Research into brachycephalic cats has found flatter-faced breeds have more severe respiratory problems and are likely to be less active.4 mins
The announcement of a regionalised approach to eliminating bTB in Wales has been welcomed by the British Veterinary Association.
The college celebrated its latest milestone with a weekend of events including an ethical debate, talks, a film screening and a glamorous gala dinner.
Isabel Manning advises on approaching a poultry consultation in practice, to help get the most out of the process.
The BVA is to “carefully consider” a study that casts doubt about the extent to which badgers cause bTB in cattle.
Karen Perry discusses medical, nutritional and environmental treatment options for this orthopaedic condition.