NOAH support for responsible animal medicine use through new technologies
Speaking today at the NFU Conference in Birmingham, Donal Murphy, Technical Executive for NOAH and veterinary surgeon, explained how the animal medicines industry offers British vets and farmers a great deal to support..
MSD Animal Health found in breach of NOAH Code on promotion
At its meeting on 12 December 2014, the NOAH Code of Practice Committee, chaired by Mr Guy Tritton, heard one case.
Four UK pets become calendar stars with National Office of Animal Health’s latest campaign
From a cat to a bearded dragon, pets chosen as the ‘pictures of health’ in nationwide competition
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.