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Vets urge vigilance after Bluetongue-positive animals imported to England and Scotland

BVA and BVA specialist divisions respond to the announcement that a number of cattle have tested positive for Bluetongue in England and Scotland.


325% rise in veterinary certifications needed for trade post-Brexit

BVA's submission to the EfraCom trade inquiry highlights the potential shortage of vets needed to certify the export and import of animal and agricultural products post-Brexit.


Training day for new Vet Futures student ambassadors

The Association of Veterinary Students (AVS) held the first training day for its new Vet Futures Student Ambassadors last Thursday.


Post-Brexit cooperation essential for animal health and welfare, says BVA

Continued cooperation to ensure the unique relationships, structures and movements that straddle the Northern Ireland/Republic of Ireland border was the focus of the British Veterinary Association's annual Northern Ireland dinner in Stormont


BVA urges Government to turn Brexit farm animal welfare priorities into promises

BVA comments on the Government's official response to the House of Lords Brexit: Farm Animal Welfare report, which was published earlier in the year.


Vets ask pet owners to start fireworks prep early

Ahead of this year's fireworks season, BVA issues advice for owners to help keep pets safe and well.

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