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  • Blue Dog Programme to Receive WSAVA’s 2017 Global One Health Award

    Blue Dog Programme to Receive WSAVA’s 2017 Global One Health Award


    The Blue Dog Programme, an educational initiative to help children to interact safely with dogs, has been awarded the World Small Animal Veterinary Association’s (WSAVA’s) 2017 Global One Health Award. The award will be accepted by Professor Tiny de Keuster, a European Veterinary Specialist in Behavioural Medicine (Companion Animals) and founder of the programme.

    Through her work as a behaviourist, Professor de Keuster, a visiting professor at the University of Ghent in B
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  • Adam Mugford joins Lumbry Park Veterinary Specialists

    Adam Mugford joins Lumbry Park Veterinary Specialists


    Dr Adam Mugford, BVetMed MVetMed DACVECC MRCVS, a
    RCVS Recognised Specialist in Emergency and Critical Care and Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care (ECC), has joined Lumbry Park Veterinary Specialists in Alton, Hampshire.Dr Mugford, one of only 17 ECC Specialists in the UK, will be developing an ECC service at Lumbry Park, one of the most advanced, multi-disciplinary specialist veterinary hospitals in the UK and part of CVS’ rapidly growing referral
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  • BSAVA appoints Head of Policy and Scientific Communication

    BSAVA appoints Head of Policy and Scientific Communication


    The British Small Animal Veterinary Association (BSAVA) has appointed a new Head of Policy and Scientific Communication.

    Adrienne Conroy MVB MRCVS brings a wealth of experience from working in practice, industry, government and the charity sector. Her roles have covered a diversity of areas at UK , European and international level - from evidence-based strategy, policy and operations through to communications, PR and both reputation and crises management.

    Adrienne...
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  • Lintbells appoints new Veterinary Technical Manager

    Lintbells appoints new Veterinary Technical Manager


    Lintbells has appointed Dr Rachel Hylton BVetMed MRCVS to the post of Veterinary Technical Manager. Rachel will be providing support across the Lintbells supplement portfolio, helping to generate and deliver appropriate support materials and CPD for veterinary professionals, as well as helping them to support their clients.

    Rachel will also be working with vets and veterinary nurses in the extended Lintbells team in the fields of new product development, clinical trials and product
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  • Visit the Virbac trade stand at BEVA for a chance to win £200 worth of Fairfax & Favor vouchers.


    The Virbac equine team will be attending the British Equine Veterinary Association Congress, held from 13th to 16th September at the ACC, Kings Dock, Liverpool.

    Visitors to the Virbac trade stand will be invited to enter their competition to win £200 worth of Fairfax & Favor vouchers. Delegates are also invited to join the team for cheese and wine during the Happy Hours from 5.30 pm on Thursday 14th and 5pm on Friday 15th September.

    The team will be on hand
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  • Does equine lameness need to be redefined?

    Does equine lameness need to be redefined?


    Professor van Weeren, commenting in the current issue of the Equine Veterinary Journal (EVJ), suggests that equine lameness needs to be redefined to reflect new digital assessment techniques that use preset parameters to detect gait asymmetries.1http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/1...evj.12715/full

    The traditional method for detecting equine lameness is subjective, using expert visual evaluation of gait to identify the presence or absence and degree of asymmetries. The lame...
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  • SPVS and VPMA launch Congress 2018

    SPVS and VPMA launch Congress 2018

    Registration is now open for the SPVS and VPMA 2018 Congress, returning to Celtic Manor Resort, Newport on 25-27 January 2018, supported by Boehringer and Citation.

    Highlights in the ground-breaking CPD programme include:
    Congress Opener Benjamin Mee,*motivational speaker, journalist and the man behind the bestselling book and Hollywood blockbuster "We Bought A Zoo"
    Canadian vet, Jonathan Bloom, introducing us to the Fear Free Practice approach - Having It All...
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  • You’d be mad to miss this year’s BEVA Congress

    You’d be mad to miss this year’s BEVA Congress


    Whether a horse vet, vet nurse, farrier or equine dental technician, BEVA Congress 13-16 September 2017 is aimed at you.

    With the opportunity to gain so much knowledge in a short space of time in such an inspiring and fun environment, you’d be mad to miss it.


    13 reasons why you need to be there:

    Live Horse Ultrasound: On the Saturday world-renowned anatomist, lameness clinician and ultrasound guru Professor Jean-Marie Denoix will be demonstrating the...
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  • Celtic SMR launch the AGFA DR10s – the latest in DR technology

    Celtic SMR launch the AGFA DR10s – the latest in DR technology


    Celtic SMR is pleased to launch the new AGFA DR10s to the market. Providing the latest DR technology with a lightweight and ergonomic design, the DR10s is perfect for equine practice.

    Alan Clarkson, Technical Director of Celtic SMR comments; ‘’We are very excited to be launching the DR10s – one of the lightest plates available on the market, combined with AGFA’s superior image quality and processing software. The DR10s also boasts a battery life of up to eight hours, making it ideal...
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  • Survey says pet parasite action campaign was a success

    Survey says pet parasite action campaign was a success


    Merial’s Pet Parasite Action campaign concluded at the end of July and has been hailed as a great success. Lynda Maris, NexGard™ Spectra and Broadline® Product Manager says the campaign has created over 50 million ‘opportunities to see’ and an online survey shows that those who experienced the campaign are more likely to visit their vet practice for advice on parasite control and more likely to treat their pets more regularly.

    The post-campaign survey was carried out online*,
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