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Chicken survives 90-mile journey under a lorry

Brave bird left completely unscathed by her ordeal.
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Chatter box A new 'DoggyLottery' to raise funds for dog rescue centres in the UK will launch on Saturday (4 July). Every four weeks, five different rescue centres will be connected to the lottery, providing much-needed funds - particularly during COVID-19 - and providing vital online exposure.

A weekly game costs £1.50 and entrants will have the chance of being one of 20 guaranteed winners. A massive 60 per cent of the raised funds will go towards the dog rescue centres, more than double that donated by leading lottery companies to charitable causes.

To find out more and play the lottery, visit www.doggylottery.co.uk  Chatter box

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Cardiovascular Collapse

Author: Mike Martin, of Martin Referrals
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Flexible workers are happier workers

Flexible working options can have dramatic effects - job satisfaction goes up, retention is easier, morale improves and motivation rockets. Who doesn't want that?
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You've Got Email!

Online activities are now proving to be a viable way of expanding and growing your practice. Email is a great example of this...
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Start Spreading the News...

Read all about it! A newsletter is the perfect way to keep clients informed of the latest happenings in the practice...
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The Value of Welcome Packs

A welcome pack has the function of giving new clients (or returning clients) an invaluable insight into your practice.
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Small things can have big effects

The veterinary world is constantly evolving and for your practice to be successful within such a demanding marketplace you need to gain as much competitive edge as possible.
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Are you ready for a new breed of client?

With heavy spending cuts announced, the financial belts of the public will start to tighten. This means a new breed of commercially savvy customer. Is your veterinary practice ready?
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Beware of Trojan Horses

Rob Tilyard explains how best to protect the practice against the threat from Trojan horses and their lesser known counterpart, the road apple.
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International Cat Care appoints new head of veterinary division

International Cat Care (ICC) has announced the appointment of Nathalie Dowgray as head of the charity's veterinary division.

Nathalie, who is an RCVS advanced practitioner in feline medicine, will lead the International Society of Feline Medicine (ISFM) and a play key role in advancing knowledge and research in feline medicine.

Claire Bessant, iCatCare's chief executive said: "We're absolutely delighted to be welcoming Nathalie to the charity. She brings a depth and breadth of feline expertise and understanding which fits perfectly with the charity's work and development, and her enthusiasm for cats is infectious."


Webinar highlights increasing threat of Angiostrongylus vasorum and other nematodes

CPD provider elearning.vet has launched a free webinar highlighting the increasing threat of Angiostrongylus vasorum and other nematodes to human and animal health. Hosted by parasitologist Dr Ian Wright, head of ESCAAP UK, the webinar also discusses the most effective treatment and prevention strategies.

Dr Wright said: "With surveys showing deworming frequencies below those recommended by ESCCAP and concerns surrounding over treatment of cats and dogs, there has never been a more important time to examine the importance of routine roundworm prevention. Without adequate control of Toxocara canis and Angiostronglyus vasorum, the impact on owners and their pets can be considerable."
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 A new 'DoggyLottery' to raise funds for dog rescue centres in the UK will launch on Saturday (4 July). Every four weeks, five different rescue centres will be connected to the lottery, providing much-needed funds - particularly during COVID-19 - and providing vital online exposure.

A weekly game costs £1.50 and entrants will have the chance of being one of 20 guaranteed winners. A massive 60 per cent of the raised funds will go towards the dog rescue centres, more than double that donated by leading lottery companies to charitable causes.

To find out more and play the lottery, visit www.doggylottery.co.uk  

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 Hill's Pet Nutrition are reminding all veterinary nurses and veterinary practices to submit their entries for its 'Pet Slimmer of the Year' competition, 'Managing Weight with Excellence Competition' and the 'Senior Support Nurse of the Year Competition'.

The deadline for the 'Senior Support Nurse of the Year' competition closes on 6 September 2020, while the other competitions will remain open until 14 September 2020. All finalists will have the chance to win up to 500 worth of Love to Shop Vouchers.

To see full terms & conditions or to enter the awards click here

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