Study underlines that ticks present a risk all year round

A study carried out by The University of Salford and sponsored by Merial has found that ticks present a risk all year round1. Researchers found that ticks continued to quest in woodlands throughout the year, even during the coldest months and ticks could also be detected on dogs throughout the year. These observations concur with […]

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CVS Recognised for its Focus on Mindfulness

An initiative taken by CVS to introduce Mindfulness to its veterinary teams in order to address work-place stress has been used as a case study by the Government in a report launched in October called ‘Making the Business Case for Mindfulness.’ Mindfulness is a mind-body approach which enables individuals to change the way they think […]

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A Bee-stly Problem for Farthing Veterinary Group

Honeycomb removed from the chimney A vet practice in Horsham has sent a nest of honeybees, which were occupying one of their chimneys, to start a new life in man-made hives in a field in Ewhurst.  Farthings Vets on Guildford Road had experienced recurring problems with bees nesting in one of its chimneys for several […]

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Southampton Vet’s Book a Finalist for The People’s Book Prize

Max Tuck A book written by a Southampton vet on the importance of bone health is a finalist in the non-fiction category of The People’s Book Prize, a national competition aimed at showcasing new writers. Senior Veterinary Surgeon Miss Max Tuck BVet Med, MRCVS has worked at the Animed Veterinary Hospital in Shedfield, part of […]

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Chester to host major international Symposium

Tickets are now on sale for a high profile international conference featuring speakers and delegates from around the world in the Genetics and Breeding sector. The conference is taking place in Chester in March, as part of an £85,000 project to boost Cheshire’s reputation as a super hub for breeding and animal science. Hosted by […]

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