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  • Supreme Petfoods sponsors new Rabbit CPD Company

    Supreme Petfoods sponsors new Rabbit CPD Company


    Supreme Petfoods is sponsoring a new veterinary education company that will focus on rabbits only. LagoLearn will train vets, veterinary nurses and students on the specifics of rabbit medicine and surgery, provided through lectures and workshops. The aim is to raise the standards of rabbit care equivalent to those received by dogs and cats both in the UK and internationally.

    Claire Hamblion, Supreme Marketing Manager says it’s important that standards and capabilities in rabbit
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  • Experts advise vets to take back control of otitis externa treatment

    Experts advise vets to take back control of otitis externa treatment


    Leaders in dermatology at Osurnia® Roadshow advise vets to bring first-line OE treatment back into practice to improve outcomes


    · Free CPD available online with lecture recording at http://bit.ly/29kAiQv

    Vets and vet nurses can gain free CPD and learn from leaders in dermatology about improving compliance and clinical outcomes in canine otitis externa* (OE) cases on the Osurnia website.

    Elanco Animal Health hosted a series of free CPD events at vet schools across the
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  • Large Animal Director Appointed at Virbac

    Large Animal Director Appointed at Virbac


    Virbac has appointed Fraser Hodgson as Director of its Large Animal Business Unit in the UK. In this role, he will head the company’s growing Large Animal team and lead the introduction of new products and services to meet the needs of Virbac's ruminant, pigs, poultry and equine customers. He reports to David Ellerton, Managing Director of Virbac UK and Ireland.

    Fraser Hodgson held a range of senior sales and marketing roles in the animal and human health sectors in New
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  • Plans announced to help bring an end to illegal elephant poaching and ivory trafficking


    Environment Secretary Andrea Leadsom today announced plans for a ban on sales of modern day ivory – putting UK rules on ivory sales among the world’s toughest.

    It comes as the UK government prepares to back urgent global action to end elephant poaching, which has reached crisis levels in recent years. New action to tackle the illicit trade will be discussed at the upcoming conference of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) in South Africa.
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  • New Look VMA: Be Part Of It!

    New Look VMA: Be Part Of It!


    Fasten your seat belts!


    We have just entered an exciting new phase for the VMA and its members.

    Our fresh branding marks the launch of a new website delivering content that we believe is set to be the the 'go to' resource for anyone and everyone involved in veterinary marketing:
    • Regular blogs from expert marketers
    • Free downloadable resources
    • Online booking for high-quality CPD events
    Be part of it and win!

    We'd love to get your feedback on our new site. Be part
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  • VPMA North East Regional Meeting: 19th October, Bradbury @ 12.30pm

    VPMA North East Regional Meeting: 19th October, Bradbury @ 12.30pm

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  • New films for all ages and stages of veterinary profession

    New films for all ages and stages of veterinary profession



    A series of short films for and about the veterinary profession, produced in a collaboration between BVA and ITN Productions, launched in an exclusive screening at BVA Members’ Day in Bristol on 22 September.

    The ‘Veterinary View’ programme, introduced by national newsreader Natasha Kaplinsky, includes 18 news and current affairs style films, each around four minutes, created by BVA and a range of veterinary industry partners.

    The programme highlights some
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  • Animal health and welfare and veterinary workforce at the heart of BVA's Brexit priorities


    BVA is calling on the UK Government to ensure existing animal health and welfare, public health, veterinary medicines, workforce, and environmental protection standards are at least maintained as part of negotiations on the UK’s exit from the European Union.

    In the Brexit paper, approved by BVA Council on 22 September, BVA also urged the Government to seek opportunities to improve standards in accordance with evidence-based risk analysis of animal health, welfare and ethics.
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  • Today marks the 10th annual World Rabies Day, and Mission Rabies is out around the world using this years’ theme of ‘Educate. Vaccinate. Eliminate’




    In the office we are making final preparations for October’s mass vaccination drive in Goa, India. Many of the Mission Rabies staff, along with a team of fantastic volunteers, are heading out to take part and work alongside our permanent vaccination teams based there. We will working in the Bardez region in northern Goa, aiming to deliver lifesaving rabies vaccines to 10,000 dogs!

    Excitingly, for the first time you will be able to follow the progress of the Mission
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  • Can horses communicate with us ?

    Can horses communicate with us ?


    Horses have joined a select group of animals that can communicate by pointing at symbols. Scientists trained horses, by offering slices of carrot as an incentive, to touch a board with their muzzle to indicate if they wanted to wear a rug. The horses' requests matched the weather, suggesting it wasn't a random choice. A few other animals, including apes and dolphins, appear, like us, to express preferences by pointing at things.

    Dr Cecilie Mejdell of the Norwegian Veterinary
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