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  • Activyl® Now Sold by Virbac

    Activyl® Now Sold by Virbac

    Virbac has taken over the distribution of the topical ectoparasiticide range, Activyl, expanding the company's growing parasiticide portfolio. Activyl, a prescription-only range of products, is available in three spot-on preparations: Activyl for Dogs and Activyl for Cats provide effective flea control, with Activyl Tick Plus for targeted tick and flea control in dogs. Based on the active ingredient indoxacarb, they are effective against developing flea life stages in the immediate environment...
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  • BCF welcomes Lee Cairns to their team

    BCF welcomes Lee Cairns to their team


    Veterinary imaging leaders BCF Technology have grown their Research and Development capabilities with Lee Cairns recently joining the business.

    Lee has a long pedigree in the veterinary industry, most recently almost 20 years with Vet Solutions, and will be leading the software development team for BCF. This will involve developing mobile data applications for veterinary imaging applications aimed at helping vets improve their workflow and efficiency.

    Alan Picken,
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  • Vetisco Supports Work of Northern Cyprus Animal Charity

    Vetisco Supports Work of Northern Cyprus Animal Charity



    Leading veterinary implants, instruments and equipment company Vetisco has donated two spay kits, one for dogs and one for cats, to Northern Cyprus charity Kyrenia Animal Rescue (KAR). Based in the mountains outside the city of Kyrenia in the Turkish sector of Cyprus, KAR is run by a team of British ex-patriate volunteers. The charity runs a sanctuary for more than 400 cats and dogs and is extensively involved in neuter and return projects. It also runs education programmes for local...
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  • The 'best feline-based medicine you can get' heads to Malta for the 2016 ISFM Congress


    For 2016 the International Society of Feline Medicine (ISFM) is holding its European Feline Congress on the idyllic island of Malta, where delegates will be treated to five days of feline-specific CPD.

    Taking place from 29th June to 3rd July, the main scientific programme will focus on the latest developments in feline orthopaedics and feline GI disease. Keynote speaker Professor David Bennett from the University of Glasgow, will review where we are with bone disease, present
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  • Global health organisation issues warning following latest news on Zika

    Global health organisation issues warning following latest news on Zika



    The global animal medicines association has warned that further devastating infectious diseases like the Zika virus could be on the horizon if crucial steps aren’t taken.

    The latest research from global disease mapping suggests that populations of disease-carrying insects are on the increase.
    Zika is the latest ‘vector-borne’ disease to be deemed a ‘global public health emergency’ – the virus is transmitted by daytime-active Aedes mosquitoes. The latest
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  • Veterinary antibiotics - fact not fiction

    Veterinary antibiotics - fact not fiction

    NOAH (National Office of Animal Health) would like to dispel the “myth and misunderstanding” surrounding regulation and use of antibiotics, following the publication in December 2015 of a Report on Antimicrobials in Agriculture, as part of the AMR Review chaired by Lord O’Neill.
    “There appears to be confusion about current rules on antibiotic use in farming in the UK,” says NOAH’s Chief Executive Officer, Dawn Howard. “Whilst the issue of global antibiotic resistance is a real concern,...
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  • New Bovigen Scour from Virbac Helps to Reduce Diarrhoea in Calves

    New Bovigen Scour from Virbac Helps to Reduce Diarrhoea in Calves


    Virbac has extended its Large Animal vaccine range with the launch of Bovigen Scour®, an emulsion for injection into cattle which reduces the severity of diarrhoea caused by bovine rotavirus, bovine coronavirus and enteropathogenic E.coli F5 (K99). Bovigen Scour works by actively immunising pregnant cows and heifers and providing passive immunity to their calves via colostrum. The vaccine also helps to reduce the shedding of virus by calves infected with bovine rotavirus and coronavirus....
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  • Improve International Retains Investors in People Bronze Standard

    Improve International Retains Investors in People Bronze Standard


    Improve International, one of the UK’s leading providers of veterinary CPD, has retained the Investors in People (IiP) Bronze Standard it first achieved in 2010. The company was one of the first in the veterinary sector to embrace IiP and has retained the Bronze Standard for a second time after a reassessment in January 2016, involving a series of in-depth interviews with the company’s management team and employees.

    Improve International is one of the UK’s leading veterinary
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  • CPD for newly qualified vets

    CPD for newly qualified vets



    Vetoquinol is running a one and a half day conference on the 4th and 5th June 2016 at the East Midlands Conference Centre & Orchard Hotel in Nottingham for vet students graduating in 2016.

    To book your place visit: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/welco...ts-19249646210

    10% Early-bird discount available until 29/02/16
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  • Equitop Myoplast® announces sponsorship of Somerford Park Premier League Dressage classes


    The leading equine muscle supplement1 Equitop Myoplast® has signed an agreement to sponsor classes at the Somerford Park Premier League Show, which takes place from Saturday 28th to Monday 30th May 2016.

    Equitop Myoplast will be sponsoring the five-year-old and six-year-old National British Young Dressage Horse classes, which take place on Saturday 28th May, and are aimed at identifying up-and-coming dressage stars of the future.

    “Equitop Myoplast is delighted
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