January 2013

Pectus excavatum is a common congenital malformation of the sternum and costochondral cartilages affecting cats, … more

It’s common knowledge that cats cannot thrive on dog food due to inadequate taurine levels … more

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Well where to begin? With the current news stories it can feel like we are … more

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As part of my studies at the moment I have to get up to speed … more

Sat in our equine lectures so far, I’ve found myself dozing off a little. Not … more

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A new year and the new awarding bodies for the VN diploma seem to be … more

December 2012

Vetsonline speaks to Lintbells co-founder John Howie about the launch of Yumove Cat, a joint … more

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Vetsonline speaks to Petplan’s national relationship manager Howard Brown about the 14th annual Petplan Veterinary … more

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Another week closer to Christmas, and it can be a sad time of year for … more

A week before the December exams, I found myself making the five-hour train journey south … more

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When positioning a rabbit for general anaesthesia, place the rabbit on an incline so the … more

“I want to be the person my dogs think I am.” That quote (I’m afraid … more

November 2012

Nick Stace took up his role as chief executive and secretary of the Royal College … more

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Jill Maddison, director of professional development at the Royal Veterinary College, talks about owner compliance … more

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“If a nerve is squashed, it’s not too serious, it goes back to normal. If … more

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This is a more personal piece this week, but relevant to all clients who need … more

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In anatomy, we have the ongoing debate about whether we need to use the anatomical … more

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I read with surprise another university is seeing fit to build a new veterinary school, … more

As vet students, welfare is always being rammed down our throats – and rightly so … more

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October 2012

Earlier this week, I was asked my opinion on the proposal of “tracked” veterinary degrees. … more

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