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Coronavirus disease (Covid-19) – updates for the veterinary profession Listing Image
Consider all options before castrating young rams, say vets Listing Image

Consider all options before castrating young rams, say vets

26 Feb 2020

To help improve animal welfare standards for sheep, leading vets recommend that castration of ram lambs should only be carried out when there are no suitable alternatives available and that a close working relationship between vets and farmers is key in decision making on procedures such as castration and tail docking.

BVA rolls out suite of resources to help vets across the UK report suspected illegal pet import cases Listing Image
Part-time work wanted as nearly half of vet students say they can’t make ends meet Listing Image
Veterinary leaders issue rallying call for colleagues to #BeKind Listing Image
New immigration rules leave a big question mark for vets, says BVA Listing Image
New president steps up to take on dual BVA NI and NIVA role Listing Image

New president steps up to take on dual BVA NI and NIVA role

13 Feb 2020

The Northern Ireland Branch of the British Veterinary Association and the North of Ireland Veterinary Association (NIVA) have jointly welcomed a new President during their shared annual general meeting, held at the Dunadry Hotel in Antrim, last night.

Vets warn of ‘surge in demand’ for certification services after Michael Gove confirms requirement for post-Brexit import checks Listing Image
The UK’s pet rabbits are lonely hearts looking for companionship, say vets Listing Image
Vets issue advice following widespread reports of dogs struck by vomiting bug Listing Image
Work with us to keep workforce capacity and welfare standards high in post-Brexit UK, vets urge Government Listing Image
The European veterinary profession remains united Listing Image
Vets issue urgent pet safety advice as cold snap hits UK Listing Image
Voting opens for new BVA Regional Representatives Listing Image
BVA welcomes study revealing hip and elbow screening improves long-term dog health Listing Image
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