Karin Kruger summarises the analgesic and anaesthetic choices available when treating equine patients.
Karen Walsh looks at uses and latest developments in analgesics, as well as types available in canine and feline patients.
Sally Wilson discusses how her practice decided to harness this concept and make it a constructive tool for both farmer and vet.
Francesco Cian discusses a blood sample from an adult neutered poodle in the latest Haematology Hub.
Elisabetta Mancinelli details the diagnosis and treatment of this uncommon disease in lagomorphs.
Fiona Adam and Marco Armellini present history, physical examination and ultrasound findings to help diagnose a cat's behavioural problem.
In the final part of his article series (VT49.20; VT49.22), retired vet Julian Earl describes how his family and his sport have helped him deal with having to cut short his veterinary career.
Ian Wright advocates the blood smear as a useful screening tool for immediate results on a broad range of parasites.
Nicola Menzies-Gow discusses the signalment and clinical signs of this condition, and challenges presented by further diagnostic testing.
David Beeston shares his experiences as a no-longer-new-but-recent graduate in his latest Practice Makes Perfect column.
Andrea Holmes looks at this condition in a canine patient, and outlines recommended management and monitoring.
Alex Gough looks at a study into a borreliosis vaccination and another on levothyroxine supplementation, among others, in the latest Research Review.
Elena Fenollosa Romero offers a flavour of life as a student in North Carolina as part of her residency, and tackling both heat and cold.
Professor Duncan Lascelles describes a new approach to managing canine osteoarthritis (OA) and introduces a new way to target canine OA pain.
CASE STUDY: 2016 BVDzero awards finalist Angela Damaso explains how limited resources, farmer apathy, biosecurity challenges and various other issues resulted in an incomplete BVD eradication programme.
Louise Ash describes methods of safely administering anaesthetics in this easily stressed prey species.
Rachel Agass and Kate Loomes review the basic pathophysiology of this issue and explore some of the options for analgesia in the short term.
Lotfi El Bahri discusses indications, resistance, interactions, dose and administration, and toxicity of this antibiotic in cats.
Julian Earl continues his article (part 1 VT49.20) by describing how, despite returns to Hull to relieve pressure on his skull, cycling helped him choose not to give up.
Adam Bernstein takes a look at the process when dealing with a difficult staff member.