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Thousands of veterinary professionals around the world have reported experiencing stress and diminished wellbeing in an online survey conducted by the World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA). The findings show that stress and diminished wellbeing are a problem for all members of the veterinary team and in all areas of the world. They also indicate that the most seriously affected appear to be females, younger professionals [...]

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While it might sound like fun to work around pets every day, veterinarians and people who volunteer at animal shelters face particular stressors that can place them at risk for depression, anxiety and even suicide.

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London, UK – August 09, 2019 – Zoetis Inc. has shown its support for the extramural studies programme (EMS) at the University of Bristol by providing awards in re...

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SPILLERS™ a favourite name in the equestrian feed industry, has joined up with ETN to launch a new seasonal award for retailers in recognition of their nutrition...

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Top event rider Mary King is helping national pet charity Blue Cross to tackle horse welfare with a new education resource. Mary, who signed up to become the first ever Blue Cross Equi...

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The Southern Counties Veterinary Specialists Nurses Congress 2019 is fast approaching on Saturday 14th September. It will be held at the popular Monkey World in Wareham with five amazing talks such...

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The University of Adelaide will introduce a new degree program to fill an emerging niche in the animal and veterinary sciences industry. The three-year Bachelor of Veterinary Technology at the University’s Roseworthy campus will train ‘paraveterinary’ health care specialists. Graduates will be [...]

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by Dr David Warren, Mira Mar Veterinary Hospital, Albany, WA The Vetome is basically an automated periotome that offers more efficient and cleaner tooth extractions. We purchased it on recommendations from other vets and veterinary specialists and those recommendations have [...]

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This week is International Assistance Dog Week (4-11 August) and PETstock Assist is taking the opportunity to urge Australians to learn more about the important work of assistance dogs, as well as support Assistance Dogs Australia (ADA). The organisation trains dogs to [...]

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Pool House Equine Clinic have won a place in the finals of the British Veterinary Hospital Design Awards 2019.The new, multi-million pound clinic, opened last July by His Royal Highness, the...

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