The charity, founded in 1824, did not get its first female inspectors until the 1950s, but today 64% of the 309 UK postholders are women.4 mins
RSPCA rescues inquisitive mustela that avoided trip to tip after being discovered in Surrey garage camouflaged among teddy bears.
Midlands-based Scarsdale Veterinary Group is recognising successes of female colleagues in a diverse range of roles across the business to challenge stereotypes about roles available to them.
Event aims to drive change in attitudes and legislation, to ensure pet owners are not turned away from private or social tenancies in future.
US scientists have developed a single blood test capable of testing for eight different tick-borne pathogens. The assay is faster and more sensitive than the traditional two-tiered testing algorithm.
All-party group will propose solutions to a range of problems facing cats, such as toxins contained in antifreeze and laws on air guns.
Elspeth Whyte, set to take on starring role of Dolly Gallagher Levi in four-night run at Edinburgh's King's Theatre, has received overwhelming support from colleagues.
New lecture stream aims to empower veterinary professionals to take proactive steps to “map” a more positive future for themselves and their teams.
Leading sportswoman Claire Lomas and US veterinary personality Andy Roarke will both speak at this year's Cx Congress in June.
Glasgow-trained Christine Middlemiss returns to Defra from Australia, where she has been working as CVO for New South Wales since August 2016.
Senior research fellow at the Zoological Society of London, Institute of Zoology says Government’s TB strategy is “sensible, but disappointing” because its scope excludes badger culling.
Developed by Brooke, the tool measures the physical and behavioural well-being of the horses, donkeys and mules the charity has assessed over six years.
Organisers of the National Equine Health Survey plan to use social media to encourage even more owners to get involved this year.4 mins
Compassion in World Farming's strategy calls for a wholesale shift from industrial agriculture to transformative and regenerative food and farming.
Government commits to introducing legislation during five-year review of The Welfare of Wild Animals in Travelling Circuses (England) Regulations 2012.
New feature for four-day BSAVA event to focus on areas undergoing change and implications for profession, while highlighting impact on wider societal landscape.
Funding to the tune of £2.6 million from The Marchig Animal Welfare Trust has allowed PDSA to help 100,000 UK cats free of charge.
Research by scientists from Scotland’s Rural College – which has led to genetic improvements and improved health, welfare and economic performance of livestock – receives recognition.
Equine Dental Clinic founder says while profession's attitude to dentistry has improved to some extent, it is still “behind the curve” and more needs to be done to bring it up to speed.
Motorbike-riding team providing CPD lectures on 4,000-mile tour this summer need profession’s support to help fund three worthy causes.