José Ruiz, maxillofacial surgeon at Davies Veterinary Specialists in Hertfordshire, resolves cat Dexy’s bilateral temporomandibular joint dysplasia.4 mins
Two-thirds of mobile phones and tablets contaminated with staphylococci, including strains resistant to vancomycin and oxacillin.
Recruitment agency for profession Noble Futures offering vouchers to training with Improve International extends deadline for busy vets.
Vet Professionals and International Cat Care are running online survey of cat owners, including vet professionals, to look at owner experiences of medicating cats.
Miniature dachshund Margot swallowed tube of ointment to suffer potentially fatal toxicity, but recovered after intervention by Davies Veterinary Specialists.
APHA teaming up with University of Nottingham to conduct research project on presence and location of TB infection in badgers in the Southern Edge area.
Team led by Nicolas Granger at the RVC and Liang-Fong Wong at the University of Bristol develops combined cellular and molecular treatment.8 mins
College agrees sale of London HQ to private investor, but will lease back the building for up to two years until new premises can be found.
Vet Melinda Merck, speaking at WSAVA’s online congress, says practices should work with other local agencies to address increasing problem.
Helen Hunter takes over the role of chair of Veterinary Marketing Association from Liz Rawlings for coming two years.
Health care staff across all clinical disciplines have to find time to look after themselves, according to TV doctor in keynote address to BSAVA Virtual Congress.
Vets with Horsepower plans to deliver 25 hours worth of CPD, non-stop, on 29 April 2021 to raise money for four chosen charities.
Structured stewardship programmes can deliver big reductions in the prescribing of highest priority critically important … more
Partners in annual awareness week announced their plans for the theme “Hopping through the Years” as part of BSAVA Virtual Congress.
RCVS publishes new COVID guidelines for the professions, which will replace current emergency guidance and help return practices to near-normal operations.
BVA and The FOAL Group welcome encouraging written response to petition calling for closure of legal loopholes allowing some ear cropping of dogs to continue.
“This data reveals a significant amount of confusion in the advice veterinary practices give to dog owners in relation to protection against CIRD...” – Michelle Townley, MSD.
Largest UK study into canine heatstroke highlights the live-saving importance of owners being educated to spot the early signs.
ThE BVA, and 18 divisions and affiliate groups, sign letter in The Telegraph today (24 March) calling for Government to deliver on commitments it first made in December 2017.
Cases of deadly disease confirmed in Herefordshire, York and Bridgend in south Wales, taking the total number to 23 in 2021.