Tony Andrews covers the variety of problems, including toxicity, that may occur when feeding this plant to cattle.36 mins
Karin Kruger shares some of the techniques and drugs she has found helpful when sedating and anaesthetising horses.
Lotfi El Bahri describes the case of a German shepherd dog that presents after having ingested some insecticide.
Karin Kruger focuses on when vets may have to perform sedation – and in extreme cases anaesthesia – in the field.
Diego Rodrigo Mocholi details the anaesthetic considerations required for animals with heart disease – from perianaesthesia to recovery.
Hany Elsheikha delves into the new trends in flea and tick control, and discusses the importance of engaging clients.
Nicola Menzies-Gow discusses issues that may arise with older horses, including aspects of nutrition and common diseases.
Sarah Heath discusses the impact of noise phobias on pets, how and why they manifest, and the importance of ongoing comprehensive services to offer owners.
Ahead of her lecture to recent graduates at BCVA Congress with Lucy Jerram, Jenny Allan discusses why these plans are more than a box-ticking exercise, and how they help start discussions with farmers about animal welfare and disease.
John Dawson recalls the 34th scientific meeting of the Association of Embryo Technology in Europe, held in Nantes, France, in 2018.
In his latest Dairy Diary, Roger Evans explains why he is angry the activities of some farmers bring bad publicity for everyone else.
David Walker and Shaun Calleja review medical conditions affecting the stomach, including an update on management and treatment.
Nicola Gladden reviews the measurement methods available to practitioners and discusses routine herd-based monitoring.
Having embarked on an RVC Queen Mother Hospital for Animals internship, Dave Beeston shares the highs and lows from his initial weeks – the déjà vu, the self-doubt and the determination to succeed.
Francesco Cian discusses the case of an adult, domestic shorthair cat with clinical history of anappetence, weight loss and lethargy in his latest Haematology Hub column.
RVN Elle Marie Payne feels a huge stigma exists around this topic, as well as a lack of awareness regarding what people can do to get help. With this in mind, she conducted a survey among veterinary professionals to gauge others' opinions – the results of which she discusses here.25 mins
Owen Atkinson considers the social aspects of antibiotic supply to farms, and steps farmers and vets can take towards responsible use.
Nicolas Granger and Helene Vandenberghe discuss new insights into this condition and the genetics that cause it.
Sue Dyson reviews developments in the understanding of risk factors, and discusses diagnosis and management of this condition.
Selda Curtseit presents the case of Ella, a nine-year-old neutered female Rottweiler with a history of OA, in the latest of the occasional Case Notes series.