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  • Cat Season - My cat is pregnant! what do I do?

    Cat Season - My cat is pregnant! what do I do?


    Agria’s online guide to coping with an unexpected cat pregnancy
    It’s a startling fact that 78% of cat pregnancies are unplanned, a situation that leaves many owners unsure about how to best look after their cat and her litter during this unexpected time.

    To reassure owners of how to give their cat and her kittens the right care throughout pregnancy and birth, Agria Pet Insurance, supported by Your Cat magazine, has created an online guide covering what to expect and what
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  • Hallmarq Veterinary Imaging appoints Commercial Director

    Hallmarq Veterinary Imaging appoints Commercial Director


    Kirsti Gordon with her horse Bran

    Hallmarq Veterinary Imaging has appointed Kirsti Gordon to the role of Commercial Director. The position is a new one for Hallmarq and Kirsti’s role will be to drive growth and deliver value for customers across the Hallmarq portfolio of diagnostic imaging products which includes equine standing MRI, the PetVet small animal MRI and distribution of Toshiba CT scanners.

    Kirsti brings a great deal of experience in the medical field
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  • Stunning ‘Street Cats’ photography competition winners announced

    Stunning ‘Street Cats’ photography competition winners announced


    The overall winning picture by Catan Ngan from Hong Kong

    International Cat Care (iCatCare) is delighted to announced the winners of its 2017 ‘Street Cats’ photography competition which will feature in the charity’s 2018 calendar.

    Congratulations go to the following photographers: Jonas Chan (Hong Kong), Mei Catherall (UK), Chi Keung Wong (Hong Kong), Rachel Hunter (UK), Catan Ngan (Hong Kong), Seyed Mohammad Fallah Firouzkouhi (UK), Christine Lam Ying Loi (Hong
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  • Ceva’s new carprofen, CARPRODYL QUADRI

    Ceva’s new carprofen, CARPRODYL QUADRI



    Ceva Animal Health has launched a new carprofen, CARPRODYL QUADRI, for the reduction of inflammation and pain caused by musculo-skeletal disorders and degenerative joint disease and for the management of post-operative pain.*

    CARPRODYL QUADRI is a pork-flavoured, four-way break tablet, available in two presentations of 50mg and 120mg. Each tablet offers four dosage strengths which allows you to prescribe more accurately for a dog’s weight with fewer boxes on the shelves.
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  • Zoetis Helps improve welfare of More Than 500 Horses As Part Of Equine Healthcare Project



    Zoetis Inc. today announced that it has helped more than 500 horses by providing worming advice as part of a UK equine healthcare and castration project. Organised by the British Horse Society (BHS) and with vets provided by the British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA), the project targets horses recognised by Welfare Officers as needing help.

    Members of the Zoetis UK equine team joined volunteers from The BHS, BEVA and a number of equine welfare charities to attend
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  • New BEVA Medicines Guidance

    New BEVA Medicines Guidance



    BEVA has revamped its online medicines guidance resource to help members to negotiate the intricacies of prescribing equine medicines and to use the Cascade accurately.

    Compliance with equine medicines legislation is complicated. It involves the challenges of food production, equine passport and essential medicines legislation as well as the prescribing Cascade, VMD guidance and the RCVS practice standards scheme. The online guidance now includes:
    • BEVA client
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  • Ceva launches new spironolactone, PRILACTONE NEXT

    Ceva launches new spironolactone, PRILACTONE NEXT


    Ceva Animal Health has launched a new and improved spironolactone, PRILACTONE NEXT, for the treatment of congestive heart failure caused by degenerative mitral valve disease in dogs.

    PRILACTONE
    NEXT is replacing the popular spironolactone products PRILACTONE and TEMPORA which will be discontinued, and joins Ceva’s extensive cardiology range which also includes CARDALIS, LIBEO and NELIO

    PRILACTONE NEXT is available in three presentations of 10mg, 50mg and 100mg....
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  • Boehringer launches online MVD Murmur quiz

    Boehringer launches online MVD Murmur quiz



    Boehringer Ingelheim, manufacturer of Vetmedin has launched a Meaningful MVD Murmur online quiz which enables vets to test their knowledge and hone their skills to detect correctly when a mitral valve murmur is clinically significant in dogs.

    Hosted on the Boehringer Academy website - www.boehringer-academy.co.uk - the three-minute quiz will enable veterinary professionals to listen to 15 murmurs and decide whether each one is clinically significant or not. After they
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  • Dr Mark Peterson recognised for his outstanding contributions to feline medicine



    Every year the International Society of Feline Medicine (ISFM) and Hill’s Pet Nutrition jointly make an award to an individual who has made outstanding contributions to advancing our understanding and management of feline disease.

    This year the award was presented to Dr Mark Peterson at the ISFM World Feline Veterinary Congress in Brighton, where Dr Peterson was also the keynote endocrinology speaker.

    Dr Peterson is very well known for his clinical work, clinical
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  • Training-Progress Awards Team for Training Efforts

    Training-Progress Awards Team for Training Efforts



    The heatwave in June provided a sticky back drop to The Park Vet Group’s recent AGM. The Leicester based veterinary group came together to celebrate the success and achievements of the staff over the last year and to plan for the future.
    A number of awards, sponsored by Training-Progress, were handed out on the night. These awards recognised the efforts of team members in the development and running of their in-house training programme.

    Park Vet Group are using
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