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Media releases from the Australian Veterinary Association

Welcome to the Australian Veterinary Association’s online newsroom. Here you can find out the latest news from the AVA across the veterinary profession. 

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With parts of Australia expected to experience high temperatures this weekend, the Australian Veterinary Association (AVA) is providing practical tips on how to help livestock and horses cope during hot weather.
In the lead up to the South Australia state election, the Australian Veterinary Association (AVA) is calling on the incoming government to commit to making renting fairer for pet owners.
With a state election fast-approaching, the Australian Veterinary Association (AVA) Tasmanian Division is calling on the incoming government to commit to better animal disease surveillance.
For Australia’s beef and dairy cattle producers, early and accurate pregnancy testing is making a marked impact on productivity and farm profits.
The peak body for veterinarians, the Australian Veterinary Association (AVA), has welcomed the announcement of a new initiative aimed at improving biosecurity surveillance and protecting Australia’s favourable disease-free status.
From the Sydney Basin to the Peel region in Western Australia, peri-urban farms exist across Australia and play a greater role in Australia’s food production and food security than you might think.
This weekend, veterinarians and veterinary nurses from across the Territory will gather to learn all the latest in veterinary medicine at the Australian Veterinary Association (AVA) Northern Territory Conference.
A study conducted by the University of Sydney has confirmed that vaccination against the deadly Hendra virus does not affect the performance of racing horses.
With parts of Australia expected to experience heatwaves today and over the weekend, the Australian Veterinary Association (AVA) is providing practical tips on how to keep animals cool.
With parts of Australia expected to experience heatwaves over the weekend, the Australian Veterinary Association (AVA) is providing practical tips on how to help livestock and horses cope during hot weather.

Further information 

For all newsroom enquiries, please contact the Australian Veterinary Association's media office at media@ava.com.au