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Vet surgeon says it’s “quite remarkable” that vital structures weren’t pierced after 70cm fence post penetrates Penny’s chest and snaps off.
Researchers are part of international collaboration to build robot to show how extinct creature might have walked.
A decade of such tests has resulted in a massive drop in the number of puppies affected by inherited conditions being born.
Zoetis confirms, from February, it will be managing a series of deliveries of IsoFlo to the UK supply chain until it is able to meet full demand.
£1 million for researchers from Scotland’s Rural College, RVC and University of Liverpool to develop new tools to tackle lame dairy cows.
Ambassadors will help to ensure student voice is heard throughout the wider business and play an integral role in helping to shape student initiatives.
John Burns – who last year donated £1 million to animal charities to celebrate the 25th anniversary of his company, Burns Pet Nutrition – announces new 2019 rescue charity recipients.
The survey, conducted by comparethemarket.com in November 2018, surveyed 1,000 UK pet owners and showed more than half do not insure their pets.
“This result suggests a no deal Brexit is increasingly likely, which would have a profound impact on the veterinary profession – particularly in the short to medium term” – president Simon Doherty.
New AVSPNI president calls for “fresh energy” and “drive” in fight to eradicate bTB from the province.
BVA “extremely concerned” that unscrupulous breeders are cashing in on the high demand for “trendy” brachycephalic breeds.
Submission to the Government’s Migration Advisory Committee wants immigration for vets prioritised, dropping of proposed minimum pay cap and scrapping of Immigration Skills Charge for employers.
Members of the BVA can now benefit from 30% discount on BEVA-organised courses across the UK under a new collaboration announced on 14 January.
Vaccinated horses need to be observed – especially in areas where recent diagnoses have been confirmed, and among animals that may have travelled and mixed with other horses.
Building’s two-year transformation – with an emphasis on learning – was revealed with an opening address by Lord Sandy Trees.
Mixed practice event in Aberystwyth in June will include four streams for small and large animal vets and VNs, and feature a distinctly Welsh theme.
Ethical UK start-up company wants to “wean the world’s pets off meat and to insects to make a huge positive change for our planet’s future”.
Two online learning courses unveiled by the International Society of Feline Medicine – one for vets and nurses, and one for receptionists.
University of Nottingham is one of a number of veterinary schools in the past few years to strip for a good cause, and students hope to raise a lot of money for Mind.