• 25/09/2019
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    IVC Evidensia Sponsors FECAVA Student Travel Scholarship

    IVC Evidensia Sponsors FECAVA Student Travel Scholarship

    IVC Evidensia has recently agreed to sponsor a scholarship scheme that is run by the Federation of European Companion Animal Veterinary Association (FECAVA). IVC Evidensia will sponsor 10 students through the Student Travel Scholarship scheme, each year for the next two years. The scholarship gives students, in their final two years of university, the unique

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    • 22/09/2019
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    FECAVA Symposium on Canine Vector-Borne Diseases

    FECAVA Symposium on Canine Vector-Borne Diseases

    FECAVA Symposium on Canine Vector-Borne Diseases was held on the second day of FECAVA EuroCongress in St Petersburg on September 5, 2019. Luigi Venco DVM, SCPA, EVPC from Italy lectured about Heartworm – from diagnosis to therapy and about Angiostrongylus vasorum – unsuspecting killer. Gad Baneth, DVM, Ph.D. Dipl. ECVCP from Israel presented an update on

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    • 21/09/2019
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    Update from FECAVA partner organization EPRUMA

    Update from FECAVA partner organization EPRUMA

    EPRUMA The European Platform for the Responsible Use of Medicines in Animals was established in 2005 and works to promote the responsible use of medicine in animals in the EU. Their partners, one of which is FECAVA, include European organisations representing veterinarians, farmers, manufacturers of animal medicines and diagnostics, feed manufacturers and animal care professionals,

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    • 17/09/2019
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    Dutch prohibition of the breeding of dogs with too short muzzles

    Dutch prohibition of the breeding of dogs with too short muzzles

    The Dutch government accepted the law in 2014, which prohibits the breeding of about 20 short-snouted dog breeds, as defined by the system of head measurement, using traffic light colors classification. According to this criterion, only dogs with the length of a muzzle at least a third of the head are allowed to breed. The

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