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.
Elisabetta Mancinelli continues her Exotic Encounters series with a look at latest research into an increasingly kept UK pet.27 mins
Sonya Miles details the examination, surgery and treatment of a five-year-old corn snake with multiple desiccated follicles and retained infertile eggs.
Sonya Miles details a case where a budgerigar was infested with the burrowing mite, and methods used to identify and treat it.19 mins
Agata Witkowska details the case of a reptile with a abdominal mass, from its diagnosis to treatment and removal via surgery.24 mins
Elisabetta Mancinelli presents the third part of a her series on spontaneous mammary tumours, this time focusing on hamsters and hedgehogs.
Dikla Arad discusses a left eye problem in a four-year-old male castrated Jersey Wooly rabbit.
Rodent medicine has developed greatly in recent years and, as Livia Benato explains, many treatments and diagnostic tests can now be offered for these interesting animals.34 mins
The second of a two-part Exotic Encounters article by Elisabetta Mancinelli focuses on rats, looking at the latest findings in the species.
John Chitty explains the basics of handling rabbits during an examination and how practices can be more accommodating.
Livia Benato looks at the increasing problem of obesity in this species, size assessment and weight reduction methods.41 mins
Elisabetta Mancinelli discusses one of the most important diseases among females of all species, including humans.
Sonya Miles reports the case and treatment method of a rabbit that presented with symptoms of this condition.
Glen Cousquer and Kenneth Boyd continue their series on the ethics surrounding wildlife and exotic animal medicine and welfare.43 mins
Elisabetta Mancinelli discusses an alternative, non-invasive technique for sedating several species – including rabbits, pigeons and tortoises.