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Excel Dual Care Recovery

27 September 2016

Filled with essential long length digestible and indigestible fibers, Excel Dualcare complementary feed can play a vital part of critical care nutrition. It’s one of those essential feeds you need to keep in your hospital feed cupboards.

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What’s on at the 43rd BVNA Congress

26 September 2016

It’s not long to go before the next BVNA Congress. Find out when, where and what’s going on.

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Good hay and bad hay

21 September 2016

Do you know what hay to recommend your clients use? There are some products which are better than others

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Ferrets, rodents and hedgehogs

09 August 2016

If you’re looking for more exotic CPD, why not book onto this 2 day course with Veterinary Professional Development, Vet PD.

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Excel Dual Care Recovery

18 June 2016

Filled with essential long length digestible and indigestible fibers, Excel Dualcare complementary feed can play a vital part of critical care nutrition. It’s one of those essential feeds you need to keep in your hospital feed cupboards.

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Marijuana Poisoning

21 April 2016

People have been playing and experimenting with recreational drugs for centuries, and over the years many pets have inadvertently (and sometimes deliberately) been exposed to the effects of this drug.

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8 human drugs that poison pets

21 April 2016

Inadvertent poisoning of pets has happened for years. Nowadays the increasingly different types of medications being prescribed makes the diagnosis of a drug more difficult, so it’s wise to be aware of what is available and causes problems.

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10 top tips on Post Op Care

21 April 2016

Just because a patient is out of the operating theatre doesn’t mean you can relax. More anaesthetic complications occur post surgery, not during surgery so it is important to avoid becoming complacent, despite the business of the day.

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Safer anaesthesia - 9 ways

21 April 2016

Every day thousands of animals are anaesthetised in the UK for a wide variety of reasons. We constantly strive to ensure the procedure is safe & effective, and in this article we look at what we need to do to achieve this.

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What’s on at the BSAVA this year?

30 March 2016

Have a look at our top ten recommended lectures at this years BSAVA

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