A neglected, but devastating, livestock disease that poses a threat to ruminants in Europe could be fought with better-coordinated vaccine strategies, scientists have said.5 mins
The VMD has issued a product defect recall alert for specified batches of a pour-on cattle ectoparasiticide due to reported leakage problems.
Tickets remain for this year’s Cx Congress at the East Midlands Conference Centre on 17 June.
A study of dog DNA has revealed a genetic mutation linked to flat face shapes, such as those seen in pugs and bulldogs.
Research finds elastic resistance bands can increase dynamic stability of horses in trot – and prevent, or treat, lameness and back problems in equines.
Veterinary experts, doctors and scientists have come together in a one health coalition to drive the acquisition of knowledge into one of the UK’s most baffling and lethal canine diseases.
Heart rate variability is an established risk factor for mortality in both healthy dogs and animals with heart failure, according to a study.
Staff have promoted the “awesome and important” role veterinary nurses play by throwing their own careers event for Veterinary Nursing Awareness Month 2017.
A solid contribution from its vet practices and openings has helped Pets at Home post a significant jump in sales for the year to 30 March.
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John Dawson, in the second part of his article, describes three steps to processing and maintaining the quality of oocytes.24 mins
Ellen Lavender discusses recharging the batteries and sampling the natural life in the Pacific Ocean national park.
Hany Elsheikha discusses the clinical impact of key ectoparasites, as well as strategies for effective therapeutic control.
Karen Perry looks at existing and future treatment options regarding degenerative joint disease occurring in feline patients.
Andy Durham explores the types and diagnostic techniques for this common concern, and its contribution to airway disease.
David Harwood reveals findings from an unused audit summary on cases of cattle culled in England and Wales from 1999 to 2003.
Alison Howey continuing her series of law articles, looks at the legal provisions of some acts, regulations and orders – and the vet’s role should they be contravened.
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RVN Ruth Clooney-Power powers through with her certificate, despite taking on more work and avoiding procrastination in the sunshine…3 mins
Marge Chandler looks at the factors impacting on canine and feline weight gain to help equip VNs with the information they need in battling the pet bulge.
Richard Morris looks at the stages of diagnosing and treating equine dermal allergic reactions, along with the VN's role in achieving these, using case studies as examples.
RVN Louise O’Dwyer uses May’s Nursing Notes to take a (condensed) look at the Rule of 20.
RVN Stacey Bullock looks at the problem with training placements for SVNs and asks readers to consider whether their practice could help...
With May hosting Mental Health Awareness Week, RVN Emma Gerrard reminds us all it’s okay to struggle, it’s good to say so, and you are not alone...
VN Times editor Rebecca Hubbard talks to VNs “at the coalface” about how the Government’s decision to make dog microchipping a legal requirement impacted immediately after and 12 months later...
Royal Canin's John O'Connor looks at how to treat dermatosis in cats and dogs by exploring the range of diets the company offers, which now has one for every stage of the nutritional management of such cases.
ROYAL CANIN®’s dermatology range now offers a diet for every stage of your nutritional management of cats and dogs with dermatosis.
Jenny Helm, senior veterinary clinician at University of Glasgow, discusses the recent tick media attention and the stats vets should be aware of.