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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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    Following growing controversy about the validity and effectiveness of breed-specific legislation, a cross-party inquiry is to be launched into improving public safety with regards to The Dangerous Dogs Act 1991. The Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Efra) Committee is calling for evidence on how effective the act is at protecting the public and what changes could be […]

  • 8th May - Pets in the Press: The High Cost of Owning French Bulldogs

    In an article titled “French Bulldog owners should expect lifetime of expensive vets bills, warns Royal Veterinary College”, The Daily Telegraph last week highlighted the high cost of owning these animals in terms of veterinary costs. Dr Dan O’Neill, Senior Lecturer at RVC and the main author, said: “As well as the health risks associated with their […]

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  • 24th April - RCVS to Host Free Evening Event About Flexible Working for RVNs

    The event, to be held on the evening of 3rd May at Dovecote Veterinary Hospital in Castle Donington in Leicestershire, is open to all veterinary nurses and employers who are considering, or already have, a flexible approach to working arrangements. It includes a supper starting at 18:15, with the event itself kicking off at 19:00 […]

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