The two-day course will be run in partnership with Natural Change, which aims to cultivate well-being through “transformative experiences of nature”.7 mins
Alex Gough's latest Research Review also includes a look at studies on seizure control in dogs, canine intestinal lymphoma and bladder carcinoma in dogs.
New grad David Beeston returns to his trip to Zimbabwe and some of the weird, wacky and wonderful experiences he encountered in his time volunteering in Africa.
Richard Artingstall describes the benefits of using a coach to help make the right choices for you, set goals and guide your career path.
Lento the two-toed sloth is growing fast - for a sloth - and enjoying Mothering Sunday with mum Marilyn.
Emily Simcock discusses out-of-hours issues, consultancy work and other topics in her latest Practice Notes column.
Sally Clarke, director of vets, provides an overview of how Simplyhealth Professionals help practices make the most of their membership.
Jenny Bellini summarises topics discussed during the third instalment of an udder health event held in Putten, the Netherlands.9 mins
John O’Connor is a qualified vet who has worked at Royal Canin for more than a decade. A keen sportsman and former president of Veterinary Ireland, he is also something of a ”cat whisperer”, as we discovered when he stepped into the Examination Room.
Caroline Hewson examines practical ways of dealing with the subject, including handling euthanansia and bereaved clients.
The British Veterinary Receptionist Association (BVRA) has been established to recognise and raise the status of veterinary receptionists within veterinary profession.
Olivia Ogińska, in the first of a four-part article sharing her vet experiences across the globe, recounts events from first stop NYC.
In his latest Grad Expectations column, David Beeston looks back on his week in Zimbabwe delivering a vaccination and neuter clinic for domestic dogs.
Debra Archer and Marc Swan consider the potential of applying this novel technique in veterinary surgery, based on its uses in human medicine.
Sonya Miles presents another Case Notes, this time on a three-year-old African pygmy hedgehog that initially presented after passing a small section of soft tissue material from her vulva.10 mins
Peter Edmondson reviews a talk at the 2017 Australian Veterinary Association Annual Conference focusing on interactions.
David Harwood summarises proceedings from the Goat Veterinary Society autumn meeting held in Taunton, Somerset.
Amy Watson and Pete van Dongen discuss the benefits and suitability of choosing a non-restrictive harness.
Our new grad David Beeston has some advice for qualified vets on approaching out-of-hours for the first time – and why he's looking forward to his next night on call.
Samantha Castle reflects on what has kept her happy in mixed and equine practice for the past 14 years in the latest Veterinary Times Practice Notes column.