Frank Mitloehner – professor of the department of animal science at the University of California, Davis – tells BCVA Congress level of methane impact on atmosphere over-exaggerated by factor of four.13 mins
Study published in Journal of Small Animal Practice reveals a weak evidence base for recommending one treatment for keratomalacia in dogs and cats over another.
National charity wants more vets to get involved in its work as supply of blood comes under strain.
New roles are part of Linnaeus’ “determined focus” to place real emphasis on its nursing population.
Following its successful completion, all participants have chosen to work towards achieving the Certificate in Veterinary Leadership and Management (CVLM) – the second stage of the qualification.
Davies Veterinary Specialists in Hertfordshire has been announced as winner of Natural Environment Champion at Investors in the Environment Awards.
“We are disappointed that currently the proposals do not include development of regulations relating to applying genome editing in farmed animals in parallel to crops” – Helen Sang, The Roslin Institute.
Winner to be announced during BVA Gala Dinner taking place as part of London Vet Show and will win £1,000 prize money, and a mentoring and engagement opportunity with Zoetis.
The editor of The Raptured Spleen has issued an apology after a satirical post on the Facebook page prompted widespread backlash and criticism from diversity groups across the profession.
A webinar by Gemma Hopkins, BVetMED, CertVC, MRCVS
There are many providers out there and it’s becoming more popular with owners, but what do you think about telehealth?
Managing pain and inflammation in chronic conditions poses a common challenge to vets. PEMF therapy offers an addition to a multimodal approach.
Vets4Pets wants to kick-start a conversation about the common challenges and shared experiences of veterinary professionals across the UK. Have your say at www.projectlisten.co.uk
Hannah Capon and Danielle Pountain share their top tips on how to manage canine osteoarthritis, which includes reducing the risk of breakthrough pain, thought to affect up to 80% of canine OA patients.
There's one month left to complete the Project Listen survey that can help to lead positive change for the veterinary profession. It's time your voice was heard!