RVC researchers looking at whether it may be possible to use companion animal coronaviruses as models to alter the expression of the genes that cause severe disease in humans infected with COVID-19.7 mins
“It’s amazing to see that so many rabbits are living happier and healthier lives as a result of lockdown” – Suzanne Moyes of Burgess Pet Care.
The Asiatic lion pride at ZSL London Zoo are being fed frozen meat chunks by keepers to cool down as mini heatwave hits capital.
SPVS-VMG Congress 2021 – Europe’s largest veterinary business event – will be held from 14 to 15 May at ICC Wales in Newport.
“The task force recognises the need for more flexibility in our temporary guidance, so that veterinary surgeons can use their professional judgement to decide what is the most suitable approach in each individual case” – RCVS president Mandisa Greene.
More than two-thirds of all heatstroke events are triggered by exercise with breeds such as the chow chow, French bulldog and cavalier King Charles spaniel most at risk.
Letters have been sent to vet and vet nurse training practices to urge ongoing support for the UK’s future veterinary surgeons and veterinary nurses.
Research finds eight scent detection dogs were able to correctly identify 94% of more than 1,000 saliva or tracheobronchial secretion samples after one week of training.
Practice owner and veterinary business consultant Brian Faulkner is running a marathon every day in August to raise cash for the charity.
This monthly in-practice injection has been very well received since its launch in 2017. But don’t just take our word for it – learn what Cytopoint has brought first opinion veterinary surgeons...
SPVS wellbeing champion Liz Barton stopped me feeling guilty about an indulgence once, telling me it’s important to “cherish the points of light” in our lives, writes SPVS honorary editor, Leigh-Anne Brown.
Consultant vet Owen Atkinson runs through some of the hurdles and pitfalls you may encounter when communicating with clients about mastitis.