The Animal Welfare (Sentencing) Bill means animal abusers could face up to five years in prison – an increase from the current maximum sentence of six months.6 mins
BVA president Simon Doherty used his speech at the Welsh branch annual dinner in Cardiff as an opportunity to praise veterinary colleagues for their good work and ongoing support.
A vet from York who performs health checks on donkeys used for beach rides has just given the all clear to 15 of the working animals in Scarborough.
"Sometimes people just have to experience how we do things to realise how different it can be when you are part of our community.” - Jane Simpson, XL Vets.
Product defect recall alert for Alfaxan and Alfaxan Multidose 10mg/ml Solution for Injection for Dogs, Cats and Pet Rabbits – (Vm 25296/4003 and Vm 25296/4004) by Jurox UK.
A £1.5 million expansion has led to the creation of the first residency programme in small animal surgery at Vets Now's Glasgow hospital.
“Clearly, people are really passionate about what they do and want to see how technology can help deliver amazing care.” - Richard White, Pet-Tech.org.
The University of Surrey School of Veternary Medicine’s first intake of students will make history on 18 July when they become the first graduates of the school’s inaugural intake.
Government sets aside £300,000 for 2019's Badger Edge Vaccination Scheme, which will offer 50% grants to eligible groups in England.
Professor Duncan Lascelles describes a new approach to managing canine osteoarthritis (OA) and introduces a new way to target canine OA pain.
CASE STUDY: 2016 BVDzero awards finalist Angela Damaso explains how limited resources, farmer apathy, biosecurity challenges and various other issues resulted in an incomplete BVD eradication programme.
A new service has been launched to help practices across the UK to fill the locum job vacancies in their rotas...