Join us on this clinical CPD course to learn how to reduce risks of anaesthesia in rabbits, small mammals, reptiles, birds and fish.
Covering topics including pet insurance, antibiotics and vaccinations, our guides aim to promote responsible pet ownership - the theme of this year's National Pet Month.
Ahead of next month’s national elections on 5 May, we've launched 3 manifestos calling for action on animal health and welfare in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
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#Biosecurity: stopping disease in Wales" - branch Pres @patonneil1 on how a little dirt can carry a lot of disease https://t.co/KhGXwPBDE4
28 Apr at 19:10
Should we keep primates as pets asked tonight's @BBCTheOneShow - @Alan_Measles doesn't think so, we agree! https://t.co/XaIEx8R1Ha
28 Apr at 18:48
'Fingers on the shutters - from Vet life to the animals around us, our photography competition wants your entries! https://t.co/x3BVLvKlmY
28 Apr at 17:55
BVA’s biggest ever survey gives a voice to vets on #WorldVeterinaryDay https://t.co/JgBnMRjwXl https://t.co/btFeV8HoG9
28 Apr at 15:21
As farmgate beef prices collapse towards a five year low, industry experts remain perplexed as to which direction producers are left to steer their businesses. The grave reality is that even the most efficient producers have limited capacity to affect the UK beef price, already cast in a gloomy shadow of global market turbulence, oversupply and stalling UK consumer demand, confounded by currency exchange rates and the odd food safety scandal!
Now that I’ve reached the milestone of 50 years as a practising vet, I’ve decided to challenge myself by doing a sponsored cycle from my hometown of Norfolk to Cape Town, South Africa, to raise funds for Animal Welfare Foundation (AWF).
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