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Novel DogPhone could empower 'pandemic pups'

Device enables dogs to video call their owners.
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Chatter box VET Festival, the unique CPD opportunity, is returning for 2022, running from 20 to 21 May.

The outdoor event, held at Loseley Park in Guildford, will feature 17 education streams, with a dedicated stream covering veterinary wellness, leadership and management topics. The festival will feature veterinary speakers from around the world, with the opportunity to collect 14 hours of CPD across the two-day event.

Alongside veterinary education, VET Festival will also offer wellbeing activities such as yoga and mindfulness activities, with the popular VETFest Live Party Night making a return for 2022.

Tickets available here.  Chatter box

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One Health News
WSAVA One Health Award presented to Dr Thinlay Bhutia
WSAVA One Health Award presented to Dr Thinlay Bhutia

Dr Bhutia was recognised for his work on rabies prevention.
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Survey highlights vets' AMR concerns
Survey highlights vets' AMR concerns

BVA calls on pet owners to work with their vet to tackle the threat.
Cat bacteria treats skin infection, study finds
Cat bacteria treats skin infection, study finds

Researchers discovered a strand of cat bacteria that is resistant to eczema.
Engaging clients in One Welfare
Engaging clients in One Welfare

Dr Anne McBride speaks on encouraging clients in conservation and One Welfare through their own small pets.
Llama antibodies show
Llama antibodies show "significant potential" as COVID-19 treatment

Nanobodies can effectively target the SARS-CoV-2 virus
Amphibian foam could aid drug delivery in humans, study finds
Amphibian foam could aid drug delivery in humans, study finds

Foam from wild tngara frogs could reduce infection risk and antimicrobial resistance.
Dog vaccination for rabies essential for preventing spread to humans
Dog vaccination for rabies essential for preventing spread to humans

A coordinated and sustain programme of dog vaccination is the key to prevention.
Lemurs acquire drug-resistant bacteria by sharing environment with humans
Lemurs acquire drug-resistant bacteria by sharing environment with humans

The closer to people, the higher the proporation of resistant bacteria.
Cat study provides insight into dementia progress
Cat study provides insight into dementia progress

The study found parallels in the development of cognitive disease in both cats and humans.
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Avian influenza housing order declared in Yorkshire

A new avian influenza prevention zone has been declared in North Yorkshire following the identification of H5N1 avian influenza at a number of premises.

The requirement means all bird keepers in Harrogate, Hambleton and Richmondshire are now legally required to keep their birds indoors and follow strict biosecurity measures.

Several other cases of H5N1 avian influenza have also been confirmed in recent days at sites in Essex, Cheshire and Cumbria. On Monday (22 November), the disease was identified near Wells-next-the-Sea, North Norfolk.

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