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Veterinary practices are remaining open to focus on emergency care and urgent treatment for animals while reducing face-to-face contact between staff and clients as extensively as possible, followi...

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The law on keeping dangerous snakes as pets should be tightened up, animal welfare experts demand.

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A pet rabbit who survived a serious health scare caused by a collapsed lung was well enough to go home just two days later, thanks to the swift care provided by a leading vets in Yorkshire.F...

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A leading veterinary referral centre in the north of England has received a glowing endorsement of its top-quality care for cats with a silver award from the International Society of Feline Medicin...

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To support veterinary practices and staff affected by the COVID-19 emergency, the Veterinary Management Group (VMG) is pausing subscription renewals for all of i...

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The BSAVA has put together a Q&A for pet owners during tick bite prevention week 22 – 28 March 2020. The information, which has been written for vets to pass on to their clie...

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One of the UK’s leading veterinary referral centres has launched a comprehensive, environmental initiative to cut emissions, waste and costs.Cave Veterinary Specialists, in Somerset, h...

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The World Small Animal Veterinary Association is calling on governments and veterinary authorities globally to ensure that veterinary hospitals and clinics are classified as ‘essential businesses’ and are able to continue to offer all necessary care to patients during the COVID-19 emergency. As governments seek to introduce risk mitigation measures that may involve the closure of non-essential businesses, the WSAVA is concerned that veterinary hospitals and clinics may also be forced to cease operating. Such a move […]

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For the next three months, Visiocare Services, makers of the myBuddy pet app, has waived its usual set up fee for the app. Visiocare is also offering two months free use of myBuddy for practices se...

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Some practices operate without ever having a business plan, but experts agree it’s never too late to make one. By John Burfitt In the long list of things meant to be completed when starting a new veterinary practice, creating a business plan is one of the fundamentals that too often falls through the cracks. That’s […]

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