07/03/2017

Keep pulling together and make Brexit an opportunity says equine industry

The 25th Annual NEF forum – (Craig Payne Photography www.craigpayne.co.uk) The hot topics of Brexit’s impact on the horse industry and the threat of inflated business rates were amongst many subjects keenly debated by a government minister, academics, charities, horse owners and breed society representatives, at the 25th National Equine Forum (NEF) held in London […]

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23/02/2017

WSAVA Thanks Hill’s for Ten Years of Support for Small Animal Veterinarians

  (Right) Dr Marina Debernardi from Hill’s Pet Nutrition presenting the WSAVA-Hill’s Next Generation Award to Dr Julie Stafford during WSAVA World Congress 2016 in Cartagena, Colombia The World Small Animal Veterinary Association has expressed its gratitude to Hill’s Pet Nutrition for its long-term commitment to supporting small animal veterinarians globally.  2017 marks the tenth […]

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03/01/2017

BSAVA appoints new Head of Congress

Angharad Belcher The British Small Animal Veterinary Association (BSAVA) has appointed a new Head of Congress whose first task is to lead the 60th annual event in Birmingham next April. Angharad Belcher joins the 10,000 strong membership association, to offer her wealth of PR, marketing and event experience within the veterinary sector and promises that […]

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19/12/2016

Chris Packham to champion conservation at BSAVA Congress

Chris Packham TV presenter and respected naturalist Chris Packham is set to inspire delegates at BSAVA Congress asthe keynote speaker on Thursday 6 April 2017. With an enduring passion for wildlife and conservation Packham will share his concerns about extinction and ideas for inspiring young people to get involved in animal welfare and conservation. Chris […]

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01/11/2016

The first annual Eastern European Veterinary Conference thrives in Serbia

EEVC Eastern European Veterinary Conference 2016 In October, Belgrade welcomed over 1,000 vets from 37 different countries around the Eastern European region and beyond. The first Eastern European Veterinary Conference (EEVC), organised by small animal veterinary associations from Serbia, Croatia and Romania with the support of BSAVA was declared a resounding success by delegates, exhibitors, […]

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