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The 28th National Equine Forum, held in London earlier this month, sparked animated interaction from around the globe. As well as attracting delegates from many of the UK’s leadi...

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The instant asset write-off threshold has been increased from $30,000 to $150,000 and expanded access to include businesses with aggregated annual turnover of less than $500 million (up from $50 million)—in large part to help businesses withstand and recover from the economic impact of the coronavirus. This applies from 12 March 2020 until 30 June 2020, for new or […]

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Telemedicine is nothing new to the Veterinary sector with some practices already making use of the technology and even some pet insurers offer it as a first port of call for customers who are conce...

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BBC’s Countryfile offers viewers a window on rural life and often showcases the lives of those working in food production in the UK. However, BCVA was concerned with a segment from the 17 Mar...

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The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) Council has agreed to temporarily suspend its requirements for UK veterinary students and veterinary degree programmes around extra-mural studies (EM...

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Telemedicine for vets including video call apps aren’t just convenient for pet owners, they give veterinarians flexibility as well as a way to monetise phone advice. By Clea Sherman One of the most frustrating things about being a vet is giving free advice over the phone but it is also a struggle to figure out […]

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Non-competing pet care businesses can add real value to your vet practice. But to get results, you need to commit to building relationships beyond impersonal referral exchange programs. By Shane Conroy Australia’s pet care industry is healthier than ever. With pet owners now spending more than $12 billion every year, things are looking good […]

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The Australian Veterinary Association (AVA) has advised pet owners to keep the welfare of their pets a priority, in response to the recent report from Hong Kong of human-to-animal transmission in a pet dog. “The current spread of coronavirus in humans is the result of human-to-human transmission,” AVA president Dr Julia Crawford said. “To date, […]

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Suicide rates among people over 60 are the highest of any age group in Australia, but a new study by researchers from the University of South Australia has found an unexpected saviour—pets. The mere presence of a dog, cat, or even birds can be enough to stop some older people from taking their own life. […]

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nutravet is pleased to announce the launch of its new vet exclusive liver product, nutramarin, which has been developed to maximise liver detoxification.Launched today (Marc...

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