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New VETEMEX – The Sympathetic Antiemetic

Virbac is pleased to announce the launch of Vetemex, the new sympathetic antiemetic, for the treatment and prevention of vomiting and nausea in dogs and cats. With the active ingredient maropitant, a 56-day broached shelf life and a benzyl alcohol excipient, Vetemex boasts clear benefits for both veterinary surgeons and their patients.

The Use of Ciclosporin in Symmetrical Lupoid Onychitis

A 5 year old female neutered cross-breed dog was seen with an approximate six month history of claw disease.

New Pet Food Business Model for Veterinary Practices

Virbac is delighted to announce the launch of an innovative new pet food business model that allows veterinary practices to adapt, retain and increase their revenue from pet food sales.

New VETERINARY HPM® Wet Diets to Offer a Comprehensive Nutritional Approach to FLUTD

We are pleased to announce the launch of two new wet diets for cats, designed to sit within the proven and established VETERINARY HPM® range, and specially formulated to help prevent and manage FLUTD (Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease), a major health concern in cats.

Complimentary Oncology CPD for Vets & Nurses - Available On Demand

To celebrate the launch of STELFONTA®, a breakthrough injectable solution to treat mast cell tumours in dogs, we are pleased to announce The STELFONTA ‘Seeing is Believing’ webinars; complimentary online CPD for veterinary surgeons and veterinary nurses working in first opinion practice.

The Use of Ciclosporin in Pododermatitis

A five-year-old, neutered, male, West Highland White terrier presented with a lifelong history of painful pododermatitis that started shortly after acquisition at two months of age.

Missing Tilly is reunited with her owner after 17 years, thanks to her Microchip!

A missing cat, Tilly, has been reunited with her owner after 17 years! The remarkable reunion was only made possible because her vet nurse owner Kim had made sure Tilly was microchipped and then updated her microchip details each time she moved house during Tilly’s absence.

Why Should I Use Virbagen Omega in Dogs With Parvovirus?

Parvovirus outbreaks are commonly encountered in the UK, with pockets occurring more frequently in certain areas of the country such as Wales and the North West. Outbreaks within an area can be devastating for both owners and practices alike, with treatment costly and challenging. However, rapid implementation of intensive treatment can improve prognosis.

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