International Vet News

Vitiva will launch its new SubSTAR line all-natural oxidation management systems for wet and dry pet food, at Interzoo in Nürnberg, Germany, 26-29 May 2016. 

The World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) has appointed veterinary digital services specialist Vetstream as a Global Educational Partner.

Health for Animals and the World Veterinary Association are pleased to launch the first annual World Animal Vaccination Day. Taking place on Wednesday 20 April 2016, World Animal Vaccination Day will raise awareness of the vital role vaccines play in protecting the health of animals and, as a result, people too. 

Despite a recent decision by the UN Commission on Narcotic Drugs (CND) to reject the international scheduling of ketamine, the World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) remains concerned that access to this essential medicine is under threat.

Woodley Equipment is pleased to announce that Jorgensen Laboratories, Inc., will be exclusively representing their products in the USA and Canada.

VCA animal hospitals (VCA), North America’s largest network of over 600 small animal veterinary hospitals, has signed an agreement with Hallmarq Veterinary Imaging for the supply of their high field PetVet 1.5 T Companion Animal MRI.

Worldwide access to ketamine for medical and veterinary use is once again on the line.

Empowering smallholders through innovative technologies will help meet soaring demand for animal protein in a developing world, says HealthforAnimals, the global animal medicines association. 

Wildlife Vets International partners Painted Dog Research Trust (PDRT) is setting up a research laboratory in community lands around Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe. Painted dogs are endangered and numbers are in decline.