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  • SPILLERS® shares research at International Symposium

    SPILLERS® shares research at International Symposium



    SPILLERS®, through its work with the WALTHAM® Equine Studies Group, is continuing to make significant strides to help advance our knowledge and understanding of numerous aspects of equine health. At the beginning of June collaborators presented six important research papers at the biennial Equine Science Symposium (ESS) In Asheville, North Carolina , US.

    “While our understanding of the science behind equine conditions such as laminitis, equine metabolic syndrome, insulin
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  • New Yeson UK autoclave steriliser range set to disrupt the market

    New Yeson UK autoclave steriliser range set to disrupt the market



    Yeson UK have launched a game-changing range of high pressure steam sterilisation autoclaves at prices as yet unseen in the veterinary practice sector. With Vets under increasing pressure to acquire more patients and manage costs, the range is likely to generate a lot of interest.

    The Yeson UK autoclave range performance matches that of the leading brands and delivers consistently reliable sterilisation at a much lower price point than the market has seen before, offering
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  • Royal Canin to host webinar exploring how changing your pet’s diet might be the solution to Pruritus



    Experts in nutrition, Royal Canin will be hosting a webinar on Tuesday 23rd July exploring pruritus; its causes and how to manage it.

    Parasites, infections or allergic skin disease are all potential causes, requiring careful identification to ensure successful treatment. Sarah Warren (BVetMed MSc (Clin. Onc.) CertVD MRCVS) will be leading the webinar; Pruritus - Why blaming the food isn’t a solution but changing it might be! A key opinion leader, Sarah regularly presents
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  • Battersea receives prestigious queen’s award for voluntary service

    Battersea receives prestigious queen’s award for voluntary service



    A group of dedicated volunteers at Battersea Dogs & Cats Home have today been named as a recipient of the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service, the highest award a voluntary group can receive in the UK.
    Volunteers from the leading animal welfare charity are to receive the prestigious award in recognition of the outstanding work they do in the local community by regularly visiting the retired servicemen and women at the Royal Hospital Chelsea. Volunteers started visiting the
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  • Royal Canin set to unveil new Dermatology range at Vet Festival

    Royal Canin set to unveil new Dermatology range at Vet Festival



    Royal Canin, experts in science-based health nutrition are set to roll out their next territory launch within the new Veterinary Health Nutrition range at this year’s Vet Festival.

    Held at Loseley Park in Surrey from the 7th - 8th June, the event will give delegates the opportunity to preview Royal Canin’s new Dermatology diets at their dedicated stand, the Dermatological Chill Zone – which will include a preview of the new range and the opportunity to learn more about
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  • Senior vet attends patient safety conference

    Senior vet attends patient safety conference


    Vet and human healthcare professionals were recently joined by experts from the maritime and aviation industries to discuss and share knowledge about the contributions of human factors to patient safety.

    The event was organised by the Royal Society of Medicine in association with VetLed and MedLed, and among the veterinary professionals attending and speaking was Dr Huw Stacey, director of clinical services at Vets4Pets.

    Dr Stacey looked at how...
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  • Vets at iCARE give Selective Naturals high fibre treats the thumbs up…

    Vets at iCARE give Selective Naturals high fibre treats the thumbs up…



    Supreme Petfoods presented its new Selective Naturals treats to veterinary professionals at this year’s iCARE conference in London. Now in its fourth year, iCARE provides multiple streams covering all topics for exotic, wildlife and zoo species.

    Vets and RVNs estimate that around 30% of UK pet rabbits are overweight or obese and delegates at the conference were keen to see foods that are high fibre with no added sugar, given their concerns about rising levels of obesity
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  • Landmark Summit sets agenda for continuous quality improvement in veterinary care

    More than 50 leaders from across the veterinary landscape and beyond came together on 16 May at RCVS Knowledge’s National Summit for Supporting Quality Improvement in Veterinary Care 2019, an event designed to set the future course for continuous quality improvement (QI) in the industry.

    The event at London’s County Hall saw veterinary surgeons, veterinary nurses, practice managers, students, educators and policymakers in associated fields generate a wide range of ideas for practical
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  • The Official Veterinarian Conference 2019

    The Official Veterinarian Conference 2019

    The OV Conference is the only event dedicated to the Official Veterinarian. There are three conference streams dedicated to Small Animal, Large Animal and Equine OV's, with each lecture delivered by a subject expert. Across the two days, visitors will be able to hear key updates concerning the future of the profession from organisations including the APHA and Defra....
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  • Nominations open for NEF Sir Colin Spedding Award

    Nominations open for NEF Sir Colin Spedding Award



    Nominations are now being invited for the NEF Sir Colin Spedding Award 2020; if you know an exceptional but as yet unrecognised individual or organisation within the equine sector now is the time to give them the chance to shine.

    Since it was introduced the Sir Colin Spedding Award has become one of the most respected annual awards within UK equestrianism. Any individual or organisation from any equestrian field is eligible, as long as their outstanding qualities have
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    Two pretty much identical jobs: same area of the country, similar role responsibilities, similar remuneration, similar business size and structures. Yet,...
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  • Why do some veterinary practices have no issues with recruitment?
    Two pretty much identical jobs: same area of the country, similar role responsibilities, similar remuneration, similar business size and structures. Yet, one ad receives 4 quality applicants and the other receives none. Why?

    Both veterinary practices have clear plans for the future and are investing in their current teams and business to ensure provision of a quality service for clients. Both practices could be a great place to work. However, one of these practices has a reputation as a good employer, the other has none. We don’t mean a bad reputation, simply no reputation- people haven’t heard of them.

    This was something I would encounter on a weekly basis when working in the defence recruitment sector and it is a very real problem within the veterinary profession. When we discuss marketing within the business, the tendency is to focus our efforts on the client and that is important. However, the scarce resource within the vet profession is not clients, it is employees.

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  • Exciting programme on offer for VetsNorth 2019
    Organised by 5m publishing, the VetsNorth conference and exhibition will be taking place this year on 12-13 June at the Manchester Metropolitan University Business School.

    The two-day programme offers in-depth lecture content focused on key areas within small animal medicine and surgery, as well as a stream dedicated to emergency and critical care nursing. Compared to much larger scale events, VetsNorth offers a relaxed setting with plenty of opportunity for visitors to engage with world-renowned speakers and discuss any concerns or queries they may have relating to many areas of practice.

    Don't miss out on a fantastic opportunity to engage with industry experts and hear the latest insight from across the veterinary profession.
    Book your one or two-day ticket at www.vetsnorth.com

    We hope to see you there!
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