StreetVet hopes to create a national directory to establish a listing of practices willing to help care for animals of the homeless in every major UK city.4 mins
Student vets were assessed in three different scenarios to test their communication and team working skills in emergency situations.
More than 40,000 nominations received to honour the exceptional work carried out by some of the best veterinary professionals in the country.
The BVNA wants candidates with “strong commitment to its ideals” to put themselves up for election to its council.
“It’s absolutely amazing to win. Everyone at my practice is a joy to work with, so they’ve played a part in this too” – Veterinary Receptionist of the Year, Kendall Clee.
“Even to be nominated for a Lantra Scotland award is great, so to go one step further and win is such a surprise” – Lauren Attwood, RVN.
Those who own amphibians privately are being asked to enforce strict biosecurity measures to protect the UK’s wild newt population from the catastrophic devastation Batrachochytrium salamandrivorans can cause.
Scientists are capturing 3D and 2D facial images of the breeding sow population in a bid to automatically identify different emotions conveyed by particular facial expressions.
Five veterinary students have the opportunity to win an award of £1,000 for their research project, and an additional £1,000 top prize and £500 runner-up prize.
Commercial washing machines offer a host of benefits over domestic models for busy veterinary practices, where the spread of infection through cross contamination poses a very real threat.
Endoscopy is a fast-growing area of diagnostic procedure, but, as a veterinarian, you may face challenges including cost and reliability.
Royal Canin has an exciting couple of years ahead. Find out about all the upcoming launches here.