NOAH response to O’Neill Report on Antimicrobials in Agriculture

8th December 2015

NOAH (National Office of Animal Health) has welcomed the global approach in the Antimicrobials in Agriculture and the Environment document produced by the independent O’Neill Review on Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR)...

NOAH supports industry over farm antibiotic use

27th November 2015

NOAH has supported the animal medicines industry and the responsible use of antibiotics on farms through a letter to The Times published yesterday.
NOAH responded to an earlier letter from the President of the Royal...

New NOAH Compendium now available!

20th November 2015

Marking the unveiling of a special 30th anniversary NOAH logo, the 2016 edition of the NOAH Compendium of Data Sheets for Animal Medicines has been published and a free copy sent to each veterinary practice in the UK...

NOAH speaks at RUMA/VMD Conference — Responsible Use: Ideas Into Action

3rd November 2015

“NOAH is investing in its Compendium to ensure veterinary medicines information is more accessible and easy to use, to support responsible use,” said Chief Executive of the National Office of Animal Health (NOAH), ...

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?