Fiona Adam and James Histed describe methods of assessing high blood pressure in felines, causes of the condition and various organ damage.44 mins
A vet appointment has hailed the start of a new era for a Northumberland town’s oldest veterinary practice.
Research from the RVC has shown brachycephalic dogs are 11 times more susceptible to corneal ulcerative disease compared to non-brachycephalics.
Most practices have emerged from the dark ages, when postcards and the odd phone call were the only ways of communicating with clients. Dr Ernie Ward explains how modern methods are driving revenue growth, enhancing patient care and boosting client satisfaction.
The difficulties faced by practices trying to recruit experienced vets has led an increasing number to turn to new graduates. Taking on inexperienced vets can be a challenge, but when it works, the rewards to both employer and employee are substantial, says Jenny Stuart.
Vicky Robinson discusses how practice teams can work together to drive dental initiatives, the form they should take and the impact they can have on the bottom line.