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Archive for February, 2018

New Forum Launched for Equine SQPs!

Virbac have launched a new Facebook Forum dedicated to Equine SQP’s. The closed group will allow SQP&r…

Free Financial Resolution podcast by Brian Faulkner for Vets

CarefreeCredit offers free podcast to members to help them build their businessVet members’ club, CarefreeCredit, which provides loans to uninsured owners of pets in n…

Practice owners can make their dream veterinary building a reality at BSAVA Congres

It’s been quite a year for ACD Projects. The company is still basking in the glory of their involvement in the build of the London Cat Clinic, Overall Winner of the British Veterinary Hospita…

WORLD CLASS CARE AS SOUTHFIELDS BRINGS TOGETHER INTERNATIONAL TEAM

A determined quest to be the best has prompted an ambitious recruitment drive across Europe and around the world by one of the UK’s top veterinary centres….

Vets welcome Government pledge to ban wild animals in circuses in England

The British Veterinary Association (BVA) has welcomed the news that a legislative ban on the use of wild animals in travelling circuses will be in place in England within the next two years. In its…

UK Government to ban wild animal circuses by 2020

Animal Defenders International (ADI) congratulates the UK Government on committing to ban the use of wild animals in travelling circuses in England by January 2020. With simil…

Public goods of animal health and welfare must be at heart of new agricultural policy

Responding to the Environment Secretary’s proposals, set out in the ‘Health and Harmony: The Future for Food, Farming and the Environment in a Green Brexit’ consultation …

Davies appoints Clinical Director to support continued growth

Davies Veterinary Specialists (Davies) has appointed existing member of staff Nat Whitley as Clinical Director. The new role has been introduced to support the private small animal veterinary refer…

Veterinary nurses have an important role to play in supporting patient mobility, says Lintbells

Premium natural supplements company, Lintbells, says it has noticed an upturn in the numbers of veterinary practices offering veterinary nurse-led mobility clinics since it launched its Mobility Ma…

New slaughterhouse CCTV law will help safeguard animal welfare, say vets

Legislation to make CCTV cameras mandatory in slaughterhouses in England to safeguard animal welfare will be laid today (23 February) by Environment Secretary Michael Gove.The proposals will…

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