• 22/03/2019
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    Germany’s experts in small mammal medicine

    Germany’s experts in small mammal medicine

    The German Veterinary Society (DVG) is the scientific society of veterinary medicine. Its purpose is to promote veterinary science – especially for young people – and to prepare and communicate these research findings so that veterinarians working in professional practice can use them for themselves and their patients. As the popularity of rabbits, rodents, small

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    • 22/03/2019
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    Microchipping of dogs in Slovenia

    Microchipping of dogs in Slovenia

    In Slovenia, microchipping of dogs is obligatory since 2003 and we estimate that over 75% of dogs in the country are microchipped at the moment. Every microchipped dog also gets EU passport and is entered in central dog register, which is a web portal with detailed contact information of the owner and information about the

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    • 22/03/2019
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    BSAVA gives free library access to vets in developing nations

    BSAVA gives free library access to vets in developing nations

    Vets in developing nations can now access free educational resources from the British Small Animal Veterinary Association’s online library. Vets working and training in countries with limited resources, where conditions are challenging or training is expensive, can now access the BSAVA’s ‘Foundation Collection’, via a partnership with WSAVA, the WSAVA Foundation, and FECAVA. More than

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    • 22/03/2019
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    Slovenian Vets for Stray Pets

    Slovenian Vets for Stray Pets

    Volunteer group @SVSP – Slovenian Vets for Stray Pets presents themselves: “We are a group of Slovene vets, who spend their free time and annual holidays taking care of abandoned animals in the Balkans, on Cyprus, and in Spain. Besides neutering and offering basic veterinary care to abandoned and stray animals, we work hard to

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