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Vet Times Podcast, Ep 69: Phil Elkins on farm management teams
Paul Imrie, Phil Elkins
| May 13, 2022
Ep 68: Companion animal pain management, with Nuria Quesada Vicent
Nuria Quesada Vicent, Paul Imrie
| April 29, 2022
Big 6: Engaging employees
| April 22, 2022
Ep 67: Choosing a better life for animals, with Sean Wensley
Sean Wensley, Tom Jackson
| April 15, 2022
Vet Times Extra: management of canine OA
This thought-provoking podcast explores the owner perspective on canine osteoarthritis management, helping vets achieve greater understanding of their dog owning clients and appreciate how this can improve patient care.
Gwen Covey-Crump, Hannah Capon
| April 1, 2022
Big 6: Great expectations – client care
The second in our series of roundtable podcast discussions exploring six core dynamics shaping the veterinary profession, both today and in the future, places a focus on client care.
| March 28, 2022
Vet Times Extra: Nicola Lakeman on canine castration and behaviour
Puppy behaviour has always been important, but with so many more dogs in ownership since the pandemic, more clients will be in need of advice.
Nicola Lakeman, Paul Imrie
| March 25, 2022
Congress Times: Sheldon Middleton on hybrid BSAVA presidency and congress
Congress Times editor Tom Jackson speaks to the BSAVA president ahead of the association’s first congress in Manchester from 24 to 26 March 2022. The event is also being held online.
Sheldon Middleton, Tom Jackson
| March 18, 2022
Congress Times: BSAVA Wellbeing Zone and presidential priorities, with Alison Speakman
BSAVA vice president Alison Speakman joins Congress Times editor Tom Jackson to discuss her aims and ambitions for the presidency she inherits in May 2022, as well as her journey with the BSAVA.
Alison Speakman, Tom Jackson
| March 18, 2022
Vet Times Extra: Chris Hudson and Kath Aplin on controlling inflammation in cattle
Inflammatory conditions of cattle have been a focus for research in the past few years, so we’re now much more aware of the impact inflammation can have and how important it is to control.
Chris Hudson, Kath Aplin, Paul Imrie
| March 11, 2022
Big 6: transformational technology
For the first in the Big 6 podcast series, our all-star panel kicks off with a discussion on the impact of technology on the veterinary profession – specifically telemedicine and digital connection, practice management systems, and wearables and other advances.
| February 28, 2022
Vet Times Extra: Alison Lambert on communication in the cardio consult – owner insights
Onswitch founder Alison Lambert discusses how COVID-19 has highlighted the critical importance of how we communicate with clients and how owners hear messages about the pets they live with.
Alison Lambert, Paul Imrie
| February 10, 2022
Ep 66: Diana Ferreira on otitis externa, media and interna
EBVS European Specialist in Veterinary Dermatology Diana Ferreira discusses otitis externa, media and interna in companion animals and offers some advice on working with pet owers to improve compliance.
Diana Ferreira, Paul Imrie
| February 4, 2022
Ep 65: Mike Davies on geriatric diseases in dogs and cats
Joining us for his second appearance on the Vet Times Podcast, vet Mike Davies discusses key diseases, the importance of screening and other tips for care if geriatric pets.
Mike Davies, Paul Imrie
| January 21, 2022
Vet Times Extra: Jon Bowen on behaviour and the human-animal bond
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected us all in many ways, and one of the effects we have seen is the impact on the human-animal bond.
Jon Bowen, Paul Imrie
| January 14, 2022
Vet Times Extra: Eric Morgan and Jenny Helm on lungworm
is a parasite that affects our canine patients in the UK, often with devastating consequences. Over recent years we have seen an increase in prevalence of lungworm disease.
Eric Morgan, Jenny Helm, Paul Imrie
| January 5, 2022
Ep 64: Ross Allan on diagnosing companion animal lameness
Ross Allan explains how clinical diagnosis is more like the work of a detective than a scientist, and why you should question everything – particularly when it comes to history taking.
Paul Imrie, Ross Allan
| December 17, 2021
Vet Times Extra: talking telemedicine triage with Dave Leicester from Vets Now
In the first of our second series on telehealth we delve further into the subject, starting with a look at how telemedicine providers can support vets in practice by helping to triage their caseloads.
Dave Leicester, James Westgate
| December 10, 2021
Ep 63: Ellie Mardell on feline hypertension
Paul Imrie talks with feline medicine specialist Ellie Mardell about the diagnostic and management considerations for cats with systemic hypertension.
| November 26, 2021
Vet Times Extra: Gerry Polton on managing mast cell tumours
Paul Imrie talks to Gerry Polton, from North Downs Specialist Referrals, about some of the challenges and treatments of mast cell tumours.
| November 19, 2021
Vet Times Extra: Sean Wensley talks five years of the BVA’s animal welfare strategy
Sean Wensley discusses the success of the BVA animal welfare strategy and considers how it may develop further over the next five years.
| November 10, 2021
Ep 62: Phil Elkins on notifiable livestock diseases
Paul Imrie talks with ruminant veterinary consultant Phil Elkins about the notifiable livestock diseases currently of concern to farmers and farm vets within the UK.
| November 5, 2021
Ep 61: Parasitologist Ian Wright on dangers of lungworm
Paul Imrie talks with parasitologist Ian Wright about the dangers of lungworm, including the increasing prevelance of
in the UK, as well as treatment and prevention.
| October 22, 2021
Vet Times Extra: Easy wins for improving canine OA management
Hannah Capon and Danielle Pountain share their top tips on how to manage canine osteoarthritis, which includes reducing the risk of breakthrough pain, thought to affect up to 80% of canine OA patients.
| October 15, 2021
Ep 60: BVA president Justine Shotton on her sustainability pledge
BVA president Justine Shotton discusses her promise to make sustainability a key priority for the veterinary profession and previews some of the sessions taking place at this year’s BVA Congress.
| October 1, 2021
Vet Times Extra: Dottie Laflamme with a broad view of nutrition in heart health
Dr Laflamme explains how recent research has highlighted the importance of nutrients – including taurine, carnitine, antioxidants and magnesium – in cardiac health and disease.
| September 24, 2021
Vet Times Extra: Johnny Li on advances in cardiac nutrition
Dr Johnny Li, an expert in nutrigenomics and Senior Principal Scientist at Nestlé Purina PetCare, explains how recent research has expanded the ways in which we can use nutrition to support cardiac health.
| September 17, 2021
Ep 59: John Chitty on preventive care of rabbits
Exotics expert John Chitty tells Paul Imrie why he believes veterinary professionals should go “back to basics” when it comes to rabbit care.
| September 10, 2021
Ep 58: Celebrating 60 years at the forefront of veterinary medicine with BEVA
In this special Vet Times podcast, we celebrate 60 years at the forefront of veterinary medicine with the British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA).
| August 19, 2021
Ep 57: Nick Bacon and Jolle Kirpensteijn on the new WSAVA Oncology Working Group
A new WSAVA committee is developing a set of global guidelines to help overcome global variations in oncology treatment and raise awareness of the different types of tumours affecting companion animals.
| August 6, 2021
Ep 56: Owen Atkinson on communications between vet and farmer
Owen Atkinson rejoins the podcast to offer insight into communicating with farm clients – and explains the Magic Question game.
| July 30, 2021
Vet Times Extra: Epilepsy neurologists Simon Platt and Laurent Garosi
In this podcast on epilepsy – sponsored by Vetbromide, the latest addition to TVM’s epilepsy range of product – we talk about when to treat epilepsy in dogs, what with, and how to monitor patients effectively.
| July 16, 2021
Vet Times Extra: Kathryn Cuddy on otitis externa and behaviour issues
Dermatology expert Kathryn Cuddy explains how otitis externa can affect the behaviour of a dog, making it difficult and even dangerous for owners to treat themselves at home.
| July 2, 2021
Vet Times Jobs: Your interview questions answered by Fiona Stephens
Fiona Stephens, recruitment manager for Goddard Veterinary Group, answers some of your submitted questions about conducting yourself in interviews in this Q&A-style podcast.
| July 1, 2021
Vet Times Jobs: Ian Wright on what employers are looking for in interviews
Vet Ian Wright BVMS, BSc, MSc, MRCVS, co-owner of Mount Veterinary Practice in Lancashire, offers some pointers on what practices are look for from candidates at interview.
| July 1, 2021
Vet Times Jobs: Dave Beeston on tackling your first interview
RVC emergency and critical care resident Dave Beeston, who has been charting his early veterinary career in Vet Times, provides some insight on first interviews in this Vet Times Jobs special podcast.
| July 1, 2021
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 55: Karen Perry on lameness conditions in cats
Lameness in cats can create challenges for vets and owners. In this podcast, Karen Perry joins us to discuss the most commonly encountered conditions, diagnosis, research, surgery and long-term management.
| June 25, 2021
Vet Times Extra: a year in telehealth, with Dave Leicester from Vets Now
In the third and final part of our series on telehealth – brought to you by Vets Now, the UK's leading provider of emergency and critical care – we sit down once again with Dave Leicester to review how well the ECC provider’s service has been received.
| May 24, 2021
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 54: Luca Ferasin discusses mitral valve disease
European and RCVS specialist in veterinary cardiology Luca Ferasin joins the podcast again, this time to discuss this chronic degenerative disorder.
| May 14, 2021
Vet Times Extra: Michael Unsworth on skin disease in dogs and role of nutrition
This Vet Times Extra Podcast is with Michael Unsworth, veterinary affairs manager UK and Ireland for Hill’s Pet Nutrition.
| April 23, 2021
Vet Times Extra: the future of telehealth, with Dave Leicester from Vets Now
In the second of a three-part series brought to you by Vets Now, the UK's leading provider of emergency and critical care, we take a look at the future of telehealth.
| April 13, 2021
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 53: Stop the rot – David Walker discusses CRGV
In this episode we discuss cutaneous and renal glomerular vasculopathy (CRGV), better known as Alabama rot, with the UK's leading expert – David Walker from Anderson Moores Veterinary Specialists.
| April 2, 2021
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 52: Mike Davies on obesity in pets
Obesity is an increasing problem in pets, with multiple causal factors and implications for animal health. Nutritional consultant Mike Davies joins us to delve into a fascinating and potentially rewarding area of veterinary medicine.
| March 19, 2021
Vet Times Extra: Brian Zanghi on feline hydration and water balance
In this Vet Times Podcast, research scientist Dr Brian Zanghi talks about his work on a nutrient-enriched water supplement and its effects on feline hydration.
| March 12, 2021
BSAVA Congress Special with Julian Hoad
BSAVA Congress 2021 is taking place this year from 25 to 27 March. To tell us all about it, we are joined by Julian Hoad, chairman of the delegate experience committee.
| February 26, 2021
Vet Times Extra: dispelling the myths of telehealth with Dave Leicester from Vets Now
This week's Vet Times podcast is brought to you by Vets Now, the UK's leading provider of emergency and critical care.
| February 19, 2021
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 51: Sarah Caney on management of feline hyperthyroidism
Hyperthyroidism can affect 10% of cats aged above 10, and is the most common endocrinopathy in cats. In this podcast, Sarah Caney discusses management options and the important role owners can play.
| January 29, 2021
VT Extra: Andy Sparkes on the importance of feline hydration
Independent feline consultant Andy Sparkes discusses how cats can be encouraged to drink more fluids – in particular the role of nutrient-enriched water supplements, such as Pro Plan Hydra Care.
| January 25, 2021
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 50: Nicola Menzies-Gow on working with owners on equine laminitis
Nicola Menzies-Gow returns to discuss how vets can involve owners in ongoing management of equine laminitis and spotting the signs in the first place.
| January 22, 2021
Vet Times Extra: Equine herpes virus discussed, with Richard Newton
In this podcast, brought to you in association with Zoetis – the manufacturer of Equip EHV1,4 – we ask Richard Newton the questions you have always wanted to know about equine herpes virus (EHV) disease, the syndromes and the role of vaccination.
| December 4, 2020
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 49: Hannah Lipscomb discusses otitis externa
Otitis externa is one of the most common conditions seen in veterinary practice, in particular in dogs. In this podcast, Hannah Lipscomb discusses its principal causes and factors, cytology culture and sensitivity results, treatment challenges and severe otitis externa.
| November 27, 2020
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 48: Hany Elsheikha on year-round parasite protection
Hany Elsheikha discusses the impact of infestation on pet health, plus how to improve compliance – including all-year-round – in this Vet Times Podcast.
| November 13, 2020
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 47: COVID – where do we go from here?
Vet Times talks to chief executive officer of Compassion in World Farming and a commentator on the effects of industrial farming, Philip Lymbery.
| November 6, 2020
Vet Times Extra: Flea treatment failure and how to prevent it – new data, new insight
In this sponsored podcast, brought to you in association with MSD Animal Health, makers of Bravecto, we speak to Richard Wall and Ian Wright about flea prevalence, and new data that offers vets fresh information about how to prevent it.
| October 30, 2020
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 46: Luca Ferasin on companion animal cardiology
Cardiology has seen many innovations in the past decade. Luca Ferasin explains the importance of first opinion practitioners, referral vets and owners working together on these cases.
| October 23, 2020
Vet Times Extra: Brian Beale on OA and PCSO-524
Orthopaedic surgeon Brian Beale discusses his findings around the effectiveness of marine-based fatty acid compound PCSO-524 in the treatment of canine osteoarthritis.
| October 21, 2020
Vet Times Extra: LiveClear Pt 3 – Libby Sheridan on pet nutrition
This podcast addresses the obstacles veterinary professionals can face in having conversations about pet nutrition with their clients.
| October 16, 2020
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 45: Marge Chandler on pet obesity
Starting conversations with owners about obesity in their pets can be difficult, but it is necessary, as weight problems among companion animals continue to rise.
| October 13, 2020
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 44: Jo Murrell on chronic pain in companion animals
The diagnosis and management of chronic pain in companion animals is an important topic in veterinary medicine, as it can have a major impact on animals’ well-being and quality of life.
| September 25, 2020
Vet Times Extra: Sue Paterson on otitis externa
Join us as we talk with Dr Sue Paterson, senior-vice president of the European Society of Veterinary Dermatology and former BSAVA president, to discuss how lockdown may have created an opportunity for vets to re-evaluate treatment for this common and frustrating condition.
| September 23, 2020
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 43: Sarah Caney on CKD in cats
In this Vet Times podcast, we find out more about the condition with RCVS specialist in feline medicine Sarah Caney, including advice on screening, diagnosis and management.
| September 11, 2020
Vet Times Extra: LiveClear Pt 2 – feline relinquishment, with Dr Andy Sparkes
In this podcast, sponsored by Purina Petcare, we’re joined by Andy Sparkes to talk about the important welfare issues around feline relinquishment, particularly as a result of the owner’s allergy to their cat.
| August 27, 2020
Vet Times Extra: Ken Kwochka discusses Neptra
Neptra is licenced for cases of acute canine otitis externa that involve mixed infections of Staphylococcus pseudintermedius and Malassezia pachydermatis.
Bayer Animal Health
| August 14, 2020
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 42: Nicola Menzies-Gow on equine laminitis
Nicola Menzies-Gow outlines the three types of laminitis – sepsis-associated, endocrinopathic and supporting limb – but explains how the clinical signs remain unchanged.
| August 7, 2020
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 41: Ian Wright on ticks and tick-borne threats
Tick-borne disease is a growing risk to the UK and its pets and owners. Ian Wright joins Paul Imrie to discuss the significant changes in the numbers and species of ticks and pathogens.
| July 31, 2020
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 40: Ferran Valls Sanchez talks SA gastrointestinal disorders
Ferran Valls Sanchez joins Paul Imrie to discuss prevention, treatment and prognosis of gastrointestinal disease in companion animals, among other important topics.
| July 24, 2020
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 39: Talking wellness with WellVet
James Westgate talks all things health and wellness with the team behind WellVet – a not-for-profit social enterprise created to help veterinary professionals live happier and healthier in mind, body and soul.
| July 17, 2020
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 38: Phil Elkins on the implications of cattle vaccination
Phil Elkins talks to Paul Imrie the practical support vets can provide their clients to help them decide whether to vaccinate their herds.
| July 10, 2020
Vet Times Extra – LiveClear, part 1: the science behind it
In this podcast, sponsored by Purina Petcare, Ebenezer Satyaraj tells us about a significant new product breakthrough in the management of feline allergens.
| July 3, 2020
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 37: Kit Sturgess with vet advice for senior dogs
| June 26, 2020
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 36: Diego Rodrigo Mocholi on locoregional anaesthesia in companion animals
Locoregional anaesthesia use in veterinary medicine has evolved greatly in the past few decades, with benefits lying in focusing on the specific target nerve responsible for pain. Diego Rodrigo Mocholi, from the RVC, joins us to discuss this interesting topic.
| May 22, 2020
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 35: Jenny Allan on summer mastitis issues
An acute seasonal disease in outside-kept cows, summer mastitis may have different transmission routes, but it has the same clinical signs. Jenny Allan discusses this variation, including treatment and prevention strategies.
| May 15, 2020
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 34: Sam Taylor on managing senior cats
Cats, like many of us, are living to an older age – which can present a unique set of challenges to veterinary practitioners. In this podcast, vet Sam Taylor discusses some of the health issues frequently seen in senior patients and how to help owners manage them.
| May 5, 2020
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 33: Aoife Ryan on equine medication specifics in field
Equine sedation and general anaesthesia is sometimes required in field situations. Aoife Ryan joins this Vet Times Podcast to discuss the pharmacology of commonly used drugs in such situations.
| April 24, 2020
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 32: Ross Allan on management of companion animal OA
Vets see osteoarthritis patients daily, and a range of management options are available. Ross Allan, RCVS advanced practitioner in small animal surgery, draws together important management considerations in this Vet Times Podcast.
| April 17, 2020
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 31: Karin Kruger on equine gastrointestinal disorders
Equine internal medicine specialist Karin Kruger rejoins the Vet Times Podcast to discuss classifying gastrointestinal disorders, the three pillars of successful management, treatment options and advice to give horse-owning clients.
| April 10, 2020
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 30: Ian Wright on fleas and related issues
Fleas are still a major parasite concern for pet owners, and still transmitting diseases that are dangerous to humans. Ian Wright joins us once more, this time to discuss fleas and related issues.
| April 3, 2020
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 29: Ariane Neuber on otitis externa
Few days pass without vets seeing a case of ear disease. Veterinary dermatology specialist Ariane Neuber joins us to discuss otitis externa, including causes, cytology, therapy and products.
| March 27, 2020
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 28: Ian Wright on companion animal deworming protocols
Monthly preventive deworming in cats and dogs has been a source of debate inside and outside the veterinary profession. Ian Wright, head of ESCCAP UK and Ireland, joins us to discuss endoparasitology topics.
| March 20, 2020
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 27: Jenny Stavisky on canine infectious respiratory disease (CIRD) complex
CIRD complex, historically termed “kennel cough”, is a relatively common presentation in UK primary care veterinary practice. Jenny Stavisky discusses its prevalence, presentation and prevention in this Vet Times Podcast.
| March 13, 2020
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 26: Simon Tappin on renal disease in geriatric patients
Older animals presenting with renal disease often do so because of other clinical issues. Simon Tappin, head of internal medicine at Dick White Referrals, talks us through some of the diagnostic challenges.
| March 6, 2020
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 25: Mike Rhodes discusses companion animal ophthalmology
Ophthalmic conditions can account for between 5% and 10% of companion animal consultations. Mike Rhodes, an RCVS and European specialist in veterinary ophthalmology, provides advice to general practitioners and discusses types, prevalence and treatment options.
| February 28, 2020
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 24: Karen Walsh discusses chronic pain in companion animals
With pets, like their owners, now living to an older age, more of them will be impacted by chronic pain issues. Pain management expert Karen Walsh talks to
editor Paul Imrie these problems in companion animals.
| February 21, 2020
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 23: Katie Roberts on RCVS’ education reforms
Tom Jackson and the 2019-2020 AVS UK & Ireland president discuss recommendations that came out of the Graduate Outcomes Project, which cover day one competences, the Professional Development Phase, EMS and clinical education for general practice.
| February 14, 2020
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 22: Nicola Robinson on companion animal poisons
Veterinary Times editor Paul Imrie speaks to Nicola Robinson, head of service at the Veterinary Poisons Information Service (VPIS).
| February 10, 2020
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 21: Ian Wright on exotic parasites in dogs
Pet travel, growing pet importation and expansion in global parasite distribution are all increasing exotic parasite risk to the UK. Ian Wright, head of ESCCAP UK and Ireland, discusses current and future threats and prevention strategies.
| January 31, 2020
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 20: Michael Hewetson on emerging and exotic equine diseases
Michael Hewetson, senior lecturer in equine internal medicine at the RVC, talks about arboviruses such as African horse sickness and West Nile virus, the importance of education and surveillance in helping detect them.
| January 24, 2020
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 19: Luca Ferasin on myxomatous mitral valve disease
Prof Luca Ferasin discusses prevalence, prognosis and research into myxomatous mitral valve disease – the most common cardiac disease in dogs, and the primary cause for congestive heart failure and cardiac-related death.
| January 17, 2020
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 18: Katie Fitzgerald on improving calf health
Vet Times caught up with LLM Farm Vets director Katie Fitzgerald at London Vet Show to discuss ways vets can motivate farmers on youngstock health issues.
| January 10, 2020
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 17: Getting fit with Andy Rose and Charlie Mays
Andy Rose and Charlie Mays co-founded VetFit after a study at the RVC showed sport and exercise had a significant positive impact on mental well-being.
| January 3, 2020
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 16: David Charles on BME role models
Having discussed the lessons he learned from his visit to the National Association of Black Veterinarians Conference in part one (Ep 15), David Charles considers the influence role models could have on BME students and the next generation of vets in the UK.
| December 20, 2019
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 15: David Charles discusses diversity in profession
David Charles attended the first National Association for Black Veterinarians Conference in the US. In the first of a two-part interview, he speaks about the lessons he learned that could be brought back to UK practice to boost diversity in the profession.
| December 13, 2019
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 14: David Walker talks Alabama rot and CIRD complex
David Walker is leading research into cutaneous and renal glomerular vasculopathy (CRGV), also known as Alabama rot. He speaks to the Vet Times Podcast about those research efforts, including the clinical signs to look out for.
| December 6, 2019
Q fever, part 2: management options
In the second of a two-part series on Q fever – brought to you courtesy of Ceva Animal Health – we discuss management options with vet Helen Scott and Kythe Mackenzie, ruminant vet adviser for Ceva Animal health.
| December 2, 2019
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 13: Psychologist Laura Haycock on diversity and inclusion
Senior psychologist Laura Haycock, one of the the speakers in BVA’s #BigConversation, discusses the importance of diversity and inclusion with host Paul Imrie.
| November 29, 2019
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 12: Richard Newton and Adam Rash on equine disease surveillance
Adam Rash and Richard Newton, of the AHT, speak to guest host Tom Jackson about 15 years of the Equine Quarterly Disease Surveillance Report – with a focus on this year’s equine flu cases.
| November 22, 2019
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 11: Valentina Busin on lambing research and prep
When it comes to the lambing period, preparation is key. Valentina Busin joins the Vet Times Podcast to discuss research, the importance of the knowledge exchange with farmers and importance aspects of pre-lambing preparation.
| November 15, 2019
Q fever, part 1: introducing the disease
Two-part series of podcasts – brought to you courtesy of Ceva Animal Health – looks at Q fever, a zoonotic disease that is relatively little known.
| November 14, 2019
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 10: Karen Perry discusses feline OA
Diagnosis and management of feline osteoarthritis (OA) can be challenging, especially as research lags behind that of canine OA. Karen Perry joins Paul Imrie to discuss the condition and its implications for cats and owners.
| November 7, 2019
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 9: Kate Parkinson discusses worming in small animals
Worming in companion animals is a routine, but vital, consideration for dog and cat owners. Vet Kate Parkinson discusses how practices can convey important information to owners in this area.
| November 1, 2019
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 8: Dave Beeston on ‘Practice Makes Perfect’
In this edition of the Vet Times Podcast, we talk to Dave Beeston about his early career, which he’s been chronicling for Veterinary Times readers in a monthly column.
| October 25, 2019
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 7: Karin Kruger on equine sedation and anaesthesia
Equine internal medicine specialist Karin Kruger focuses on when vets may have to perform sedation – and, in extreme cases, anaesthesia – in the field.
| October 18, 2019
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 6: Shaun Calleja talks gastric disease
Shaun Calleja, of Anderson Moores Veterinary Specialists, discusses types, diagnosis and management of gastric disorders in cats and dogs – signs of which can be seen in a quarter of primary care practice cases.
| October 11, 2019
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 5: Owen Atkinson discusses antimicrobial stewardship
Owen Atkinson discusses the hot topic of antimicrobial stewardship, outlining areas where vets and farmers can work together on responsible antibiotic use and progress made in other countries.
| October 4, 2019
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 4: Neil Hudson and Roly Owers on Brexit
Guest host Holly Kernot takes advantage of her "Access All Areas" BEVA pass to grab a word with Neil Hudson and Roly Owers after the event’s first panel discussion on Brexit.
| September 27, 2019
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 3: Rachel Dean and Tim Mair introduce the EBVM Manifesto
Guest host Tom Jackson speaks to VetPartners’ Rachel Dean and new BEVA president Tim Mair about the EBVM manifesto, which they presented to equine vets for discussion at BEVA Congress.
| September 20, 2019
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 2: Sean Wensley on PAW report
Veterinary Times editor Paul Imrie talks to PDSA’s Sean Wensley about the PDSA Animal Wellbeing Report, falling pet vaccination rates and the growing trend towards “humanisation” of pets.
| September 13, 2019
Vet Times Podcast, Ep 1: Rob Drysdale
editor Paul Imrie speaks to farm vet and consultant Rob Drysdale about bovine viral diarrhoea (BVD) and efforts across the UK to eradicate the persistent animal health problem in cattle herds.
| September 6, 2019
UK’s leading veterinary publisher launches podcast channels
Veterinary Business Development unveils three groundbreaking podcast channels for veterinary surgeons, veterinary nurses and veterinary business professionals.
| September 5, 2019
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