August 2017

Vet Dan Makin reports from 2017’s Pride in London march and the wider activities of the British Veterinary Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender group.

26 mins

David Rendle and Harry Carslake discuss methods of diagnosing horses with this condition, assessing the positives and challenges of each one.

69 mins

Funding a veterinary degree can be a struggle for many students, so getting a little extra financial help can make a real difference. University of Bristol undergraduate Sophie Milligan stepped into the Examination Room to explain how an MSD bursary is helping her studies and enhancing her career prospects.

21 mins

Jenny Moffett discusses approaches on what to do when confronted with irate or disruptive clients in the practice.

24 mins

Ellen Lavender reflects on the case of an injured lurcher to discuss the challenge of treating stray or lost animals – and how financial considerations play a part in decision-making.

18 mins

“Dinosaurs like me should take comfort in the realisation today’s young are far less likely to be influenced by the egos of news presenters, because they seek information from a far wider range of digital sources.”

18 mins

Peter Edmondson looks at various factors to take into consideration when adopting this technology in the dairy environment.

32 mins

Hany Elsheikha considers the most economically important endoparasitic worm species in cattle and management options.

47 mins

Margit Groenevelt looks at antibiotic resistance in dairy sheep and goats, in the UK and worldwide, including causes and control measures.

32 mins

Katherine Clarke discusses the clinical examination and blood results for an 11-year-old cocker spaniel with worsening haematuria.

8 mins

Jeremy Campbell describes his personal experience of setting up his own practice and the lessons he learned along the way.

30 mins

Elisabetta Mancinelli discusses an alternative, non-invasive technique for sedating several species – including rabbits, pigeons and tortoises.

30 mins

Albane Fauron and Karen Perry, in the second of a three-part article, discuss how to spot this condition in dogs and methods of examination.

#CALFMATTERS is a vaccination campaign from Merial Animal Health which encourages farmers to vaccinate their calves against calf pneumonia.

2 mins

July 2017

Jon Hardy looks at the aetiology, clinical signs, management and prevention around pyotraumatic dermatitis in canines.

24 mins

Tony Andrews discusses methods of defining and treating this condition by reporting on a selection of available studies.

48 mins

Alex Gough looks at a study into the most common acquired cardiac disorders of cats, plus others, in his latest Research Review.

17 mins

Clare Wilson discusses the importance of puppy socialisation in fostering desired behaviour to take through to adult life.

39 mins

Mat Hennessey reports on a talk given by the renowned actor at the University of Liverpool.

15 mins

Yordan Fernandez and James Warland look at multiple endocrinopathies in dogs, diagnosing the various disorders and the management options.

47 mins