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  • FEI launches new online equine influenza webinars for equine vets and horse owners


    The FEI has further demonstrated its commitment to bring up-to-date equine health information to equine vets and horse owners with the launch of its new online videos on the topic of equine influenza - Equine influenza for equine vets and Equine Influenza: a horse owner’s guide.

    The online guides are hosted on FEI Campus, the FEI’s free of charge and cutting-edge e-learning platform, which is set to become the virtual reference point for education within the FEI and the equestrian...
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  • BSAVA publishes new canine and feline dentistry and oral surgery manual

    BSAVA publishes new canine and feline dentistry and oral surgery manual


    The BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Dentistry and Oral Surgery has been fully revised and updated to include the most relevant, evidence-based, step-by-step operative techniques, and full-colour illustrations and photographs.

    Alexander Reiter and Margherita Gracis formed the new editorial team and selected an international collection of authors that are known leaders and experienced professionals in their fields of expertise to contribute to this latest edition.

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  • Anaesthetist Carl Bradbrook encourages practices to use safety checklists


    Jurox (UK) Ltd, manufacturer of the anaesthetic Alfaxan®, has collaborated with leading anaesthesia specialist, Carl BradbrookBVSc CertVA DipECVAA MRCVS, on its latest ‘Anaesthesia1ST’ online newsletter.

    The collaboration sees Carl’s article ‘Are you using a safety checklist in your practice?’, focusing on the benefits of introducing a safety checklist in practice to reduce patient morbidity, mortality and to improve communication between members of the veterinary team.
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  • Vetstream and BEVA Announce Partnership

    Vetstream and BEVA Announce Partnership


    Veterinary digital content specialist Vetstream and the British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA) have announced a partnership which will offer BEVA members discounted access to Vetstream’s Vetlexicon information services on clinical care and practice management. Vetstream will also promote BEVA and the support it offers to vets in involved in equine work, as well as supporting the important work being carried out by the BEVA Trust.

    Vetstream specialises in the provision of...
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  • Equissage Pulse helps 13yr old Behansin the Giraffe remain on top of the world.


    Team Equissage was delighted to see on Channel 5’s “Big Week at the Zoo” aired on 21st Aug, that the Equissage Pulse hand held unit is still making a huge contribution to keeping Behansin, the 13year old Giraffe who is the resident herd leader at Yorkshire Wildlife Park, on top form.

    Physio problems are fairly common in older giraffes, and in animals that can weigh up to a tonne, there is a lot of weight on their frame. In 2016 Behansin developed some shoulder problems which
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  • ROYAL CANIN® to host free feline ageing webinar

    ROYAL CANIN® to host free feline ageing webinar


    ROYAL CANIN is addressing the subject of feline ageing in a new webinar; ‘extending healthy life in your feline patients’. Held on Tuesday 16th October, the webinar is now open for registrations.

    The webinar will be led by Nathalie Dowgray, lead researcher at the recently launched Feline Healthy Ageing Clinic. An ambitious long-term study, the Clinic researches the many factors associated with ageing to ultimately work towards improving quality of life for ageing patients.
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  • Davies Becomes First Veterinary iiE Champion

    Davies Becomes First Veterinary iiE Champion


    Davies Veterinary Specialists (Davies) is the first veterinary practice to have achieved accreditation from Investors in the Environment (iiE). The Hertfordshire-based referral practice has been awarded Silver accreditation for ‘making an excellent start to implementing an effective environmental management system’ and for ‘positioning itself as a green leader in its sector.’ Davies is now working towards iiE’s top level Green accreditation, with a primary focus on sustainability, and plans...
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  • Molly Varga set to give talk on a common emergency at London Vet Show

    Molly Varga set to give talk on a common emergency at London Vet Show


    Gut stasis in the rabbit needs to be treated as an emergency, yet it’s also a very common presentation. RCVS Recognised Specialist in Zoo and Wildlife medicine and Head of the Exotics Service at Rutland House Veterinary Referrals, Dr Molly Varga BVetMed DZooMed MRCVS, will be delivering a talk on the topic at London Vet Show on 15th November.

    Molly will focus on the two part approach needed to support these patients – the gut stasis needs to be treated and as the rabbit recovers,
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  • Lintbells gets excited about calming at BVNA Congress

    Lintbells gets excited about calming at BVNA Congress


    Following on from the launch of YuCALM Cat, Lintbells, the premium natural supplements manufacturer, is making calming the focus on its stand D17 at the BVNA Congress.

    The newest addition to the Lintbells portfolio is proving very popular, prompting Lintbells to conclude that cat owners are becoming increasingly aware of the signs that their cat is experiencing stress, as well as welcoming the idea of using a natural and affordable product that can help to manage this.
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  • Farriers making every contact count to support horse owners in preventing laminitis


    Farriers need to work closely with horse owners to spot the subtle signs of the painful condition laminitis, a new study in Equine Veterinary Journalreports.

    During this unique study researchers from the University of Surrey’s School of Psychology and School of Veterinary Medicine conducted in-depth interviews with farriers and horse owners to understand how their relationship and their approach to equine care can help prevent laminitis.

    Laminitis...
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