How cosy is your pet?

2nd November 2015

As part of its mission to celebrate healthy, happy pets and, through the www.pethealthinfo.org.uk website, to encourage owners to seek expert advice on pet healthcare, the National Office of Animal Health (NOAH) is ...

Has your pet got what it takes to be a calendar star?

27th October 2015

If you’ve got a pet that’s a picture of health and can strike a pose, the National Office of Animal Health has just the competition for you. As part of its mission to celebrate healthy, happy pets and through the Pet...

All Party Parliamentary Group on Antibiotics report on ‘Non-human use of Antibiotics’ fails to recognise good work already done in animal health – NOAH

The National Office of Animal Health (NOAH) has commented on the publication of the report published by the All Party Parliamentary Group on Antibiotics (APPG): “Non-human uses of antibiotics: time to restrict their use?

Dawn Howard appointed as Chief Executive Officer for the National Office of Animal Health (NOAH)

24th October 2015

The NOAH Board is delighted to announce that Dawn Howard will be taking over from Phil Sketchley as CEO from November 11th 2014.

Blossom the chicken from Milton Keynes and 10-year-old Aimee Doe named the nation’s best pet friends!

20th October 2015

After searching for Britain’s best pet friends as part of its ‘I Heart My Pet’ campaign, the National Office of Animal Health (NOAH) is pleased to announce they’ve found it in Blossom, a chicken from Milton Keynes, and..

Who is your pet’s best friend?

1st September 2015

As part of its mission to celebrate healthy, happy pets and, through the www.pethealthinfo.org.uk website, to encourage owners to seek expert advice on pet healthcare, the National Office of Animal Health (NOAH) is ...

Dogs Bubb and Ching from Cornwall named Britain’s most playful pets!

28th August 2015

After searching for Britain’s most playful pets as part of its ‘I Heart My Pet’ campaign, the National Office of Animal Health (NOAH) is pleased to announce they’ve found them in Bubb and Ching, two Hungarian Vizslas ...