The Kennel Club and its charities will help support canine organisations and rescues that have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic.4 mins
The group has written an open letter to a host of Government departments – including the chancellor of the exchequer and Defra – urging more support for veterinary businesses.
MSD offering guidance at round table event to address vet questions about vaccination protocols during COVID-19 crisis.
Video consults, text chats, contactless payment system and ambulance pet collection will reduce risk of coronavirus spreading.
In a statement posted on its blog, the association advises profession to make the most of online chat forums, emails and telephone calls during coronavirus crisis.
Cancel all non-emergency work, try to work from home and stick together are key messages from the association’s president.
“Without an urgent input of funds, the charity is likely to close on 31 March 2020,” says trust.
Royal college working with Defra and other veterinary organisations to provide life-saving equipment for coronavirus front-line fight.
RCVS and BVA issue joint guidance on ‘key worker’ status for veterinary surgeons.
Association promises registration fee refunds actioned on a “first booked, first refunded” basis.
Charities for animal welfare assessing likely impact of coronavirus crisis and hoping UK reality won't match that of Wuhan.
“We are asking for an assurance from governments across the UK that veterinary practices will also be included in the scope for support and recognised as a business critical service” – BVA.
RVC principal says despite the death, no evidence that companion animals can infect humans exists.
Cancellation of April’s RCVS council meeting will postpone key discussions on standard of proof and report of Legislation Working Party to date to be confirmed.
NHS doctor issues call to vets for emergency equipment to help fight the pandemic - referral centres and manufacturers preparing to step in, too…
Firm offering customers CPD sessions as live virtual stream to help veterinary professionals keep on top of learning during COVID-19 period.
£1.4 billion funding boost to the APHA Weybridge facility will help fight emerging animal and plant diseases.
“The health and safety of students and staff are paramount” – RCVS president Niall Connell.
The company has validated a new test and confirmed it has found no positive tests in the thousands of cats and dogs tested.
“…the organisation now feels that public concern and personal safety is too great for the event to go ahead" – BSAVA.