MILTON KEYNES, November 10, 2020 – Following an extensive review of its operations, effective 1 January 2021 MSD Animal Health, a division of Merck & Co., Inc., Kenilworth, N.J., USA., will be changing the way it distributes its products in Great Britain, opting to engage more directly with customers. The move is being made so […]
With 2020 on the way to being the hottest year on record leading scientists are warning that our pets are at increased risk from parasites including ticks and fleas.
MSD Animal Health announced the Protect Our Future Too initiative (#Protectourfuturetoo) to raise awareness of the risks to our household pets caused by seasonal changes, such as warmer months in autumn and winter as well as higher temperatures in general.
MSD Animal Health today announced the completion of its previously announced acquisition of the worldwide rights to VECOXAN® (diclazuril), an oral suspension for the prevention and treatment of coccidiosis in calves and lambs, from Elanco Animal Health.
The Gustav Rosenberger Memorial Fund is seeking young and promising bovine veterinarians from all over the world to apply for this year’s grant award to support increased education inbovine veterinary medicine.
MSD Animal Health has launched its new NOBIVAC® Myxo-RHD PLUS. This is the first single shot vaccine that gives rabbits a full 12 months protection from the three main infectious diseases in rabbits
MSD Animal Health has partnered with Easy Direct Debit to provide vet practices with a new telemed platform. From Monday 4 May practices will be able to book consult rooms, and sign up pet owners for online appointments and allow owners to pay in advance.
MSD Animal Health has boosted its library of on-line CPD resources to help vets and animal health professionals communicate remotely and provide technical training content when working from home.
MSD Animal Health is inviting veterinary nurses to apply for the 2020 MSD Animal Health Research Bursary for Veterinary Nurses, supported by the British Veterinary Nursing Association (BVNA).
MSD Animal Health has opened its 2020 Research Bursary for Veterinary Students and is inviting students from universities across the UK to apply. Five veterinary students have the opportunity to win an award of £1,000 for their research project, and an additional £1,000 top prize and £500 runner-up prize.