NATOM - An anatomical map of the cat and dog which allows you to move about the animal, showing all body systems including at muscular, vascular and skeletal levels.
Webinars – Royal Canin offers specialist webinars in a variety of topics across many aspects of canine and feline nutrition partnering with industry-leading experts to deliver the most up-to-date and relevant information for vets.
Vet Focus online magazines - Founded in 1990, Veterinary Focus is a 3 times a year medical and scientific journal for the Veterinary Practitioner specialising in pets, in particular cats and dogs.
At the start of each year we provide a few things to help you with your studies – this year we’ll be giving out welly boot bags (perfect for HACCs in the first few months of uni!), diaries and water bottles.
As 4th years start their clinical years we’ll be providing them with a range of freebies, including diaries, fob watches, boot bags and water bottles!
Our Nutritional Roadshow 2017
Sarah Heath, an external lecturer at the University of Liverpool will be touring the UK vet school’s giving a talk on how we can use nutrition to manage an animal’s behaviour. Sarah will be coming to Leahurst on Wednesday the 25th of October at 7pm (pizza @ 6:30). Check out our poster for more information!
“Vet Student Network – Royal Canin”
Give us a like on Facebook to keep up to date with the latest nutritional research and information about upcoming webinars and talks! Royal Canin also runs competitions relating to nutrition on the page with some really good prizes being given out! In addition to those competitions run on the page, each year we run our own Liverpool Uni Photo Competition with students from every year taking part. This year’s winner, Christina (with 240 votes!), won a Littmann Stethoscope and a canvas of her picture. The runner up, Alice, won a “Clinical Medicine of the Dog and Cat” textbook.
This year’s winner, Christina (with 240 votes!), won a Littmann Stethoscope and a canvas of her picture.
The runner up, Alice, won a “Clinical Medicine of the Dog and Cat” textbook.
Each year we’re able to support one or two Vet Societies, helping them to grow and enhance students’ experiences here at Liverpool Vet School. Last year we were proud to sponsor the new Liverpool Small Animal Veterinary Society (LSAVS) and the Emergency and Critical Care Club over at Leahurst.
In September we’ll be sending out sponsorship requests so keep an eye on your emails!
Last Year's Talks
Nutritional Roadshow 2016 – Marge Chandler, one of the UK’s few board-certified nutritionist discussed 2 clinical cases and talked us through a nutritional assessment. A great success and extremely interesting – hopefully everyone took something useful from it!
Feeding the Working Dog (in association with LSAVS) – Lee Danks from Royal Canin guided us through the complexities of feeding a working dog. It was a hugely interactive talk and an awesome way to connect LSAVS and Royal Canin.
Royal Canin Rep - Rob Noble
Year Group: 3rd Interesting Fact - I only found out last year I am slightly colour blind Favourite Place In Liverpool - The view at the top of the Anglican cathedral is amazing, you can see the whole of Liverpool and across the Mersey. It took me until the end of 2nd year to go up there, but I wish I had gone up sooner! Words of Wisdom - Make the most of all the opportunities thrown your way Hobbies/Clubs/Interest- UOTC (Uni officer training corps), Vet Hockey and Uni Tennis. Email - email@example.com