Owners are “killing pets with kindness” in the face of a UK animal obesity crisis, according to BVA president Gudrun Ravetz.4 mins
Research into brachycephalic cats has found flatter-faced breeds have more severe respiratory problems and are likely to be less active.
The college celebrated its latest milestone with a weekend of events including an ethical debate, talks, a film screening and a glamorous gala dinner.
BVA research has revealed more than half of UK vets saw tortoises with weight loss or anorexia following their last hibernation, possibly down to owners using shoeboxes to house their resting pets.
People are becoming more and more aware of the value of their data and, even more importantly, the impact if that data is misused, says Neil Matthews.
A horse health care and management app has been launched by Zoetis to help vets communicate more effectively with clients and improve patient compliance rates and loyalty.