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Study suggests Alabama Rot may be seasonal

Study suggests Alabama Rot may be seasonal New research into Alabama Rot has revealed a distinct seasonal pattern for when cases are most likely to occur. The study, led by the RVC and Anderson Moores Veterinary Specialists, revealed that 95 per cent of cases were confirmed between November and May. It also found that most cases occurred in the west and south of England. Far fewer cases have been... Read More
Hero assistance dog to receive prestigious award

Hero assistance dog to receive prestigious award
A hero assistance dog that transformed the life of his disabled owner is to receive a prestigious award from the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW). Three-year-old Ralph will receive the IFAW’s Animal of the Year Award on Tuesday (16 October) for giving... Read More

New star rating system for animal businesses

New star rating system for animal businesses
A new “star rating” system for dog breeders, pet shops and others came into effect on Monday (1 October) under new government regulations set to strengthen animal welfare in England. The system aims to help buyers find the best breeders and assist local authorities... Read More


Study suggests Alabama Rot may be seasonal

Study suggests Alabama Rot may be seasonal
Findings will help researchers explore possible...

Hero assistance dog to receive prestigious award

Hero assistance dog to receive prestigious award
Golden retriever Ralph named IFAW’s Animal of the Year Read More

Scientists ID gene mutation responsible for blue eyes

Scientists ID gene mutation responsible for blue eyes
Genetic variant is particularly prevalent in Siberian huskies Read More


Horses still struggling with skin problems - survey

Horses still struggling with skin problems - survey
Blue Cross and BEVA publish results of 2018...

New project to improve care of wounds in horses

New project to improve care of wounds in horses
Horse owners asked to collaborate with researchers Read More

Zoetis issues update on rotavirus vaccines

Zoetis issues update on rotavirus vaccines
Equip Rotavirus will not be available before March 2019 Read More


Study reveals how morbillivirus can adapt to infect humans

Study reveals how morbillivirus can adapt to infect humans
Researchers use novel techniques to identify...

Study sheds light on foetal development in humans and pigs

Study sheds light on foetal development in humans and pigs
Non-invasive method monitors blood flow during pregnancy Read More

Locust study aims to reveal insights into hearing loss

Locust study aims to reveal insights into hearing loss
Researcher awarded Royal Society University Research Fellowship Read More


Leg lesions in garden birds peak during winter - study

Leg lesions in garden birds peak during winter - study
Virus and mites identified as source of the lesions

Amiable male chimps live longer, study finds
Social relationships ‘can significantly impact our lives’

Mushroom extract offers hope for honeybees
Findings will help falling honeybee colonies fight viruses

Vet nurse role to be showcased at referral hospital

Vet nurse role to be showcased at referral hospital
Scarsdale Vets to raise awareness of nursing as a career

RCVS case studies aim to clarify Schedule 3
Consultation highlighted confusion over delegating to nurses

Nurses take part in beach clean for VNAM
Plastic drinks caps among the most common rubbish items


“Fringe” event to showcase District Veterinary Nursing

“Fringe” event to showcase District Veterinary Nursing
Speakers to explore professional considerations

Brexit trade deals ‘biggest risk to animal welfare’
Expert panel says imports must meet UK’s high welfare standards

Defra confirms commitment to tackling AMR post-Brexit
Comments follow claims the UK plans to avoid future EU legislation

Australian vets treat anteater for ant allergy

Australian vets treat anteater for ant allergy
Echidna in recovery after receiving allergen-specific vaccine

Polecat makes surprise visit to council offices
RSPCA officer returns animal safely to the wild

Amur tiger cubs receive their first health check
Vets assess Dmitri, Makari and Czar eight weeks after their birth

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Wildlife presenter to deliver keynote speech at BVA CongressWildlife presenter to deliver keynote speech at BVA Congress

The BVA has confirmed wildlife presenter Mike Dilger will deliver the keynote speech at this year’s congress. Mike is known as ‘Britain’s most diseased man’, having contracted a number of exotic diseases on his travels, including malaria, bilharzia and leishmaniasis. His talk, ‘My diseases and other animals’, promises to be an amusing and inspiring lecture on his travels in the tropics and his thoughts on how the mass media is influencing human engagement with wildlife and nature. The lecture will take place at 1pm on 16 November, in the BVA Congress Theatre at London’s ExCeL.