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  • £50 from Agria Pet Insurance for clients to spend in your practice

    £50 from Agria Pet Insurance for clients to spend in your practice


    Did you know that almost half* of the UK’s pet owners buy a gift for their pet on Valentine’s Day? And why not? We are a nation of pet lovers after all - we have a reputation to maintain!

    But while that heart-shaped toy may not make it through a week, this spring, along with insurance that lasts a lifetime, Agria Pet Insurance is offering an extra gift that owners can give to show their pets they really care.

    With every lifetime policy taken out between 1st February
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  • The breathtaking price of beauty : Battersea performs more surgeries than ever before to help flat-faced dogs breathe


    With their big eyes, snub noses and compact size it’s no wonder that flat-faced breeds, such as French Bulldogs and Pugs, are a favourite with celebrities and public alike – but their Disneyesque looks come at a breath-taking price.

    Their flat faces mean these dogs have been bred to have short, obstructed airways and they often need major, or even lifesaving surgery just to be able to breathe. New statistics released today show that in 2018, Battersea Dogs & Cats Home performed
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  • Experts to enlighten on fitness and behaviour National Equine Forum

    Experts to enlighten on fitness and behaviour National Equine Forum


    The latest knowledge and know how on horse and rider fitness and equine stereotypical behaviours will be shared by scientific, veterinary and educational experts at the forthcoming National Equine Forum, to be held in London on 7th March 2019.
    Fitness has a direct bearing on performance, whatever the equestrian discipline. The three-part practical and educational session on horse and rider fitness will commence with Dr David Marlin independent scientific consultant looking...
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  • SPILLERS® donates £3,038 to help feed Redwings’ seniors this winter

    SPILLERS® donates £3,038 to help feed Redwings’ seniors this winter


    SPILLERS® has donated £3,038 to Redwings Horse Sanctuary to help them feed their senior horses and ponies over the winter. They made the generous gift by contributing 30p for every promotional bag of their new SPILLERS® Senior Complete Care Mix, SPILLERS® Senior Super-Mash and SPILLERS® Supple + Senior Balancer sold during the launch period of the new products at the end of last year.
    Nicola Jarvis, Head Vet at Redwings Horse Sanctuary said: “This lovely donation is the...
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  • Improve International Launches in the Nordic Region

    Improve International Launches in the Nordic Region



    Global veterinary training company Improve International has expanded its operations into the Nordic region – Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden – and announced its first independent modular training programmes and short courses. They will commence in May 2019 at IVC Group’s International Vet Academy in Copenhagen, Denmark.

    Improve first entered the Nordic region in 2009 in partnership with veterinary group Evidensia and, following a positive response to its approach...
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  • Insightful and entertaining two days at the VMG SPVS Congress 2019

    Insightful and entertaining two days at the VMG SPVS Congress 2019


    A record number of delegates attended for the two days of the VMG and SPVS Congress 2019, held at Celtic Manor, Newport from 24– 26 January 2019.

    Congress was opened by Kate Richardson-Walsh, who led the GB Hockey Team to Gold at the 2016 Rio Olympics. Leadership and Culture proved to be a popular theme with packed lectures on this topic on the Friday. Delegates also enjoyed sessions on Customer Care and Communications and advice for those who are New to Management.
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  • Legal firm MS Rubric reports record growth

    Legal firm MS Rubric reports record growth


    Solicitor firm, MS Rubric, specialist in the agricultural and veterinary sectors, has announced record growth during 2018. Turnover as a whole increased on the previous year and as a result of significant experience in the veterinary sector, the company was able to complete on veterinary sales with a value in excess of £100 million in 2018. In 2019, the legal team will continue to represent the interests of independents wishing to sell and also support those who intend to remain independent...
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  • Vet practice helping make vet dreams come true

    Vet practice helping make vet dreams come true


    A vet practice in Stockport is doing its part to support the next generation of veterinary professionals, by funding one of its client care advisor dreams of becoming a vet.

    Joint venture partners at Vets4Pets Stockport, Kobus Rautenbach and Sharon Blundell, are providing their colleague, Dan Jones, with an annual bursary for his five-year course at the University of Liverpool Vet School.

    Dan started at Vet School in September, with the bursary providing vital financial
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  • CPD is a Family Affair at VET Festival 2019

    CPD is a Family Affair at VET Festival 2019


    A unique ‘Family Hub’ tent in which delegates can watch key lectures via a livestream while their children play is a new feature at this year’s VET Festival. It is a response to delegate feedback and aims to ensure that parent-delegates can participate fully in the cutting-edge learning on offer while still remaining with their children. A variety of activities including dressing up, arts and crafts and reading will be provided for children, together with a soft play area for small children...
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  • Praise for The Webinar Vet as thousands attend world’s largest virtual veterinary congress


    The Webinar Vet’s 7th Virtual Congress took place on 18th, 19th and 20th January. With over 6000 delegates and over 50 speakers, comprising over 60 hours of content, it was easily one of the largest ever online gatherings of vets. All the recordings will be available on The Webinar Vet website for those who missed the live event.

    The congress has drawn praise for the free opening session conducted by the Mind Matters Initiative, an RCVS funded programme that seeks to help vets
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