Diego Rodrigo Mocholi details the anaesthetic considerations required for animals with heart disease – from perianaesthesia to recovery.36 mins
Hany Elsheikha delves into the new trends in flea and tick control, and discusses the importance of engaging clients.
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.
David Walker and Shaun Calleja review medical conditions affecting the stomach, including an update on management and treatment.
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.
Nicolas Granger and Helene Vandenberghe discuss new insights into this condition and the genetics that cause it.25 mins
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.
Kelly Bowlt Blacklock discusses this topic in dogs and cats, including attitudes towards pain and how to reliably assess patient pain levels.
Gian Marco Arcabasso and Francesc Xavier Salord Torres look at diagnostics and resolution methods regarding these types of jaw injuries in canine and feline patients.
Jeanette Bannoehr discusses aural and dermal conditions that often present in cats and dogs, including management and diagnosis.
Francesco Cian discusses the case of an adult, male dog referred for lethargy, anorexia and abdominal discomfort.
Hany Elsheikha highlights the major groups of such parasites affecting dogs and cats, and explores the idea of an individualised approach to treating patients.
Tereza Bodnárová presents the case of Tessa, a 13-year-old female entire border collie with a history of urinary incontinence.
Sarah Caney details how to diagnose this common disorder, which predominantly affects older felines.34 mins
In his latest Research Review column for Veterinary Times, Alex Gough presents more research from the veterinary field.
Alastair Mather and Jon Hall discuss the initial presentation of this issue in canine and feline patients, as well as decision-making for surgery.
In the second of a two-part series, Peter Kukadia looks at bacterial infection of the skin and pitfalls when discussing this complex condition with clients.
Hany Elsheikha summarises the latest thinking on preventive health care, and discusses the importance of owners adhering to control programmes to ensure they are successful.
Victoria Robinson, using case examples, looks at treatment and management of this chronic problem, including owner advice.
Francesco Cian’s latest Haematology Hub column reviews the case of a dog that presented with loss of appetite, exercise intolerance and a history of persistent anaemia.