With VET Festival 2019 just a few days away (7-8 June), organisers have revealed new research that shows many practices are not prioritising staff wellness.6 mins
Simon Doherty has hailed his Scottish colleagues for their insights and expertise, while Northern Ireland's five-year AMR plan also wins praise.
University of Bristol Veterinary School wants to help identify the earliest signs of joint disease, which could make a difference to the lives of millions of cats in the future.
The 2019 event will see the Food Standards Agency represented at a RUMA conference for the first time, and a keynote speech from investigative journalist Maryn McKenna.
Researchers identify “unpredictable mutations” in vaccine against acute, highly contagious respiratory poultry disease infectious bronchitis virus.
HMRC task force that was formed in 2015 has recovered more than £5 million in unpaid taxes from dishonest dog breeders and black market puppy farmers.
The course, offered by The Webinar Vet, comes in the wake of Mental Health Awareness Week (13 to 19 May) and has been created to help individuals achieve a better, healthier life.
Lurcher Roxy presented with massive injuries to both hindlegs after a woodland walk, but joint efforts by veterinary teams have returned her to health.
UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization awards official designation to UK International Reference Centre for AMR.
Long-distance triathlon involves a 1,500m swim, a 120km cycle ride and a 30km run for head of soft tissue surgery at referral centre.
The practice resources will include waiting room materials such as noticeboard display cards, posters and reception desk prompt cards.
The collective behind Rabbit Awareness Week has provided some top tips on how to make the most of the week (1 to 9 June) for your practice and its patients.
“I lost all interest in life and made plans to end it because I couldn’t face living how I was anymore” – James Glass.
A study has suggested raw, wild venison-based cat food was the source of 13 indoor cats being infected with TB; the product has been withdrawn from the market.
Medivet scheme will see grads work off rota, side by side, with a dedicated clinician who will be their first point of contact for advice – both clinical and non-clinical.
Second UK outbreak reported this year. Authorities say new case has “close epidemiological links” with previous breakdown in three horses in April.
Research follows concern from veterinary dental specialists in Europe who were seeing a significant increase in the number of dogs presenting with fractured teeth.
New data, revealed at the CVBD World Forum in Italy, proves disease-carrying vectors are spreading faster than ever, with new threats emerging across the globe.
US scientists have isolated the virus in wild animals in two neighbouring states, but the distinct subgroup of canine distemper virus has not yet been reported in a domesticated dog.
In 2018, to the end of March, 34 cases of Alabama rot were confirmed in the UK. In 2019, to the end of March, there have been 10 confirmed cases.