An often poorly understood and cared for species, Matthew Rendle spotlights the key steps VNs and vets can take to help when presented with a rabbit in need of urgent help…38 mins
Louise O’Dwyer highlights the measures that need to be taken to prevent infection, both during and after catheterisation.
RVN Louise O'Dwyer takes a look at the therapy needed for – and the requirements of – critical pneumonia patients.
RVN Sarah Nicholson spotlights a case that not only led to a unique treatment being undertaken, but a new pet for her, too...
RVN Alexandra Taylor asks why cats often receive suboptimal pain relief, and how VNs have a key role in challenging this...
With ownership of exotic species on the rise, Matthew Rendle helps RVNs understand what they need to become a “good” VN for these animals, such as minimal fear and a willingness to try hard…28 mins
Stephanie Hedges helps RVNs navigate the world of pet behaviour – from its importance and how to get involved, to how influential the vet nurse is in the field.
RVN Scott Parry – using his practice’s health plan as an example – offers advice on what his peers can do if they wish to get on board...
RVN Emma Gerrard, with Guy Fawkes Night on the horizon, looks at what advice VNs can give owners to help petrified pets cope through this period.
RVN Wendy Sneddon – considering practices are businesses that need to make money, and that VNs could probably do with knowing a little more about this – offers readers business finance explanations and tips for improving performance...18 mins
Marge Chandler, in the final of a two-part article, discusses the complex relationship of obesity and health, and how VNs can help owners manage the condition in pets.
VN Times editor Rebecca Hubbard looks at the efficacy of the tools, materials, CPD and training that accompany production of antiparasitic pharmaceuticals.
This month, Louise O’Dwyer takes a look at refeeding syndrome, how to avoid it and what to actually do instead...
RCVS Knowledge writers continue to help VNs get to grips with evidence-based veterinary medicine. This month, it’s all about searching...
New research reveals pet owner’s biggest concerns, and also highlights a worrying lack of understanding of the key parasite risks.
Palatable oral chews have transformed the ectoparasite market in the USA, and the same trend is happening here in the UK.
Parasitologist Ian Wright discusses the evolving parasite risks facing dogs, including the growing threat of lungworm and ticks.
Recent research at the University of Salford shows that questing Ixodes ticks were found almost every month of the year.