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  • BVRA conducts the first survey of veterinary receptionists salary and benefits


    The British Veterinary Receptionist Association (BVRA) recently polled its members as part of its first salary and benefits survey.* It has found that most receptionists love their job but many are dissatisfied over levels of pay.

    The results show that veterinary receptionists generally rate their job satisfaction as ‘high’, with 9% even claiming their job is ‘brilliant’. Their main sources of dissatisfaction however are pay, followed by requests for longer breaks and a desire
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  • New Trial Results Prove MSD Animal Health’s Equilis® Prequenza Delivers Optimal Protection from Equine Influenza



    New comparative efficacy trial results prove that MSD Animal Health’s Equilis® Prequenza offers highly significant protection against viral shedding and the clinical signs of equine influenza (EI).

    Current OIE recommendations are to include a representative strain from each of the two sublineages of equine influenza virus (EIV) - Florida Clade 1 and Florida Clade 2, to deliver optimum protection. The study1by MSD Animal Health Equine was designed to evaluate the efficacy...
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  • Significance in canine leishmaniosis highlighted at leading dermatology congress

    This week, at the 30th European College of Veterinary Dermatology (ECVD) Congress, Bayer, alongside a leading parasitologist, has highlighted the importance of preventing canine leishmaniosis, given its spread across South America and Southern Europe.1

    The annual ECVD congress, held this year in Dubrovnic, brings together specialist dermatologists and veterinarians from across the globe to discuss the latest developments in the field. The opening topic of the congress focussed on the
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  • Virbac Announces Extended 3 Year Duration of Immunity for FeLV Vaccines

    Virbac Announces Extended 3 Year Duration of Immunity for FeLV Vaccines



    Virbac is delighted to announce that an extended duration of immunity has been granted by the European Medicines Agency for the feline leukaemia component of both Leucogen and Leucofeligen vaccines.

    As a result of this extended duration of immunity, following the primary course and first annual booster, the FeLV component is only required every 3 years.Annual boosters against feline rhinotracheitis calicivirus and panleucopenia can be provided during the intermediate
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  • Ceva launches ADAPTIL® TV advertising campaign in the run up to the fireworks season



    Ceva Animal Health has launched a month-long TV advertising campaign for its leading veterinary behaviour product,ADAPTIL®, in the run up to the fireworks season.

    Running throughout October, the campaign will raise awareness among dog owners of how ADAPTIL Calm can help dogs cope during the fireworks and Christmas party season.

    The advertisement will feature the real-life story of Finley, the Spaniel, and his owners. Finley was really nervous and terrified
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  • Colin George

    Colin George



    The Veterinary Marketing Association is very sad to advise that Colin George, former Secretary and latterly Honorary Member of the association, passed away on Friday 14thSeptember 2018.

    Jane Manning current chair of the VMA says: “Colin retired from his role as Secretary in January 2017 due to ill health. He was passionate about the VMA and was a huge supporter of the organisation, serving for many years and often working well beyond the call of duty. His warmth and enthusiasm
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  • Malaysian Veterinarian’s Commitment to Raising Standards Leads to WSAVA 2018 Award for Global Meritorious Service



    Dr Amilan Sivagurunathan, a past President of the Malaysian Small Animal Veterinary Association (MSAVA) and architect of the highly successful 2016 Federation of Asian Small Animal Veterinary Association (FASAVA) Congress in Malaysia, has received the 2018 World Small Animal Veterinary Association’s Award for Global Meritorious Service. The Award was made in recognition of his contribution to small animal practice in Malaysia through increasing continuing education (CE), raising...
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  • WSAVA Targets Welfare with Release of First Global Guidelines for Companion Animal Practitioners


    Pictured: Incoming WSAVA President Dr Shane Ryan

    The World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) has highlighted the key role of veterinarians as advocates for animal welfare with the launch of its Animal Welfare Global Guidelines for Companion Animal Practitioners and the Veterinary Team.

    The Guidelines, launched during WSAVA World Congress 2018 in Singapore, aim to bridge differing perceptions of welfare around the world and help veterinarians to tackle
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  • BSAVA calls for GPs to submit clinical abstracts at Congress 2019

    BSAVA calls for GPs to submit clinical abstracts at Congress 2019

    BSAVA hopes to break the record for clinical abstract presentations at Congress 2019, and urges the whole profession to consider applying.

    Clinical abstracts can be on any veterinary subject – such as announcing the preliminary results of a new study, describing interesting cases or discussing new techniques – and you could share your research with over 6,000 members of the profession at the four-day event in Birmingham in April 2019.

    122 abstracts were presented at Congress
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  • BSAVA launches new Musculoskeletal Disorders manual

    BSAVA launches new Musculoskeletal Disorders manual



    The BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Musculoskeletal Disorders has been extensively revised and updated under the direction of a new editorial team.

    Given the considerable evolution in the diagnosis, understanding and treatment options for many orthopaedic disorders, this second edition includes the investigation of lameness, including the use of force plates and kinematics, the current understanding of elbow dysplasia and the wide array of available treatment options,
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