20/09/2017

Finalists announced for the 2017 Virbac Equine SQP of the Year

Virbac are delighted to announce the four finalists for the Virbac 3D Worming Equine SQP of the Year. Kristy Hodgson – Kristy is Director of Operations at Westgate Laboratories and is responsible for the day to day running of the lab and office.  As the Director of Operations, Kristy is on the frontline of training […]

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19/09/2017

Zoetis feeds need for Equine SQP online learning

Zoetis Inc. today announced that more than 1200 SQP Equine Worming Online continuing professional development (CPD) courses have been completed since they were launched in February and May 2017. The three equine worming CPD courses, written by Dr Wendy Talbot, RCVS and European Specialist in Equine Internal Medicine, are aimed at qualified SQPs. They cover […]

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19/09/2017

EVJ calls for more research to address reproductive problems in broodmares

Mare wearing a blue light therapy mask While there have been significant advances in equine reproduction techniques in recent years there has been a shortage of research on reproductive problems in broodmares. The Equine Veterinary Journal’s (EVJ) new online reproduction research collection with an introduction from equine reproduction expert Jon Pycock, new President of the […]

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19/09/2017

BEVA’s MumsVet garners global interest

L to R Sarah Gasper, Hannah Yeates, Ben Sturgeon, Vicki Nicholls, Lucy Grieve, Carolyne Crowe. Credit David Boughey MumsVet was launched at BEVA Congress last year with the aim of providing online support for equine veterinary professionals juggling work and parenthood. One year on, far from being just a national initiative supporting equine mums, it […]

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19/09/2017

Horse vets hope to expand equine reproductive research

Jon Pycock While there have been significant advances in equine reproduction techniques over the past 15 years there has been a shortage of research on reproductive problems in broodmares. The UK veterinary industry hopes to address this deficit by engaging new veterinary interest in the subject; this month the Equine Veterinary Journal (EVJ) has published […]

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