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Flat-faced dogs: raising awareness

Flat-faced dogs: raising awareness

The battle continues! 
 

A new board for FECAVA

A new board for FECAVA

A new FECAVA board 2017-2019 was elected yesterday at the EuroCongress in Copenhagen.

Bojan Zorko wins WSAVA award

Bojan Zorko wins WSAVA award

FECAVA is proud to announce that former FECAVA Director Bojan Zorko from the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia, received the 2017 WSAVA Award.

2017 FECAVA best reprint paper award

2017 FECAVA best reprint paper award

Viktor Szatmári from Utrecht University was the 2017 recipient of the FECAVA Best Reprint Paper award

Tiny De Keuster wins WSAVA award

Tiny De Keuster wins WSAVA award

FECAVA is proud to announce that Tiny De Keuster, co-founder of the Blue Dog initiative, received the 2017 WSAVA Global One Health Award.

2017 FECAVA best original paper award

2017 FECAVA best original paper award

Shailen Jasani from the UK was the 2017 recipient of the FECAVA Best Paper award, for his paper "Analgesia for the emergency/critical care patient:

2017 Didier Carlotti Award

2017 Didier Carlotti Award

Eric Guaguère from France (far right) recipient of the very first Didier Noël Award, presented by FECAVA president Jerzy Gawor (centre) and Ben Albalas, former FECAVA president. 

Would love to run - if only I could breathe...

Would love to run - if only I could breathe...

Vets sound the alarm on the health and welfare of flat-faced dogs during FECAVA/WSAVA/DSAVA Congress in Copenhagen 

Vets launch resources to inspire children about animal welfare

Vets launch resources to inspire children about animal welfare

As children return to school this month, the British Veterinary Association (BVA) is encouraging veterinary teams to help children learn about animal welfare after figures show 85% of school children have never heard of the five animal welfare needs – but primary school is the age when most vets decide they want to enter the profession.

Brexit may force third of EU trainee specialists to quit UK

Brexit may force third of EU trainee specialists to quit UK

Henry L’Eplattenier, ECVS chairman and clinical director of Southfields Veterinary Specialists, warns specilaist vet loss due to Brexit would mean a shortage of practitioners across the board.