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The Cat Friendly Hospital Ward

In this 35 min live recorded lecture, Martha Cannon from Oxford Cat Clinic discusses the psychology of cats in the Practice and how to use this knowledge to make the hospital ward as cat friendly as possible. This video was taken from a 6 hours series on the Inappetent Cat, available to view on Vet-eCPD

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  • 11th July - Nominations Open for Blue Cross VN of the Year!

    Blue Cross is searching for the UK’s veterinary nurse of the year – and is calling on veterinary practices and pet owners to help find this year’s winner. Blue Cross director of veterinary clinical services David Catlow said: “Blue Cross gives this annual award to recognise the commitment of vet nurses across the UK who […]

  • 3rd July - Consultation on RVN Post-registration Qualifications

    The RCVS is asking for feedback from across the VN and vet professions regarding formal career development for nurses as the College moves towards the introduction of the Advanced Veterinary Nurse status. The consultation will be launched in early July with an email sent to all veterinary nurses and veterinary surgeons containing a link to the […]

  • 26th June - New Equine Microchipping Legislation

    Parliament is expected to vote in new legislation to make microchipping of all equines compulsory. Owners have until October 2020 to comply with the new law. Lord Gardiner, animal welfare minister, said: “The Government shares the British public’s high regard for animal welfare and it is completely unacceptable hundreds of horses and ponies are left abandoned […]

  • 19th June - BVA Raises Concerns Over Non-stun Meat Exports

    The British Veterinary Association (BVA) has raised serious concerns over the lack of information on UK exports of meat from animals that have not been stunned before slaughter. Latest figures from the Food Standards Agency (FSA) indicate that 22 % of sheep and goats (3 million) are not stunned before slaughter. This is an increase […]

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