Benefits of pets to older people celebrated at House of Lords — changes are needed to ensure this relationship can thrive
The way in which pets bring support and joy to the lives of older people was celebrated at the National Office of Animal Health (NOAH)’s Pet Event on 20 January, at the House of Lords. But the event also highlighted...
NOAH welcomes release of Commission’s proposals package for revised legislation for veterinary medicines and medicated feed
The European Commission in Brussels has today published its proposed package for revised legislation for veterinary medicines and medicated feed.
Harvey the Staffordshire Bull Terrier is Nation’s Smiliest Pet
The National Office of Animal Health (NOAH) has announced that Staffordshire Bull Terrier Harvey, from Horley in Surrey, has been crowned the country’s smiliest pet.
NOAH produces briefing paper on antimicrobials in veterinary medicines
NOAH has produced a briefing paper on antimicrobials in veterinary medicines, to help Members of Parliament and Peers remain well-informed about this important topic.
NOAH response to Select Committee on Science and Technology report on Antimicrobial Resistance
However, he explained, just as for people, there are occasions when antibiotics need to be used to prevent or control outbreaks of bacterial disease, in the same way as they used are in human medicine, for example in ...
David Ellerton elected NOAH chairman for 2014
David Ellerton has been elected as Chairman of NOAH (National Office of Animal Health) for 2014, following this year’s NOAH AGM in London on 15 May. David is Managing Director of Virbac Ltd. A member of the NOAH Board...
NCAH prizes awarded at NOAH annual dinner
The highest scoring candidates that gained the NOAH Certificate of Animal Health (NCAH) during 2013 received prizes at the NOAH annual dinner in London on 15 May.