Yearly Archives: 2019


Virbac announce new webinar on the role of trace minerals in cattle health and performance

In conjunction with The Webinar Vet, Virbac is pleased to announce a new, free to view, webinar on the role of trace minerals in cattle health and performance. The webinar also includes information on a new veterinary approach to boost trace mineral availability. Topics will include oxidative stress, its impact on cattle performance and the […]

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New JSAP study shows capability of smartphones for radiographic interpretation

A new study, published in the latest issue of the Journal of Small Animal Practice (JSAP), suggests that smartphones can be a useful tool for veterinary radiographic interpretation. The use of telemedicine in veterinary clinical practice continues to generate debate, with the profession considering both the potential risks and advantages associated with technological advances. One […]

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Veterinary receptionist salary survey shows 65% are at or below the realistic Living Wage

image shows Brian Faulkner BVRA co-founder

The British Veterinary Receptionist Association has announced the results of its second salary survey. The salary was completed by 503 respondents, of whom 85% were receptionists.* The vet receptionist salary survey shows that most receptionists are paid £8 to £9 per hour (45%), with 9% more falling into this salary bracket than in 2018. The […]

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First European symposium brings top feline & nutrition experts to Prague

Image shows Q and A session from the symposium on feline nutrition and feline health

Q and A session at the 2019 Purina Institute CAN Symposium in Prague. Left to right: Dr. Andy Sparkes, Dr. Ebenezer Satyaraj and Dr. Enrico Heffler Leading scientists presented the latest discoveries about cats to an international audience of top feline practitioners, research veterinarians and nutritionists at the first Purina Institute Companion Animal Nutrition (CAN) […]

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New CT Scanner for The Mobile Vet

Image shows John Knight, Director of the Mobile Vet, standing next to the CT scanner with a patient

John Knight Director of The Mobile Vet ‘The Mobile Vet’, based in the Isle of Wight, is proud to announce the addition of a CT Scanner to their practice; the latest adoption in a string of innovative investments. After many negotiations and risk assessments, The Mobile Vet has, for the last 3 years, been using […]

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