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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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    The latest RCVS statistics revealed 97.62 per cent of RVNs are female compared with 2.36 per cent male (0.02 per cent were unidentified). Chairman of VN council Racheal Marshall said: “Our aim to increase diversity does not sit solely with the focus on bringing more male VNs into the profession, but diversity in the wider […]

  • 2nd October - “The Puppy Contract” Launched by BVA and AWF

    With stronger animal licensing and breeding regulations coming into effect in England as of 1 October, the BVA and AWF have relaunched a new-look website and a step-by-step guide to the dos and don’ts of buying a puppy The aim is to empower prospective buyers with all the information they need in order to avoid puppy farms and […]

  • 25th September - New Findings From Alabama Rot Research

    Study shows that Gundogs and Hounds have been found to be more at risk than terriers from contracting Alabama Rot. The research carried out by RVC has also identified other risk factors including sex and neuter status. Researchers hope that these findings will help vets to more reliably discern suspicion for the disease and aid […]

  • 12th September - Top Award Given to British Vet for Discovery of Propofol

    Scottish Veterinary Surgeon, John Glen has been given the Lasker Award- America’s top biomedical research prize, for his discovery of Propofol. John spent 13 years developing the breakthrough anaesthesia, which is now one of the most widely used anaesthetic agents in over 90 countries. Read the full article HERE.  

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