The UK’s chief veterinary officer has welcomed a report revealing a significant reduction in the use of antibiotics in UK food-producing animals, but warned companion animal vets: “You’re not off the hook by any means.”5 mins
Nick Marsh considers how lab work is maybe not so different from general practice after all, by thinking about the chain of events that lead to the stacks of slide trays and accompanying piles of paper on his desk.
Dan Skeldon looks at various treatment methods for this prevalent joint disease affecting canine patients.
A leading animal charity has released an interactive calculator that can warn potential pet owners just how much an animal will cost them over the course of its lifetime.
Laura Woodward suggests how vets and VNs can use mind techniques, such as cognitive behavioural therapy, to create a positive state of mind and emotional well-being.
David Rendle, Richard Newton and Debra Elton discuss equine influenza, including strain divergence, past outbreaks, its effects and the importance of surveillance and up-to-date vaccinations.