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The British Veterinary Association (BVA) has warmly welcomed the Scottish Government’s announcement t...

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The Badger Edge Vaccination Scheme has today (20 June) reopened for applications from groups wishing to carry out badger vaccination in the Edge Area of England, with £300,000 of funding set ...

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For the very first time, Royal Canin is combining its successful Weight Management Congress with a very special version of its Pet Health Councillor course. Set to commence on Monday 9th September,...

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Experts in nutrition, Royal Canin will be hosting a webinar on Tuesday 23rd July exploring pruritus; its causes and how to manage it.Parasites, infections or allergic skin disease are all po...

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An eminent American professor of large animal medicine has warned the UK not to dilute its high animal welfare standards for future trade deals with the US.Jim Reynolds, a Professor of Large...

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The Council of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) has this week [Thursday 13 June] given the go-ahead for a wide-ranging review of a number of key provisions of the supporting guidance...

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A feline-friendly breakthrough for neutralizing Fel d1, the major cat allergenFor the first time in history, Purina scientists demonstrate a proactive way to significantly r...

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At the June meeting of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) Council, members agreed wide-reaching changes to the College’s policies on continuing professional development (CPD), in...

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With the launch of their new Level 3 Diploma in Veterinary Nursing (Companion Animal) earlier this year, Ofqual and CCEA approved awarding organisation, VetSkill, have been quick to respond to indu...

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Veterinary Nursing is a fantastic profession. If you love animals, few things could be better than a life dedicated to their care and welfare. Veterinary Nursing is a vocation, a way of life and a ...

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