Kelly Bowlt Blacklock in the second of this two-part article, discusses different techniques to close wounds in canine and feline patients.13 mins
Ben Garland describes surgery to remove a foreign body from the oesophagus, looking at alternative methods, potential complications and recovery
Ariane Neuber looks at factors involved in canine ear disease, approach to investigation and therapy, and importance of early intervention.
Scott Rutherford discusses a variety of management options for this common arthritic condition seen in canine patients.
Kerry Simpson following part 1 based on diagnosis (VT47.03), suggests a selection of therapies and treatments for this condition.
Sally Birch discusses the case of five-month-old male entire domestic shorthair cat called Simon.
Jerry Dunne describes a case in which a stray dog presented with a fractured spine after being involved in a road traffic collision.9 mins
Alex Gough presents the latest research and studies in veterinary medicine.
Kerry Simpson, in the first of a two-part series, outlines the nature, concurrent types and diagnostic approach to this condition.
Carolina Arenas explains the investigative, treatment and follow-up protocols carried out in a miniature schnauzer emergency case
Kelly Bowlt Blacklock looks at studies on companion animal wound care, focusing on emerging techniques (part 1/2).
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James Elliott assesses methods of discovery for this condition and suggests treatments.
Stephanie Lalor discusses the case of Ollie, an 18-month-old male entire great Dane, in the latest of our Practice Notes series.
Sarah Caney examines ways to identify causes of this condition to assign the correct treatment and management options.
Learn how the new puppy growth charts could help pave the way for a healthier dog population, simply by tracking growth against reference standards.
Clinical reasoning skills form the cornerstone of vets' daily diagnostic and treatment decisions. Jill Maddison discusses how those decisions can be enhanced.
Tamara Montrose, Grace Carroll and Alison Wills suggest ways in which pets can be put at ease during appointments, such as waiting room management.17 mins
Ana Lara looks at defining the essential versus desirable aspects of treating this common type of cancer in dogs, to help keep costs down for owners.
Nigel Dougherty revisits lessons learned and options considered from a dog that presented following a vehicle-induced injury.