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  1. BVRA Launches Veterinary Receptionist of the Year Award

    The British Veterinary Receptionist Association (BVRA) has launched an award to celebrate the key contribution receptionists make to the industry. Nominations for the Veterinary Receptionist of the Year Award are welcomed from colleagues and clients, and should highlight the dedication and effort the individual demonstrates. Entries must be received by 31 January 2019 and can […]


  2. Carprieve Small Animal Injection- Product defect recall alert

    Product Defect recall alert for Carprieve Small Animal Injection (Vm 02000/4229) by Norbrook Laboratories Ltd. Norbrook Laboratories Ltd is recalling the below mentioned batch from the market place as a precautionary measure as sterility cannot be assured. Batch Expiry Date 8254-90G 21/06/2020 Norbrook is contacting vets and wholesalers to examine inventory immediately and quarantine products […]


  3. App for Vets gives guidance on Exotics

    The app, from Trinity CPD, has gone through a series of updates and offers details on 40 different exotic pet species, from grey parrots to sugar gliders. Each species section offers an overview of the pet, details of common conditions, therapeutics and treatment videos. The app has been created by Mark Rowland, principal clinician and […]


  4. Dangers of Blue-green Algae

    Blue-green algae is a term used to describe a group of bacteria known as cyanobacteria. It is not actually algae, but the organism got it name because it gives the appearance of algae, when it clumps together in bodies of water. Blue-green algae may not always be harmful but you cant tell by simply looking […]


  5. UK’s First Neutering Benchmarks Established

    The UK’s first national neutering audit of cats and dogs has revealed almost 1-in-10 cases involved one or more abnormalities requiring medical treatment or surgical intervention – and in both species, spays suffered more complications than castrates.The audit data, comprising more than 30,000 individual cases from veterinary practices across the country. Between 8.2% and 9.1% […]