The RCVS and BVA will co-host the Federation of Veterinarians of Europe General Assembly, which represents vet associations in 40 countries, in June 2020.6 mins
Does your practice do its utmost to safeguard the well-being of it’s staff? And is there one person who goes the extra mile to create a happy working environment? Nominate them now.
The report, compiled online in conjunction with YouGov, is the largest annual assessment of cat, dog and rabbit welfare in the UK.
The Kennel Club's survey questioned 2,256 dog owners and revealed one in three puppy buyers acknowledged they were clueless about how to find a reputable source for their puppy.
Vetlife charity team reminds all members of the profession it is available to help those in crisis 24/7, 365 days of the year.
Veterinary Business Development unveils three groundbreaking podcast channels for veterinary surgeons, veterinary nurses and veterinary business professionals.
Regent Court Veterinary Practice in Penzance receives accolade from environmental charity Surfers Against Sewage for reducing plastic and inspiring community to tackle pollution.
RVC study shows 75% decline in breed numbers during the past 10 years and an ageing population.
More than £400 has been raised for Hearing Dogs for Deaf People following a fund-raiser organised by VetPartners practices across Yorkshire.
Veterinary science placed second on the list of top-paying degrees, with an average first-year salary of £28,000 – a figure only bettered by “medicine and dentistry” graduates.
Courses are designed to equip participants with an understanding of the role emotional resilience plays in protecting mental well-being.6 mins
Free one-hour live webinar, by veterinary nutritionist Marge Chandler, aims to help vets and others separate fact from fiction about pet diets.
Key proposals include appointment of an animal welfare commissioner, enshrining the principle of animal sentience in law and widening accessibility to vets for those on low incomes.
Census of more than 5,000 owners finds majority are conscientious with their animals’ care, reflecting their dedication to keeping their pets happy.
Organisers of championship dog show in Edinburgh send clear message to Scottish Government to ban third-party puppy sales.
An attempt by animal shelter staff to find an oversized cat a new home becomes internet sensation.
Primary and secondary school students find out what it’s like to be a vet in a two-day event organised by the RVC and Bayer.
An American study found, from 1979 to 2015, vets died by suicide between 2 and 3.5 times more often than the general US population, reflecting the findings of a systematic review published in 2010.
Vets and VNs – along with family, friends and clients – have climbed more than 3,500ft to raise money for Welsh animal charity.
A professional dog groomer has sparked a social media debate after dying the legs and tail of her toy poodle pink. She has vigorously defended her right to give her pet a colour makeover.