17/04/2019

Vita Animal Health Launches a New Range of Veterinary Exclusive Pet Health Supplements

Vita Animal Health is launching a new range of pet health supplements this month. The company has been developing market-leading health solutions for honey bees since 1997 and is now introducing its innovative products for companion animals to the UK. The range is already established in several European countries and includes products to support cardiovascular, […]

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15/01/2019

Curious about cats? Lintbells has some answers

Veterinary teams have, for a long time, appreciated the need to support cat owners to recognise the signs of illness in their pets and to bring them to the practice for treatment. It is estimated that 40% of cats have not visited a vet in the last year compared to only 15% of dogs.* Lintbells, […]

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14/01/2019

XLVets has fresh focus with the appointment of Laura Whyte as Board Chair

XLVets, the community of independently owned veterinary practices, has appointed a new Chair to its Board of Directors. Ms Laura Whyte is an independent, non-executive Director and in her role will bring a fresh perspective and business knowledge to enhance the experience of existing members and new members as their practices join the group. Laura […]

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23/11/2018

Simplyhealth to partner with Felcana

Simplyhealth and Felcana have announced that they are to collaborate as strategic partners. Simplyhealth’s expertise in preventive health plans will support the efforts of Felcana’s team of veterinary surgeons, data scientists and engineers, with a view to understanding how pet health plans can support the development of its state-of-the-art digital platforms and technologies. Sally Clarke, […]

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29/10/2018

Lintbells launches expanded Mobility Matters initiative

Lintbells has launched its new and improved Mobility Matters initiative to vet practices.  It provides a framework for introducing nurse–led mobility clinics, offering training and useful resources to practices to assist in the multi-modal management of dogs with stiff joints. This year it has also been extended to include cats. The Lintbells Mobility Matters initiative […]

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