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Top Line up for BVCS Conference

THE BRITISH VETERINARY CAMELID SOCIETY will hold its 2017 Conference at the Manor House Hotel at Castle Combe over the weekend of November 18 and 19. The speakers include:

David Pugh, director of the Alabama State Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory System who has received five university and five national awards for teaching and was the 2006 recipient of the AM Mills Award for contributions to veterinary medicine.

Alex McSloy works at the Farm Animal Hospital at the Royal Veterinary College and was involved in the British Alpaca Society Caring for Alpacas DVD.

Jenny Grewel, a self-employed vet in Wiltshire, who became the first vet to complete the Certificate in Camelid Practice.

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