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Mongolian veterinary educators visit RVC for teaching practice

Mongolian vet teachers visit the Royal Veterinary College for a two-day introduction on the theoretical basis of teaching.

New RCVS medal celebrates distinguished vets

Royal College president Neil Smith launches the RCVS Queen’s Medal at the House of Lords. The award has been described as: “the most prestigious honour the RCVS can bestow upon a veterinary surgeon.”

EC steps in to debate on European trade in pets

Vets and animal welfare charities have welcomed a new study to be held by the European Commission (EC) into the commercial trade in dogs and cats.

Gait proves a strong draw for vet physio conference

More than 90 members of the veterinary and associated para-professions attended the second annual National Association of Veterinary Physiotherapists’ conference, which focused on equine and canine gait.

New range of joint health support supplements

Building on the successful 2011 launch of Cimalgex, Vétoquinol continues to bring “innovation to the traditional osteoarthritis marketplace in the UK” with the launch of its new Flexadin range.

New BVA committee leaders revealed

The BVA has named the three new chairs of its standing committees on veterinary policy, ethics and welfare and overseas issues.

Vet chain gets the David Bailey treatment

UK veterinary practice Pierson Stewart & Partners selected David Bailey Furniture Systems to install fitted veterinary furniture worth more than £16,000 at its chain of surgeries across the Weald of Kent.

BVA promotes forthcoming highlights at London Vet Show

Sessions hosted by the British Veterinary Association at Olympia will include contentious issues, equine and farm animal CPD streams and the popular BVA Careers Fair.

Memorial service for UK’s animal war dead

Animal welfare and advocacy groups gather in London at the Animals in War memorial to remember animal war dead.

RSPCA welcomes Ramsay’s decision to drop supplier

Fiery TV chef’s restaurant chain suspends purchases from the French firm that supplies its foie gras, pending investigations into allegations of abuse on its producers’ farms.

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