British Veterinary Association President, Sean Wensley, comments on news reports that badger culls are to be carried out in five new areas of England in a bid to control bovine TB.
The British Veterinary Association (BVA) has partnered with Legal Recoveries and Collections Ltd (LRC) to offer its members preferential rates on debt recovery services.
As findings from BVA’s latest Voice of the Veterinary Profession survey show that lameness is the number one welfare concern for almost 70% of production animal vets, BVA launches a practical course that will support mixed and farm veterinary practitioners who treat lame dairy cows in tackling this complex and costly problem.
Following the EU referendum result (24 June), BVA wrote to the Secretary of State and to Environment Ministers in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland requesting an early statement to the effect that non-British EU veterinary surgeons and veterinary nurses who are currently living, studying or working in the UK will continue to be able to do so in future.
As holiday season begins BVA are asking owners to make sure their dog is as travel ready as they are if they plan to take their pet abroad this summer.
Following the release of new research data by Niels Pedersen from the Centre of Companion Animal Health, University of California, into breed health of the English bulldog, BVA has issued a statement
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24 Aug at 19:30
Our #VetCPD looks at how to tackle the costly & complex problem of dairy foot health https://t.co/0j0rhPZG9k https://t.co/RmWfbnvYUt
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This @DogsTrust video shows how just under 20 minutes in a hot car can prove fatal to a dog https://t.co/PULFkBAiCz #DogsDieinHotCars
24 Aug at 14:10
Great to see so many vets in the top 100 influencers on #animalwelfare – including our Pres @SeanWensley https://t.co/fuFbIdtsa1
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