Level of complaints to profession’s mediation service highest since its launch – with announcement coming the same week BVA reveals extent of client abuse against veterinary teams.10 mins
Eleven-year-old Sparky had a “football-sized” growth of fat surgically removed from his abdomen after it had begun to displace some of his internal organs.
“Behavioural problems have rightly been a focus of perceived risk and concern among the veterinary profession and animal welfare organisations. And that is borne out in the report…” – PDSA senior vet Sean Wensley
North-east referral practice carries out second ankle replacement on a Labrador retriever using an innovative system – two years after first procedure with same system on another ankle.
Specialist at Essex practice operates on 17-year-old tortoise left with a prolapsed penis after trying to pass an extremely large bladder stone.
RCVS coronavirus survey will ask veterinary professionals to provide evidence of how COVID-19 has impacted experiences of working in profession.
Close to 6 in 10 vets in clinical practice felt intimidated by clients’ language or behaviour during the coronavirus pandemic – a rise of 10 percentage points on 2019.
The UK-wide simulation (22 to 23 July) is being staged to test the country’s response to a potential future outbreak of African swine fever.
Small animal association has 103 leaflets after adding 8 new additions to its series of literature suitable for clients.
Dechra Veterinary Products has launched Mirataz®, the first and only veterinary licensed transdermal medication for weight gain in cats.
Big claims about the widespread influence of the intestinal microbiome have caught the imagination of scientists, veterinary professionals, pet owners and celebrities alike, but what are the facts?
By Hannah Capon MA Vet MB MRCVS, director and founder of Canine Arthritis Management.
In this podcast on epilepsy – sponsored by Vetbromide, the latest addition to TVM’s epilepsy range of product – we talk about when to treat epilepsy in dogs, what with, and how to monitor patients effectively.
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Vetbromide is the latest addition to TVM’s Epilepsy Management System, and is the only potassium bromide product licensed for adjunct and monotherapy use.