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CUVZS Michaelmas Term Card 2018

The termcard for Michaelmas is now up! 
We’ve got a wide variety of talks this term, including an
exotic vision talk from David Williams, specifically aimed at preclins!
Looking forward to seeing you all soon!

You can now buy advance tickets for the 2018 CUVZS Garden Party!

Where: Murray Edwards College, Library Court
When: 12-3PM on the 21st June

TICKET INFORMATION:

Advance Tickets: £6 Member/£8 Non-member

Limited tickets will be available on the door (cash only) for an additional £1.

For more information and online ticket booking, click here.

 

This week’s talk on Wildlife & Field Medicine in Malawi & the Developing World, will be given by Heather Anholt and Catherine Wood from the Lilongwe Wildlife Trust. Between them, they have a wealth of experience in providing veterinary care and husbandry of rescued and rehabilitated wildlife – ranging from disease surveillance to wildlife anaesthesia and field medicine.

This promises to be a really engaging talk and a welcome break from Easter term revision!

As always, food at 6:15, talk at 6:30 in LT2 – FREE for members, £1 for non-members.

UPDATE:
If anyone would like a copy of the presentation from the talk – please get in touch!

It is with great pleasure we announce the new CUVZS committee for the forthcoming year:

 

Kloe Storrie – President

Rory Scrace – Vice President

Emma Davies – Treasurer

Belle Scowen – Secretary

Sam Kitson-Platt – Webmaster

Laura Weston – Publicity

 

We would like to take the opportunity to say a huge thank-you to Hannah, James, Sam, Henry and Georgie for all the hard work they have put into CUZVS over the last year, bringing a wide range of engaging talks and fun practicals to the vet school.

We can’t to get stuck in over the next year and are going to put our all into making it one of the best yet!

See you all next term!

CUVZS love,

Committee 2018-19

 

 


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Cambridge University Veterinary Zoological Society invites you to the highlight of the vet social calendar, the CUVZS garden party! There will be a variety of food and drink for everyone’s taste, as well as games and a raffle with great prizes, all for charity. And for the main event: a petting zoo! Zoo4you will be bringing a range of their amazing animals, from snakes to small furries, so come along to the Murray Edwards Library Court from 12-3 on the 20th June for an afternoon of fun!

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Below are some pictures from the awesome garden parties of previous years.

For more photos check out our Photo Gallery!

There are also many photos on our Facebook page!

If you have any suggestions on how to make our Garden Party even better, please let us know! You can contact any of our committee members.


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You can now buy advance tickets for the 2016 CUVZS Garden Party! 

TICKET INFORMATION:

Advance Tickets: £5 Member/£7 Non-member

Limited tickets will be available on the door at £6 Member/£8 Non-member

Tickets can be purchased via the link below:

http://goo.gl/forms/Kau2MpTMSWcAO2F62

 

This event is kindly sponsored by Provet Cloud.

For more information about Provet Cloud please visit www.provet.info.

This year’s garden party will take place on Monday 13th of June at Murray Edwards College!

We hope you will be able to join us.

Ticketing information will follow shortly.

Save The Date!

-CUVZS Committee 2016

Take a break and join CUVZS for our FREE exam de-stress session!

Sue White (One of our lovely 6th Year students) will be bringing in her ferrets and rats!

There will also be tea, cake and other refreshments.

Time: 5-6pm

Venue: SCR, Cambridge Vet School.

 

This week’s CUVZS talk will be “How can we stem the tide of unsuitable pets?”, by Alan Hewitt from Morley Exotic Animal Rescue.


“I will be basing the talk around the governments review into pet ownership where the emphasis was on exotic pets, and the potential proposals discussed to limit or license ownership. Some incredible facts were revealed and a huge array of arguments at the recent All Party Parliamentary Group on Animal Welfare meeting at the House of Commons. I was present as a member of the group and took part and this is the first step towards future legislation. In essence then I will discuss the moral and ethical debate and the probable proposed legislation, and its impact on the animal and pet industries. I am looking forward to it and I expect lively disagreement among those attending, just as there was in parliament!”.

Alan will also be bringing along a skunk and a giant python from the centre, so there will be LIVE ANIMALS (just in case you needed any more convincing!)

As always, the talk starts at 6:30pm (6:15 for cake), free for members/£1 for non-members.

 

This week’s talk is being given by Livia Benato, who is coming to talk to us about some interesting small mammal case studies, hopefully looking at a range of small furry species.

Livia is a European Recognised Specialist in Small Mammal Medicine. She completed a residency at Edinburgh Vet School in rabbit and exotic animal medicine, worked for a year as Veterinary Officer for Chester Zoo and as a Univeristy Clinician at Glasgow Vet School. She now works as a small mammal and exotics Veterinary Associate at CityVets in Exeter.
This should be a really interesting, clinically relevant talk, so come along to LT2 at 6:30pm (6:15 for cake!). It’s free for members/£1 for non-members.
Click attending on the fb event here, so we know how much cake to bring!