• 29/07/2022
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    FECAVA Infographics on heatstroke

    FECAVA Infographics on heatstroke

    As extreme summer temperatures hit across Europe, FECAVA produced an Infographic to inform pet owners to prevent and recognize signs of a life-threatening situation – heatstroke. HEATSTROKE IN DOGS Definition: Heatstroke occurs when normal body mechanisms can’t keep the body’s temperature in a safe range. Dogs don’t have efficient cooling systems like humans (who sweat) and

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    • 02/07/2022
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    EMA launches a central source of information on veterinary medicines in EU/EEA

    EMA launches a central source of information on veterinary medicines in EU/EEA

    EMA – European Medicines Agency established a centralized webpage – The Union Product Database which serves as a single source of information on all authorised veterinary medicines and their availability in European Union (EU) and European Economic Area (EEA) Member States. The Veterinary Medicines information website, the public interface of the Union Product Database, enables

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    • 23/10/2021
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    Welfare friendly examination procedure of dogs and cats without the owner

    Welfare friendly examination procedure of dogs and cats without the owner

    Many veterinarians are required to conduct clinical examinations on their patients without the presence of the owners due to numerous Covid restrictions. Understandably, this can be stressful for both the animals and their owners. Without them, cats and dogs might become anxious and fearful. The FECAVA and the European Society of Veterinary Clinical Ethology (ESVCE)

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    • 02/08/2021
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    Don’t Forget to Give your Pet plenty of WAVES this Summer!

    Don’t Forget to Give your Pet plenty of WAVES this Summer!

    That is the message from Veterinary Ireland to all pet owners during this hot Summer weather. “WAVES” explains Peter Bishton, Veterinary Ireland’s deputy chief executive, “stands for WAter, VEntilation and Shade, three things essential to all pets during the summer months, and Veterinary Ireland has come up with this short acronym to help pet owners

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