Equine obesity is indisputably one of the biggest threats to equine welfare in the UK and BEVA is ramping up its efforts to help vets and owners recognise and address the problem in the right way.
Zoetis Inc. is reminding horse owners to be worm aware and always know which parasite they are treating and why.
National Equine Forum's Great Weight Debate conclude Teamwork, communication and trust are key to helping to solve the serious problem of horse, pony and donkey obesity in the UK,
New research, from leading equine parasitologist Dr Martin Nielsen, has provided more evidence to show that reducing worming (or more correctly, de-worming) intensity, does not have any adverse health risks to horses.
Social behaviour can influence the body condition of horses and ponies living in herds, according to a new study conducted by the University of Bristol and the Royal Veterinary College, in collaboration with SPILLERS™ through the WALTHAM™ equine studies group. The researchers believe the new findings could help address problems associated with equine obesity.
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The British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA) is calling on horse owners to support vets’ efforts to reduce the risk of antimicrobial resistance by better understanding where and when antibiotics are needed.
We are offering 15% off routine dentals in November,
As promised we have managed to secure some support from our vaccine supplier for those of you who had to miss annual vaccinations due to lockdown
With the Scottish Government’s planned relaxation of some lockdown measures this week we have been working towards increasing our capacity to offer all routine work again.