Kathryn Cowley kicks off a series on canine osteoarthritis that aims to promote a greater understanding of complementary treatments and management techniques among veterinary professionals.11 mins
Marge Chandler considers the role of nutrition and supplements to manage this condition, in addition to addressing patient stress.
Glen Cousquer describes the plight of this species in the wake of a dominant grey squirrel population, as well as efforts to help.
Alex Gough also summaries studies into histoplasmosis, total IV anaesthesia and duodenum intubation during gastrointestinal endoscopy in his latest Research Review.
Willows Veterinary Group founder vet Derek Carter saw many changes during his time in the profession – not least, the increasing popularity and prominence of small animal practice. Derek steps into the Examination Room to share memories from his career, and give advice to vets young and old.
Newly qualified vet and champion athlete Laura Muir shares some tips on staying healthy and happy – despite the pressure of two demanding careers.
Sara Verganti and Davide Berlato consider classification of lymphoma types in dogs and describe approaches to their diagnosis and treatment.
looks at aetiology, epidemiology, treatment, prevention and management for patients with RVHD.
Roger Evans discusses some of the measures being taken by farmers in light of ongoing uncertainty with Brexit – and suggests they have endless implications for vets.
In his latest Grad Expectations column, David Beeston shares his experiences of preparing his CV and suggests some key areas to focus on to appeal to veterinary practices.
Veterinary life can be mentally tough, but so can training to get there. Paul Imrie looks at how the UK’s veterinary schools are preparing the vets of tomorrow to cope with the pressures of today.
Sarah Smith and Victoria Savage discuss how to diagnose these abnormalities, and suggests various treatment and prevention options.33 mins
“I wonder if any vet, anywhere, has avoided the feeling something may have gone wrong somewhere in our training... and it may just be a matter of time before they find out?”
Hany Elsheikha considers the circumstances and source of this disease, including optimal timing for prevention and treatment.
Making changes from the norm can help keep your brain healthy as you age – as Ellen Lavender discusses in her latest Practice Notes, in which she talks about her decision to visit New Zealand.
Tierney Kinnison, Rachel Lumbis, Alison Langridge and Ruth Serlin highlight existing initiatives for this integrated learning approach, and the idea of combining multiprofessional and interprofessional concepts.
Chartered occupational psychologist Kyle Davies looks at how emotions are often linked to stress-related illnesses – and how these may affect veterinary professionals.
The dry period is an opportunity to rid the udder of any infection and prepare it for the coming lactation. Using the appropriate dry cow therapy also protects the udder once lactation has started.
Did you know there is a reversible alternative to surgical castration which offers the same benefits of surgery? See the effects of castration without the permanence.
Marge Chandler discusses dietary management of senior small animals and provides advice practitioners can give to owners.