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From the monthly archives: July 2012

We are pleased to present below all posts archived in 'July 2012'. If you still can't find what you are looking for, try using the search box.

Bend or stretch?

How stressful is hyperflexion of horses' necks? - A study from the University of Veterinary Medicine in Vienna sheds light on hyperflexion

RCVS seek outstanding individuals for Honours

Individuals meriting an Honorary Fellowship or Honorary Associateship are being sought by the Royal College through its nominations process

RCVS Membership examination success

The Royal College celebrated the success of 15 veterinary surgeons passing the RCVS Statuatory Examination for Membership

Protecting equine health and welfare during the Olympic Games

Following the announcement that animals will feature in the opening ceremony, AHVLA veterinary experts have been advising LOCOG and the London 2012 team on animal welfare, movement controls and disease control issues

Duvaxyn® EHV 1,4 joins Pfizer’s Equip® stable

Pfizer Animal Health have rebranded their EHV vaccine

Time to act on deadly weed warns UK horse charity

The BHS continues it's fight to combat the toxic plant Ragwort

RCVS Day - 6th July

Read about all the news and events from the day

The VMD phases out the importation of Virginiamycin for veterinary use

The VMD announced that importation will be phased out over the next 2 years and will be banned completely from September 2014

Vets back science-based European animal welfare law

The BVA has backed EU Parliament calls for a science-based European animal welfare framework law

BEVA Launches New Webinar Series

BEVA is launching a programme of Webinars to help busy practitioners access further training and CPD at their convenience. The monthly sessions, commencing at the end of July, will cover a diverse range of subjects, from early pregnancy failure and atrial fibrillation to common problems at races and events. Click here to see further details There will be an initial series of six Webinars, with the first be held on 24th July and thereafter on the first Tuesday of every month. The first two Webinars will be free and there will be reduced rates for BEVA members for the remaining four. Each of the webinars will go out live at 7.30pm and will be available on demand after the event through the BEVA website. The topics, speakers and dates will be: Tues 24th July: Jonathan Pycock, 'Update on pregnancy diagnosis and twin management in the mare.'This session will cover maximising pregnancy rates in mares, minimising the risk of missing twin pregnancies, how to successfully manage twin pregnancy in mares, monitoring ...
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