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Views sought on language testing

Views sought on language testing Vets and nurses are being asked to share their views on introducing language tests for vets who have qualified elsewhere in the EU. Under the proposed changes, those applying to join the register of veterinary surgeons would be required to take an English test if the RCVS had 'serious and concrete doubts' about their language skills. Read More
Staffie acts as 'guide dog' for his blind friend

Staffie acts as 'guide dog' for his blind friend
An elderly pair of stray dogs found fame recently when it became apparent that Staffie Buzz acts as a guide dog for his blind buddy Glenn. The two have since found a happy new home after endless offers from around the world to take them in. Nine-year-old Buzz... Read More

Charity 'smuggles' toy dog into UK

Charity 'smuggles' toy dog into UK
The Dogs Trust have managed to successfully 'smuggle' a stuffed toy dog into the UK, without a physical sight check, using a fake passport and fake microchip at the borders three times out of four attempts. The revelation comes as the charity releases shocking... Read More


Illegal pet importers must be 'brought to justice'

Illegal pet importers must be 'brought to justice'
Wood Green speaks out about recent case

Eurostars backs development of canine cancer drug

Eurostars backs development of canine cancer drug
Antivascular treatment to receive £1.4m of funding Read More

Abandoned cat nurses orphan kittens

Abandoned cat nurses orphan kittens
Naomi adopts kittens after losing her own Read More


Vets asked for information on EK

Vets asked for information on EK
AHT investigates the cause of eye disease

Jumping horses test positive for banned substances

Jumping horses test positive for banned substances
Poppy seed contamination suspected Read More

Guidance aims to protect donkeys in transit

Guidance aims to protect donkeys in transit
Donkey Sanctuary warns of dehydration dangers Read More


Wildlife park welcomes endangered snow leopards

Wildlife park welcomes endangered snow leopards
Hopes that pair will eventually have cubs

Winners of $2m ocean health prize revealed
UK team come second place, winning $250K

Nearly half a million call for protection of wildlife laws
EU birds and habitats directives 'under threat'

Views sought on language testing

Views sought on language testing
Defra consulting on English test for non-UK vets

Belfast sweeps the board at NI Vet Nurse Awards
Lesley O'Neill crowned NI Vet Nurse of the Year

BVNA members to receive commemorative pin
Badge celebrates 50 years of the BVNA


Charity vet retires after nearly four decades

Charity vet retires after nearly four decades
Sad farewell to the PDSA's Elaine Pendlebury

Scientists repair liver using stem cells
Findings bring us "a step closer" to new therapies

Liberian woman dies from Ebola
Sixth confirmed case since the virus resurfaced

'Drunk' squirrel causes chaos at bar

'Drunk' squirrel causes chaos at bar
Creates hundreds of pounds of damage e

Rehomed pig delivers surprise for new owners
Crossbreed Charlotte gives birth to seven piglets

Bull terrier crowned 'best office dog'
Skyes voted in by Facebook fans

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Knowing when to let go...Knowing when to let go...

There are two excellent, thought-provoking pieces that caught my eye in this week's Veterinary Record [177(4) July 25 2015]. They set us off down a challenging pathway.

In his 'Comment', the editor drew attention to the gathering momentum of calls from both the human medical and veterinary professions for greater communication, collaboration and cohesion under the 'One Health' banner. 'The idea that doctors and vets have much to learn from each other was appealing 10 years ago,' he concludes. 'In this, and many other respects, it is even more attractive now.'

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