Kate Parkinson discusses the importance of vaccination, worming, insurance, nutrition, neutering, spaying and gaining owner compliance.30 mins
Kate Parkinson discusses new evidence on ways to manage this condition, aimed at general practitioners.
Francesco Cian continues his Haematology Hub series by discussing a case of a cat with a clinical history of pyrexia, soft faeces, inappetence and intermittent vomiting.
Matthew Best discusses thoracic respiratory disease, including immune-mediated and infectious aetiologies.
Alex Gough provides a review of some of the latest studies in veterinary medicine in his monthly Research Review.
Karen Perry, in the first of a three-part article series, looks at latest thinking on functional changes related to this disorder in dogs.
Darren Barnes discusses the investigation and management of these cases in companion animals – as well as indications for surgical intervention – and outlines post-treatment care.35 mins
Ian Wright discusses the increasing threat of this vector-borne disease, and how to recognise and manage infection.
Francesco Cian presents another case in his latest Haematology Hub, this time on a mixed breed, male dog with clinical history of inappetence, anorexia and recurrent episodes of vomiting.
Mike Davies offers tips on how to approach this issue in practice – including tackling owner denials and achieving compliance.
Danielle Marturello and Karen Perry, in the final of a three-part article, look at how client compliance can impact on management of the condition in dogs.
Daniela Murgia details methods of handling this condition, referencing the primary and secondary surveys of patient trauma.
Michael Groombridge describes the diagnosis and management of a dog that presented with apparent urinary incontinence.
This part of Kathryn Cowley's OA series looks at the use of physical therapy and alternative therapies as a way of tackling this condition.19 mins
Alberto Palella Gómez recounts the presentation of a French bulldog with a cornea superficial ulcer that had been resistant to treatment.
Kieran McDonald and Paul Burr discuss the use of this treatment in dogs, as well as its indications for use and ongoing research into its efficacy.
Daniela Murgia, in the first of a two-part article, discusses primary tumour, regional lymph node and distant metastasis assessment.
Leila Bedos Senon outlines use of this diagnostic method and treatment options in patients with damage to the eye’s most outer layer.
Vanessa Bourne discusses the challenges of ensuring treatment compliance and how to increase clients’ awareness of the importance of using appropriate products.
Eleanor Mardell describes approaches to recognise and manage OA in an increasingly ageing population of cats with kidney disease. Contains video content.8 mins