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Trilanco welcome new ASM Jemma Bradley

Jemma Bradley

Trilanco have recently appointed Jemma Bradley as an Area Sales Manager, covering a number of counties in …

Badger cull pilots the right scientific approach, says BVA

As the open season for shooting badgers begins on 1 June, the British Veterinary Association (BVA) is reiterating its support for the planned badger cull pilots as part of the overall bovine TB eradic…

New poll reveals public attitudes to badger cull

NFU welcomes opinion poll that shows almost two thirds of people are not opposed to the badger cull.

Wirral vet struck off

A vet has been struck off the RCVS register after he falsified records, was rude to clients, refused referral and placed patients at risk.

MSD funds study of infectious disease in dogs and cats

Pharmaceutical company funds research it sees as an “essential step forward” for its current and future vaccine development programme and of “enormous value to vets in practice”.

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The Pet Show and Medivet team up to offer free ‘Dog MOT’

The Pet Show has teamed up with Medivet, The Veterinar…

Millions of pets left vulnerable by poor preventive care

PDSA figures show that more than 11 million dogs, cats and rabbits remain at risk of preventable diseases. 

Clinical skills lab promises state-of-the-art facilities

Work is due to start on a £3m improvement project for the University of Cambridge’s vet school. The refurb includes a new clinical skills teaching laboratory, new accommodation for clinicians and interns, and a new pharmacy.  

Merial unveils £1.7m Frontline campaign

Merial has unveiled its new “Pets Will Be Pets” campaign, which aims to promote monthly flea and tick treatment so pet owners feel confident in letting their “pets be pets” without the worry of fleas and ticks.

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