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Cat rescued after two weeks in derelict house

Cat rescued after two weeks in derelict house A four-year-old cat has been rescued by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA), after she became trapped in a derelict house which she was exploring. Read More
Cat owners urged to neuter their pets, amid 'cat crisis'

Cat owners urged to neuter their pets, amid 'cat crisis'
A group of charities is calling for cat owners to neuter their pets, as rescue shelters experience a 'cat crisis'. Read More

Vetlife Helpline reaches over 4,000 contacts

Vetlife Helpline reaches over 4,000 contacts
A mental health charity for the veterinary profession has marked a historic milestone, as its helpline exceeds 4,000 contacts for the first time. Read More


Cat rescued after two weeks in derelict house

Cat rescued after two weeks in derelict house
Felix became trapped when exploring the...

Cat owners urged to neuter their pets, amid 'cat crisis'

Cat owners urged to neuter their pets, amid 'cat crisis'
The appeal comes amidst an increase in cats at rescue centres. Read More

Dick Vet hospital hails FMT successes

Dick Vet hospital hails FMT successes
The hospital established a donor bank last year. Read More


Lameness most common finding in PPEs, research reveals

Lameness most common finding in PPEs, research reveals
Pre-purchase examinations of horses are often...

African Union approves donkey skin trade moratorium

African Union approves donkey skin trade moratorium
More than 30 million donkeys will be protected. Read More

Support service launched for horse owners

Support service launched for horse owners
Charity hopes new service will prevent serious welfare cases developing. Read More


Aberystwyth University receives royal honour for parasite research

Aberystwyth University receives royal honour for parasite research
The Queen presented the award for research on...

Vets urged to become Antibiotic Guardians

Vets urged to become Antibiotic Guardians
RCVS Knowledge calls on vet teams to work together to tackle AMR. Read More

British vet wins One Health WVA Global Veterinary Award

British vet wins One Health WVA Global Veterinary Award
Dr Simon Doherty is the first WVA award winner to be announced. Read More


Turtle rescued in Cumbria months after being rescued in France

Turtle rescued in Cumbria months after being rescued in France
Rescuer describes animal as "very lucky".

Charity calls for tighter regulation on 'dangerous' exotic pets
Born Free says keeping dangerous pets threatens the safety of animals and the public.

Butterfly and moth genomes unchanged for 250 million years
Their chromosomes remain the same despite 160,000 diverse species.

RCVS opens consultation on vet nurse training

RCVS opens consultation on vet nurse training
The standards framework is reviewed every five years.

Ben Fogle to give keynote speech at CQ graduation
Vet nurses and nursing assistants are set to graduate next month.

CQ vet nurse educator awards seek nominations
Nominations are open until 2 February.


Plans to reduce lab animal use welcomed by RSPCA

Plans to reduce lab animal use welcomed by RSPCA
The government says it is committed to replacing lab animals with non-animal alternatives.

Vetlife Helpline reaches over 4,000 contacts
The charity provides confidential support for those in the veterinary profession.

New president elected for BVA NI branch and NIVA
The new president's theme will be 'Thriving Together'.

'World's oldest dog' has title revoked

'World's oldest dog' has title revoked
GWR says there is not enough evidence to support his claim.

Dog fosterer's volunteering sparks artistic passion
Jo Heather has fostered nearly 100 dogs.

Vets remove 'mermaid's tail' from six-legged dog
The cocker spaniel underwent surgery after being born with multiple birth defects.

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Bristol uni celebrates 75 years of teaching vetsBristol uni celebrates 75 years of teaching vets

The University of Bristol's veterinary school is celebrating 75 years of educating veterinary students.

Since the first group of students were admitted in October 1949, the school has seen more than 5,000 veterinary students graduate.

Professor Jeremy Tavare, pro vice-chancellor and executive dean for the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences, said: "I'm delighted to be celebrating Bristol Veterinary School's 75 years.

"Its excellence in teaching and research has resulted in greater understanding and some real-world changes benefiting the health and welfare of both animals and humans, which is testament to the school's remarkable staff, students and graduates."