UK dog owners are being warned to keep Easter treats away from pets after figures released today from the British Veterinary Association (BVA) revealed that over half of UK vets (54%) had treated at least one case of chocolate poisoning over Easter 2014.
To help vets starting out in practice or returning from a career break BVA has again teamed up with the Royal Veterinary College, this time offering BVA members a 25% discount on a selection of RVC Webinar Plus CPD courses.
Vet Futures will be hitting the road over April, May and June with a series of regional events.
A survey carried out by the British Veterinary Association has identified the top six factors that vets believe would impact dogs’ health and welfare.
The British Veterinary Association (BVA) today welcomed the decision by the Council of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) to permit veterinary surgeons in the UK to use the courtesy title ‘Doctor’.
To support veterinary employers, employees and farmers to achieve better safety when working together on farms BVA has produced guidance to help all parties understand their share of legal responsibility.
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Over half of UK vets treated pets for chocolate poisoning last Easter http://t.co/JD1g506xBT #vetvoice
27 Mar at 12:01
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