandemicThe BSAVA has unveiled a new triage tool specifically tailored to help vets in small ani...

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A recent study suggests that even organized efforts to clean surfaces can fall short, a reminder for us all that keeping our surroundings clean may require some additional work.

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Following the Prime Minister’s #StayHomeSaveLives address, we are all having to adjust to the huge changes to our usual way of life. We are incredibly grateful to all the vets, nurses and wid...

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In light of the UK Government’s current guidance on reducing the transmission of coronavirus (COVID-19) by limiting non-essential contact with others, the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons...

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A Queensland veterinarian is calling on Rockhampton residents to urgently vaccinate their puppies and dogs, with the town experiencing a spike in parvovirus (parvo) cases since February—leaving 13 puppies and dogs dead. Twenty four puppies and dogs have been struck down by the disease, with Torenbeek Veterinary Clinic seeing 16 cases in the past three […]

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In response to the coronavirus pandemic, the Kennel Club and its charities will help support canine organisations and rescues which have been affected The Kennel C...

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Carus Animal Health and British biotechnology company, Fixed Phage, have agreed a strategic collaboration in the companion animal field to identify, develop and commercialise stable and specif...

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