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  • Canine X-ray positioning guides launched on BCF website

    Canine X-ray positioning guides launched on BCF website


    BCF Technology have just launched on their website a series of free canine X-ray positioning guides. The easy to follow guides aim to help practices by providing a quick, easy-to-use reference guide to getting the best radiographic views possible, every time. Just visit the small animal learning section of the BCF Technology website at www.bcftechnology.com.

    BCF in-house Radiographer Kat Evans commented, ”At BCF, we understand that capturing a great X-ray isn’t just about having...
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  • The College of Animal Welfare announces new Head Nurse Congress on 16 and 17 May.



    Aimed at current and aspiring head nurses, this new two day congress – believed to the first of its kind - is set to provide valuable CPD hours that is truly relevant to the role of the head nurse in today’s modern veterinary practice.
    Packed full of guest speakers, delegates will have the opportunity to listen to a wide variety of lectures including communication and leadership skills, managing conflict and bullying, increasing client and employee loyalty, maximising...
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  • LUNGWORM INCIDENCE MAP LAUNCHED

    LUNGWORM INCIDENCE MAP LAUNCHED


    Providing vets and dog owners with vital information about the prevalence of Angiostrongylus vasorum in their local community.
    The first case of lungworm (A. vasorum) was diagnosed in the UK in 1975. Forty years later, the parasite is now endemic throughout much of the UK and has expanded from established ‘hotspots’ into previously uninfected...
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  • Norbrook® leads the way with product and educational support for dry cow management

    Norbrook® Laboratories has launched a powerful new dry cow preparation together with an innovative educational tool. The launch of Cefimam® DC intramammary ointment follows hot on the heels of the Cefimam® LC preparation, both containing the powerful 4th generation cephalosporin, cefquinome. At the same time, the company has released a Polish language version of its popular Best Practice Guide for On-Farm Mastitis Control, in response to demand from producers with non-English speaking farm-hands....
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  • Gold standard management of the diabetic cat

    Gold standard management of the diabetic cat


    The International Society of Feline Medicine (ISFM), the veterinary division of International
    Cat Care, has convened an expert panel of veterinary clinicians and academics to produce
    practical guidance to help veterinary teams deliver optimal management for the increasing
    numbers of diabetic cats that are presenting to practices.



    Similar to type 2 (or adult-onset) diabetes in humans, there is thought to be a link between
    the increasing prevalence...
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  • BVA looks forward to Officially Brucellosis Free EU declaration for Northern Ireland

    The British Veterinary Association (BVA) and its Northern Ireland Branch have welcomed the announcement today that Stormont’s Department of Agriculture is to apply to the European Union for Northern Ireland cattle to be declared free of the disease brucellosis.
    The Agriculture Minister Michelle O’Neill has commented that it is three years since the last confirmed case of the disease.
    Officially Brucellosis Free (OBF) status would mean that control measures can be reduced, which means...
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  • Ceva showcases Adaptil® and Feliway® at BSAVA Congress 2015 (stand 810)


    Ceva Animal Health will be showcasing the world’s leading pet behaviour products, Adaptil® and Feliway®, on its stand (stand 810) at BSAVA Congress to announce the new brand innovations that will help support veterinary professionals.

    Transforming pet behaviour has been at the heart of Ceva’s expertise for over 10 years. With over 39 clinical studies and more in progress, Ceva is the market leader in the pet behaviour category with Adaptil and Feliway, the only behaviour brands...
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  • NAVC International Scholar Program Relaunched in Partnership with the WSAVA

    Pioneering initiative aims to develop tomorrow's veterinary leaders

    An informal scholarship program run by the North American Veterinary Community (NAVC) which gave veterinarians from developing countries the opportunity to attend its annual Conference has been formalized and relaunched in partnership with the World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA).

    The NAVC Scholar Program was originally set up in 1996 as the Eastern European Scholarship Fund to support new...
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    Last edited by Kristina Kisbee; 02-03-2015, 07:11 AM.

  • BVA welcomes Welsh Government’s clarification on timetable for dog microchipping


    The British Veterinary Association (BVA) and its Welsh Branch welcome the announcement from Rebecca Evans, Deputy Minister for Farming and Food, that clarifies the Welsh Government’s timetable for the introduction of compulsory microchipping for dogs in Wales.
    Rebecca Evans has clearly outlined the next steps towards compulsory microchipping in Wales, including further consultation around enforcement, implantation of microchips and the recording of information. The Welsh Government...
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  • Parliamentary Veterinary Intern vacancy open for applications

    Parliamentary Veterinary Intern vacancy open for applications


    Veterinary graduates or undergraduates with an interest in veterinary politics and policy are encouraged to apply for the position of Parliamentary Veterinary Intern at the office of Professor the Lord Trees.

    Successful candidates for the internship will provide administrative, policy and research support for Lord Trees, a former President of the RCVS and one of two veterinary surgeons in the House of Lords, for a period of one year which may be extended by a further year by...
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    Last edited by Kristina Kisbee; 27-02-2015, 07:34 PM.
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