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Equine Influenza Vaccines

UK vaccines Equip F Virus strains include: European H3N8 – Borlänge/91 American H3N8 – Kentucky/98 H7N7 – Newmarket/77 Recommended dosing regime: primary course – 1st vaccine from the age of 4 months, 2nd vaccination 6 weeks after the first, 3rd vaccination

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rider weight study

Landmark pilot study addresses effects of rider weight on performance

Results of a new pilot study on the effects of rider weight on equine performance, presented at the National Equine Forum on 8 March 2018, show that high rider: horse bodyweight ratios can induce temporary

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Max Owen, enjoying life again

AHT vets help young cat beat rare spinal condition

AHT vets help young cat beat rare spinal condition This time last year, Max, a one-year-old Maine Coon, started to develop problems with his movement which limited his walking and jumping. Max was referred to the Animal

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New project will help cats fight heart disease

Meet Dr Luke Dutton, the newest member of our stem cell research team. In collaboration with the Royal Veterinary College (RVC), Luke is working with our Head of Stem Cell Research, Dr Debbie Guest, on

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head portrait of a golden labrador sat in a grassy field.

Tackling cancer in dogs highlighted on World Cancer Research Day

One in four dogs will get cancer in their lifetime, and for dogs over the age of 10 cancer is their biggest killer. To mark World Cancer Research Day (24 September 2019), we are highlighting that

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Seasonal Canine Illness

News about dogs, News for vets,

SCI – SEASONAL CANINE ILLNESS  If you suspect your dog is showing signs of SCI, contact your vet immediately.  The most important thing is to take seriously the signs of sickness, diarrhoea and lethargy in your dog, especially if

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Cone-rod dystrophy in miniature longhaired dachshunds

Background The original research that established this association was undertaken with a very inbred colony of dogs that all descended from a small number of animals.  In the original colony of dogs there was absolute correlation

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Fundraising FAQs

Fundraising questions about collecting and sending in money How do I pay in money I’ve raised? If you have an online fundraising page set up, you can pay in the money you’ve collected offline through your page

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Equiflunet person August 2019

Equine Flu August 2019

Please note that these are laboratory confirmed outbreaks covering the UK only and that outbreaks may involve one or more clinically affected animals. Where infection has been confirmed in vaccinated animals, the appropriate vaccine manufacturers and

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Cancer

Cancer is caused by damage to DNA. Most cancers are not caused by inherited DNA damage. Cancer is not just one disease, but is actually up to 200 different diseases. The behaviour of a tumour

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