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MacKillop Paw Pals program gives young people a learning lifeline

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An innovative, community-funded program run by MacKillop Family Services using animal assisted eduation is helping children in Victoria re-engage with education in a remarkable way. Students with...

UK rabbit owners can recognise pain in their pets, study finds

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New research in the UK has found the majority of rabbit owners could list signs of pain and could mostly identify pain-free rabbits and...

Australia’s first national pet show is coming to Adelaide

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Marking the fifth show since the inaugural Sydney launch in 2022, Australia’s First National Pet Show will arrive in Adelaide on Saturday 18 and...

SASH donates $23,000 to deliver enhanced awareness and support for vet...

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Australia’s Small Animal Specialist Hospital (SASH) continues its support for veterinary mental health by having recently donated $23,000 to Sophies Legacy, a leading charity dedicated...

Petstock Foundation thanks Aussies for another successful National Pet Adoption Month

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The Petstock Foundation recently celebrated the 961 pets who found their forever home across the country during National Pet Adoption Month (NPAM), an increase...

WSAVA unveils updated global vaccination guidelines

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The World Small Animal Veterinary Association has updated its Global Vaccination Guidelines, which set out the latest scientific thinking on the vaccination of dogs and cats...

CANA calls for desexing, adoption and support amid surge in surrender...

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National animal welfare charity Companion Animal Network Australia (Australia CAN or CANA) is advocating for desexing, adoption and support amid a surge in surrenders...

Charles Sturt hosts inquiry into veterinary workforce shortage  

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Charles Sturt University in Wagga Wagga recently hosted the fourth and final hearing of a Parliamentary Inquiry into the Veterinary Workforce Shortage in NSW. A statewide shortage...

Researchers develop early horse osteoarthritis detection tool

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Researchers in the UK have created a straightforward questionnaire to help horse owners identify and monitor signs of osteoarthritis pain in their equine companions....

Death of cattle on live export ship reinforces the need for...

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Recent events involving the death of over 100 Australian cattle onboard a live export ship travelling to Indonesia clearly demonstrates the need for veterinarians...