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Dogs and Cats in Serbia

Dogs and Cats in Serbia

News from the Serbian Companion Animal Veterinary world and its ups and downs:

Prohibition of breeding animals for fur in Croatia

Prohibition of breeding animals for fur in Croatia

Croatia is one of the rare countries who is prohibiting breeding of animals for fur

No kill - Croatia

No kill - Croatia

Croatia is not only a beautiful country, but their vets do quite a lot for their stunning animals! 

Vote for animals

Vote for animals

Eurogroup for Animals is now asking every European Parliamentary candidate to sign a pledge in support of animal-friendly initiatives during the next legislative term.

Babesiosis, FECAVA's sixth Factsheet

Babesiosis, FECAVA's sixth Factsheet

FECAVA has just published its sixth fact sheet, this time on Babesiosis, a disease that is mostly present in southern Europe, a part of some Babesia species which are present in most parts of Europe.

FECAVA Newsletter January 2019

FECAVA Newsletter January 2019

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Canine fleas are struggling for their existence in Finland

Canine fleas are struggling for their existence in Finland

Did you know, that feline and canine fleas are struggling for their existence in Finland?

January is BVA Canine Health Schemes (CHS) Month

January is BVA Canine Health Schemes (CHS) Month

CHS are health screening schemes, established in collaboration of BVA and the Kennel Club, used as pre-breeding health checks or health testing for dogs that are likely to suffer from inherited conditions – being pedigree or crossbred dogs.

FVE guidelines responsible use of antibiotics

FVE guidelines responsible use of antibiotics

Antibiotic resistance is nowadays a growing concern and important part of »One Health« concept. Risk that the bacteria causing a disease will develop a resistance to an antibiotic increases with every use of it. 

Monday 21st January 2019 is Blooming Monday

Monday 21st January 2019 is Blooming Monday

The third Monday in January is known as `Blue Monday` as it’s a short, dark day, in the northern hemisphere and often considered the most depressing day of the year.

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