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  • VisioCare TV and why you need it in your Practice Waiting Room

    VisioCare TV and why you need it in your Practice Waiting Room


    If our first reveal on VisioCare TV didn’t quite convince you, we’d like to tell you a bit more about how well this service can fit in with any Veterinary Practice waiting room environment, and how it can complement the visual communication tool VisioCare Consult. We’ve also looked at other waiting room TV options as a comparison. First impressions count VisioCare TV software has an expansive library of topical and standard but essential content – the animated messages follow...
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  • New edition of the BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Head, Neck and Thoracic Surgery available now

    The British Small Animal Veterinary Association (BSAVA) has released the second edition of its essential book, the BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Head, Neck and Thoracic Surgery. The original editorial team of Daniel Brockman and David Holt welcomed Gert ter Haar to produce a highly practical manual that should be in every veterinary library.

    The new edition considers the substantial progress that has been made in this important field, including the challenges of treating airway
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  • New Distance Learning Small Animal Medicine Programme from Improve International


    A screenshot from the new programme

    Veterinary CPD specialist Improve Internationalwill launch a Distance Learning version of one of its most popular Postgraduate Certificate (PgC) programmes, Small Animal Medicine, in January 2019.

    The company says that the comprehensive 20 module medicine programme, covering all of the major body systems of cats and dog, combines the latest thinking in small animal medicine with its world-class learning resources to ensure that
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  • Ceva launches cardiology roadshow

    Ceva launches cardiology roadshow



    Ceva Animal Health has launched a cardiology roadshow to help educate veterinary professionals on cardiology and increase their confidence when dealing with cardiology cases.

    The ‘Cardio Roadshow’CPD meetings will be presented by leading UK cardiology experts including Adrian Boswood, Mike Martin and Emily Dutton and will feature up-to-date information on each topic together with case-based discussions and Q&A sessions.

    Each event kicks off with a complimentary
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  • Laura Muir joins Simplyhealth Professionals at London Vet Show

    Laura Muir joins Simplyhealth Professionals at London Vet Show


    GB athlete and veterinary surgeon, Laura Muir will be joining Simplyhealth Professionals on its stand (K58) at London Vet Show on Friday afternoon. The company is also providing a speciality coffee station.

    Delegates are invited to visit the stand for a coffee and a chat. Laura will be available from 2.30 pm to 4.30 pm on Friday for photo opportunities or to answer questions about her amazing achievements, maintaining wellbeing and how she has balanced her studies and career
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  • Research reveals new data on deadly dog disease

    Research reveals new data on deadly dog disease

    Vets have taken a further step into understanding the deadly dog disease Alabama Rot, but have warned that identifying the exact cause and potentially finding a cure, will take more time.

    The research, undertaken by the Royal Veterinary College and Anderson Moores Veterinary Specialists, revealed almost 95% of confirmed cases of Alabama Rot, clinically known as CRGV (Cutaneous Renal and Glomerular Vasculopathy), have occurred between November and May.

    It also found most
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  • Horse industry applauds success of NEHS Survey which saw Blue Cross join up with other charities and sector leads for equine health



    In its eighth and final year the annual National Equine Health Survey (NEHS) has confirmed its importance as an accurate tracker of endemic equine disease in the UK. The results of the 2018 survey remain consistent with previous survey results, providing a clear sense of what continues to affect the health of British horses year on year, helping equine specialists to benchmark and educate on current and predicted equine health priorities.

    Pioneered by national pet charity,
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  • Get ‘hands-on’ and tailor language to engage dog owners in canine osteoarthritis (OA) cases, encourages RCVS specialist



    Veterinary communications consultant, Zoe Belshaw, has called on vets to involve owners in the examination process and management of their dog’s OA. By encouraging owners to feel the physical impact of osteoarthritis in their dog and helping them to take ownership of their dog’s management plan, vets could see better engagement and more uptake of their recommendations.

    Elanco Animal Health, maker of Onsior™, has created a film in collaboration with Zoe Belshaw, an RCVS...
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  • Pets at Home Group Plc: Executive Management Team changes

    Pets at Home Group Plc: Executive Management Team changes

    Pets at Home, the UK’s leading pet care business, is pleased to announce the appointment of Robert Kent as Group Chief Data Officer. Andrei Balta, Chief Executive Officer of the Vet Group, will leave the business.

    Peter Pritchard, Group Chief Executive Officer, commented: “It is six months since I took over the role of Group CEO and trading momentum continues right across the business. I am taking the time to assess our strategy and develop the plan that will ensure Pets at Home remains
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  • World Rabies Day marked at WSAVA World Congress 2018 with Expert Discussion on Managing the Disease in Asia


    (left to right): Dr Sarah Jayme, Dr Ronello Abila, Jean-Christophe Thibault (Boehringer Ingelheim), Emeritus Professor Michael Day, Dr Joy Santos, Dr Nalinika Obeysekere and Professor Sanipa Suradhat

    The role of the ‘vaccinated dog as a soldier in the fight against rabies’ in Asia was a key theme of two keynote lectures organized by Boehringer Ingelheim and a roundtable discussion hosted by the World Small Animal Veterinary Associationto mark World Rabies Day, Friday 28 September,...
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