The profession has expressed fears sheep wormer Zolvix could be overused or irresponsibly used after it was reclassified from POM-V to POM-VPS.5 mins
Vets are being challenged to help researchers from the University of Liverpool as they attempt to establish the impact of fluke infection in horses across the UK.
Survey to be carried out by the Cat Population Control Group to help them understand more about neutering within UK practices.
Red Tractor has announced all vets registered on its pig assurance scheme must be members of the Pig Veterinary Society from 1 October.
CVO Nigel Gibbens has launched a Government Veterinary Services blog to create a place for Government vets to share stories about the varied roles they undertake.
The RCVS has announced the winners of this year’s Queen’s Medal and Golden Jubilee Award – the highest honours the college can bestow on a veterinary surgeon and veterinary nurse.
A leading veterinary dermatologist has called for vets to prescribe narrow-spectrum antibiotics for first-line cases of otitis externa to help reduce levels of multiple-resistant, chronic infections.
Infection confirmed in two separate Scottish flocks close to the border with England.
A graduate programme to develop the next generation of vets is set to more than double its intake of recruits six months after launch.
The operations director of one of the UK’s leading not-for-profit veterinary clinics – who is also a former registered general nurse – has called for stronger control over clinical standards.
The granting of the UK’s first sterile Manufacturer’s Specials Authorisation by the VMD has the potential to change the way equine vets here manage horses, according to BEVA.
Research has detailed how a new vaccine has protected cows from respiratory syncytial virus infection, thought to be the main cause of the majority of respiratory diseases in cattle.
"Calm vet, healthy pet" is the theme for this year’s Veterinary Northern Ireland small animal spring conference, to be in County Armagh in May.
The humble egg could be key to mapping future outbreaks of the bluetongue virus (BTV) in the UK, according to scientists from The Pirbright Institute.
The 387 Veterinary Centre has become the first practice in the UK to be awarded platinum level accreditation by the Investors in People scheme.
UK vets are asked to be aware of possible cases of feline thiamine deficiency after Pets at Home withdrew sale of certain products from its own-range senior cat kibble products.
A unique one health partnership between a UK veterinary neurologist and a paediatric neurosurgeon could signal “the biggest step forward in managing canine epilepsy”.
The chairman of the Responsible Use of Medicines in Agriculture Alliance has stood up for the efforts to reduce antibiotic use as it claimed a new fund-raising campaign could “demotivate” such activity.
Bayer 's third instalment of its electronic Education Now, Safeguarding Antimicrobials responsible use guides sees the RVC's Ross Bond focus on the effective management of pyoderma in dogs.
A fast and cost-efficient technique for harvesting stem cells may have the potential to revolutionise the way vets treat orthopaedic conditions in horses.