A horse called Elvis, which couldn’t help falling in mud, found a good luck charm in vets Will Allman and Becky Piper.2 mins
A tiny collar made by a quick-thinking VN in Basildon is helping a four-month-old Syrian hamster recover from a hindleg amputation.
NexGard Spectra is now the only product that prevents lungworm and kills ticks.
A leading canine charity is appealing for volunteers to act as temporary "foster carers" to help pets caught in the middle of their owners’ abusive relationships.
Representatives from independent practices across the UK were given an introduction to the world of Vet Dynamics at a bootcamp event near Birmingham.
Northwest Surgeons has rebranded as Northwest Veterinary Specialists, following significant investment into facilities and people.
Scientists at Ghent University have made an important development in the field of assisted reproduction in the horse by creating a test tube foal from a vitrified immature oocyte.
More than 20 volunteers turned up to help a team from Whitstable Bay Veterinary Centre undertake a litter cleaning session on a nearby beach.
The AHT is looking for horse owners and vets to get involved in a new study into pituitary pars intermedia dysfunction (PPID).
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John Dawson, in the second part of his article, describes three steps to processing and maintaining the quality of oocytes.24 mins
Ellen Lavender discusses recharging the batteries and sampling the natural life in the Pacific Ocean national park.
Hany Elsheikha discusses the clinical impact of key ectoparasites, as well as strategies for effective therapeutic control.
Karen Perry looks at existing and future treatment options regarding degenerative joint disease occurring in feline patients.
Andy Durham explores the types and diagnostic techniques for this common concern, and its contribution to airway disease.
David Harwood reveals findings from an unused audit summary on cases of cattle culled in England and Wales from 1999 to 2003.
Alison Howey continuing her series of law articles, looks at the legal provisions of some acts, regulations and orders – and the vet’s role should they be contravened.
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Richard Morris looks at the stages of diagnosing and treating equine dermal allergic reactions, along with the VN's role in achieving these, using case studies as examples.21 mins
RVN Louise O’Dwyer uses May’s Nursing Notes to take a (condensed) look at the Rule of 20.
RVN Stacey Bullock looks at the problem with training placements for SVNs and asks readers to consider whether their practice could help...
With May hosting Mental Health Awareness Week, RVN Emma Gerrard reminds us all it’s okay to struggle, it’s good to say so, and you are not alone...
VN Times editor Rebecca Hubbard talks to VNs “at the coalface” about how the Government’s decision to make dog microchipping a legal requirement impacted immediately after and 12 months later...
Royal Canin's John O'Connor looks at how to treat dermatosis in cats and dogs by exploring the range of diets the company offers, which now has one for every stage of the nutritional management of such cases.
RVN Louise O’Dwyer discusses the importance of nutrition in emergency situations, exploring calorie requirements, assisted feeding and the wonderful world of feeding tubes.
Jenny Helm, senior veterinary clinician at University of Glasgow, discusses the recent tick media attention and the stats vets should be aware of.
ROYAL CANIN®’s dermatology range now offers a diet for every stage of your nutritional management of cats and dogs with dermatosis.