Parasitologist urges vets to remain vigilant and strongly recommend tick checks and preventive products to clients in wake of UK's third geographical babesiosis outbreak.8 mins
Vets are urged to share their views on kitten neutering with the Cat Population Control Group at the London Vet Show on November 16 and 17.
A host of new technologies, topics and techniques feature in the third version of the association’s manual.
A South African man has been handed a prison term for fraudulently practising as a veterinary surgeon, following an RCVS tip-off to the police.
Delegates at SPVS/VPMA day to be held in Newbury in November will hear how to improve the profitability of their practices from two industry experts.
The Boehringer Ingelheim product has been granted the extension after a study demonstated efficacy in delaying onset of heart failure in dogs with asymptomatic mitral valve disease.
UK Government scientists have made a genetic breakthrough they believe could represent a step forward in the fight against a severe and often fatal disease of swine.
New International Society of Feline Medicine site aims to provide resources and advice for practices hoping to gain Cat Friendly Clinic accreditation.
A CPD event sponsored by the Veterinary Christian Fellowship will explore developments in the treatment of feline pancreas and liver disease.
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Natasha Mitchell discusses various ocular diseases affecting dogs that are seen in veterinary practice, as well as treatment strategies.53 mins
Jonathan Anderson looks at the anatomy of the distal phalanx and hoof before describing related foot conditions in the horse.
In his second Grad Expectations, David Beeston discusses the limbo between finals and starting a job.
The second of a two-part Exotic Encounters article by Elisabetta Mancinelli focuses on rats, looking at the latest findings in the species.
Wendela Wapenaar details the importance of knowledge and communication when working with farmers to improve animal health.
Hany Elsheikha discusses the importance of raising the awareness of parasite protection with owners, especially all year-round.
Ian Wright, in the second of a two-part article, looks at the rapidly evolving danger of Echinococcus multilocularis establishing in the UK.
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VN Times editor Rebecca Hubbard introduces two tales of VNs heading to South Africa to assist in relieving the plight of the rhino.2 mins
RVNs Sara Harman and Jade Juniper describe their practice’s experiences with a TV crew as it filmed the team’s every move for a behind-the-scenes CBBC children’s show...
RVN Scott Parry – using his practice’s health plan as an example – offers advice on what his peers can do if they wish to get on board...
BVNA council member Erika Feilberg reflects on her time as a member of the BVNA and what the association has achieved since she got involved.
RVN Emma Gerrard, with Guy Fawkes Night on the horizon, looks at what advice VNs can give owners to help petrified pets cope through this period.
Anaesthesia is challenging enough, and in neonatal and paediatric patients, even more so. RVN Louise O’Dwyer offers some help in this tricky area.
RVN Wendy Sneddon attempts to help VNs in team situations – as manager, leader or member – be the best they can be to benefit both staff morale and business potential.