Karen Perry describes two new approaches to stabilising the luxated patella in dogs, as well as a new form of subsequent pain relief post-surgery.20 mins
Brooke, The Donkey Sanctuary, SPANA and World Horse Welfare have formed a coalition that aims to support the implementation of the first ever global welfare standards for working horses, donkeys and mules.
The EU Energy and Environment Sub-Committee seeks to highlight any challenges or opportunities the Government will face in maintaining welfare standards post-Brexit.
Anna Bruguera looks at bovine viral diarrhoea, its transmission, recognising clinical signs and UK eradication schemes in place.
Mateusz Jaksz and Claudia Busse in the second of a two-part article, look at the diagnosis, as well as medical and surgical treatment, of this condition.
Andrew Kent looks at the aetiology, diagnosis, treatment options and monitoring of this common condition presenting in dogs
Elisabetta Mancinelli discusses best practices for ensuring the right water intake for rabbits and rodents.
Sara Pedersen reviews the 2nd International Hoof Trimmers Conference, which took place at Legoland in Denmark.
Jack Reece discusses the importance of student vets gaining job experience and how some colleges fail to prepare them.
Victoria Brown looks at research into behaviour traits suggesting whale and dolphin species grieve after the death of their offspring.
The granting of the UK’s first sterile Manufacturer’s Specials Authorisation by the VMD has the potential to change the way equine vets here manage horses, according to BEVA.
Miguel Martinez highlights considerations when dealing with anaesthetised intracranial disease patients.
Andrew Forbes discusses parasitic and pest species that can impact on the grazing season and how best to control the problem.
Michał Mól describes the diagnostic imaging modalities and medical undertakings regarding a case of a five-month-old puppy with hindlimb tissue damage.
Chris Shales looks at the presentation, prognosis and treatment options surrounding this category of wound in dogs.
Victoria Brown recalls the search for a missing uterine horn during an irregular kitten spay.
Carl Regan, Lisa Yon and Hany Elsheikha report results of a study of parasitic and bacterial infections from several species kept in captivity in the UK and India.
Glen Cousquer and Kenneth Boyd introduce the concept of how vets can ethically approach wildlife cases, in the first of a five-part article.
Courtesy of Merial Animal Health, through a clinical case study competition, I won a trip … more
David Beeston advises students on getting the most out of their final year and to set their own guidelines for good mental health.