Pre-eminent equine veterinary surgeon and author Sue Dyson calls it a day after 37 years at the AHT.2 mins
Cases of virus are on the increase in northern Europe, with a “considerable increase” in cases in France since January 2019.
Concerns were raised about the UK’s lack of preparedness for the disease following an announcement from the International Horse Sports Confederation.
Efforts of farmers and their vets praised for championing responsible UK antibiotic use, as use figures fall for third consecutive year.4 mins
Specialist in small animal surgery and head of orthopaedic surgery at Wear Referrals believes ankle replacement system offers a new way to treat many dogs suffering with severe ankle arthritis.
Multidisciplinary referral centre’s latest appointment brings total tally of specialists employed to 11.
US cancer vet becomes the fourth specialist in six months to join fast-growing referral centre in West Yorkshire.
Twin surveys will examine views of both employers and recent graduates to inform future policy.
VMD releases results of survey showing many vets report difficulties in disposal of controlled drugs to meet their legal obligations.
The Migration Advisory Committee will advise the Home Office to put vets back on the list to help deal with recruitment difficulties across the profession.
Veterinary surgeon admits she was guilty of disgraceful conduct in a professional respect in failing to communicates with client, colleagues and college.
Specialist becomes one of seven UK-based diplomates of a new European college that aims to advance clinical standards, scientific evidence and postgraduate education in sports medicine and rehabilitation.
A collaborative study attempted to identify genetic variations linked to respiratory disease symptoms seen in bulldogs and Norfolk terriers.
Vets Now released a media statement to apologise and reassure pet owners following the conclusion of an RCVS disciplinary committee.
At the AVSPNI’s Spring Conference, some of the industry’s most prominent leaders said the profession could be greatly enhanced by selecting vet students from a broader range of backgrounds.
Leading UK stem cell scientist believes new system has the potential to make stem cell technology more widely available to vets.
National milk fever (hypocalcaemia) survey aims to improve quality of data available to researchers – vets asked to urge farmer clients to respond.
Series of three CPD events, suitable for all clinicians, focus on dental radiography and extraction of loose, aged and wolf teeth in the field.
A springer spaniel with a persistent cough presented at Oakward Veterinary Referrals – where it was discovered it had inhaled an ear of wheat – which had become stuck in its lung.
Award is open to all vets in the first eight years of their careers whose work is recognised within the workplace or has benefited the veterinary community.