Vets Now announces Royal Armouries Museum and New Dock Hall will be home to emergency and critical care streams for next year’s event on 8 and 9 November.5 mins
NSAID with “easy to give” award from the International Society of Feline Medicine now licensed for pain associated with chronic musculoskeletal disorders.
“We were amazed how he managed to swallow it” – vets get straight to the point after puppy swallows a toy arrow almost the length of its body.
Bird flu viruses could escape vaccine immunity while increasing potential to infect humans, according to research led by The Pirbright Institute.
More than 30,000 cat and dog neutering cases examined to provide data on percentage of abnormalities in spay versus castrate procedures.
Bodies unite to protect the public from “dodgy pet sellers”, and ensure any animal advertised online by classified websites is done so legally and ethically.
Richard Sutcliffe – who was convicted of two counts of common assault by beating and of undertaking, or attempting to undertake, non-emergency surgery on the eyelid of a person – receives suspension for six months.
Five cases of feline tuberculosis have been confirmed in households across England, with some of the affected households believed to have suffered multiple feline infections.
European specialist Laurent Garosi will lead a new teleneurology service for the reporting of MRI scans and imparting neurology advice.
Visit the Virbac stand at London Vet Show for your chance to win one of the last two golden tickets!
A vet’s day can be unpredictable and so are their patients. You need a FUJIFILM SonoSite portable ultrasound to go where and when you need it.