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Veterinary professionals are being encouraged to look at the evidence that supports the use of the probiotics they recommend. Studies carried out on diets claiming to contain probiotics have previo...

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Wherry Veterinary Group, part of IVC Evidensia, are celebrating a double whammy at the National SQP Awards for 2019.Not only was Dawn Prime, senior animal care assistant, highly commended as...

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Danni Pountain of Pool House Veterinary Hospital has won the Blue Cross Vet Nurse of the Year award!Huge congratulations are in order for Danni, who was one of over 100 vet nurses nominated ...

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The World Small Animal Veterinary Association has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with charity Mission Rabies. The organisations, which have worked together informally for several years, will now collaborate on a joint action plan to contribute to global efforts to eliminate dog bite-transmitted rabies through a research-driven One Health approach. Under the MoU, the WSAVA will also become an observer of the International Rabies Taskforce […]

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Sheep and dog bones can be whittled into orthopaedic pins that stabilise pigeons’ fractured wings, helping the fractures to heal properly without follow-up surgery, Iranian researchers have found. They describe the treatment, which is cheaper and more efficient than using metal pins for pigeon rehabilitative surgeries, in the journal Heliyon. “There is no need for the […]

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Want to make Google work for you? The fist thing to do is understand what SEO is. By Daniel Warren What, exactly, are you paying for when you pay for SEO services? I know your eventual goal is to get on the front page of a Google search. But once you’re there on the front […]

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The failure of a veterinary practice business can be one of the worst times for all involved, but it can also provide some of the most valuable career lessons for the future. By John Burfitt The tough reality in business is that not all dreams of running your own show actually work out. Even with […]

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Sheep and dog bones can be whittled into orthopedic pins that stabilize pigeons' fractured wings, helping the fractures to heal properly without follow-up surgery. Researchers describe the treatment, which is cheaper and more efficient than using metal pins for pigeon rehabilitative surgeries.

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In light of the current catastrophic bushfires in New South Wales and Queensland, and those earlier this year in Victoria, there is a need for the immediate implementation of a national horse register, according to the Australian Veterinary Association. “Efficient, practical and functional radiofrequency identification (RFID) devices and a national horse register would provide traceability […]

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