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British Veterinary Association responds to Government announcement on Bovine TB

BVA has welcomed the announcement from Defra that farmers with herds in the Edge Area of England who have managed to stay clear of bovine TB for at least six years will be able to revert to annual, rather than six-monthly, testing.


BVA responds to Farm Inspection and Regulation Review

BVA has responded to a review which looks to introduce a more ‘enforcing and enabling approach’ to national farming regulation after the UK leaves the EU.


Shortage of Isoflurane

Zoetis has informed the Veterinary Medicines Directorate (VMD) of a supply issue due to a mechanical issue on the production line at a third-party manufacturing facility.


Nominations now open for 2019 BVA Junior Vice President

BVA is calling for nominations for a 2019/20 Junior Vice President with all veterinary surgeons invited to self-nominate or nominate a fellow BVA member with their consent.


Time to confine trampolining Boxers and flying pugs to advertising history books

The UK’s leading veterinary organisations say it’s time to address the irresponsible depiction of our furry friends across all forms of advertising to tackle the concerning normalisation of poor animal health and welfare


BVA response to BBC Watchdog discussion on costs of veterinary medicines

On Wednesday 28 November BBC Watchdog explored the topic of veterinary medicines, comparing the costs of buying directly from a veterinary practice with those of buying online.

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