Ruth Gostelow discusses the aetiology, treatment, management and monitoring with regards to diabetic feline patients.31 mins
Jenny Helm, senior veterinary clinician at University of Glasgow, discusses the recent tick media attention and the stats vets should be aware of.
Join the RVC’s feline endocrinology experts Stijn Niessen and Yaiza Forcada on a journey through the facts and myths of cats and their hormones in this webinar series.14 mins
ROYAL CANIN® is excited to announce the launch of a new range of liquid diets specifically designed for tube feeding. Click here to find out more!22 mins
Arianna Negrin and Giunio Bruto Cherubini investigate the clinical signs and epidemiology of the most common spinal diseases in cats, with discussion of management using diagnosis acronym “VITAMIN D”.32 mins
Kit Sturgess discusses some of the causes of this intestinal disease and how using probiotics and dietary therapy are among the best available approaches to treatment.
Feline hypertension is a significant problem in clinical practice that causes morbidity and mortality in ageing cats.
Hany Elsheikha discusses why it is important for owners to be compliant when administering deworming medicine to their pets and ways to approach this with clients.
Get the latest independent information canine rickettsial diseases, tick-borne diseases that multiply within circulating cells.33 mins
Catherine Bovens considers stabilisation and long-term treatment approaches to chronic breathing difficulties in felines, where, in the majority of cases, the prognosis is good.
Babesiosis is an emerging threat to UK pets. Make sure you get the latest independent information here to help you tackle this.
The threat from ticks and tick-borne diseases is changing. Get the latest independent information here.
Lyme disease is relatively new but growing threat for both pets and people in the UK. Get independent up-to-date information here to help you tackle this.41 mins
It is harder to correlate the grade of a heart murmur with the severity of the underlying heart problem in cats than it is in dogs. Some quite loud murmurs may occur with relatively small defects.2 mins
Fractures in animals less than one year of age are frequently observed by vets and … more24 mins