With precautions against Avian Influenza further strengthened last week and reports of Schmallenberg Virus cases across the country, the anniversary of the devastating 2001 Foot and Mouth outbreak (19 February) offers a timely reminder that a robust surveillance system is vital to the health of UK livestock says the British Veterinary Association (BVA).
BVA is asking romantics to give hugs, not pugs to loved ones this Valentine’s Day, after cards and Valentine’s merchandise with pictures of the controversial breed have been found covering shelves in shops throughout the UK.
BVA and BVPA's response to the government’s plans, announced on 8 February, to update the temporary measures currently in place until 28 February to contain the spread of Avian Influenza in England.
BVA and BVNA’s new campaign encourages everyone within the veterinary family, the general public and governments across the UK to show their support for the veterinary team
At BVA's annual London Dinner, the BVA President says that recognising and retaining the vital roles of vets play across animal health, animal welfare and public health is pivotal to securing successful outcomes from Brexit
Defra announces new legislation around animal establishment licensing in England, following consultation with BVA, BSAVA, BVZS and other stakeholders
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Have you seen our new #VetView film on the importance of responsible dog ownership and breeding?… https://t.co/JqjbdCzjNt
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Spaces are still available on our anaesthesia & analgesia for farm animals in the field #VetCPD course… https://t.co/go7O4nfDjy
20 Feb at 18:30
Listen again to SVP @SeanWensley discuss the health problems of celeb favoured dogs on the radio last week… https://t.co/mSupaKuv4T
20 Feb at 14:40
Want to know more about #birdflu? JVP @JohnCFishwick
latest blog gives a vet update on the disease… https://t.co/CMJ6wyPKqv
20 Feb at 13:15
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