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  1. Britain most diseased man

    BVA announces ecologist, author and natural history presenter – who has contracted a host of exotic diseases, including malaria, bilharzia and leishmaniasis – will be congress keynote speaker. TV presenter Mike Dilger, dubbed “Britain’s most diseased man” after his extensive travels in the tropics and his work as a wildlife presenter, has been announced as […]


  2. PDSA’s £250k vet truck on the road

    A £250,000 vehicle designed to “revolutionise” animal welfare awareness across the UK has been unveiled by PDSA.  The veterinary charity said its new 18-tonne PetWise Mobile Unit will enable it to treat animals and boost disease prevention. Consisting of two vet consulting rooms with oxygen facilities, move-able seating, a widescreen TV and built-in iPad’s so […]


  3. Student VN congress

    Plans are underway to create a congress specifically for SVN’s. RCV students are busy organising the first SVNFest at the Camden campus from 20 to 21 July 2019. The event will include lectures, workshops, social events and an exhibition to boost knowledge across a number of disciplines and prepare students for the working world. The […]


  4. London Vet Show

    Taking place on 15-16 November, Excel London London Vet Show is Europe’s premier two day, conference-led exhibition for veterinary professionals, run in association with the globally recognised Royal Veterinary College and the British Veterinary Association. Covering the worlds of companion, equine, farm and business in one place over two jam-packed days, the London Vet Show brings […]


  5. Animal welfare Regulations

    The Animal Welfare (Licensing of Activities Involving Animals) (England) Regulations came into force on October 1st to strengthen animal welfare focusing mainly on puppy sales in England. The new Regulations will: Ensure breeders must show puppies alongside their mother before a sale is made. Tighten regulations so puppy sales are completed in the presence of […]