August 2008

AUGUST in Britain brings a mass migration to rival anything in the Masai Mara, lured … more

14 mins

DAVID DUGDALE anticipates this year’s scientific programme, with its array of international experts, will be … more

13 mins

NIGEL DOUGHERTY continues his Asian sabbatical by looking at the work of the hospital’s ambulatory … more

30 mins

IN an attempt to eradicate strangles in Scotland, the University of Edinburgh is to offer … more

3 mins

NIALL T TAYLOR has some less-than-complimentary opinions to say about the use of complementary therapy … more

29 mins

GRAHAM DUNCANSON discusses how the many types of clostridial disease impact on ruminant welfare and … more

23 mins

ROBERT COOK questions why many in the equine sector, vets included, have not acted on … more

30 mins

IT is really embarrassing to raise, yet again, the question of the body politic of … more

12 mins

GRAHAM DUNCANSON explains how the stoical donkey provides the veterinarian with a break from the … more

20 mins

EWAN MCNEILL went back to school for SPVS’s latest roadshow in consultancy skills and client … more

23 mins

JENNI MASON describes her experience of graduating via a non-traditional route, and raises some questions … more

21 mins

I have long associated Scotland with rain. And with whisky. Perhaps it is all the rain … more

13 mins

JONATHAN CRACKNELL finds that hanging around with sloths and their fellow Xenarthrans offers up exciting … more

24 mins

ALISON L LOGAN questions why owners seem to be missing or misinterpreting neutering advice, following … more

20 mins

HANY ELSHEIKHA discusses how egg yolk antibodies react against an infection that has deep economic … more

30 mins

SUE PATERSON explains why antibiotics may cause problems when used to treat skin problems in … more

14 mins

FRANK BUSCH examines two case studies that illustrate the ethico-moral challenges veterinary practitioners may face … more

39 mins

BOB DAWSON discusses the neutering work achieved in South Africa by welfare charity SASHA – which included … more

15 mins

July 2008

JONATHAN CRACKNELL provides an introduction to giraffe physiology and the difficulties of anaesthetic management ANAESTHESIA … more

25 mins

BRIGITTE REUSCH describes the challenges, and the rewards, of using ultrasound in these unusual patients … more

25 mins