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Virbac are delighted to announce the launch of Eradia, the first and only metronidazole for dogs in a flavoured oral suspension.Suitable for both puppies and adult dogs, Eradia has the added...

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Greensands Vets, based in Woburn Sands Bedfordshire, to raise funds for a local resident, 10-year-old Harry Banks. Harry needs ground-breaking treatment in New York or Barcelona for a rare form of ...

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Virbac is delighted to announce the addition of Hexarinse® For Horses to the Virbac Equine range.In response to the demand of UK equine vets specialising in dentistry, V...

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These single pups are ready to mingle! They’re sweet, sassy and smart, proving that there’s a lot to love about these breeds.

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For the first time, scientists have figured out how to regrow not just the bone but even the joints of a mouse’s amputated toes.

Normally mammals like mice don’t regenerate body parts — meaning the new development could help lead to futuristic medical procedures in which amputees are able to grow back their missing limbs.

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Thanks to a cocktail of proteins that stimulate regeneration, lab mice grew back a greater portion of their amputated toes than was possible in past experiments,...
SA farm manager Craig Brewin has announced the latest round of results from the Multimin Performance Ready Challenge, a 12-month program run by animal health company Virbac Australia. The Multimin Performance Ready Challenge has given seven Australian farmers the chance to experience firsthand [...]

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Medivet has thanked its clients for their overwhelming generosity in support of the Wilderness Foundation...

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Colin Buchan, Clinical Director at Avondale Vet Group in Strathaven, South Lanarkshire, was presented with the award for Dairy Vet of the Year at this year’s ...

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With employment opportunities in the veterinary industry expected to grow strongly over the next five years, there is no better time for animal lovers to be considering a rewarding career caring for all creatures great and small. According to Australian [...]

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Following a record number of nominations for the third consecutive year, Ceva Animal Health has revealed its finalists for the prestigious Ceva Animal Welfare Awards 2019.The awards celebrat...

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