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Sep
29

Fears for ‘Bugsy Alone’ – 1 in 5 vets concerned about lonely pet rabbits

A recent British Veterinary Association (BVA) survey shows that 1 in 5 British vets are concerned about rabbits kept as pets. A recent British Veterinary Association (BVA) survey shows that 1 in 5 British vets are concerned about rabbits kept as pets.

Sep
29

Thousands of unregulated pet adverts causing misery for consumers and pets alike

Animal organisations call on responsible consumers to report bad ads to websites

Sep
25

Vets receive awards celebrating achievements at British Veterinary Association’s Members’ Day

A number of awards were made to vets at the British Veterinary Association’s (BVA) Members’ Day in Manchester today. These included awards for outstanding contributions to veterinary science and services to the profession, contributions to veterinary services in developing countries, travel awards for veterinary students and recent graduates, and contributions to BVA Council.

Sep
25

Merseyside vet becomes Junior Vice President of the British Veterinary Association

Charity veterinary surgeon Sean Wensley has been elected Junior Vice President of the BVA for 2014/2015.

Sep
25

Shropshire vet becomes President of the British Veterinary Association

Farm animal and equine veterinary surgeon John Blackwell has been elected President of the BVA for 2014/2015.

Sep
25

Vets must build on trust for the future, says outgoing BVA President

Vets must maintain trust in a changing and cynical world is the message from outgoing BVA President Robin Hargreaves.

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