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Search for 2022 BVA Young Vet of the Year launched today Listing Image

Search for 2022 BVA Young Vet of the Year launched today

12 May 2022

The British Veterinary Association (BVA) has begun the hunt for this year’s BVA Young Vet of the Year Award to find an early career vet who has already made a difference and positive contribution to the veterinary profession.

Vets welcome Queen’s Speech commitment to prioritise animal welfare in next parliamentary session Listing Image
BVA calls on animal owners to ‘think before they type’ as statistics show 1 in 2 vets exposed to online abuse Listing Image
“If in doubt, don’t go out”- dog owners urged to rethink walks during hot weather Listing Image
Vets say government decision to delay import checks requirement by up to 18 months “flies in the face of common sense”  Listing Image
Vets call on government to put animal welfare laws top of the agenda in next parliamentary session Listing Image
New Bill to ban public use of inhumane glue traps welcomed by BVA Listing Image
BVA raises disease alarm over delay to post-Brexit import checks Listing Image

BVA raises disease alarm over delay to post-Brexit import checks

22 Apr 2022

Commenting on reports that the Prime Minister has indicated that post-Brexit checks on food imports from the EU to Great Britain are to be delayed for a fourth time, the British Veterinary Association has reiterated a stark warning over disease threats.

Debate the big issues facing the veterinary profession at new BVA Live sessions Listing Image
Creative talent and artistic flair of vets revealed as BVA announces the winners of the Veterinary Photographer of the Year competition Listing Image
Be a good egg and hide Easter chocs from your pets, vets warn Listing Image
Pledges for animals, vets and public health launched by vets in Northern Ireland ahead of the Northern Ireland Assembly elections Listing Image
The pets which mean so much: veterinary professionals share stories of animals which have left pawprints on their heart during National Pet Month  Listing Image

The pets which mean so much: veterinary professionals share stories of animals which have left pawprints on their heart during National Pet Month

31 Mar 2022

As research shows four out of five vets (81%) have at least one pet in their household, and to kick off National Pet Month, the British Veterinary Association (BVA) is encouraging veterinary professionals to share photos and stories of the pets who inspired them to become vets, who made their childhoods special or helped to make them a better vet.

Vets warn that further delays to EU import checks could “wreak havoc for disease prevention” Listing Image
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