News & Exhibitions

Many practices are on the edge of starting laparoscopy, others may have some of the kit but need some impetus to get going properly. This course is designed to help both groups!

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Depuy Synthes

26/03/2018

Today, it has been announced that a leading global medical technology company has signed a distribution agreement with Freelance Surgical Ltd for their veterinary orthopaedic range.

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BSAVA 2018

05/02/2018

3 new partnerships, 30 additional pages of products, new improved layout. Our new catalogue has finally arrived! Check out the latest catalogue. We've been busy adding new lines and forming new partnerships. We hope you like it!...

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The course is a concise and detailed coverage of the Fusion TTA procedure to treat lameness induced by cranial cruciate ligament damage and comprises of a balanced mix of theory...

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The continued existence of vultures and many species of birds of prey hangs in the balance in India, South Africa and Bulgaria. 

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It's not very often you get up close and personal with a tiger, but company director James Towler had been asked to assist by providing the kit required for the

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On behalf of the BVOA, thank you very much for your invaluable support in helping us to stage the Introductory ESF course in Edinburgh. 

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As a charity we rely on the generosity of businesses to continue our work. Dealing with Freelance Surgical has been both a pleasure and of great benefit to us...

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One of Freelances key values is to listen to our customers, sourcing reliable and good quality products to fulfil their requirements. Recently, we’ve increased our rabbit and rodent dental instrument range to provide a holistic choice. 

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World Vet Day!

26/04/2017

World Veterinary Day (WVD) will take place globally on 29 April 2017.This event aims to highlight and promote the different facets of the work performed by veterinarians all over the world and to raise awareness of their contribution to improve animal health and welfare, as well as public health. Each year, a different topic is selected by the World Veterinary Association (WVA) and the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) which are at the initiative of this event.

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