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Jun
15

Renate Weller, President of the British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA), responds

by Weller, R.

BEVA shares both Ronald Jones’ recognition of the importance of a good vet-farrier relationship and the client’s recognition that good communication is likely to provide the best chance of a positive outcome.We have worked hard in recent years to fos...

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Jun
15

Attainment achieved from internships

by Barfield, D., Adamantos, S.

Internships are increasingly offered in private and academic practice in the UK. However, there is limited understanding of what is attained by veterinary surgeons undertaking these programmes. Understanding the current attainments will allow the dev...

VetRecord
Jun
15

Vets and farriers

by Jones, R. S.

I read with considerable interest the article by a client on her views on the relationship between veterinary surgeons and farriers (VR, 13 April 2019, vol 184, p 486).During my tenure as chairman of the Farriers Registration Council I was very aware...

VetRecord
Jun
15

Selected highlights from other journals

Assessing the prevalence of equine dental disease in the UKH. E. Nuttall, P. J. RavenhillThe Veterinary Journal (2019) 246, 98–102doi: 10.1016/j.tvjl.2019.02.005• What did the research find?The prevalence of periodontal disease, diastemata and periph...

VetRecord
Jun
15

Potential role of wildlife in the USA in the event of a foot-and-mouth disease virus incursion

by Brown, V. R., Bevins, S. N.

Foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) is caused by foot-and-mouth disease virus (FMDV) which affects domestic and wild cloven-hoofed species. The FMD-free status of the USA and the tremendous economic impact of a virus incursion motivated the development of t...

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