Following the EU referendum, BVA is urging UK governments to protect the status of EU veterinary surgeons and veterinary nurses who are currently living and working in the UK.
In June 2016, the UK voted to leave the European Union which will impact on many areas of interest to the veterinary profession. Our overriding aim is to ensure the best possible outcome for veterinary science, animal health and welfare and public health.
While many people think rabbits are easy to look after and ideal pets for children, rabbits have complex needs.
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As summer inches ever closer, the majority of vet students will be starting to prepare for several months of EMS placements. No doubt many of you will have to explain to family and ‘non-vet’ friends that, contrary to popular belief, you will not be enjoying a 3-month long, work and care free summer of exotic travel. Instead you will be working hard and most likely not being paid a penny!
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