Parasite prevention is a huge part of veterinary nursing. It is important to understand life cycles and treatment protocols to ensure clients and their pets receive the correct information.31 mins
Lynne Kerrigan offers key tips VNs should share with new owners of these pets to ensure their health and welfare needs are met.30 mins
Ariane Neuber discusses the aetiology and treatment methods of various allergic conditions that often present in dogs and cats.
Emma Archer focuses on a nurse’s role prior to, during and after a patient is anaesthetised, from appropriate premedication to supervision tools (part 1/2).23 mins
Emma Gerrard explains the usual causes of vomiting in cats and dogs to equip VNs with useful knowledge when performing triage.
The EDGE programmes from Vets Now are not only exciting and fun but they provide the ideal springboard for a career in EEC.
ABSTRACT Chronic pain is a life-altering condition that has significant impact on a cat’s quality … more25 mins
In many weight loss programmes, the most difficult stage is once ideal/target bodyweight has been … more
Veterinary nurses have an important role in every aspect of anaesthesia, from the preparation of equipment … more23 mins
Probiotics supplementation is gaining popularity – for example, as promoted in advertisements for people as “good bacteria”. A … more
International Cat Care (ICC) has teamed up with the Veterinary Poisons Information Service (VPIS) and Agria … more18 mins
Endoparasite infections in dogs and cats are a familiar concern for pet owners. This article will … more
Dietary-induced skin problems include food intolerances; primary and secondary nutrient deficiencies and nutrient toxicities. A … more18 mins