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  • Vet group help local charities for community day

    Vet group help local charities for community day


    Vets4Pets colleagues painting Buckhurst Park Community Centre's classroom

    Swindon-based veterinary group Vets4Pets, has donated more than 380 hours to support a number of Wiltshire charities.

    Colleagues from Vets4Pets Support Office lent 64 pairs of helping hands to seven local good causes, including Swindon Women’s Aid, South Marston Parish Council and Uplands Educational Trust. The support is the first of the veterinary group’s ‘Community Days’, with ten more colleagues
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  • Hop on over to the Jurox stand at LVS (stand S30)!

    Hop on over to the Jurox stand at LVS (stand S30)!


    Pictured: Jo Hedley


    Hop on over to the Jurox (UK) Limited stand (stand S30) at the London Vet Show (LVS) to hear more about the company’s popular anaesthetic for cats and dogs, Alfaxan®, which is now licensed for pet rabbits.

    Jurox takes great pride in its investment in educational initiatives to help raise anaesthesia and analgesia standards in veterinary practices throughout the UK and as well as on-stand competitions and giveaways, Jurox will also be launching
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  • UK Veterinarian Elected to WSAVA Executive Board

    UK Veterinarian Elected to WSAVA Executive Board



    Emeritus Professor Michael J. Day BSc BVMS (Hons) PhD DSc DiplECVP FASM FRCPath FRCVS has been elected to the Executive Board of the World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA). During his one-year term of office, which commenced in September 2017, he will be mentored by the WSAVA’s current Honorary Treasurer, Dutch veterinarian Ellen van Nierop, to become a nominee for the position of Honorary Treasurer in 2018.

    Michael Day is a Past President of the British Small
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  • Senior hire and new Glasgow office puts PPS on the map in Scotland

    Senior hire and new Glasgow office puts PPS on the map in Scotland


    Pictured: Garry Donnelly & Dr Paul Jackson

    Professional Practice Services (PPS), specialist financial adviser to the veterinary profession, is delighted to announce that it has opened a new office in Glasgow.

    Underpinning this development is the hire of Garry Donnelly to head up the business in Scotland. Garry is a Chartered Financial Planner with extensive experience in the financial services industry – having previously been Financial Planning Director of Wren
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  • Vetsure Buying group adds its support to FIVP

    Vetsure Buying group adds its support to FIVP


    Pictured: Dr Ashley Gray, MD of Vetsure

    The Federation of Independent Veterinary Practices (FIVP) is pleased to announce that leading buying group Vetsure has become one of its sponsors.

    FIVP is grateful for the support it receives from its industry partners and is keen to work with companies supporting the independent sector. Vetsure’s commitment to the independent practice through their buying group services makes it an ideal partner for FIVP member practices....
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  • BSAVA adds Emergency and Critical Care to free PDP Resource Bank

    BSAVA adds Emergency and Critical Care to free PDP Resource Bank




    The first Emergency and Critical Care (ECC) learning resources have been added to a free online CPD bank run by the British Small Animal Veterinary Association (BSAVA).

    New subject areas include emergency planning, traffic accidents, excessive bleeding, seizures, poisonings, choking and breathing problems, caesareans, GDV and abdominal emergencies, and pain assessment and management.

    ECC is the first element of the new Practical and Clinical Skills
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  • Uninsured older pets to benefit from Agria’s third Age Amnesty

    Uninsured older pets to benefit from Agria’s third Age Amnesty

    AGRIA 1100 Age Amnesty A4 Poster'17 AW AVP156A4.pdf
    Do you have clients with older, uninsured cats and dogs? From 13th November to 31st December, Agria Pet Insurance is making lifetime insurance available to pets of any age, giving owners reassurance from the protection of pet insurance.

    A significant problem with treating older pets without insurance are the limitations this can place on the treatment options that can be offered. Yet, due to the age cap most insurers place on...
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    Last edited by Jeremy; 31-10-2017, 03:21 PM.

  • Team Agria blasts through Brittany for charity

    Team Agria blasts through Brittany for charity


    Huge congratulations to all 14 members of Team Agria who made it to the 510-mile Extra Mile Challenge finish line!

    The tough three-day challenge saw the Agria cyclists ride in relay across the French route for their four chosen charities; Dogs for Good in Association with Stocklake Park School (MASKS), Hearing Dogs for Deaf People, Medical Detection Dogs and Pets as Therapy. This is the 5th year Agria has entered teams into the event, and with four Agria teams taking part, 2017
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  • Knowledge is key to reducing pet poisoning cases

    Knowledge is key to reducing pet poisoning cases



    As the summer cases of adder bites and slug pellet poisoning tail off, they are quickly replaced with cases linked to the autumn and winter months.
    Alerting clients to the specific dangers present at certain times of year is crucial in helping owners to keep their pets away from what might appear innocuous substances that actually present a very real risk. In addition, should a case of poisoning come through your doors, having immediate knowledge to provide the right care, whatever
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    Last edited by Jeremy; 31-10-2017, 03:27 PM.

  • Complete Allergy Toolkit & Service to Launch at LVS

    Complete Allergy Toolkit & Service to Launch at LVS


    A complete Allergy Toolkit with a fresh, client focused approach for systematically ruling out the common causes of pruritus in dogs and cats, is to be launched at the London Vet Show (16-17 November).

    Avacta Animal Health says it has developed the SENSITEST® Allergy Toolkit to help practitioners provide a complete client service, including additional tests that fully complement its well established SENSITEST® environmental and food allergy testing.

    Hayley Booth,
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