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22/04/2019

Take action early for effective fly control for horses advises Zoetis

Photo courtesy of Zoetis Zoetis Inc. today announced that horse owners should consider taking action early to keep flies under control. “Flies are one of the down sides of warmer weather but if you act early to reduce the numbers breeding in your horse’s environment you can help stop them bothering your horse throughout the […]

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22/04/2019

New editor for BSAVA’s Companion magazine

Samantha Taylor, Editor of Companion Magazine The BSAVA is delighted to announce that Samantha Taylor has been appointed as the new editor of its magazine, Companion. Sam takes over in April from Simon Tappin, who has edited Companion for the past five years but whose involvement with the CPD content of the magazine goes back […]

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17/04/2019

Vita Animal Health Launches a New Range of Veterinary Exclusive Pet Health Supplements

Vita Animal Health is launching a new range of pet health supplements this month. The company has been developing market-leading health solutions for honey bees since 1997 and is now introducing its innovative products for companion animals to the UK. The range is already established in several European countries and includes products to support cardiovascular, […]

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14/04/2019

Companion Animal Clinician, Educator and Researcher to receive the 2019 WSAVA Scientific Achievement Award

Dr Stephen DiBartola, Professor Emeritus at the Ohio State University, USA Dr Stephen DiBartola, Professor Emeritus at the Ohio State University, USA, is to receive the 2019 WSAVA Award for Scientific Achievement in recognition of his global contribution to small animal clinical practice, particularly in the areas of nephrology and acid-base disorders. The Award, given […]

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10/04/2019

EVJ reports on the latest in saddle research

The equine saddle is the linchpin for horse and rider interaction and has a significant bearing on performance and welfare. As awareness and knowledge of this important three-element relationship continues to develop, the Equine Veterinary Journal (EVJ) has made the latest information from the recent Saddle Research Trust (SRT) conference free to access in a […]

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