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BVA announces new Board Chairman

BVA is pleased to announce Philip Lowndes MRCVS as its new Board Chairman.


Vets report rise in Easter chocolate poisoning

Dog owners are being warned to keep chocolate treats away from their pets this Easter as new figures from BVA reveal two in three vets treated at least one case of chocolate poisoning last Easter.


What’s up Doc?

New findings reveal that the answer to Bugs Bunny's well-known catchphrase "What's up Doc?" might have been "Stop eating the carrot!" as 85% of vets have serious concerns about rabbits' health due to the wrong food, according to a BVA survey.


Keep microchip database details up to date, before it’s too late

Two in five (44%) vets cannot reunite stray dogs with their owners due to incorrect information on the microchip database reveals the British Veterinary Association one year on from the introduction of compulsory microchipping for dogs in England, Scotland and Wales (6 April 2016).


Are we killing our pets with kindness?

Recognising when a pet is overweight is the top issue vets and vet nurses wish UK pet owners knew about their animals, according to new findings released for National Pet Month (April).


Comic Relief t-shirts: flat-faced dogs, no laughing matter

Comic Relief has apologised over the use of a brachycephalic breed in its campaign merchandise this year, following a letter sent by BVA.

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