Wednesday 29th March 2023, Registration and food from 7:30pm, course 8:00pm - 10:00pm Idexx Wetherby
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29 March 2023
A study from veterinary researchers at the University of Liverpool has shown that dog owners need clearer guidance on which behavioural and physical signs are a normal part of the ageing process and which could be indicative of a serious condition. The ‘Just Old Age’ research paper, published in the Journal of Small Animal Practice, […]
28 March 2023
The BSAVA welcomed an American revolutionary to its annual congress in Manchester – A Texan vet who has transformed the way that pets are examined and treated in general practice. Greg Lisciandro, a critical care and emergency clinician from Spicewood, near Houston was invited to receive the association’s prestigious Bourgelat award for outstanding international contributions […]
25 March 2023
Veterinary practices are being given the tools they need to deal more effectively with dogs showing behavioural problems and to prevent such issues developing in the next generation. At the British Small Animal Veterinary Association’s Annual Congress in Manchester on March 24, the Dog Friendly Clinic scheme was launched to provide training and resources for […]
24 March 2023
Animal welfare issues both great and small were addressed in the scientific programme at BSAVA Congress in Manchester on March 23. Speakers examined the policy decisions at national level that affect the thousands of dogs that are imported into the UK each year from Continental Europe. Meanwhile, at the other end of the scale, clinicians […]
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