Advice for companion animal practitioners during the COVID-19 outbreak

Advice for pet owners for visiting your vet during the COVID-19 outbreak

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Latest News on COVID-19 Outbreak

    • 10/06/2020
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    WSAVA/FECAVA/PSAVA Congress Postponed to March 2021

    WSAVA/FECAVA/PSAVA Congress Postponed to March 2021

    Following some careful consideration and a range of online meetings WSAVA, FECAVA and PSAVA have agreed to postpone this Yearโ€™s joint Congress. WSAVA will issue shortly the following statement: The World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) has postponed its 2020 World Congress because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The global event was scheduled to be held

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    • 18/04/2020
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    Advice about routine prophylactic vaccination during the pandemic

    Advice about routine prophylactic vaccination during the pandemic

    Many animal owners are these days asking about how to proceed with the vaccinations of their pets in the time of the pandemic, when many veterinary clinics are accepting emergency cases only, and many countries have restrictions on the public movement of people. Can the vaccination be postponed? Will their animal stay protected? Various organizations

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    • 03/04/2020
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    Maintaining Mental Health. What Can You Do?

    Maintaining Mental Health. What Can You Do?

    What a strange and rather surreal time we are all living in. COVID 19 is affecting each and every one of us in some way or another. We will all be dealing with it, physically and emotionally, very differently. Working with FVE, FECAVA have produced the attached ten wellbeing tips from Dr. Rosie Alistair, Vetlife,

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    • 02/04/2020
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    FECAVA Statement on COVID-19 and pets

    FECAVA Statement on COVID-19 and pets

    Recently, the RNA of the SARS-CoV2 virus was found in two dogs and one cat, using RT-PCR diagnostic method. All three animals lived in close contact with infected humans, who were probably the source of the infection. Both positive dogs had the virus found in nasal and oral specimens; showed no clinical signs and were

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