Ross Allan, in the first of a two-part article, describes wound healing as a journey – along which the owner should be fully engaged.18 mins
Francesco Cian presents his latest Cytology Corner, this time on a case involving a slowly growing mass on a mixed breed, male dog's tail.
Karen Perry takes a look at methods to treat this condition, including a variety of drugs.
Marge Chandler looks at what a raw food diet is, and its benefits and deficiencies for pets compared to commercial foods.
Virbac is celebrating its 50th anniversary by offering 50 lucky colleagues the opportunity to experience the home of the company with a trip to Nice.
Hany Elsheikha describes the health risk of infestation to pets and owners, and importance of year-round parasiticide compliance.47 mins
Laura Holm and David Walker investigate how cutaneous and renal glomerular vasculopathy can lead to the development of acute kidney injury.
Francesco Cian takes the ultrasonographic image of an 11-year-old domestic short-haired cat as inspiration for his latest Cytology Corner.
Ellie Mardell explores this respiratory disease in cats, and its management and treatment, focusing on immunotherapy (video content at the foot of the article).
Alex Gough returns with Research Review, where he runs the rule over the latest studies in companion animal science.
Victoria Robinson and Hilary Jackson discuss various ways of preventing and managing this condition, plus systemic and topical treatments available.56 mins
James Warland and Kelly Bowlt-Blacklock look at evidence and recommendations for use of antimicrobials in companion animals, in this first in a series.
Sarah Caney discusses effective ways of identifying this condition in cats and management strategies that can slow its progression.
Several drugs are available for managing psychiatric disorders in small animals. Sagi Denenberg discusses why knowledge of these drugs – including applications, pharmacokinetics and side effects – is paramount when treating patients.
David Sargan provides a detailed picture of what is known about the health and welfare of these dogs – looking at the general health of breeds, whether better individuals exist and how these can be recognised.
Karen Walsh considers methods of assessing pain, drugs used to relieve the condition and ways of administering them.
Francesco Cian looks at the case of an eight-year-old mixed-breed dog with a large mass on its leg in the latest from Cytology Corner.
Ian Wright discusses methods of identifying and examining parasitic infections in cats and dogs, such as ticks and fleas.
Sarah Caney outlines the importance of reducing stress in feline patients and offers tips to help veterinary teams have “cattitude”.
Charlotte Maile describes the most commonly reported conditions affecting glycogen storage in domestic animals.