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  • The VMG is hitting the road!

    The VMG is hitting the road!



    Fasten your seat belts, as the VMG will be travelling around the UK spreading the word about the new data protection legislation (GDPR) and how to approach credit control.

    This May, there will be an important change in legislation surrounding data protection in the EU when GDPR is introduced. The VMG (Veterinary Management Group – previously the Veterinary Practice Management Association, VPMA) recognises how critical this change will be. So, to help veterinary practices
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  • New Veterinary Business Development Executive for Lintbells

    New Veterinary Business Development Executive for Lintbells



    Joanne Hamilton has been appointed to the role of Veterinary Business Development Executive (VBDE) for Lintbells, covering South East Central & West London. Practices in the area can contact Joanna to discuss Lintbells products or support by calling 07590 030141.

    A Nottingham graduate, Joanna has a degree in Biochemistry and Genetics and a Masters in Veterinary Microbiology from the University of Surrey. In her last role, she worked for a medical devices company. She
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  • New research shows veterinary teams lack self-belief, negatively impacting wellbeing



    With the increasing focus on wellbeing, recent research by Engage Coach International demonstrates psychological mindset is key to how those in veterinary practice experience stress. Developing mindset has positive benefits related to wellbeing, retention and practice profitability.

    Engage analysed 12 practices (518 employees) who were winners or Highly Commended in the 2016 SPVS Wellbeing Award, run in partnership with RCVS Mind Matters Initiative. The results will be
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  • Ex-jockey joins SPILLERS® Nutrition Team

    Ex-jockey joins SPILLERS® Nutrition Team



    Former professional flat jockey Charlotte Mitchell has joined the SPILLERS® team as Thoroughbred Nutritionist for the East of the UK. She brings to the company a wealth of knowledge and practical understanding in this important sector of the equine feed market.

    Charlotte was a professional flat jockey for 11 years. In the UK and UAE she rode 50 winners from around 1,000 rides. Prior to this she gained an Equine Science (BSc Hons) Degree at Hartpury College and used this
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  • Short list revealed for the Ceva Animal Welfare Awards 2018

    Short list revealed for the Ceva Animal Welfare Awards 2018



    Following a record number of nominations for the second consecutive year, Ceva Animal Health has revealed its shortlist for its eighth annual Ceva Animal Welfare Awards.

    The awards celebrate the achievements of remarkable people from the farming, veterinary and charity industries, who go beyond the call of duty to better the lives of animals around the world. Nominations were submitted by friends, family, clients and colleagues.

    Spanning six categories, the
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  • Breaking €1 billion for the first time, Ceva Santé Animale consolidates its position as the leading French player in the global animal health market


    New Building Project at the Ceva Sogeval Campus

    2017 will go down in history as the year Ceva Santé Animale (Ceva) achieved growth of 20% and broke the billion euro barrier for the first time with sales of €1.1 billion. This performance consolidates its position as the 6th largest animal health company and leading French multinational in the sector.

    A year of growth based on successful integrations
    In 2017, Ceva grew its business by 20%, achieving turnover
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  • Vet Aquadent® awarded Brand of the Year in 2017 - 2018 by the World Branding Awards



    Virbac is delighted to announce that Vet Aquadent has been awarded the 2017 - 2018 Brand of the Year within the pet water additive category by the World Branding Awards.

    Developed by vets, Vet Aquadent is a palatable solution used in daily drinking water to inhibit plaque build-up. Vet Aquadent acts in the mouth with a gentle anti-plaque action, freshening breath at the same time.

    With 70% of cats and 80% of dogs suffering oral problems by the age of three,
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  • Pioneering vets use groundbreaking heart procedure to save French Bulldog puppy



    Pioneering cardiologists at Davies Veterinary Specialists have used a groundbreaking heart procedure to save the life of a French Bulldog puppy. The four-month-old bitch was diagnosed with severe and deteriorating pulmonic stenosis. A conventional balloon valvuloplasty had failed so Davies Cardiology Specialist Pedro Oliveira and his team opted to implant a metal stent across the pulmonic valve. It is thought to be the first case treated in the UK with this technique.

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  • BEVA launches Fundamentals Programme to support new equine vets

    BEVA launches Fundamentals Programme to support new equine vets



    The British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA) has launched an Equine Practice Fundamentals Programme. The series of ten courses covers the essentials of equine care to equip those who are keen to establish themselves in equine practice with the essential skills they need to carry out their day job.

    BEVA has a history of running hugely popular practical equine CPD for recent graduates but was aware, from both younger members and their employers, that there were some
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  • Survey highlights dental disease in UK horses

    Survey highlights dental disease in UK horses



    Zoetis UK today announced that results from the latest National Equine Health Survey show that dental disease is a significant problem for horses in the UK. Of the horses included in the survey 5.4% were suffering from trouble with their teeth and dental disease was the sixth most frequently recorded individual disease syndrome in the survey.1

    The results suggest horses in the UK commonly have dental abnormalities and reiterate the importance of raising awareness of equine
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