• 21/04/2021
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    World Animal Vaccination Day / April 20, 2021

    World Animal Vaccination Day / April 20, 2021

    On World Animal Vaccination Day veterinarians (FVE and FECAVA) & the animal health industry in Europe (Animal Health Europe) emphasize, more than ever, the importance of the ‘Prevention is Better than Cure’. Vaccination is widely considered one of the greatest medical achievements of modern civilization and helps save millions of lives every year. With vaccinations

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    • 13/04/2021
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    FVE, FECAVA and ATA webinar on transporting brachiocephalic dogs by air

    FVE, FECAVA and ATA webinar on transporting brachiocephalic dogs by air

    The jointly organized webinar by the animal transport association (ATA), FECAVA and FVE was held on 1 April 2021. The webinar focused on transporting brachiocephalic dogs (or short-nose dogs) by air. Thousands of pets are shipped annually by air. To ensure successful transport for the special needs of the brachiocephalic pet, the webinar reviewed the

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    • 24/03/2021
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    ATA/FECAVA/FVE Webinar on air transport of brachiocephalic pets 1 April 5 PM CET

    ATA/FECAVA/FVE Webinar on air transport of brachiocephalic pets 1 April 5 PM CET

    Thousands of pets are shipped annually by air. To ensure successful transport for the special needs of the brachiocephalic pet, this webinar will review the health and welfare of travel, best practices and regulation in flight and other recommendations for transporting these pets. FULLY BOOKED! Agenda: Session I: Presentations 17:00: Opening remarks from the Animal

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    • 24/03/2021
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    FECAVA and WSAVA Launch ‘Collegiality Infographic’ during Congress

    FECAVA and WSAVA Launch ‘Collegiality Infographic’ during Congress

    The Federation of European Companion Animal Veterinary Associations (FECAVA) and World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) have launched a infographic for veterinary practices around the world to help remind them of its ‘Global Principles of Veterinary Collegiality’, launched earlier this year. The infographic was introduced by FECAVA Past President Dr Wolfgang Dohne during a presentation

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