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Trained dogs can detect fire accelerants such as gasoline in quantities as small as one billionth of a teaspoon, according to new research from Canada. The study by University of […]

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As non-essential shops reopen in the UK from 15th June, Bayer is supporting veterinarians also returning to practice by providing business support and advice, including a free ‘Planning your way...

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Should you just forget your website and channel all your marketing efforts and dollars into social media? Probably not, say the experts. By Daniel Warren You could be forgiven for […]

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Former Zoos South Australia veterinarian, Dr David John Schultz, received the Member of the Order of Australia (AM) in recent Queen’s Birthday Honours in recognition of 54 years of dedicated […]

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Paid parental leave is undeniably helpful but employers would do well to also offer returning staff flexible work conditions and other forms of support. Deepa Gopinath reports Most veterinary clinics […]

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The Internal Medicine Service at Davies Veterinary Specialists has been keeping busy during lockdown, conducting remote consultations, virtual re-examinations, and treating urgent and ...

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12th June 2020 – The organisers and partners of Rabbit Awareness Week (RAW), the UK’s largest welfare campaign for rabbits, are...

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Dechra Veterinary Products has added a well-known product to its equine portfolio - the easy to use oral bronchodilator Dilaterol®. The animal health special...

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The next webinar in Animalcare’s Tea-Time Training series will focus on the Canine Intestinal Microbiome and is led by Dr Shea Beasley, Product Development Manager at Vetcare Ltd. It will be ...

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