NCAH top students rewarded at NOAH dinner
The highest scoring candidates that gained the NOAH Certificate of Animal Health (NCAH) during 2014 received prizes at the NOAH annual dinner in London on 21 May.
First prize of Â£100 went to overall winner ...
Catherine Sayer elected as NOAH Chair for 2015
Brought up on a hill farm in Wensleydale, Yorkshire and with broad experience across the key animal medicine market sectors of companion animal, equine and pigs, Cat is currently Director of Forum Animal Health...
PREVENTING PNEUMONIA IN CALVES SCOOPS TOP WRITING PRIZE
The National Office of Animal Health (NOAH) has announced the winner and runner-up for the British Guild of Agricultural Journalists’ NOAH Writer/Broadcaster of the Year 2014 award.
First prize went to Rachel...
National Office of Animal Health searches for Britain’s brightest-eyed pets
If you have a pet with beautiful eyes, the National Office of Animal Health (NOAH) has the perfect competition for you. As part of its mission to celebrate happy, healthy pets, NOAH is looking for the brightest, most...
Future MPs support NOAH Animal Health manifesto
The National Office of Animal Health (NOAH) has reported very positive feedback on the manifesto it launched a few weeks ago ahead of next week’s General Election.
The document was sent to thousands of prospective ...
We take more than 3 billion snaps of our pets every year say animal-loving Brits
Pet owners across the UK take more than 3 billion pictures of their pets every year according to new research by the National Office of Animal Health (NOAH).
NOAH sets out to create the biggest ever picture of UK pet health as part of ‘I Heart My Pet’ 2015 campaign
The National Office of Animal Health (NOAH) is set to launch a brand new campaign aimed at creating the UK’s biggest ever picture of pet health.