Three leading veterinary schools have strongly defended the ethical importation of dead dogs from the US to provide UK students with essential dissection practice.6 mins
Nutraceutical provider wins the “Excellence in International Trade” award at a ceremony in Salford.
Three equine veterinary publications have joined forces to showcase an online collection of articles on imaging the head and spines of horses.
Veterinary rehabilitation professionals can enhance their knowledge of treating and preventing injuries in agility, working and recreational dogs at a one-day symposium.
A nationwide cattle health programme evaluating risk and recognising good biosecurity could help vets and farmers “fight back” against bTB.
A cutting-edge veterinary education pioneer has been recognised for her role in developing the popular and innovative veterinary education programme at The University of Nottingham.
The Information Commissioner’s Office says the RSPCA “abused the trust” of millions of its donors by secretly screening them so they could target them for more money.
Zoetis' Trocoxil chewable tablets are back in stock following a "supply shortage", says the company.
The president of Vetlife received an “invaluable” donation of £2,500 at London Vet Show to fund the organisation’s activities.
Bayer’s third canine ophthalmology training video is now available: examining the cornea.5 mins
Celebrate the achievements of remarkable people who are dedicated to making animals healthier and happier.
Emma Gerrard RVN offers key recommendations to help implement and maintain infection control protocols.27 mins
Rory O’Connor offers practical advice for VNs to prevent mental health issues occurring – and to ensure you don’t suffer in silence.
Pam Mosedale explains the responsibilities of suitably qualified persons (SQPs) in practice.
RVN Samantha Thompson advises on common festive-related items often within reaching distance of pets that can prove toxic if ingested.
Celia Marr describes methods of treating the virus and spotting the clinical signs.
Jane Davidson mulls over what she fears may be the catastrophic impact on the veterinary nursing sector of Brexit – but urges VNs to support European colleagues.
Peter Edmondson discusses the role of vets in reducing antibiotic use for this condition, as well as common difficulties and ways of managing perceived treatment failure.
The global nature of the equine industry makes it vital to consider the constant risk of notifiable exotic diseases. Josh Slater lists those relevant to the UK and emphasises the importance of awareness and risk-based biosecurity.
Sarah Heath looks at the emotional motivation for dog bites and explains the profession’s role in improving understanding of canine mental health.