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FOR too long our nation has been blind to the real impact of extreme dog breeding. That is perfectly illustrated by Albert – the French bulldog used in an advertising campaign to promote this week's Red Nose Day.
Incoming BSAVA President John Chitty wants to build firm foundations for the future of veterinary science, with a vision of holistic support for the whole profession to increase enjoyment of their vocation, as the mantel is passed on by Susan Dawson at the BSAVA Congress AGM.
A judge has handed down the longest jail term in RSPCA
prosecution history after a man admitted a number of animal welfare and
fraud offences relating to the selling of dogs.
WSAVA/FECAVA Social Program
The WSAVA/FECAVA 2017 social program will offer participants an exceptional and diverse social experience that will provide the opportunity to mix, mingle and connect with your colleagues from all over the world.
The World Veterinary Day 2017 Award will be given to the veterinary association who will best promote the theme “Antimicrobial resistance - from awareness to action”.Start planning your events and participate! http://www.worldvet.org/news.php?item=320
Two in five (44%) vets cannot reunite missing or stray dogs with their owners due to incorrect information on the microchip database reveals the British Veterinary Association (BVA) one year on from the introduction of compulsory microchipping for dogs in England, Scotland and Wales (6 April 2016).BVA's Voice of the Veterinary Profession survey found that seven and 10 vets believe that the majority of dogs they see in practice have now been microchipped, in line with the new legislation. However, a microchipped dog that has out of date contact details on the microchipping database means it is very difficult for vets to reunite them with their owners.Read more