Medivet’s in-house blood donation service, Vet Blood, has been boosted by the arrival of a state-of-the-art vehicle, equipped with the latest technology to enable it to process, store and fre...

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Dr. Guyan Weerasinghe, an Australian veterinarian working in small animal practice and as a state government veterinary officer, has been announced by the World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) and Hill's Pet Nutrition as the winner of the 2018 Next Generation Veterinary Award....

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Virbac is delighted to announce that their calf scour vaccine “Bovigen Scour” has been recently granted VMD approval for a single-shot vaccination protocol in pregnant cows and ...

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The Virbac equine team will be attending the British Equine Veterinary Association Congress, held from 12th to 15th September at the ICC, Birmingham.This year, Virbac have joined...

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#woofolution is the new and innovative campaign from Virbac that is helping to raise awareness among pet owners about the alternatives to surgical castration, encouraging them to visit thei...

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For the first time, a medication that silences genes has won regulatory approval in the US. Not only is this a huge win for the amazing technology involved, it's also a treatment for a rare hereditary condition that causes nerve damage.

The drug, called patisiran, can now be used to treat hereditary transthyretin amyloidosis (hATTR) – where mutated proteins build up in the body, affecting crucial heart and nerve functions.

It's a major first, and a huge moment for...
Two of Australia’s leading providers of vet practice valuations have recently joined forces under the ValuVet brand. Anne and Paolo Lencioni of APL Accountants and Tony Thelander of ValuVet have announced that they will merge their significant valuation services to bring their [...]

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Zoetis UK Ltd has shown its support for the extramural studies programme at the University of Bristol by providing awards in recognition of the contribution practices make and the commitment shown ...

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Rapidly developing technology is bringing telemedicine to Australia’s vet industry, and experts agree it will complement—not replace—the traditional bricks-and-mortar veterinary practice. Shane Conroy reports From wearable health trackers to virtual doctors, the latest telemedicine technology is transforming human healthcare. But [...]

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Threats to their livelihood in the form of corporate consolidations, burn-out and perceived value are forcing smaller vet clinics to rethink how they run their practices. Tracey Porter reports Southern Cross Vet Clinic in the Sydney suburb of Marrickville believes offering [...]

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