Marie Rippingale discusses two of the main allergic respiratory and skin disorders in equids, and how veterinary nurses can help.24 mins
Kelly Huitson RVN, advises on how vet nurses can support owners of animals suffering with blinding diseases.
John Redbond explains the importance of VN clinics, how they can be run, and the role they play in aiding the vet and client.27 mins
Sarah Little outlines handling, behavioural and environmental aspects in animals pre-medication.
Georgina Sharman looks at the use of this in practice and how vet nurses can assist.31 mins
It can be very daunting trying to write an article, but it is not as scary as you might think. Nicola Ruedisueli RVN, shares some tips on how you can get your work published...
Nicola Lakeman looks at the benefits that an RVN’s involvement in ear cases can bring.18 mins
Elle Payne covers the grading and management of this common spinal cord condition, before detailing care that can be offered by veterinary nurses.
Emma Gerrard advises on how to tackle these tricky parasites as spring approaches.
With spring just around the corner, Matt takes a look at nurse care and support to tortoises coming out of hibernation.
Nicola Ackerman PGDip, RVN, CertSAN, Cert VN ECC, VTS(Nutrition), offers advice on how to master the art of talking to reluctant clients, and the importance of this “soft skill” in gaining compliance.28 mins
Laura Lacey details the disease processes that can affect small animal patients as they get older, and the importance of sharing with owners what is normal and what is not.
Sarah Collins, International Society of Feline Medicine programme manager at International Cat Care, explains how to work out energy requirements for your hospitalised feline patients.6 mins
Emma Gerrard shares tips for RVNs to pass on to owners of young cats and dogs.
Victoria Bowes advises on how VNs can help owners manage their pets’ weight and understand what is “too fat” or “too thin”.