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Public urged to stay away from the mammal to prevent distress
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Chatter box The British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA) has launched a new online dental resource for vets and horse owners.

The veterinary section of the resource is aimed at primary practice equine vets who are performing dentals for clients as part of a routine care programme. Information includes 'how to perform a thorough oral exam,' guidelines for charting, and a list of BEVA equine vets with postgraduate qualifications in equine dentistry.

Free to BEVA members, the new resource is supported by a range of practical courses, veterinary CPD, workshops and webinars. To find out more visit the BEVA website Chatter box

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Scientists develop PRRS-resistant pigs
Scientists develop PRRS-resistant pigs

Exclusive deal signed with global leader in animal genetics
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Case of BSE detected in Aberdeenshire
Case of BSE detected in Aberdeenshire

Precautionary movement restrictions now in place
China confirms African Swine Fever on major pig farm
China confirms African Swine Fever on major pig farm

Latest report sees pig prices in Chinaís northeast tumble
BVA welcomes plans for additional TB testing in Wales
BVA welcomes plans for additional TB testing in Wales

Measures follow local spike in TB incidents
Fall in sales of veterinary antimicrobials - report
Fall in sales of veterinary antimicrobials - report

Use of polymyxins in food-producing animals down 40 per cent
Bluetongue confirmed in four imported sheep
Bluetongue confirmed in four imported sheep

Movement restrictions in place at affected premises
ASF cases in Belgium rise to 75
ASF cases in Belgium rise to 75

No cases yet seen in commercial or domestic pigs
France steps up African Swine Fever controls
France steps up African Swine Fever controls

Authorities to erect fence on Belgian border
Remain vigilant for blowfly strike, forecast warns
Remain vigilant for blowfly strike, forecast warns

Cases are still being reported despite falling levels
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Vet school runs event for aspiring vets and nurses

Bristol Veterinary School is hosting an event for aspiring vets and vet nurses, to allow them to experience life as a student and find out what itís like to work in veterinary medicine. The one-day event, called VetQuest, will be held at the Langford Campus and includes a tour, talks on admissions and work experience, and the chance to take part in practical sessions. Taking place on Saturday 27 October, the event is primarily aimed at 11-12 year olds and costs £50, including lunch. There are a limited number of subsidised tickets for £10. To book, visit VetQuest 2018
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