Dikla Arad and Aurora Zoff on the case of a 13-year-old neutered female with a history of laboured breathing and wheezing, with signs progressively worse over the preceding months.14 mins
Running the rule over the latest veterinary studies, Alex Gough presents another Research Review in Veterinary Times.
Closer to our pets – Professor of Zoonosis, Bruno Chomel, discusses the ever increasing risks that pets pose on human health.
Graham Lewis investigates how to diagnose this condition in dogs and assesses some of the available treatment options.32 mins
Rosa Leedham reports on the case of an injured feline, which was discovered to be pregnant, and the effect this trauma had on it.
Mike Davies summarises a study he conducted that looked into the role and impact of edible seeds and grains in canine diets.
Kate Parkinson reports on a case study of a feline with a grass seed in its urethra, from its discovery to treatment and removal.
Sarah Caddy examines recently identified canine and feline viruses that have raised interest in the infectious disease world.
Marge Chandler discusses managing weight in companion animals, and complications with genetics, environment and diet.
Mahy Rodriguez Blanco discusses the consult of Enzo, a six-year-old male, neutered, cross-breed rescue dog, with a left forelimb lameness.
Francesco Cian asks for your diagnosis when presented with two images from a bronchoalveolar lavage of an adult male dog with a history of chronic cough.
In the first of a two-part article, Ian Wright looks at established and emerging tapeworms causing zoonotic and financial risk.34 mins
Alex Gough presents a review of some of the latest research in veterinary medicine.
Martha Cannon, in the first of a two-part article, discusses guidelines and possible negative effects to look for regarding feline vaccines.
In his latest Cytology Corner, Francesco Cian discusses the images from an aspirate from a mass on a digit of a 12-year-old dog.
Third-year veterinary student Rosana Caianiello looks at a study from The University of Edinburgh that revealed a link between a dog’s genes and the shape of its skull.
Ellen Lavender reflects on the case of an injured lurcher to discuss the challenge of treating stray or lost animals – and how financial considerations play a part in decision-making.
Katherine Clarke discusses the clinical examination and blood results for an 11-year-old cocker spaniel with worsening haematuria.
Albane Fauron and Karen Perry, in the second of a three-part article, discuss how to spot this condition in dogs and methods of examination.