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Although latest figures suggest public demand is starting to wane, a new report has called for all stakeholders, including vets, to do more.

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A government minister was among the guests at an awards ceremony where two new stars of the veterinary nursing profession were honoured.

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BEVA officials thrilled with interest shown in their new programme at the ExCel event later this month.

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Cost to farming is £710 million a year, but collaborative projects are helping.

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Company says its latest range of VPX advanced products is robust and reliable.

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More than 250 delegates including senior vets, farmers’ leaders and government officials attended the event in Worcester, which focused on the need for collaboration to eradicate the disease.

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StreetVet has released the 60-second production focusing on the importance of the human-animal bond and the need to increase the number of hostels in the UK that can accommodate both.

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The Scottish Dog and Cat Home says the number of rehoming requests is so high it can only take in a fraction of the animals that need its help.

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Seadown Veterinary Services team performs what could be UK’s first cataract operation on the species.

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After outlining the indications of dystocia in part one, Gerardo Poli describes the physical checks to carry out – and explains the importance of ultrasound – in determining patient status.

Feeling a little under the weather? Used to just “sucking it up” and carrying on regardless? RVN blogger Carly Kilby considers when “I don’t feel quite right” becomes an acceptable excuse for calling in sick.

Not knowing how to determine a true dystocia emergency can cause confusion in practice. With this in mind, Gerardo Poli’s latest series of articles will address this and other common concerns in a step-by-step manner, starting with the stages of labour.

Veterinary history buff Jane Davidson takes a look at the history of the RCVS register, highlighting the importance of accuracy and ensuring you complete all your paperwork with care.

In the second part of this series, Gerardo Poli recaps ways to treat and analyse the severity of this condition.

In the first part of this series, Gerardo Poli informs how vets can spot the presenting signs of this condition in small animals.

Nobody likes receiving complaints, but Hubert Hiemstra claims his five-step plan can help alleviate unpleasant situations and turn them into “valuable opportunities for learning and growth”.

Taking her lead from the Real Slim Shady, new nurse blogger Carly Kilby introduces herself and discusses the different roles we have depending on where we are at the time.

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Nicola Menzies-Gow shares some of the newest findings on these disorders in horses and ponies.

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In his latest research review, Alex Gough looks at canine distichiasis, a retrospective study of cats treated with tranexamic acid and epsilon aminocaproic acid, post-neutering weight gain, and more…

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Mark Turner delves into some of the issues facing the profession in the first part of a fictional story about UK practice life.

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Tom Warboys shares some of the ways members of the profession can help clients reduce sheep and cattle disease spread.

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Daniela Murgia discusses how vets can look after affected cats and dogs, their owners and themselves in such instances.

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Anna Harrison explains the lengths one charity goes to regarding improving these animals’ lives in such a turbulent environment.

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Norbert Mencke highlights the issues around parasites in cats and how to help owners achieve a better understanding.

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Keith Cutler shares the various issues discussed at this University of Aberystwyth evening meeting presented by Sir Brian May.

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“The first thing I would say is, don’t be put off by how much of an enormous and complicated a topic it seems, because so many people are – you don't need to know the ins and outs of every single body system to be able to give good care to your patients…”

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Antimicrobial resistance is one of the biggest global health issues of our time. Amanda Curtis RVN, chats about her contribution to VetTeamAMR – a new initiative from charity RCVS Knowledge that helps veterinary teams improve their antimicrobial use.

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Francesca Lees clears up misunderstandings she has come across while in practice.

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Georgia King shares her experiences in this area and the career-defining benefits it brings.

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Lantra, the leading awarding body for land-based and environmental training, shares topics covered during veterinary nursing managers Stacey Bullock and Nicky Smith’s symposium on VN training, which took place at BVNA Congress.

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Elin Moss discusses clinical signs, diagnosis, management and treatment options for canine and feline patients.

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Katy Allen describes the crucial role VNs play in delivering prompt therapy and care for small animal patients.

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Nikki McLeod outlines some main anxiety-driven behaviours in companion animals, as well as their causes, prevalence, and advice to give pet owners.

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The current climate for the veterinary sector remains a busy yet challenging one. Veterinary practice … more

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This Practice Building Insight discusses laying the foundations for successful veterinary practice with ACD Projects.

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Practice management systems have come a long way since first emerging in the veterinary world 20 years ago. A plethora of systems now exist to choose from, offering a range of features, but some are more useful than others, as Oli Viner explains…

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One of the biggest names in veterinary referrals has just got bigger – a whole lot bigger. Dick White Referrals in Cambridgeshire tripled in size following the completion of an expansion project in February, and last month VBJ was invited in to take a look around…

From 10 June 2024, new rules in England mean owned cats must be implanted with a microchip before they reach the age of 20 weeks old. Tammie O’Leary reviews the new legislation and looks at how veterinary practices can benefit from this animal welfare initiative…

The Government’s “Build Back Greener” strategy sets out a series of policies and proposals for making the UK economy carbon neutral by 2050. It’s a massive challenge, but by changing the way it constructs and operates its buildings, the veterinary sector can do its bit to hit that ambitious target, writes Chris Copeman.

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As consumers become more environmentally conscious, businesses are under increasing pressure to adopt sustainable practices. Here, CPC reveals a sustainable product that could revolutionise the pet cremation sector…

The idea of mobile veterinary practices was still very much in its infancy when Rosie Smith set up Paws Indoors back in 2003. But despite the odd bump in the road over the past two decades, this peripatetic pioneer has made it work – as VBJ discovered when we caught up with Rosie last month…

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