Henrietta Price, using previous cases, considers how practices should handle injured wild animals brought in by the public.48 mins
Peter Edmondson looks at how vets can work with farmers to effectively control and reduce infection on dairy farms.
Harriet Coates discusses the use of alpha2-adrenoceptor agonists in equines and some of the sides effects that can occur.
Francesca Doria discusses the causes, signs, diagnostic procedures and treatment options relating to oedematous vaginal mucosa protrusion in canine patients.
Francesco Cian describes the case of a rapidly growing mass in the anal sac of an adult male English cocker spaniel in his latest Cytology Corner column.
Roger Evans makes no apologies for returning to a regular discussion point in his latest Dairy Diary.
Richard Allport, with Halloween almost upon us, shares his fictional tale of a seemingly innocent house call to help a dog in labour that took a sinister turn...
Natasha Mitchell discusses various ocular diseases affecting dogs that are seen in veterinary practice, as well as treatment strategies.
Jonathan Anderson looks at the anatomy of the distal phalanx and hoof before describing related foot conditions in the horse.
In his second Grad Expectations, David Beeston discusses the limbo between finals and starting a job.
The second of a two-part Exotic Encounters article by Elisabetta Mancinelli focuses on rats, looking at the latest findings in the species.
Wendela Wapenaar details the importance of knowledge and communication when working with farmers to improve animal health.
Hany Elsheikha discusses the importance of raising the awareness of parasite protection with owners, especially all year-round.
Ian Wright, in the second of a two-part article, looks at the rapidly evolving danger of Echinococcus multilocularis establishing in the UK.
Lee-Anne Oliver details the predominant organisms causing these diseases in cattle and sheep, as well as control measures.
Alex Draper reviews pain management thinking for equines in the latest Practice Notes column in Veterinary Times.
Chanticleer sings from the rooftops on more subjects from or affecting the veterinary sector.
Jo Murrell discusses how to assess and quantify pain, and reports on advances made in managing this through analgesia.
John Chitty explains the basics of handling rabbits during an examination and how practices can be more accommodating.
David Beeston presents the first in the series of his Grad Expectations columns, with advice for students in the final stages of veterinary school.