Vet nurse and recruitment company join forces to improve diversity – VetNurse News – Vet Nurse

Veterinary nurse Remi Onabolu, who is currently studying to become a veterinary surgeon, has joined forces with JHP Recruitment on a new initiative to improve diversity and attract more individuals from BAME backgrounds into the veterinary profession. Together, they’re producing an educational video to be distributed and used by registered career advisers across the Southwest … Read more

Pet Insurance Coverage Can Improve More Than Just Your Cat’s Life

Part of living responsibly means protecting your finances. And while getting a pet insurance plan may seem like one of those tedious financial tasks you need to check off your To-Do list, quality healthcare for your furry ones is so much more important than that. More than just saving money, you’re making life better for … Read more

Pet Insurance Coverage Can Improve More Than Just Your Dog’s Life

Part of living responsibly means protecting your finances. And while getting a pet insurance plan may seem like one of those tedious financial tasks you need to check off your To-Do list, quality healthcare for your furry ones is so much more important than that. More than just saving money, you’re making life better for … Read more

First licensed treatment to improve healing of tendon injuries and suspensory ligaments in horses – VetNurse News – Vet Nurse

Boehringer Ingelheim has received UK marketing authorization for RenuTend – the first licensed treatment to improve healing of tendon injuries and suspensory ligaments in horses. Renutend contains primed mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) which Boehringer says are specifically targeted to reduce scar tissue formation so horses can return to the intended level of performance, with a … Read more

RVC research reveals best toys to improve ferret welfare – VetNurse News – Vet Nurse

A new study from the Royal Veterinary College has revealed the best toys and housing for ferrets’ health and wellbeing. It is estimated that there are more than one million pet ferrets in the UK and a further 500,000 in the United States, but until now little was known about how ferrets are housed and … Read more

Vet-led workshop aims to improve farmers’ lamb performance

A training course led by vets has been launched to help farmers improve post-weaning lamb performance. Wales’ Farming Connect Animal Health and Welfare has added the additional module to its fully funded training workshops, making it the 16th such webinar to be rolled out. All content has been developed in conjunction with the National Animal … Read more