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By modifying the Marek’s disease vaccine, scientists at The Pirbright Institute have made a breakthrough that could have broad implications for the future of poultry vaccines.
Swindon veterinary practice to feature in pet insurer’s advertising initiative in which vets, animals and their owners are stars of the show.
Six-year project targets creation of a bespoke classification system to help vets better assess disease prevalence, and tailor health and welfare advice to individual animals.
The Cat Prospective Ageing and Welfare Study, being conducted at the University of Liverpool, is aiming to find answers on how to improve an ageing animal’s overall health and welfare.
Work’s ultimate aim is to improve horse welfare through better communication and information sharing between researchers and equine carers, as well as promotion of evidence-based practices.
Sad-eyed Ronnie – a puppy that was abandoned on 2 January after being bought online as a “Christmas present” – has been rehomed with a loving family.
CVO decision for country-wide coverage made until further notice following confirmation of dead wild birds in Dorset and Warwickshire.
Ian Wright, one of the UK's leading parasitologists, to tutor three-week online course comprised of webinars, course notes, case studies and an active forum.
The Veterinary Marketing Association (VMA) is the representative body for UK professionals working in all areas of the animal health industry and veterinary practice who have an interest in the promotion of products, services or health and welfare information.