Figures showing almost half of young vets had concerns about their mental health in the past year are almost certainly under-reported, according to Vetlife Helpline chairman Rosie Allister.4 mins
The 18th European Society of Veterinary Orthopaedics and Traumatology Congress addressed some of the big issues in the field, from joint disease and bone abnormalities to reconstructive surgery.
A free webinar to help potential veterinary students decide whether they want to enter the profession – and what to do if they choose to – will take place in October.
To mark the 10th annual World Rabies Day today, Mission Rabies is putting into practice this year's theme of "Educate. Vaccinate. Eliminate".
Farmers signed up to the scheme could market their animals as being at lower risk of contracting or passing on the disease, says Cattle Health Certification Standards.
Westway Vets – the north-east's biggest veterinary group – has invested £100,000 converting a former newsagent into its newest branch surgery.
Find out why more and more veterinary practices are using Manx Telecom’s Chameleon Direct SIMs to get the best mobile phone coverage when out on call.8 mins
Virbac and VN Times asked veterinary nurses and other members of the profession to share their top tips to encourage reluctant pets to eat.
Feline hypertension is a significant problem in clinical practice that causes morbidity and mortality in ageing cats.
Kit Sturgess covers diagnostics and therapy methods regarding inflammation of the bladder wall in cats and dogs.36 mins
Peter Edmondson explains the need for, and how to get farmers on board with, a control plan for this condition as a means to reduce antibiotic use and save money.
Andy Durham and Shelly Hann discuss some exotic diseases that potentially pose a risk of incursion into the UK, including country of origin, various clinical signs and methods of treatment.
Emi Barker describes the causes and risk factors of pancreatitis in dogs, various signs, diagnosis, and management options involving fluids, drug therapy and nutrition.
Rebecca Robinson, in the second of a two-part article, explains in more detail methods of fluid therapy available, choosing the required one and rates of administration.
Claire Bloor looks at the prevalence of epilepsy in dogs, as well as diagnosis and treatment developments to help VNs advise clients and patients.