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'One of a kind' cancer centre opens

'One of a kind' cancer centre opens A new cancer centre that promises to change the treatment of animal cancer opened in Surrey yesterday (2 September). Fitzpatrick Referrals Oncology and Soft Tissue (FROST) Centre is the result of a dream long-held by Noel Fitzpatrick, who is world-renowned in veterinary neuro-orthopaedics. Read More
Dog lovers duped into buying illegal pups

Dog lovers duped into buying illegal pups
Many people are choosing to buy 'mail order pups' online or from newspaper adverts, not realising that lots of puppies sold this way have been illegally smuggled from abroad. According to figures released by the Kennel Club, one in 10 people buy their puppy without... Read More

Main cause of lameness - limbs not feet

Main cause of lameness - limbs not feet
Lameness is three times more likely to be caused by a problem in the limb than the foot, according to the results of the latest National Equine Health Survey (NEHS). This year, 18 per cent of horses were recorded as lame. Of these, less than 5 per cent were caused... Read More


Guide dog pup joins ITV show

Guide dog pup joins ITV show
Viewers will get a chance to name the young pup

Dog lovers duped into buying illegal pups

Dog lovers duped into buying illegal pups
One in 10 buy a dog without seeing it first Read More

Charities respond to 'heartbreaking' article

Charities respond to 'heartbreaking' article
Owner admits to getting rid of four dogs in four years Read More


FEI president promotes Clean Sport message

FEI president promotes Clean Sport message
Strict anti-doping policy protects horse welfare

Main cause of lameness - limbs not feet

Main cause of lameness - limbs not feet
Latest NEHS identifies top equine health issues Read More

Consensus reached on jumping surfaces

Consensus reached on jumping surfaces
Global experts meet to discuss creation of a standard Read More


Tortoise study highlights need to conserve parasites

Tortoise study highlights need to conserve parasites
Galapagos tortoises harbour unique parasite communities

Staggering cost of badger cull revealed
Figure much higher than previously estimated

Plastic in almost all seabirds by 2050
Plastic ingestion can have serious health implications

BVNA nears its 5000th member

BVNA nears its 5000th member
Double celebration during golden jubilee year

E-petition launches to protect VN title
Veterinary groups urge members to sign

Practice launch campaign to help head nurse
Jan Collins lost legs following complications after surgery


'One of a kind' cancer centre opens

'One of a kind' cancer centre opens
Fitzpatrick's new hospital is a first for Europe

Blood test may predict cancer relapse
Can detect cancer eight months before any visible signs

Young drivers 'most likely to take work calls'
Charity says employers have a responsibility to staff

Britain's most playful pets revealed

Britain's most playful pets revealed
Winners prove playtime is key for happy, healthy animals

Dogs avoid people who snub their owners
Social eavesdropping may not be an ability unique to primates

'Sniffer rats' join Dutch police force
Rat team can detect drugs and gunpowder

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A health review for the practiceA health review for the practice

It's very easy for a successful practice to carry on doing what it has always done because everything seems to be working well and profits are good. In the short term this is probably fine, but looking further ahead a better strategy is required if the practice is not going to caught off guard. Things change, new practices open, client's needs and wants do not stay the same and the practice has to keep up with all of this, modifying its services, if it is to stay ahead of the game.

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Where did it all go wrong? New figures raise troubling questions about disillusioned vets Click here to read the feature