Mónica Guerrero Méndez discusses the steps taken in a case of an 11-week-old psittacine that presented with this commonly reported condition.34 mins
Sonya Miles describes her approach to removing a large abdominal mass from a lethargic, poorly cared for lizard
Louise Ash and Livia Benato take an approach to managing the health of rabbits as a preventive method, with a focus on diet and living conditions.31 mins
Elisabetta Mancinelli reviews some of the literature regarding analgesic therapy in companion animal exotic pets.
John Chitty looks at factors contributing to, and ways to prevent and treat, weight gain in this species.35 mins
Kate Forshaw and Livia Benato outline the perioperative and nutritional management required by these animals, with a focus on ferrets and skunks.
Elisabetta Mancinelli takes a look at the husbandry and nutritional needs of this complex species.42 mins
Richard Jones recounts the story of how a male gyrfalcon that flew away before surgery was able to be found safe six days later.
Elisabetta Mancinelli takes a look at some of the research in this area in her latest Exotic Encounters.
Elisabetta Mancinelli discusses the important topic of effective use of analgesics in small mammals.55 mins
looks at aetiology, epidemiology, treatment, prevention and management for patients with RVHD.
Elisabetta Mancinelli discusses an option that has demonstrated efficacy in dogs for vomiting from multiple causes, and discusses potential use in exotic species.29 mins
The latest Case Notes from Sonya Miles takes the less-usual case of a three-year-old male, captive bred Brazilian rainbow boa.8 mins
Elisabetta Mancinelli looks at a microsporidian parasite that affects many mammalian species, including rabbits.
Sonya Miles presents her latest Case Notes on a two-year-old female green iguana that presented with a two-week history of anorexia and lethargy.10 mins
Elisabetta Mancinelli discusses a microsporidian parasite with a worldwide distribution – and zoonotic potential – that may infect several mammalian species.
Elisabetta Mancinelli looks at evidence-based medicine advances in some of the most common species of rodents kept as pets – guinea pigs, hamsters, gerbils, rats and chinchillas.22 mins
Sonya Miles describes the case of a 75-year-old spur-thighed tortoise that presented with the reproductive condition.