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Competition to raise funds for abandoned or unwanted pets.
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Chatter box The world's biggest survey of butterflies is back for 2020!

Butterfly Conservation's Big Butterfly Count launches on Friday, 17 July and will run until Sunday 9 August. Members of the public can get involved by downloading the Big Butterfly Count App or recording results on a downloadable sheet available from bigbutterflycount.org/.

'It's a fantastic activity for people from three to 103 years and we'd encourage everyone to take 15 minutes in an appropriate outdoor space during sunny conditions to simply appreciate the nature around them and do their bit to help us understand butterfly populations,' said a Butterfly Conservation spokesperson. Chatter box

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Novel equine ECG technique gives hope for better stroke prevention in humans
Novel equine ECG technique gives hope for better stroke prevention in humans

Method allows for rapid detection of atrial fibrillation.
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Cannabidiol improves symptoms of canine arthritis, study finds
Cannabidiol improves symptoms of canine arthritis, study finds

Scientists measure the effect of CBD in dogs diagnosed with the condition.
RVC study reveals insights on tendon disease
RVC study reveals insights on tendon disease

Scientists examined protein turnover rates in the tendons of rats.
Study highlights value of longer consults for discussing antibiotics
Study highlights value of longer consults for discussing antibiotics

Scientists review the UK Government's five-year AMR strategy.
Pirbright Institute begins testing coronavirus vaccines on animals
Pirbright Institute begins testing coronavirus vaccines on animals

Scientists join global battle to help control the pandemic
Diagnostics firm reports no COVID-19 cases in pets
Diagnostics firm reports no COVID-19 cases in pets

Study supports recommendation against testing pets for the virus
Reducing face to face contact in practices
Reducing face to face contact in practices

Social distancing for veterinary teams
Can your practice spare equipment for the NHS?
Can your practice spare equipment for the NHS?

Practices urged to help human medics in the fight against COVID-19
What are social distancing and self-isolation?
What are social distancing and self-isolation?

Government advice for all UK residents
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WellVet reopens ticket sales to online conference platform

Following the success of its online conference, the organisers behind WellVet Weekend have re-opened ticket sales to allow new delegates to access session recordings and its online networking platform.

The day-long conference saw more than 360 veterinary professionals mix activity sessions with personal development CPD, all hosted within a virtual conference platform. Now, with more than 500 minutes of CPD available, the resource is being re-opened to allow full access to the session recordings until May 2021.

Sessions are aimed at providing delegates with a range of proactive wellbeing tools to explore to find ways of improving their mental and physical health. Tickets are limited in number and on sale at wellvet.co.uk until 30th August 2020.

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