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Charities for animal welfare assessing likely impact of coronavirus crisis and hoping UK reality won't match that of Wuhan.
RVC principal says despite the death, no evidence that companion animals can infect humans exists.
Due to a combination of factors, many dogs with rescue backup microchips are unnecessarily euthanised, campaigners claim.
NHS doctor issues call to vets for emergency equipment to help fight the pandemic - referral centres and manufacturers preparing to step in, too…
Video-assisted thoracoscopy and removal of part of the lung reveals the cause of patient’s abscess – a tiny, inhaled grass seed.
Firm offering customers CPD sessions as live virtual stream to help veterinary professionals keep on top of learning during COVID-19 period.
College comes top of only four universities in the UK where female graduate starting salaries are higher than those for men – study.
Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges recognises Stephen May and members of education working group for their special contributions, distinguished service and professional achievement.
The company has validated a new test and confirmed it has found no positive tests in the thousands of cats and dogs tested.
Event was to be held on 20 March in London, but has been postponed until further notice.
Purpose-built mobile clinic vehicle will allow veterinary students in Nottingham to reach out to more animals in need.
Leading veterinary infection control expert warns the profession of possible difficult choices ahead between animal welfare and disease spread.
Miniature parasitic wasps actively seek out the pupae of nuisance, biting flies that spread the bacteria responsible for summer mastitis and New Forest eye on farms.
Quartet of veterinary referral centre colleagues qualifies as European specialists in a little over a month.
A new suite of online resources from the BVA will guide practices through the process of reporting cases of suspected illegal pet importation to the authorities.
AVS president Katie Roberts calls for urgent action as survey lifts lid on a student population where many are struggling with well-being, anxiety and depression as they juggle studies with the part-time work.
After having the bladder stone removed – and a clip and shave to make her more comfortable – stray Mable the shih-tzu is now looking for a new home.
The WSAVA has updated its detailed advice and its response to reports from Hong Kong of a dog testing weakly positive for COVID-19.
College says in the “exceptional circumstances” it accepts vet personnel may have to make clinical and professional judgements to safeguard themselves, their colleagues and public health.