Comic Relief has apologised over the use of a brachycephalic breed in its campaign merchandise this year, following a letter sent by BVA.
BVA has expressed concern following the announcement by the Veterinary Medicines Directorate (VMD) regarding the reclassification of Zolvix, an anthelmintic for sheep, from POM-V to a POM-VPS.
Responding to The Times's report on brachycephalic breeds' health problems, BVA President writes a letter to the editor emphasising the issue as a top welfare concern for BVA members
BVA's latest survey shows three in four vets see dogs injured by stick throwing antics
Following the media coverage on the case of fox hounds at a Buckinghamshire kennels contracting bovine TB, BVA have issued a statement.
The results of the Food Standards Association (FSA) risk assessment on MRSA and LA-MRSA showing a low risk of transmission to UK consumers has been welcomed by BVA.
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