Due to columnist Bob Michell's death on 8 October, we have taken the decision this will be the final Speculum column. Our thoughts are with his family, friends and former colleagues.17 mins
Andy Durham discusses forms of protection against illnesses in horses, such as tetanus and equine arteritis virus.
Scientists from the University of Nottingham have taken on the role of would-be matchmakers – for a lonely and ultra-rare "lefty" snail.
A call has been made for all UK veterinary practices to be subject to compulsory infection control inspections in a bid to combat antimicrobial resistance.
The terrier type had the large nail deliberately hammered through the centre of its skull before being buried alive, said the RSPCA.
Research into brachycephalic cats has found flatter-faced breeds have more severe respiratory problems and are likely to be less active.