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My journey to vet school – how taking a year out can set the right foundations Listing Image
Bee the change: Veterinary practices taking the lead in protecting honeybees  Listing Image
#BreedtoBreathe: 10-point plan for veterinary practices Listing Image

#BreedtoBreathe: 10-point plan for veterinary practices

06 Feb 2020 | Hayley Atkin | Education

We know that vets and vet nurses improve the welfare of many brachycephalic dogs on a day-to-day basis through the diagnosis and treatment of problems linked to brachycephaly. To support the profession to take wider action, we’ve developed the #BreedtoBreathe 10-point plan for veterinary practices.

BVA position on health and disease monitoring - one year on Listing Image
10 tips for managing stress at vet school Listing Image
British Veterinary LGBT: Matt's story Listing Image
Considering the wider determinants of welfare – a comprehensive approach to the welfare of livestock during transport Listing Image
How to survive a no deal Brexit: a guide for vets Listing Image

How to survive a no deal Brexit: a guide for vets

05 Feb 2019 | Sally Burnell | Education

The news headlines are filled with reports of organisations ramping up their preparations for the UK to leave the EU on 29 March without a deal. While the future remains unclear, BVA has developed an 8-point plan of practical steps to help vets prepare themselves and their clients for a no deal Brexit.

CHS month: So, your client has been sold a pup? Listing Image
The perils of throwing sticks for your dog Listing Image
CHS month: Button the Bernese, living with elbow dysplasia Listing Image
Stricter legislation needed to tackle illegal puppy imports Listing Image
The workforce crisis part 4 - Why the focus on gender? Listing Image
CHS month: Crossbreeds and non-breeding dogs can benefit too Listing Image
Dog bite injuries and One Health Listing Image

Dog bite injuries and One Health

09 Jan 2019 | Christopher J. Mannion | Education

Christopher J. Mannion, a Consultant and Clinical Associate Professor at Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, reflects on his ‘One Health’ journey and explains how he discovered the concept through his work on dog bite injuries, and why it is so important to his work.

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