Defra is urging those who wish to travel with their animal immediately after 29 March to consult with a veterinarian as soon as they can.5 mins
Calling all veterinary professionals – Veterinary Times has nominated the animal charity for a £100,000 donation to further its work. All you have to do is vote for it…
Mood, mind and mental health issues will be on the agenda for the first online well-being event specifically for veterinary students.
Death of former BSAVA and BVA president and RCVS council member and “man of action” Derek Tavernor is announced.
Ed Robinson receives Veterinary Achievement Award at this year’s AHT UK Equestrian Awards for “phenomenal contributions to veterinary medicine”.
RCVS council votes to refer the trial back to the standards committee to consider the issues, parameters and scope of the trial, and carry out further consultation.
Charlie the Labrador retriever is expected to make a full recovery after eating a brace of bears for breakfast.
Course will guide practice teams through information required to answer owners’ questions about what to feed puppies, kittens, and adult dogs and cats.
General Practitioner Advanced Certificate (GPAdvCert) is aimed at vets who already hold general practitioner or postgraduate certificates in small animal medicine.3 mins
The masters programme is aimed at people who already have any accredited postgraduate certificate relevant to some aspect of veterinary medicine or surgery.
Vets at Tower Veterinary Group in York perform risky procedure to remove giant growth from between hind legs of two-year-old rat.
The recognition of de facto specialists is a major step towards establishing the specialty of radiation oncology in Europe.
Hampshire-based referral centre announces talented new line-up to take practice to next level for both patients and clients.
The 16-month trial involved monthly testing on calves from three different herds – born from MAP-positive and MAP-negative cows and proves early detection of live MAP infection is possible.
Vets will get the latest insights on the impact of genetic developments in animal breeding at a two-day Vetnomics event in November.
Veterinary specialists from the group will cover a broad range of topics, such as small animal anaesthesia, cardiology, emergency and critical care, and internal medicine.
Novel study finds Velagliflozin shows promise as a “safe and effective compound for treating insulin dysregulation and preventing laminitis”.
Scientists discover it may be possible to use the beneficial bacteria found in a badger's gut to combat bovine tuberculosis.
Aberdeenshire farm in "lockdown" as "mad cow disease" discovered and authorities attempt to identify the source of the infection.
Online scheme offers vets who don’t have the time to participate in an attendance programme the opportunity to study for a recognised postgraduate qualification.