Professor Philip Robinson, Professor of Veterinary Public Health at the Harper & Keele Veterinary School, who originates from Broughshane, has headed up a major three-day
The Republic’s Minister for Further and Higher Education Simon Harris has thrown his weight behind a second vet school in the country by saying it
“What if we all gave £1 for mental health” is the slogan you will be hearing from now and throughout April from The Vet Service.
Dairy farmers in Northern Ireland are being offered the chance to travel to England to learn how some producers there have reduced their herd dependence
The UK Brachycephalic Working Group has published its five-year strategy to improve the health and welfare of both current and future generations of flat-faced dogs.
Vets are this year urging the public to avoid buying festive jumpers showing dogs and cats bred for extreme features, such as flat faces or
A two-metre long tuna has been caught and tagged between Ballycastle and Rathlin Island as part of an Agri-Food and Biosciences Institute) and DAERA initiative.
One of the world’s largest international awards for veterinary canine research is open to nominations from vets, students ands scientists. The International Canine Health Awards
Rivers in Northern Ireland downstream from livestock farms and farms fertilised with manure have tested positive for residues of antibiotics known to be used in
VetPartners has marked its seventh anniversary with a £5,000 donation to help safeguard the future of animals at risk of extinction. The donation to Nature’s