Sonya Miles describes the case of a panther chameleon that presented with these symptoms, along with grip weakness.14 mins
Sonya Miles reports on the case where a frog was diagnosed and treated for this condition, involving surgical removal.
Elisabetta Mancinelli discusses an animal frequently presented to rescue centres and private clinics for rehabilitation or treatment.
Great Western Exotics has promoted specialist Tom Dutton to lead the service after the retirement of its long-serving head Neil Forbes.4 mins
Bev Panto looks at how future vets are learning to handle and treat, with confidence, these pets rising in popularity.
Elisabetta Mancinelli looks at diagnostic testing in a commonly kept species in the latest Exotic Encounters spot.
Lorraine Peschard details the causes and treatment options for vestibular syndrome.5 mins
CPD provider Improve International has extended its range of one-day courses aimed at practitioners dealing with species other than companion animals, such as goats, alpacas and game birds.
Elisabetta Mancinelli discusses best practices for ensuring the right water intake for rabbits and rodents.26 mins
Carl Regan, Lisa Yon and Hany Elsheikha report results of a study of parasitic and bacterial infections from several species kept in captivity in the UK and India.
Glen Cousquer and Kenneth Boyd introduce the concept of how vets can ethically approach wildlife cases, in the first of a five-part article.
Elisabetta Mancinelli examines how to manage this species by assessing its natural behaviour and interaction with other animals.27 mins
Elisabetta Mancinelli takes a closer look at this condition and how it can be diagnosed, as well as suggesting various treatments.
Marie Kubiak explores vaccine options and precautions to be taken in various species, as well as complications caused by viral haemorrhagic disease type two in UK rabbits.22 mins
Guen Bradbury discusses the often practised habit of picking up rabbits and why an increasing body of evidence suggests this is unacceptable for owners and vets.
Elisabetta Mancinelli describes methods and locations to obtain blood, and volumes considered safe to withdraw in small exotics.
Nadia Wiseman and Livia Benato look at caring for this prey species while at the clinic and provide a stress-free environment to help give them a better chance to progress and fully recover.
While disorders of parrots' endocrine systems are rare, Yvonne van Zeeland insists the principles of diagnosis and treatment in mammals are a good starting point in suspected cases.