Australia’s largest feline festival returns

In 2021, Australians owned an estimated 4.9 million pet cats with a staggering 24 per cent obtained during the pandemic. With a new wave of passionate feline families in our midst, the return of the Melbourne Cat Lovers Show couldn’t be better timed. Almost three years since the last event was staged, organisers have landed…

Hill’s and Vet-AI in preventive health collaboration

Paul Imrie Nutrition firm working with veterinary technology company, alongside third investor, aims to allow development of artificial intelligence-powered tech solutions for veterinary practices. A three-way collaboration has been agreed to develop future artificial intelligence (AI)-powered technology for use in veterinary practices. Hill’s Pet Nutrition and veterinary technology company Vet-AI have entered into a strategic…

World Veterinary Day 2022 recognizes veterinary resilience

orld Veterinary Day on April 30, 2022 is an opportunity to recognize and celebrate all the contributions veterinarians make to the health of animals. The theme this year is “strengthening veterinary resilience.” 1 The World Veterinary Association (WVA) first created World Veterinary Day in 2000 as an annual celebration of the veterinary profession and the…