BVA has called for the four-year culls of badgers in West Somerset and West Gloucestershire to be completed using the ‘tried and tested’ method of cage trapping and shooting only.
With less than a year to go before the microchipping of dogs in England, Scotland and Wales becomes mandatory, vets across the country are getting set to help dog owners prepare for the new regulations.
As forecasters predict we are heading for a Spring heatwave, vets are warning that pets can struggle as the temperature rises. Dog owners should take extra care to keep their pets healthy and happy in the sunshine and contact their veterinary practice immediately if they are concerned.
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.
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BVA is calling for change to badger culling method in Somerset & Gloucestershire and wider roll out of cull http://t.co/d4R4wg3E2T
17 Apr at 19:56
Year-to-go to compulsory microchipping of dogs with @RCVS_UK and @bvnauk http://t.co/ZpJwh8R8NM
16 Apr at 16:12
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