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Archive for May, 2017

Ceva donates products to Worldwide Veterinary Service (WVS)

New education bus for schoolchildren will improve animal welfare in Tunisia

Over 50% of cases seen by SPANA vets are avoidable with community trainnigInternational working animal charity SPANA has launched a new education bus in Tunisia that will te…

Oxfordshire-based veterinary surgeon struck off for sexual offences

The Disciplinary Committee of the RCVS has directed that the Registrar remove an Oxfordshire-based veterinary surgeon from the Register after he pleaded guilty to sexual offences in court.

Ceva hosts canine dermatitis webinar

Ceva Animal Health is hosting an informative webinar entitled ‘Now what?  A nuts and bolts approach to the dermatology case’ to educate veterinary profes…

New Course Aims to Equip Vets for Court Witness Role

With increasing numbers of veterinary professionals required to act as witnesses in court, Improve International has launched a new two-day course…

LagoLearn, reducing rabbit anaesthesia deaths

According to rabbit CPD company LagoLearn, too many rabbits die under anaesthesia. Rabbits have one of the highest published anaesthetic death rates of any companion animal species(1) and anaesthes…

Millions of UK pets at risk of deadly diseases following dramatic decline in vaccinations

New findings from the PDSA Animal Wellbeing (PAW) Report 2017 raise concernLeading vet charity PDSA is warning that millions of UK dogs, cats and rabbits are at serious risk…

NEXGARD SPECTRA BECOMES THE ONLY PRODUCT LICENSED TO PREVENT LUNGWORM AND KILL TICKS

Until now, it’s been difficult for veterinary surgeons to advise dog owners on how to protect their pets against deadly lungworm and ticks. That’s about to change as Ne…

Londons Hyde Park Police Horses Line Up for National Equine Health Survey

The Metropolitan Police Mounted Branch based in Hyde Park lined up to take part in the leading national survey on equine health. From checking teeth, hooves and eyes, to clambering up stepladders t…

Declawing linked to aggression and other abnormal behaviors in cats

Declaw surgery (onychectomy) is illegal in many countries but is still a surprisingly common practice in some.

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