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  • RCVS news: Hertfordshire-based veterinary surgeon removed from Register following sexual assault conviction

    The Disciplinary Committee of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) has directed that a veterinary surgeon be removed from the Register after he was convicted of sexual assault and jailed for 18 months.

    The hearing for Dr Jamie...
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  • RSPCA response to Conservative manifesto

    RSPCA response to Conservative manifesto

    RSPCA Chief Executive Chris Sherwood said: “We welcome the publication of the Conservative Party manifesto - and a commitment to bring back some animal welfare policies abandoned in the previous Parliament. We very much hope that whoever forms...
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  • NOAH Launches Animal Health Manifesto Ahead of 2024 General Election

    NOAH Launches Animal Health Manifesto Ahead of 2024 General Election

    NOAH, the National Office of Animal Health, is proud to announce the launch of its comprehensive Animal Health Manifesto ahead of the 2024 General Election. This manifesto outlines key policy pledges aimed at improving animal health and welfare across...
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  • RCVS news: Council members approve permanent private prosecution protocol and new registration appeals committee

    At its Thursday 6 June meeting, the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) Council, the organisation’s governing body, met at the Birmingham Hilton Metropole, where the meeting was being held to coincide with BVA Live, which took place at...
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  • Prestigious industry award for ndsr hospital director

    Prestigious industry award for ndsr hospital director

    A hospital director at a leading Surrey animal hospital has received a highly respected veterinary award for his pioneering oncology research.

    Gerry Polton, an RCVS and European specialist in veterinary oncology at North Downs Specialist...
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    Last edited by Dawn Prime; 11-06-2024, 05:54 AM.

  • Vetsure events urge independent practices to think differently for future success

    Vetsure events urge independent practices to think differently for future success

    Two sell-out CPD events organised by Vetsure called on practice principals and managers to collaborate and innovate to find opportunities in the face of the challenges being experienced by the sector, including the recent review from the Competition...
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  • EVJ embraces advances in equine reproduction with special focus edition

    EVJ embraces advances in equine reproduction with special focus edition

    The practice of equine reproduction is evolving rapidly. Advances have been driven by a combination of increasing integration of assisted reproductive technologies (ARTs) and novel diagnostic and therapeutic modalities to investigate or resolve sub-fertility....
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  • Select from NVS launch breakthrough toxin binder for complete peace of mind

    Select from NVS launch breakthrough toxin binder for complete peace of mind

    Select from NVS is extending its range of animal healthcare products with the launch of DuoTox, a broad-spectrum adsorbent for use following the ingestion of unwanted substances in dogs and cats. Duotox is the first binder to include both Activated Charcoal...
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  • New machine significantly reduces plastic and cardboard packaging in CVS’ Animed online retail arm

    CVS has introduced a new packing machine at its Animed online retail fulfilment centre to reduce the amount of packaging it uses when mailing food, supplements and accessories to its customers.

    It is expected to save nearly 160,000 single...
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  • New study finds risk factors for gingivitis in cats

    New study finds risk factors for gingivitis in cats

    Gingivitis risk increases in cats fed a wet food diet, cats with orange coats, cats that don’t hunt prey, and cats reported to dribble whilst being stroked at age six months, according to new research.

    Gingivitis is the first and only...
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