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  • New FELIWAY marketing pack to help owners ‘spot signs of stress’ in cats



    Recent research1by Ceva Animal Health, manufacturer of the leading veterinary behaviour product, FELIWAY, has revealed that 88% of pet owners have cats that show signs of stress which include hiding away, urine marking, scratching, over grooming and conflict within multi-cat households.

    With this in mind, Ceva has launched an eye-catching marketing pack to remind pet owners about the signs of stress in cats and ask them ‘Is your cat trying to tell you something?’. The
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  • Virbac launches Canergy- Because growing old doesn’t mean the fun has to stop



    Due to better healthcare, dogs are now living longer than they ever have before. However, this increase in age can mean that dogs face certain physiological changes which can affect their energy levels, alertness and their willingness to engage.

    ‘Growing old should not have to be a barrier to enjoying life, so we are delighted to be able to add Canergy® to the Virbac portfolio ‘said Canergy® Product Manager Claire Lewis.

    Canergy® is a beef flavoured, easy
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  • Partners come together for National Conference

    Partners come together for National Conference



    Hundreds of people attended this year’s Pets at Home Vet Group’s annual National Partner Conference, as the group celebrated continued growth and officially welcomed new CEO Andrei Balta.

    The two-day event took place in Manchester, with more than 285 joint venture partners and practice managers, from Vets4Pets and Companion Care practices, joined by colleagues from the Support Office and 35 exhibitors, including MSD Animal Health, Bayer and Boehringer Ingelheim.
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  • Radiology specialists expand offering at Fitzpatrick Referrals Oncology and Soft Tissue


    (L-R: Audrey Belmudes and Audrey Petite form the Fitzpatrick Referrals Radiology Team)

    Fitzpatrick Referrals has expanded its Oncology and Soft Tissue Hospital with the appointment of Audrey Belmudes, who joins Audrey Petite forming the new radiology team. Together, they will collaborate with the radiographers in diagnostic imaging to provide CT, ultrasound and fluoroscopic imaging and guide the best treatment plan for oncologic cases.

    Audrey Petite has worked
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  • Dancing wellies at the ready for VETFest™ Live Party Night

    Dancing wellies at the ready for VETFest™ Live Party Night


    8th& 9thJune 2018 at Loseley Park, Surrey

    View the VET Festival 2017 highlights video on YouTube


    In the midst of the Surrey countryside on Friday 8thJune, VETFest™ Live Party Night is back for another year and is a cause for celebration for all VET Festival delegates, and their friends and families, with live music, street food and drinks in an ultimate festival experience.

    Renowned for their musical mashups and unique arrangements, Madhenare set
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  • Ceva launches new ADAPTIL® range

    Ceva launches new ADAPTIL® range



    Ceva Animal Health has re-branded its leading veterinary behaviour portfolio with the launch of a new ADAPTIL® range featuring eye-catching packaging to clearly explain the benefits of each product to dog owners.

    Consisting of ADAPTIL® Calm Home Diffuser (previously known as the ADAPTIL®Diffuser), ADAPTIL® Calm On-the-Go Collar (previously known as the ADAPTIL®Collar), ADAPTIL® Transport (previously known as ADAPTIL® Spray) and ADAPTIL®Express (previously known as AD
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  • Survey Reveals Horse Owners Are Still Struggling with Worm Control

    Survey Reveals Horse Owners Are Still Struggling with Worm Control



    Zoetis Inc. today announced that results from the latest National Equine Health Survey (NEHS) show that some horse owners are still not up to speed with best worming practice. More than a third of survey respondents don’t carry out faecal worm egg counts (FWECs) at all, while of those that do only 25% do so at the right intervals.1

    NEHS is a snapshot survey, conducted by Blue Cross in conjunction with the British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA) during the month of
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  • Zoetis Equip® Artervac Vaccine Back in Stock

    Zoetis Equip® Artervac Vaccine Back in Stock

    Zoetis Inc. today announced that its Equine Viral Arteritis (EVA) vaccine Equip Artervac is back in stock.

    Zoetis had previously warned that Equip Artervac would be out of stock from the end of November 2017 until mid-2018. The prompt re-availability of the vaccine means that many vaccinated stallions and teasers should be able to receive their six-monthly booster dose within the normal designated timeframe.

    Equip Artervac is a part of the Zoetis Equip range of vaccines.
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  • Is your practice GDPR ready? GDPR webinar by expert law firm now available to view on the Boehringer Academy



    Boehringer Ingelheim has launched a new webinar on its Boehringer Academy CPD portal - www.boehringer-academy.co.uk- to educate veterinary professionals on the implications of GDPR to their veterinary practices.

    Entitled ‘GDPR: information for veterinary practices’the informative webinar is presented by Alex Denoon, a life sciences lawyer at leading specialist business law firm, Marriott Harrison LLP. The online seminar covers the basics of GDPR (General Data Protection
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  • New senior research from SPILLERS® shows even healthy older horses have increased insulin responses




    New research, conducted in collaboration with SPILLERS® shows that even healthy older horses have increased insulin responses, compared to younger horses, in response to a starch rich or starch and sugar rich meal. This suggests that older horses, whether or not they have been diagnosed with insulin dysregulation, need an appropriate diet and management plan to help minimise the risks associated with insulin dysregulation such as laminitis.

    Insulin is a hormone
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