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Vet will be walking four marathons in four days to raise cash for Prostate Cancer UK after losing a friend to the disease last year.
Veterinary surgeon reacted in anger by attacking Staffordshire bull terrier cross that bit him on hand, drawing blood, RCVS disciplinary committee hears.
The aim was to produce a document that would help practising equine vets minimise the risk of equine flu infection and better manage future disease outbreaks.
Veterinary team at The Donkey Sanctuary uses specialist laser to remove pedunculated sarcoid from an area close to the eye of a donkey.
College takes the unusual step of releasing photograph to alert potential employers to the fraudster’s identity.
Members of the profession gathered at the House of Lords for the formal introduction of the Harper and Keele vet school.
RCVS and BVA “delighted” after Home Office confirms it will accept Migration Advisory Committee's proposals that veterinary surgeons are added to list.
"… [we] will engage closely with Government to make sure that vets have a strong voice as post-Brexit policy is negotiated and shaped.” – BVA president Simon Doherty.
The procedure, offered by Southern Counties Veterinary Specialists, has been performed on six patients so far with a “100% success” rate.
School now has 650 students undertaking veterinary training at the £45 million state-of-the-art facility.
Postmortem provides answer to animal’s death and prompts countryside warning.
The VMD has confirmed a number of product shortages in the UK and, in each case, suggested non-UK alternatives being accepted for importation.
A similar number of veterinarians in equine practice (65%) and mixed practice (66%) were also injured by animals in the course of their work.
The ongoing problem of tackling bovine viral diarrhoea across the UK was discussed at a single-day BVDZero Congress, where delegates were told challenges remain.
Vets from Afghanistan and Sri Lanka received International Awards, while others were honoured, at RCVS event in London on 12 July.
Trio from Edinburgh and Cambridge universities honoured by new royal college initiative designed to “prepare next generation”.
New study conducted at Fitzpatrick Referrals provides clarity on the recognition and signs of canine Chiari-associated pain.
Three specialists from a leading referral practice each receive the highest status of membership of the royal college.
Farmers encouraged to interact with vets to fight infection responsible for more than 35% of all lamb abortion diagnoses.