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Working canine breeds head the list of animals requiring therapy based on insurance claim data.
Three specialists from a leading referral practice each receive the highest status of membership of the royal college.
According to the Pet Food Manufacturers’ Association’s latest obesity report, 51% of dogs, 44% of cats and 29% of small mammals are overweight or obese.
Practice becomes the first of 800 businesses within the IVC group to win Patient Safety Award.
According to the latest audited financial statements for the RVCS for 2018, the RCVS had a total income of more than £12.1 million, with more than £18.5 million in reserves and other assets.
Farmers encouraged to interact with vets to fight infection responsible for more than 35% of all lamb abortion diagnoses.
College says its 100 staff have “outgrown” their current headquarters in Westminster and need a new building with “sufficient capacity for growth of the college for the next 25 years”.
The British College of Veterinary Specialists has approached the RCVS Practice Standards Group to consider a PSS accreditation strand for multidisciplinary specialist hospitals.
Study finds, on average, a dam that is 10% more inbred than another will produce one fewer puppy per litter.
Study will examine whether the pheromone collar can help reduce the severity or development of certain potentially problematic behaviours in puppies.
Most theories predict more aggression higher up the ladder, but researchers say the difficulty of working out the pecking order in the crowded middle leads to aggression.
A guide, supplied by vets within the IVC group, aims to help clients gain a better understanding of the health problems suffered by brachycephalic breeds.
Course from VetCPD provides an up-to-date approach to the management of canine and feline fractures.
MSD’s campaign provides pet owners and vets with educational materials on potential exotic disease risks abroad and the comprehensive preventive health care required to reduce risks.
The product range, from Lintbells, uniquely contain a rich supply of stearidonic acid omega 3 fatty acids.
Specified 500g batches of frozen raw beef, turkey and tripe have been affected, according to the Food Standards Agency.
Veterinary professionals urged to share their experiences in new survey by researchers at the University of Liverpool.
Charity fund-raisers climbed the highest peaks in Scotland, England and Wales within 24 hours to raise cash.
Isemid is the first diuretic for the treatment of congestive heart failure in dogs recognised by the European Medicines Agency as a “2018 innovation, advancing animal health”.
A Derbyshire-based mobile vet service has added a veterinary surgeon and a veterinary nurse to its team to keep pace with rising public demand.
As many as one in five adults worldwide are sensitised to cat allergens, which is understood to have a significant impact on both pet ownership.
The DNA test for PRA in giant schnauzer, costing £48, is now available from the AHT DNA Testing Service.
A £1.5 million expansion has led to the creation of the first residency programme in small animal surgery at Vets Now's Glasgow hospital.
Scientists have identified proteins that activate pig immune cells, opening the way to developing an effective vaccine for African swine fever.
Dog import numbers have increased for the sixth year in a row since the controversial changes to the Pet Travel Scheme in 2012, says Dogs Trust.
Researchers at Linköping University in Sweden studied cortisol levels in 25 border collies and 33 Shetland sheepdogs, alongside the animals’ female owners.
Vet Andrew Draper, his vet wife Kate and their 16-year old son Jack – who has type-1 diabetes – will be part of a group cycling from London to Paris to raise money for diabetes research.
Second-generation diagnostic device is now a battery-powered smart device that is wi-fi-enabled, allowing samples to be uploaded and analysed anywhere.
VetCompass study shows British bulldog ownership has almost doubled between 2009 and 2013, with figures suggesting owners consider breathing problems "normal" for the breed.