Hany Elsheikha discusses the clinical impact of key ectoparasites, as well as strategies for effective therapeutic control.38 mins
Karen Perry looks at existing and future treatment options regarding degenerative joint disease occurring in feline patients.
Alison Howey continuing her series of law articles, looks at the legal provisions of some acts, regulations and orders – and the vet’s role should they be contravened.
Ruth Gostelow discusses the aetiology, treatment, management and monitoring with regards to diabetic feline patients.
James Warland and Jason Bestwick discuss disease entities and treatments, including diet and nutraceuticals, with an emphasis on the lower urinary tract.
Simone Anesi and Toby Gemmill on the case of Shadow, a one-year-old, male neutered Labrador retriever that presented as an emergency after falling down a steep bank.
Hannah Capon following on from the first part of this article (VT17.07), suggests how to tackle OA with regards to owner interaction.
Jenny Helm, senior veterinary clinician at University of Glasgow, discusses the recent tick media attention and the stats vets should be aware of.
Ariane Neuber discusses the importance of a firm diagnosis and management plan for dogs affected by seasonal allergies.
Catherine Bovens discusses various methods of diagnosis and treatment for this common autoimmune disease present in dogs.37 mins
Despite research associating gastric lavage with worse patient outcomes, Gerardo Poli says some uncommon cases may benefit from the technique.
Alex Gough casts his eye over more companion animal research and studies, including one on degenerative mitral valve disease in cavalier king Charles spaniels.
Vets and VNs can play their part in improving rabbit welfare in clinics by taking part in an online study from the University of Bristol.
Coco – who suffered entropion since birth – has had her sight fully restored following eye surgery at The Mayhew Animal Home in London.
One-year-old cocker spaniel Meadow was rushed to a practice in Warwick after her owners realised she had been chewing on the remote control.
Isuru Gajanayake discusses the changes to nutritional requirements that should be considered in older canine and feline patients.
John Williams reports on a case where a border terrier was presented at an emergency hospital and how diagnosis was made.
Negar Hamzianpour with the latest in the Case Notes series.
Debbie Gow and Hilary Jackson discuss modifying animals’ immune response to allergens to treat their skin disease, in the first of a two-part article.
Sarah Caney discusses this common complaint in felines and suggests several possible treatments and management tools.