The RCVS disciplinary committee has ended an inquiry against a Hampshire-based vet after it found no case of “serious” professional misconduct against him – despite finding the majority of charges against him proved.8 mins
The BVA says it is “appalled” at the vote by legislators to reintroduce the tail docking of certain classes of working dogs in Scotland.
BEVA has defended the work equine vets do to safeguard horse welfare, stating “profit must not be confused with a lack of passion”.
A vet appointment has hailed the start of a new era for a Northumberland town’s oldest veterinary practice.
Research from the RVC has shown brachycephalic dogs are 11 times more susceptible to corneal ulcerative disease compared to non-brachycephalics.
Cardiovascular researchers have the opportunity to apply for a project grant to help enhance knowledge around the topic.
Staff from Vets4Pets and Petplan raise hundreds of pounds for Bath Cats and Dogs Home at the charity's annual kennel lock-in.
Veterinary staff are being encouraged to remember a simple acronym to help wildlife hospitals get animals back to the wild and avoid unnecessary captivity.
Emma Turner was nominated for the City and Guilds Medal for Excellence after achieving outstanding results for each aspect of her RVN training.
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Hany Elsheikha discusses helminth and protozoa infections, their clinical impact, detection methods and control strategies .36 mins
Sonya Miles describes the case of a panther chameleon that presented with these symptoms, along with grip weakness.
Vanessa Biggle begins the first in a series on how the profession can help reduce rehoming numbers by looking at neutering.
Albane Fauron and Karen Perry look at the physiology of disordered function associated with this condition, in the first of a three-part article.
Roger Evans discusses a significant day for his farm.
Tessa Cornell recounts her four weeks spent with dedicated professionals from an Egyptian working animal charity.
Emily Simcock offers some observations following her move back to clinical farm practice in the latest in the Practice Notes series.
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VN Times editor Rebecca Hubbard continues our look at compulsory microchipping legislation one year on, talking to VNs about how the law impacted practice both immediately after implementation, and 12 months later.15 mins
RVN Wendy Sneddon – considering practices are businesses that need to make money, and that VNs could probably do with knowing a little more about this – offers readers business finance explanations and tips for improving performance...
Marge Chandler, in the final of a two-part article, discusses the complex relationship of obesity and health, and how VNs can help owners manage the condition in pets.
VN Times editor Rebecca Hubbard looks at the efficacy of the tools, materials, CPD and training that accompany production of antiparasitic pharmaceuticals.
May might be over, but, as RVN and BVNA regional coordinator Gemma Reeve explains, it doesn’t mean it’s time to stop pushing the profession forward...
RVN Charlotte Beard shares how her need to travel set off an obsession with all things elephant and welfare...
This month, Louise O’Dwyer takes a look at refeeding syndrome, how to avoid it and what to actually do instead...
Phil Cramp, partner at Hambleton Equine Clinic, discusses the benefits of Hyonate® in equine synovial disease.
Miele Professional shares how you can control the risk of infection in your practice with a commercial laundry system.
ROYAL CANIN®’s Dermatology range offers a diet for every stage of your nutritional management of cats and dogs with Dermatosis.