A British firm believes its lookalike product range – designed to resemble owners – will help concerned canines with separation anxiety.53 mins
Wholesalers can accept further batches of the equine pain killer from the manufacturer, provided it is accompanied by a “caution in use” letter.
Equine hospital boasts UK’s first large bore sliding gantry computed tomography system for improved large animal patient scanning.
The directorate is investigating potential ways to maintain the availability of the injectable product for use in non-food horses.6 mins
Suspended “gold standard” painkiller for horses – named in list of nine products containing excipient diethanolamine – prompts dismay from equine vets.
VMD suspends diethanolamine (DEA) “in the light of scientific opinion” that consuming food from animals treated with products containing DEA may pose a risk to human health.
The only single-shot scour vaccine to be approved in Europe in more than 18 years is now available with an extended three-year shelf life.
Vets urged to examine inventory immediately and quarantine-specified batches of Willcain Solution for Injection, being recalled due to low active substance assay results.
Four specific batches of a treatment for canker, coccidiosis, worms and external parasites in racing and show pigeons are being recalled.
The VMD has been issued a product recall for two batches of Filavac VHD K C+V concentrate and solvent for suspension for injection for rabbits due to incorrect storage during shipment.
The new Vet Times app takes all the best features from vettimes.co.uk and puts them in your pocket – meaning all your veterinary content is just a few taps away.
Company’s Deltanil treatment for use in dairy cattle and sheep now has longest extended shelf life of any existing registered pour-on product.
A diagnostic test to identify new equine virus, thought to be present in up to 10% of horses, is available for the first time.6 mins
A new vaccine that reduces the viral load in blood and lymphoid tissues has been launched by Zoetis to tackle the virus.
New health-monitoring litter tray analyses feline urine samples and automatically sends report to owner’s smartphone of any “red flags” detected.
Three specific batches of sheep ectoparaciticide Crovect being recalled due to possible pack defect that may cause caps to split.
“Hi-Drate provides a nutritious drink that suspends fibre in a soluble fibre gel that travels further into the digestive system to increase the hindgut reservoir” – Sandra Murphy, Equidiet.
Pharmaceutical company reassures vets and public its product is safe and legally compliant after rival was removed from sale.
Virbac’s new display packaging for equine product aims to offer retailers ‘additional opportunity to discuss three Ds of worming – direction, dose and delivery – with owners’.
“Inconsistencies” in cleaning process have lead to recall of batch-specific neuroleptic drug produced by Elanco Animal Health.