A vet and her colleagues are taking on a walk for charity after being diagnosed with breast cancer.3 mins
A poster created by the association with the British Medical Association, Public Health England and the VMD has been shortlisted for an Antibiotic Guardian Award at this year's ceremony in June.
A growing, independent veterinary group has celebrated the official opening of its fifth small animal surgery in Wiltshire.
New practice in Rubery, Worcestershire hosted more than 100 pet owners from the local community for the day, where a charity raffle for The Cinnamon Trust also took place.
The RCVS disciplinary committee has accepted a form of undertakings from Worcester-based vet David John Bibby Denny, who has agreed to remove himself from the register and never apply to be restored.
The European Commission has granted marketing authorisation for Cytopoint (lokivetmab), the first monoclonal antibody (mAb) therapy approved in the European Union for veterinary use.
Scientists in the US have developed a new type of single-use "artificial womb" that allows premature lambs to develop for up to four weeks.
A “disproportionately high” number of vets reported to have experienced adverse events from the use of authorised veterinary medicines were female, according to the latest pharmacovigilance report from the VMD.
Students from Edinburgh and Nottingham's vet schools have won plaudits from the British Veterinary Behaviour Association for their insights into the field of animal behaviour.
Sarah Caney provides details on how to spot the clinical signs of this fairly common disorder, which mainly affects older cats, and how to appropriately manage it.24 mins
Emma Gerrard explains the usual causes of vomiting in cats and dogs to equip VNs with useful knowledge when performing triage.
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Cara Hallowell-Evans and Gayle Hallowell discuss best practice methods of performing a worming egg count and how to interpret the results.26 mins
Catherine Bovens discusses various methods of diagnosis and treatment for this common autoimmune disease present in dogs.
Laura Muir, veterinary student and double European Athletics Indoor Champion, steps into the Examination Room for a chat with Holly Kernot.
Lorraine Peschard details the causes and treatment options for vestibular syndrome.
Alex Gough casts his eye over more companion animal research and studies, including one on degenerative mitral valve disease in cavalier king Charles spaniels.
Sara Pedersen runs through full treatment options and prevention strategies – and outlines best foot-bathing practices.
Adam Martin explains how obstetric examinations are fundamentally the same, starting with reasonable history taking and progressing through an obstetrical examination to manipulation practices.
Owen Atkinson delves into the history of the herd health plan, before explaining why “herd health management” is perhaps a better term – and going on to explain how vets could successfully implement excellent on-farm protocols.
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RVN Louise O’Dwyer discusses the importance of nutrition in emergency situations, exploring calorie requirements, assisted feeding and the wonderful world of feeding tubes.36 mins
Ariane Neuber discusses the ways VNs can help cats, dogs and their owners prevent or combat allergic skin diseases.
RVN and BVNA council member Stacey Bullock tries to get the non-training practices among you on board…
RVN Helen Russell shares her journey to becoming a practice owner and how, if they wish, fellow veterinary nurses can do the same.
VN Times editor Rebecca Hubbard takes a look inside a practice doing things a bit differently, and chats to its director of nursing about its aims and ambitions.
Hany Elsheikha advises VNs on how to relay worm control information to their clients, using his so-called "ten commandments for effective worm control".
RVN Laura Lacey discusses whether treatment for these two ectoparasites should be addressed at the same time – rather than apart – by VNs and, in turn, their clients.
Following its successful, inaugural course, Spay Academy Spain is delighted to invite all MRCVS and final year UK university veterinary students to join its professional neutering course, running from 5-9 June 2017.
Parasitologist Ian Wright, head of ESCCAP UK & Ireland, discusses tapeworms in UK cats, their significance, treatment and control.
ROYAL CANIN® is excited to announce the launch of Feline Anallergenic, an innovative new product specifically formulated to assist in the nutritional management of adult cats with ingredient and nutrient intolerance.