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Vets welcome consultations on new steps to tackle bovine TB

BVA has welcomed today’s announcement that Defra will consult on further steps to help tackle bovine TB as part of the Government’s strategy to beat the disease.


Zoonotic infections "threaten us like never before", world-leading doctor to tell vets

Zoonotic infections threaten us like never before and a One Health, multidisciplinary approach - linking human, animal and environmental health - is needed to tackle the problem, world-leading expert Professor Tom Solomon will tell vets in September.


BVA welcomes decision to retain ‘vital’ Omagh veterinary laboratory

BVA and the BVA Northern Ireland Branch have welcomed the decision of the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development and the Agri-Food & Biosciences Institute to retain a Veterinary Diagnostic Unit in Omagh, Co Tyrone.


All creatures great and snarl? Two thirds of vets injured by pets in the last year

BVA is urging veterinary teams and pet owners to work together to improve safety in surgeries as new figures reveal that two-thirds (64%) of small animal vets have been injured in the course of their work in the last year.


BVA and BEVA join forces for equine programme at London Vet Show

The British Veterinary Association has partnered with the British Equine Veterinary Association to host an equine programme at this year’s London Vet Show.


Koi herpesvirus disease confirmed in West Yorkshire

Koi herpesvirus (KHV) disease has been confirmed in carp (Cyprinus carpio) at Kippax Polo Pond, West Yorkshire.

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