Bob Partridge considers the causes of bad breath – with dental disease the most common.21 mins
Lotfi El Bahri, in the first of a two-part article, introduces this antibiotic and its use in cats, including pharmacokinetics, microbiology and mode of action.
Diana Ferreira discusses available treatment options and management strategies for both outer and middle ear inflammation.
Mark Lowrie discusses advances of indentifying and managing the various types of this condition.
Myra Forster-van Hijfte offers her thoughts on a new possibility in canine veterinary care, and suggests ways vets could embrace this emerging trend for the benefit of dogs and their owners.
Pauline Jamieson discusses signs to look out for and approaches to short and long-term management of this condition in dogs.
Ana Nemec considers what advice vets should offer owners on oral care at home to maximise their pets' dental health.
Amanda Nicholls extols the importance of monitoring and treating cat obesity, and offers a case study of what her practice and its team does.
Luca Ferasin outlines how the diagnostic approach to this common complaint can be complicated by inaccurate interpretations and tackles the controversies of clinical management.42 mins
Kathryn Cowley discusses various lifestyle changes that can be adopted by owners of dogs with OA, most of which are low cost or free through the use of a home assessment tool.
Ariane Neuber assesses prevailing types of allergy present in canine patients, suggesting diagnosis and management forms.
Francesco Cian presents a case from a dog with a four-day history of acute history of acute cervical hyperaesthesia and neurological deficits on the frontal limbs.
Katharine Nelson details the steps taken in the case of a domestic shorthair that presented with a superficial cat bite abscess and developed complications.
Sarah Caney describes dementia in older cats and treatment methods, including supplementation and environmental enrichment.
Emmanouil Tzimtzimis, Alasdair Hotston Moore and Kerstin Erles discuss the case of Meg, admitted as a referral emergency with a 10-day history of inspiratory dyspnoea and stridor.
Ross Allan considers approaches to treating these injuries – including debridement and bandaging – in part two of his article.
Alex Gough takes another look over the latest veterinary studies in his latest Research Review.
Tom Anderson and Rob Quinn discuss effective management and treatment methods for this condition.
Sarah Heath, in the run up to firework season, looks at practical and pharmacological approaches to managing sound-related fear.
Nicola Bates discusses how to approach poisoned patient cases to determine appropriate decontamination and further treatment.