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Alltech ONE Ideas Conference for a Planet of Plenty

IAHJ speaks with Dr. Mark Lyons, president and CEO of Alltech IAHJ speaks with Dr Mark Lyons of Alltech about The Alltech ONE Ideas Conference …

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Animal Models for Better Animal Health

Balancing Between Goal and Used Resources To make animals healthy and keep them healthy, research sometimes needs to be carried out on these animals – …

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Gnubiotics gains allowance of patent of microbiome markers of pet obesity from the European Patent Office

Gnubiotics Sciences SA a Swiss biotech company pioneering novel microbiome targeted solutions for humans and companion animals recently announced the allowance from the European Patent …

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Why Sustainability is Here to Stay and How to Integrate it into your Veterinary Practice

JP Morgan’s sustainability rating has been downgraded by Standard Ethics, a sustainability rating agency, from adequate to non-compliant following its involvement in the failed European …

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Quality Assurance and Remote Site Audits in Veterinary Clinical Field Studies

As clinical field studies serve as pivotal data to obtain a marketing authorisation for animal health products, quality requirements are abundant. Regular audits enhance the …

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A Clinical Study Proving The Benefits of Feline-Specific Music Through Biometric Data

Feline behavioural stress is triggered by their acute sensitivity to sounds in the environment. Cats can hear from 40Hz to 85,000 Hz, which is more …

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Canine Atopic Dermatitis: Skin Barrier Dysfunction and Topical Therapy

Canine atopic dermatitis (CAD) is a common, yet challenging chronic, inflammatory skin condition and its complex, multifactorial aetiology means a polymodal therapeutic approach can hold …

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A New Approach to Optimising Nutrition for Dogs and Cats

In 2020, caregivers worldwide spent an estimated 96 billion USD (70 billion GBP) on food and treats for their companion animals. Every year brings innovations …

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Innovative Project to Tackle Veterinary Waste

Teat sealants, vaccines, antibiotics and drenches are just a handful of the products that result in an array of waste at the end of the …

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Bringing intelligence to the treatment point

Digital monitoring of medical treatments is moving more and more into focus, while new technologies and systems allow collecting treatment information and data easily and …

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