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High levels of chemicals found in indoor cats

A study from Stockholm University have now established what was previously suspected, that the high levels of brominated flame retardants measured in cats are from the dust in our homes.

High levels of chemicals found in indoor cats

A study from Stockholm University have now established what was previously suspected, that the high levels of brominated flame retardants measured in cats are from the dust in our homes.

Cats do not harm children’s mental health, study finds

Unlike previous research, a new study finds no link between cat ownership in childhood and increased risk of mental health disorders.

Cats do not harm children’s mental health, study finds

Unlike previous research, a new study finds no link between cat ownership in childhood and increased risk of mental health disorders.

Significant epilepsy gene discovery in dogs

Researh groups from the University of Helsinki, the LMU Munich and the University of Guelph have described in collaboration a novel myoclonic epilepsy in dogs and identified its genetic cause.

Significant epilepsy gene discovery in dogs

Researh groups from the University of Helsinki, the LMU Munich and the University of Guelph have described in collaboration a novel myoclonic epilepsy in dogs and identified its genetic cause.

College announces updates to Practice Standards Scheme modules

We have recently made minor updates to the Practice Standards Scheme’s (PSS) modules for accreditations and awards.

Identifying vaccination capacity for future foot-and-mouth outbreaks could reduce culling numbers and costs to industry

A new reactive vaccination strategy for future foot-and-mouth disease epidemics shows that significant cost savings can be achieved by accurately identifying our capacity to vaccinate – according…

Identifying vaccination capacity for future foot-and-mouth outbreaks could reduce culling numbers and costs to industry

A new reactive vaccination strategy for future foot-and-mouth disease epidemics shows that significant cost savings can be achieved by accurately identifying our capacity to vaccinate – according…

Gene therapy treats muscle-wasting disease in dogs

Work on gene therapy is showing significant progress for restoring muscle strength and prolonging lives in dogs with a previously incurable, inherited neuromuscular disease.

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