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This article is sponsored content brought to you by the New Zealand Veterinary Association. When the World Veterinary Association Congress kicks off in Auckland next year (6-8 April), animal welfare will be to the fore. New Zealand sets a high [...]

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Recent research by Ceva Animal Health, manufacturer of the leading veterinary behaviour products, ADAPTIL and FELIWAY, has revealed that Bonfire Night tops the poll of the five most stres...

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The British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA) has reported the highest attendance in the past seven years at its annual Congress last month. With almost 1700 attendees, representing...

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Broad Lane Vets in Coventry has been welcomed by the XLVet community as its latest new member. The first opinion, small animal practice employs 60 people and operates across three sites. An RCVS-ac...

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Australian research is underway to help our beloved feline friends coexist with native wildlife in the suburbs. It’s no secret that cats prey on birds, lizards and small mammals. Yet hunting is natural cat behaviour and most owners feel unable [...]

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For delegates wishing to get their cardiology fix during the London Vet Show (LVS), look no further than Ceva Animal Health’s cardiology programme which takes place in Gallery Suite 17 on the...

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Researchers have identified the gene mutation responsible for a form of night blindness in dogs. Strategies to treat this condition, which affects a layer of neurons just below the primary photoreceptor cells, could also inform treatment of other diseases that [...]

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Hundreds of vet practices are being encouraged to adopt a new initiative aimed at improving learning, wellbeing and clinical standards.Vets4Pets and Companion Care practices across the UK ar...

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A specialist-trained neurosurgeon has joined the team at one of the South West’s leading veterinary referral centres.Simon Bertram has moved to highly-respected ...

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With the fireworks season fast approaching, vets are encouraging pet owners and animal keepers to start preparing now to prevent possible injury and distress to their pets and livestock during trad...

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