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  1. Donation from the Goat Veterinary Society

    A vet research team have identified an ageing population of horses in the UK for the first time ever thanks to funding from the Animal Welfare Foundation (AWF).   Dr John Marshall and his team at the School of Veterinary Medicine, Glasgow investigate equine disease through the use of multicentre electronic medical record analysis, using […]
  2. AWF welcomes new trustees

    A vet research team have identified an ageing population of horses in the UK for the first time ever thanks to funding from the Animal Welfare Foundation (AWF).   Dr John Marshall and his team at the School of Veterinary Medicine, Glasgow investigate equine disease through the use of multicentre electronic medical record analysis, using […]
  3. Reptile Awareness

    A vet research team have identified an ageing population of horses in the UK for the first time ever thanks to funding from the Animal Welfare Foundation (AWF).   Dr John Marshall and his team at the School of Veterinary Medicine, Glasgow investigate equine disease through the use of multicentre electronic medical record analysis, using […]
  4. Vets to debate benefits of pre-purchase consultation at the year’s top animal welfare event

    A vet research team have identified an ageing population of horses in the UK for the first time ever thanks to funding from the Animal Welfare Foundation (AWF).   Dr John Marshall and his team at the School of Veterinary Medicine, Glasgow investigate equine disease through the use of multicentre electronic medical record analysis, using […]
  5. Veterinary Nursing Awareness Month

    A vet research team have identified an ageing population of horses in the UK for the first time ever thanks to funding from the Animal Welfare Foundation (AWF).   Dr John Marshall and his team at the School of Veterinary Medicine, Glasgow investigate equine disease through the use of multicentre electronic medical record analysis, using […]
  6. Why you should be attending the 2018 Discussion Forum

    A vet research team have identified an ageing population of horses in the UK for the first time ever thanks to funding from the Animal Welfare Foundation (AWF).   Dr John Marshall and his team at the School of Veterinary Medicine, Glasgow investigate equine disease through the use of multicentre electronic medical record analysis, using […]
  7. Exotics vet overcomes spider bite and scorching heat to raise vital funds for animal welfare at London Marathon

    A vet research team have identified an ageing population of horses in the UK for the first time ever thanks to funding from the Animal Welfare Foundation (AWF).   Dr John Marshall and his team at the School of Veterinary Medicine, Glasgow investigate equine disease through the use of multicentre electronic medical record analysis, using […]
  8. Q&A with Discussion Forum speaker Stephanie Writer-Davies

    A vet research team have identified an ageing population of horses in the UK for the first time ever thanks to funding from the Animal Welfare Foundation (AWF).   Dr John Marshall and his team at the School of Veterinary Medicine, Glasgow investigate equine disease through the use of multicentre electronic medical record analysis, using […]
  9. Shire Insurance Services donates to AWF

    A vet research team have identified an ageing population of horses in the UK for the first time ever thanks to funding from the Animal Welfare Foundation (AWF).   Dr John Marshall and his team at the School of Veterinary Medicine, Glasgow investigate equine disease through the use of multicentre electronic medical record analysis, using […]
  10. Q&A with Discussion Forum speaker Simon Wheeler

    A vet research team have identified an ageing population of horses in the UK for the first time ever thanks to funding from the Animal Welfare Foundation (AWF).   Dr John Marshall and his team at the School of Veterinary Medicine, Glasgow investigate equine disease through the use of multicentre electronic medical record analysis, using […]