Yearly Archives: 2014

23/12/2014

Shepton vets host Ceva reprodAction training for young cattle vets

Enthusiastic Young vets from Somerset and Wales recently benefited from a cattle reproduction training day at Charlton House in Shepton Mallet, Somerset. The event was part of Ceva Animal Health’s new reprodAction Young Vet Initiative educational project to help young vets expand their knowledge. A total of 24 young vets participated in the training, which […]

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16/12/2014

Hallmarq Veterinary Imaging Reaches New Milestone with 50,000 scans

Hallmarq Veterinary Imaging continues to see success with its standing equine MRI scanner, as MRI is now considered a best practice for diagnosing lameness in the equine foot and lower limb. Hallmarq’s innovation has revolutionized veterinary care for horses. It is an easy, reliable diagnostic tool that provides vets with the information they need.  In […]

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09/12/2014

SPILLERS® remains committed to laminitis research

SPILLERS®, as part of the WALTHAM® International Laminitis and Obesity Research Consortia, is continuing to support important research on laminitis and obesity, with its involvement in two new PhD programmes in 2015. In some surveys around 50% of leisure horses and ponies in the UK have been reported as obese which increases their risk of […]

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09/12/2014

RCVS news: New Royal Charter to come into effect next year

The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) new Royal Charter is due to come into effect early next year once it has been signed by Her Majesty the Queen and received the Great Seal of the Realm. The Charter, which was approved at a meeting of the Privy Council on 5 November, sets out and […]

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05/12/2014

English Springer Spaniel: most popular dog among British cheaters

A new study from Victoria Milan – a dating website for attached and married people looking to cheat – reveals the type of dog British  cheats are most likely to own. Married people who have an ‘English springer spaniel’ are the most adulterous of the UK. According to the survey conducted among 5,652 British members […]

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