• 08/06/2020
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    Focus on our Digital Future Virtual Summit, 23 June 2020

    Focus on our Digital Future Virtual Summit, 23 June 2020

    Have you been catapulted into telemedicine as a result of the COVID 19 Crisis? A full day of online seminars, discussion and interaction is planned by UK based Society for Practicing Veterinary Surgeons (SPVS) and the Veterinary Management Group (VMG) to improve your knowledge and skills. One of the streams, dedicated to telemedicine, will offer

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    • 07/06/2020
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    UEVP/FVE General Assembly online

    UEVP/FVE General Assembly online

    Instead of in London, UEVP/FVE bi-annual meeting was held online in the last two days with Ann Criel, FECAVA Honorary Secretary, Danny Holmes, FECAVA Vice President and Ulrike Tewes, FECAVA Office Manager, presenting the FECAVA. Nearly 100 participants from 40 European countries discussed the COVID-19 situation, One Health and sustainability, animal welfare, telemedicine, career development,

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    • 01/06/2020
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    In the Netherlands, brachycephalic dogs need veterinary approval for breeding

    In the Netherlands, brachycephalic dogs need veterinary approval for breeding

    In March 2019, the report with enforcement criteria for the breeding of brachycephalic dogs was published by the Dutch Ministry of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality. The Dutch Kennel Club ‘Raad van Beheer’ together with the breeding clubs of the involved breeds, submitted a breeding strategy of the brachycephalic dogs that were proven free of

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    • 25/05/2020
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    Radiographic findings have an association with weight-bearing and locomotion in English bulldogs

    Radiographic findings have an association with weight-bearing and locomotion in English bulldogs

    Researchers from Finland have published a paper on skeletal problems and the effect of these problems on locomotion and function of English bulldogs. They reported a considerable number of dogs having hip and elbow dysplasia, patellar luxation and spinal abnormalities (78.6% of the dogs had at least one malformed vertebra). In contrast to previously reported

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