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    • 03/04/2023
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    NEW ASCCAP GUIDE: Parasitological  Diagnosis in Cats,  Dogs and Equines

    NEW ASCCAP GUIDE: Parasitological Diagnosis in Cats, Dogs and Equines

    ESCCAP (European Scientific Counsel Companion Animal Parasites) is delighted to announce the completion of its diagnostics guideline: Parasitological Diagnosis in Cats, Dogs and Equines. This guideline is intended for use by veterinary professionals who carry out routine diagnostic procedures in their practice for the detection of parasitic infections, and for those who submit samples regularly

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    • 27/02/2023
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    Veterinary Evidence from RCVS Knowledge

    Veterinary Evidence from RCVS Knowledge

    Veterinary Evidence, a peer-reviewed, open-access journal from RCVS Knowledge, has launched its new website, offering even better support for busy veterinary professionals and academics looking to improve veterinary care. The journal, which reaches over 14,000 monthly international users, provides free access to critical summaries of the best available evidence, called Knowledge Summaries, enabling practitioners to

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    • 08/02/2023
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    Master of Companion Animal Science of the University of Copenhagen

    Master of Companion Animal Science of the University of Copenhagen

    The University of Copenhagen is inviting international students to apply for the postgraduate programme Master of Companion Animal Science. Master of Companion Animal Science is offered in collaboration with the Danish veterinary Association and is open for international students Application date is May 1st 2023. MASTER OF COMPANION ANIMAL CLINICAL SCIENCE is an accredited postgraduate

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    • 31/01/2023
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    FECAVA one2one on pet behaviour: Reptiles

    FECAVA one2one on pet behaviour: Reptiles

    In the new episode of FECAVA one2one on pet behavior, Dr. Gonçalo Da Graça Pereira, Dr. Alja Mazzini, and Dr. Daniela Zurr will take you to the world of bearded dragons, turtles, tortoises, iguanas, and snakes. People often think reptiles are easy pets because they are quiet and we don’t need to walk them. But if we

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