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Archive for February, 2013

Boehringer relaunches its ‘Talk About Laminitis’ initiative

Boehringer Ingelheim’s hugely successful ‘Talk About Laminitis’ initiative is back with even more owner-facing disease awareness a…

Elanco launches Dexdomitor® 0.1 mg/ml

Elanco Companion Animal Health has added to its innovative alpha-2 agonist and alpha-2 antagonist range, already the largest in Eu…

Vets ignore social media at their peril

Veterinary practices should be embracing the power of social media to get in front of their customers. That’s t…

The Co-operative Bank agrees £10million facility with Companion Care to open 31 new veterinary practices

A new £10million facility has been secured by Companion Care Vets to open more than 30 new veterinary practices across the UK.

The Co-operative Bank has agreed a £10million facility with …

Supermarket makes 100% British pledge

Tesco chief executive Philip Clarke has announced that all of the supermarket’s chicken – starting with fresh in July – is to be 100 per cent British.

Supermarket makes 100% British chicken pledge

Tesco chief executive Philip Clarke has announced that all of the supermarket’s chicken – starting with fresh in July – is to be 100 per cent British.

New calls to ban virginiamycin imports

The Soil Association wants virginiamycin imports from Australia to be stopped immediately to prevent it entering the food chain. 

Red nose vet needed to do something funny for money

Charity organisers are looking for an Oxfordshire based vet to be on hand during a televised Comic Relief event on Thursday March 14, 2013.

Badger culls get green light for summer 2013

DEFRA has confirmed its postponed pilot badger culls to help tackle bovine tuberculosis (bTB) will be going this summer, stressing there will be “no further delays”.

SLIDESHOW: K-9 Comfort dogs help with healing in Newtown, Conn.

The dogs and their handlers arrived the day after the tragedy and remain at Sandy Hook
still.

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