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Seeing is believing! Download this book from our Educational Partner Vétébooks with a prologue from Dr Rodrigo Tardón, a Specialist in veterinary opthalmology from Chile.
Veterinary volunteers care for the pets of vulnerable people in Toronto.
Now available in French!
A recording of Dr Nienke Endenburg’s ‘Shaping the Future’ presentation and subsequent expert panel discussion is now available.
Dr Felisbina Queiroga was elected to the Executive Board of the WSAVA during #WSAVA2019.
On June 7-8, the Kenya Small Companion Animal Veterinary Association (KESCAVA) held a two-day workshop on companion animal parasitology in conjunction with TroCCAP – Tropical Council for Companion Animal Parasites.
The Caribbean Veterinary Medical Association (CbVMA) was welcomed into associate membership at #WSAVA2019. Its President, Dr Curtis Padilla, introduces it:
Professor Nick Jeffery, editor-in-chief of the Journal of Small Animal Practice, our Official Scientific Journal, highlights a paper from the September issue which looks at the evidence for using antioxidants in dogs.