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  • Merry Christmas from Mission Rabies

    Merry Christmas from Mission Rabies


    “It’s been a fantastic year working with one of the most inspiring teams imaginable. Our international projects are going from strength to strength, thanks to all our amazing sponsors, supporters and volunteers who make the charity such a phenomenal force for good. Christmas is a time to reflect, give thanks and celebrate. It should be done Mission Rabies style – with absolute commitment! On behalf of the Mission Rabies team, I’d like to wish everyone a brilliantly festive time, an amazing
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  • 4000 reasons to join Vetsure Platinum!

    4000 reasons to join Vetsure Platinum!

    Join Vetsure Platinum and receive a ‘welcome pack’ of free of charge product typically worth over £4000* – including a month’s free supply of vaccine!

    *Offer includes one month of free vaccine of estimated value of £1000 per FTE vet. New start-up practices will receive £1000 of free vaccine and at least £2000 of other free of charge products.


    Contact us NOW to become a Platinum member and benefit from this offer!Need more information?

    READ OUR FAQS

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  • UK Chair for WSAVA Continuing Education Committee

    UK Chair for WSAVA Continuing Education Committee


    UK vet Zoë Belshaw has been appointed as Chair of the World Small Animal Veterinary Association’s (WSAVA’s) Continuing Education (CE) Committee. In this role, she will lead the WSAVA’s efforts to offer accessible and relevant learning opportunities to veterinarians within the WSAVA’s 101 member associations, particularly those lacking the resources to provide these themselves or in regions where companion animal medicine is still emerging.

    Zoë Belshaw worked in mixed and companion
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  • Lintbells joins the Sunday Times Virgin Fast Track 100

    Lintbells joins the Sunday Times Virgin Fast Track 100


    Lintbells has made the list! In the 20th anniversary edition of the Sunday Times Virgin Fast Track 100 list out now, Lintbells, maker of high quality natural pet supplements, has come in at number 61. Flagged as ‘one to watch’ last year, it’s a tremendous achievement for the company and tops a fantastic year that also saw it win a Queens Award for Innovation, while retailer Pets at Home awarded it the accolade of ‘Best Multi-Channel Supplier’.

    Based in the countryside near the
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  • Accomplished agility trainer Alan Bray is new Breeder Channel Manager at Agria


    Bringing expertise into a business is vitally important and Agria Pet Insurance has done just that with the appointment of Alan Bray to the post of Breeder Channel Manager. Not only is Alan a Chartered Marketer and a Fellow of the Direct and Digital Institute of Marketing but he’s also a highly qualified agility dog handler, trainer and judge.

    Alan’s accolades are too numerous to mention but include judging at the highest Championship level both for the Kennel Club and Internationally
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  • Vets Challenged to Rethink Canine Cushing’s Syndrome by World Expert at London Vet Show


    Delegates of Improve International were challenged to rethink the diagnosis and treatment of patients with Canine Cushing’s syndrome at the London Vet Show during two special lectures from one of the world’s most respected specialists in veterinary internal medicine. Professor Edward C Feldman is Emeritus Professor of Small Animal Internal Medicine at the School of Veterinary Medicine, University of California, Davis, and gave two lectures on Canine Cushing’s syndrome to past and present...
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  • #VNVoice gets louder!

    #VNVoice gets louder!


    Second month’s prize winners and poll results announced

    BVNA is delighted to announce that its #VNVoice community portal is attracting more and more VNs, who are making their voices heard by completing the online polls.
    The November topics included behaviour and the VN’s role in relation to Schedule 3. The results show the depth of passion that runs through the veterinary nursing profession about what tasks nurses can and can’t do. Some of the results are shown below.
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  • Ceva’s ‘Build a Den’ fireworks competition winners announced

    Ceva’s ‘Build a Den’ fireworks competition winners announced


    Ceva Animal Health, manufacturer of ADAPTIL® and FELIWAY®, has announced the winners of its national ‘Build a Den’ fireworks season competition.

    The competition encouraged veterinary practices to build a den, plug in an ADAPTIL diffuser nearby and decorate their waiting room to demonstrate the preventative measures clients can carry out at home to help manage their pets’ firework fears. The pictures of the dens and waiting room displays were posted on the Ceva Animal Health and
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  • Karen Green joins Agria’s growing Rehoming Channel

    Karen Green joins Agria’s growing Rehoming Channel


    Agria Pet Insurance has announced that Karen Green has joined the business as Rehoming Partner Manager.

    Karen comes to the team with over 20 years’ experience of working with animal welfare sector, and her new role will see her as a key contact for rehoming organisations across the UK partnering with Agria.

    In her previous role as Key Account Manager at CEVA Animal Health, Karen worked closely with animal charities and organisations to support the well-being of animals
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  • Bayer launches final video in Canine Ocular Health series

    Bayer launches final video in Canine Ocular Health series


    Bayer Animal Health has launched the third and final educational video in its popular free series ‘Back to Basics’ on canine ophthalmology; part of the Remend™ ‘Vision Matters’ Campaign.

    In the final of the series, veterinary ophthalmologist and director of Veterinary Vison Ophthalmic Referrals, Chris Dixon provides guidance on examining the cornea and discusses two of the most common ocular conditions in dogs: corneal ulceration and keratoconjunctivitis sicca (KCS).
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