Ben Garland describes surgery to remove a foreign body from the oesophagus, looking at alternative methods, potential complications and recovery26 mins
Mick Millar details his experience of examining a dead adult female African elephant.
Celia Marr looks at the latest information surrounding diseases affecting equines and available analgesic options.
Elisabetta Mancinelli discusses ocular disease in rabbits and rodents, and how the increasing number of research investigations is improving the standards of care.
Peter Edmondson discusses why vets are best placed to help farmers make the transition to selective dry cow therapy.
David Rendle discusses the risk factors and methods of prevention for this condition, which mainly affects performance horses.
Ariane Neuber looks at factors involved in canine ear disease, approach to investigation and therapy, and importance of early intervention.
Vicki Nicholls recounts the heartfelt tale of when she had to say goodbye to her dog as an owner, rather than as a veterinarian.
Ellen Lavender discusses how vet school doesn't prepare you for every eventuality you'll encounter in practice.
Roger Evans looks at some of the issues affecting dairy farmers, including antibiotics and the continuing issues around bTB – especially on his own farm.
Scott Rutherford discusses a variety of management options for this common arthritic condition seen in canine patients.
Kerry Simpson following part 1 based on diagnosis (VT47.03), suggests a selection of therapies and treatments for this condition.
Sally Birch discusses the case of five-month-old male entire domestic shorthair cat called Simon.
Tara Zilic reports on the annual Equine SkiPD course, where attendees can share information about running their practices in between hitting the ski slopes.
Chanticleer casts a weather eye over some more topics – global as well as veterinary.
Laura Quiney and Sue Dyson explore methods of managing and training horses for competition and how to avoid stress, tension and obesity.44 mins
Elisabetta Mancinelli on the latest research and studies about Europe's third most popular mammalian pet.
Jerry Dunne describes a case in which a stray dog presented with a fractured spine after being involved in a road traffic collision.
Alex Gough presents the latest research and studies in veterinary medicine.
Adam Martin describes how modern techniques have answered beef suckler farmers’ concerns about using artificial insemination.