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British Veterinary Association is the voice of vets in the UK. For 24/7 media enquiries: 07503190247, media@bva.co.uk
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BVA 6h
Replying to @SteveMcCVet
The blog talks about the meeting in detail.
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BVA 8h
vice-chancellor says every school should have a or another pet to reduce stress in the classroom
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BVA 9h
Replying to @SteveMcCVet
We’re working hard to ensure vets have a strong voice on & what it might mean for & . However, this meeting was about welfare at slaughter, another top member priority. We’re proud that the campaign asks are being heard at senior political level
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Mandy Ryan 10h
Great to be at this meeting with , & . Really positive to work with on this critical campaign.
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BVA 10h
We've written an open letter to to raise serious concerns over lax standards on the show year after year
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BVA 11h
Christine Middlemiss flagged the importance of promoting UK's high animal health & standards in post trade deals on@BBCFarmingToday, and the role of surveillance in disease monitoring (from 03.10)
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BVA 12h
Ready, Steady, Gove- Our President reports from a positive meeting with recently to discuss slaughter, standards in post trade deals and labelling. Read his here:
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APHA Mar 21
Whether you keep or farm commercially, it's still worth you watching our video about how spreads & what you can do to prevent it.
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APHA 14h
For all those vets that are busy assisting farmers with , see our useful focus article on abortion in .
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British Veterinary Ethnicity & Diversity Society Mar 21
That’s a pretty massive response to a discrimination survey. Thank you to everyone that responded, now the hard work begins for the profession.
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BVA Mar 21
Replying to @HargreavesRobin
You're a poet And now we know it. 🙌
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BVA Mar 21
We're not poets, And this is not poetry. V. E. T. erinary. We do offer some excellent though-
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BVA Mar 21
- We have produced an 8-point plan of practical steps you can take now to get ready in the event of a , covering immigration, pet travel, equine movements, veterinary medicines, and more Please take a look
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Simon Doherty Mar 21
Today we held the first meeting of the Welfare at Slaughter Working Group - an inspiring group of national / international experts in the field.
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BVA Mar 21
Hi. The latest stats, from FSA's 2018 survey, can be seen at:
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BVA Mar 21
Dogs & cats aren't the only species affected by extreme breeding. The 'silkback' mutation in bearded dragons can result in a lifetime of painful health issues. Please pick & talk to your local vet for advice before getting a pet
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BVA Mar 21
Manchester University is investigating work-related pressures experienced by & how these affect . To support their work, complete this 10-minute study The survey is for vets currently working in any sector in the UK
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BVA Mar 21
We received over 2,400 responses to our questionnaire- a massive thank you to all members who've shared their experiences! In this , our Jr VP writes how the responses will be analysed and used
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Vetlife Mar 21
Did you catch trustee on this morning? Scroll to 1:35 to listen to him discuss the challenges that vets face in their daily life. if you need to talk, Vetlife is here for you on: 0303 040 2551
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John Fishwick Mar 20
There is nothing to beat delivering a live calf , lamb or litter of puppies. Working as a team having a great laugh and supporting each other is absolutely fantastic when it goes well. But of course these things do not always go well and we have all been there!
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