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  • WSAVA Vaccination Guidelines Group Project Continues in Latin America

    WSAVA Vaccination Guidelines Group Project Continues in Latin America


    The World Small Animal Veterinary Association’s(WSAVA’s) Vaccination Guidelines Group (VGG) has concluded a series of meetings and CE sessions in Brazil as it hits the half-way mark in its three-year project to enhance levels of understanding of infectious diseases across Latin America and to advise veterinarians on ‘best practice’ in vaccination.

    The VGG visit to Brazil, which took place during August 2017, was centred in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. Committee members, including
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  • CVS Team Scale Pen y Fan to Raise Funds for Blue Cross

    CVS Team Scale Pen y Fan to Raise Funds for Blue Cross


    A team of CVS managers from the south west of the UK scaled Pen y Fan on 30 August to raise funds for Blue Cross.The mountain, located in the Brecon Beacons, is the highest peak in the south of the UK.To add some fun to their challenge, the team wore safari animal costumes during the climb which took three and a half hours to complete.They have so far raised more than £500 with donations still coming in.

    The CVS South West and South Wales Hub Regional Team, led by Commercial
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  • Supreme aims to keep rabbits hoppy

    Supreme aims to keep rabbits hoppy


    At London Vet Show this year Supreme Petfoods is sponsoring two lectures about improving clinical outcomes for rabbits. RCVS Specialist, Molly Varga, is giving a talk entitled Hoppily ever after – managing long term mobility disorders in rabbits. RVN and Director of Lagolearn, Jo Hinde’s talk is Many Hoppy Returns: nursing rabbits with chronic mobility issues. Both talks will take place on Thursday 16th November in Gallery Suite 17 at 1 pm and 3 pm respectively.

    Claire Hamblion,
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  • Lintbells shows how Vet Nurses can help 1 in 10, at BVNA Congress

    Lintbells shows how Vet Nurses can help 1 in 10, at BVNA Congress


    Lintbells is on stand D18 at BVNA Congress this year and the company has lots on offer to make life in practice that much easier. The company is also highlighting how vet nurses can help pets and people in one in ten households in their area. There will be a fun competition with an £250 Secret Escapes holiday voucher to win and news of a fantastic campaign to run in practice through to the end of the year.

    Gemma Cunningham, YuCALM Product Executive says the opinions of veterinary
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  • Regans Vets Links up with Manchester Charity to Provide care to Vulnerable Dogs


    The Regan Veterinary Group in Manchester has teamed up with homeless charity Lifeshare in an initiative to provide care to dogs owned by homeless and vulnerable people in Manchester and Salford. Vet Dr Victoria Cole joined the Lifeshare team during its weekly Breakfast Project on Sunday 27 August in north Manchester to carry out health checks on dogs, give advice and provide anti-parasite treatments. Going forward, the practice intends to offer ‘doggy wellbeing clinics’ on a quarterly
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  • BSAVA unveils programme highlights for Congress 2018

    BSAVA unveils programme highlights for Congress 2018


    BSAVA has expanded its 2018 Congress programme to include more than 450 lectures from world-renowned speakers, a new ‘Beyond the Clinics’ personal development stream, and more practical, wet lab and small group sessions.

    The four-day event, which takes two years to plan, is the largest in Europe dedicated to the provision of small animal veterinary CPD, and hopes to top the almost 50,000 hours of CPD delivered in 2017.

    New stream announced
    Alongside the...
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  • CVS Delivers on ‘Complete Care’ for Pets with the Launch of Premium MiPet Cover Insurance Range


    In line with its vision of offering clients ‘complete care’ for their pets, CVS has unveiled MiPet Cover, a range of premium insurance products for dogs and cats which was launched to clients in its small animal surgeries and online the UK during August 2017. MiPet Cover offers a comprehensive suite of insurance solutions for dogs and cats, including the premium ‘lifetime’ care offer.

    MiPet Cover has been developed using feedback from CVS vets and veterinary team members who
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  • ‘I do’ bring pets to the big day

    ‘I do’ bring pets to the big day


    New research reveals one in 10 Brits give their beloved pets a central role on their wedding day and almost a quarter of these would choose their horse


    Getting married is one of the most life-changing moments people experience, so it stands to reason that people choose to spend it with their nearest and dearest. But many Brits will have noticed a subtle change in the wedding pictures peppering their social feeds of late: alongside the bonny brides and gorgeous grooms are esteemed...
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  • Send a Cow charity provides further training for African farmers with generous donation from XLVets



    International development charity, Send a Cow, benefitted recently from a generous donation of £10,000 from veterinary group, XLVets, raised at their AGM in June. The 57 independently-owned vet practices came together for an auction of promises, raising £20,000, of which Send a Cow has received half. The other half was donated to veterinary mental health charity, Vetlife.

    Send a Cow will use the money in conjunction with XLVets to help farmers in some of the poorest parts
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  • Specialists Join Highcroft Veterinary Group

    Specialists Join Highcroft Veterinary Group


    Three new referral clinicians have joined Highcroft Veterinary Referrals, one of the UK’s leading multi-disciplinary referral practices, which offers expert and specialist care for cats, dogs, rabbits and exotic pets across the south west of England. They are:

    Dr Sabela Atencia DVM MVM Dip-ECVIM CA MRCVS
    Dr Atencia, an internal medicine specialist, holds the European Diploma in Small Animal Internal Medicine. During her research for her Masters degree on muscular dystrophy...
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