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Majority of British public trust vets

Majority of British public trust vets Over 90 per cent of the general public trusts the veterinary profession generally or completely, according to a national opinion poll. The poll, which quizzed more than 2,000 members of the public, found that 94 per cent of the general public trusts the veterinary profession either generally or completely. Read More
'Apocalypse' warning over antibiotic resistance

'Apocalypse' warning over antibiotic resistance
Experts have given the latest in a series of dire warnings about the consequences of antibiotic resistance in a new BBC Panorama programme, which highlighted some of the major obstacles in tackling the issue. Some superbugs are now resistant to nearly every... Read More

Experts set out vision for rabbit welfare

Experts set out vision for rabbit welfare
A vision for improving rabbit welfare has been set-out following research by the University of Bristol's School of Veterinary Sciences. This is the first time the pet industry, welfare organisations, breeders and the veterinary profession have united to agree on a... Read More


Dogs domesticated earlier than first thought

Dogs domesticated earlier than first thought
Dogs split from wolves at least 27,000 years ago

Epilepsy study sheds light on survival chances

Epilepsy study sheds light on survival chances
Research uncovers prevalence of IE in Italian Spinoni Read More

The power of puppy love

The power of puppy love
Puppy scheme battles exam stress and raises over 1k for charity Read More


Study sheds light on pain-related behaviour

Study sheds light on pain-related behaviour
Working donkeys found to have high prevalence of...

Sweden exempt from pre-race sampling in Britain

Sweden exempt from pre-race sampling in Britain
Nation's anti-doping rules meet BHA requirements Read More

Improving welfare of working equines

Improving welfare of working equines
Animal welfare can be improved despite owners living in poverty Read More


Gene study helps breed disease-resistant salmon

Gene study helps breed disease-resistant salmon
Discovery could cut losses and improve welfare

Study sheds light on deadly frog fungus
African clawed frog not responsible for spread of lethal infection

UK amid countries highlighted worst for wildlife
Situation needs to 'improve significantly' says EC

The next step in protecting the VN title

The next step in protecting the VN title
Lord Trees submits bill to the House of Lords

'We Bought a Zoo' author to inspire CQ graduates
Benjamin Mee will speak at graduation ceremony

RVNs will not need extra training to implant microchips
Defra's decision welcomed by veterinary organisations


Majority of British public trust vets

Majority of British public trust vets
Veterinary profession third most trusted in the UK

BVA elects new Scottish branch president
Grace Webster takes the reins

'Apocalypse' warning over antibiotic resistance
Panorama highlights obstacles in tackling AMR

Baby macaque named after royal baby

Baby macaque named after royal baby
Newborn monkey will keep her name despite complaints

Suspected tumour turns out to be shoelaces
Vets shocked to discover a tangle of items in cat's stomach

Cat volunteers host celebratory sleepover
New pens good enough for humans to sleep in

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Beating the wrong donkeyBeating the wrong donkey

Global pharmaceutical companies were recently called on to pay for a $2bn (1.3bn) innovation fund for researching new antibiotics, in a report by a review team led by economist Jim O'Neill.

Mr O'Neill draws parallels between the banking crisis and the looming catastrophe of a world where antibiotics no longer work. He says that big pharma needs to act with "enlightened self-interest" because "if it gets really bad, somebody is going to come gunning for these guys just how people came gunning for finance".

But who are the real culprits?

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