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  • VMA Annual Awards: Advertising Campaign Award

    VMA Annual Awards: Advertising Campaign Award


    The Veterinary Marketing Association (VMA) flagship Annual Awards take place on 15th March 2019 at the 5-star Royal Lancaster London hotel. As the premier veterinary marketing event of the year, the Awards provide a great opportunity for marketing professionals to showcase their skill and professionalism in marketing their products and services, says VMA Awards chair, Claire Edmunds.

    “There are 18 awards spanning all aspects of veterinary marketing, including the Young...
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  • OnsiorTM (6 mg tablets) receives new indication to treat pain and inflammation in cats with chronic musculoskeletal disease


    Elanco is delighted to announce Onsior (6 mg tablets) has been licensed for the treatment of pain and inflammation associated with chronic musculoskeletal disorders in cats.

    The new indication is in addition to its existing license for acute pain and inflammation.

    Vets now have another option when choosing the most suitable and effective treatment for cats with chronic musculoskeletal pain and can have confidence in the robust safety profile of Onsior 6 mg tablets
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  • International equine welfare veterinarian Alex Atock publishes memoir of pathfinding organizational change to benefit “My Friend the Horse”


    “My Friend, The Horse”, a new autobiography of international veterinarian Alex Atock, MRCVS, details 35 years of landmark equine health and welfare developments, such as:
    ● Changes in international equestrian sports while the author was head of the Veterinary Department of the Fédération Équestre Internationale (FEI), particularly related to inspection and medication of horses;
    ● Insight into equine care education in developing world while responsible for
    ...
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  • Sick of gasping for breath - airway surgery could be considered for GI problems - WSAVA article



    Everyone knows that brachycephalic dogs have a lot of health problems. Professor Nick Jeffery, editor-in-chief of the Journal of Small Animal Practice, our Official Scientific Journal, highlights a paper that suggests some of these may be linked...

    Many brachycephalic dogs have difficulties with breathing, but many also show frequent vomiting or regurgitation, or both. In this month’s JSAP, Dr Kaye and colleagues show evidence that airway and GI problems may be linked,
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  • Grapiprant a breakthrough for osteoarthritic dogs?

    Grapiprant a breakthrough for osteoarthritic dogs?


    Grapiprant is a new class of drug for treating ‘pain associated with mild to moderate osteoarthritis in dogs’. A balanced appraisal of this new drug is now available from Veterinary Prescriber in the form of a succinct online learning module. Anyone who does the module will:·
    • Understand the pharmacology of grapiprant.
    • Know the clinical evidence on the efficacy and safety of grapiprant.
    • Be aware of what is known about how grapiprant compares with NSAIDs.
    • Understand what is meant by
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  • Equissage Pulse announce results of scientifically proven research

    Equissage Pulse announce results of scientifically proven research


    Equissage Pulse are pleased to announce the results of scientifically proven research, recently published on the Journal of Equine Veterinary Science website, into the benefits that a 20-Minute Cycloidal Vibration has on Whole Horse Locomotion and Thoracolumbar Profiles.

    Carried out at The Kings Troop Royal Horse Artillery by Centaur Biomechanics, the independent blinded randomised controlled study delivers a verdict of the positive efficacy of cycloidal vibration therapy when...
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  • Blue Cross helps alleviate horse crisis with Home Direct service

    Blue Cross helps alleviate horse crisis with Home Direct service



    National Pet Charity Blue Cross is providing a Home Direct service to help owners find suitable new homes for their precious horses if they can no longer keep them. The charity hopes the scheme, which avoids the need to use the charity’s busy centres, will help provide the horses with a secure future, preventing them from potentially becoming a welfare problem.

    The introduction of Home Direct for horses follows the success of the national pet charity’s home direct for
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  • Medivet to Open ‘Centre of Excellence’ for Orthopaedics

    Medivet to Open ‘Centre of Excellence’ for Orthopaedics


    Medivet is to open a ‘Centre of Excellence’ in orthopaedics at its referral practice in Faversham, Kent. The team will be led by Dr Ryk Botes (pictured above), a Medivet Branch Partner with a special interest in orthopaedics and, in particular, replacement surgery.

    The company is investing in specialist equipment to help the new orthopaedics team refine current surgical techniques and to pioneer novel solutions to perplexing orthopaedic problems. The kit includes a state-of-the-art
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  • Redwings celebrates SPILLERS® new senior feeds with special video

    Redwings celebrates SPILLERS® new senior feeds with special video


    Redwings Horse Sanctuary is sharing the all the excitement about the launch of SPILLERS®’ new senior feeds. Redwings head vet Nicola Jarvis and her equine co-star Smokey have helped make a video celebrating the fact that SPILLERS® has produced the first independently veterinary approved senior feed range on the market.

    SPILLERS® Senior Complete Care Mix and SPILLERS® Senior Super-Mash are the new flagships for the versatile SPILLERS® portfolio of senior feeds which also include...
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  • Dog injured after being run over twice has Battersea vets worried

    Dog injured after being run over twice has Battersea vets worried

    Earlier this year, a dog was brought into Battersea Dogs & Cats Home after being hit by a car, not once, but twice - neither driver stopped. The sad little Pug-Terrier-cross had severe injuries to both her front and back legs that left her unable to walk.

    The eight-year-old was taken in by a local dog warden when she was found injured on the streets of Enfield, North London, before being brought to the world-famous animal rescue centre. Battersea staff decided to name her Florence....
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