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Not only is Dr Olivia James an equine veterinary dentist specialist-in-training but she has also created a unique online equine dental portal that delivers education anywhere in the world. By Kerryn Ramsey To call Dr Olivia James driven would be a huge understatement. Deciding early in her career to follow her passion for equine dentistry, […]

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In response to ongoing developments associated with COVID-19, RSPCA will no longer hold the public walking event Million Paws Walk on 17 May, but the new event will see dog owners hit the pavement in their own neighbourhoods and backyards, and responsibly walk to fight animal cruelty throughout the month. Million Paws Walk: Walk This […]

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The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) and British Veterinary Association (BVA) have issued a joint statement to help the veterinary profession interpret the guidance released by Governmen...

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There’s now only two weeks left for head veterinary nurses and practice managers to book their place at The College of Animal Welfare (CAW)’s Head Nurse Congress with the early bird dis...

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The largest representative body for vets in the UK has written to the Government urging for veterinary practices to be covered in the scope of support measures for businesses affected by Covid-19....

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In light of the ongoing situation surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and the UK Government’s advice on reducing its transmission through ‘social distancing’ measures,...

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In line with recent advice from the UK government on social distancing to help combat the coronavirus pandemic, RCVS staff will all move to remote working from Thursday, 19 March 2020, with the off...

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Separation anxiety in dogs should be seen as a symptom of underlying frustrations rather than a diagnosis, and understanding these root causes could be key to effective treatment, new research by animal behavior specialists suggests.

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Hamilton Specialist Referrals, High Wycombe, are reassuring vet practices they are open for business as usual, with additional measures to help with continued provision of services in the face of t...

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An industry-leading veterinary hospital in the South West has added three more key staff to its talented team of experts.Eastcott Veterinary Refe...

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