Together the George Veterinary Group will be making an everlasting impact on men's health by supporting Movember.
We'd like to introduce you to Laura Hancox who joined the team in October 2013. She qualified at the Royal Veterinary College in 2009. Since graduating she has also completed a PhD at the University of Nottingham, focusing on managing gut health of the young pig.
As we approach the firework season we offer a few helpful tips in preparation
October's Newsletter has been written by Tom Oxtoby and covers Herd Genetics and also New Forest Eye disease.
Congratulations to Ciara on successfully completing her post grad certificate Intensive Livestock Production. The achievement is notable too for the fact that so few recent graduates complete the certificate as early in their career. Well done Ciara from all of us.
We also look forward to welcoming Laura Hancox into the Pig Team from 14th October to build on our existing skill base. Laura has recently completed her PhD at Nottingham University and will be out meeting you all, starting with next week's Pig Fair. Please give Laura the usual warm welcome.
This month's webinar includes the updated liver fluke forecast, lungworm, Ostertagiosis and lice in cattle and parasite gastroenteritis in sheep, including advice on worming and quarantining purchased animals.
From 1st October we are delighted to be taking the farm clients previously of the Avenue Veterinary Centre (Bristol), and their animals, into our care. We'd like to extend a warm welcome to all and look forward to working together and delivering the highest level of care and service - we offer a comprehensive range of services and with 14 dedicated Farm Vets we have a wealth of management skills and experience.