If you’re looking for a break from the norm for your next CPD course, you may want to consider the Western Veterinary Conference. Linda Simon describes her Sin City sojourn…31 mins
Veterinary Christian Fellowship secretary Ali Budgell reports on the latest group’s northern gathering, which saw its largest turnout yet.
Saying no often feels like a hard thing to do; however, Ami Sawran suggests it shouldn't be about letting people down, but protecting your well-being, both physically and mentally.
Diana Ferreira discusses available treatment options and management strategies for both outer and middle ear inflammation.
Mark Lowrie discusses advances of indentifying and managing the various types of this condition.
Paul Burr breaks down ways to counter these infections via various control and prevention methods.
Myra Forster-van Hijfte offers her thoughts on a new possibility in canine veterinary care, and suggests ways vets could embrace this emerging trend for the benefit of dogs and their owners.
Kate Forshaw and Livia Benato outline the perioperative and nutritional management required by these animals, with a focus on ferrets and skunks.
We’re used to technology in our everyday lives, but Stuart Carmichael explains why practices need to ensure staff are trained, willing and able to accept it at work, too.
Safia Barakzai looks at which cases can benefit from the use of this airway assessment technique in equine patients.
David Harwood recounts a full programme at the Goat Veterinary Society spring meeting from various specialists in animal health.
Henry Tremaine – UK representative on the World Equine Veterinary Association board – writes about the latest congress, which wowed locals and international delegates alike.
Chanticleer discusses manager training and the importance of front-of-house staff in his latest column.
Pauline Jamieson discusses signs to look out for and approaches to short and long-term management of this condition in dogs.
Jacqueline Matthews discusses the spread of this parasitic disease and methods of managing the spread of Fasciola hepatica on farms.
Rachel Garty, Rosalind Brown, Tia Barlow, Alison Langridge, Rachel Lumbis, Ruth Serlin and Tierney Kinnison discuss expansions in interprofessional education at the RVC, including how it helps vets and VNs in their future careers.
Ana Nemec considers what advice vets should offer owners on oral care at home to maximise their pets' dental health.
Ellen Lavender describes making the change from permanent job in practice to locum veterinary surgeon.
Amanda Nicholls extols the importance of monitoring and treating cat obesity, and offers a case study of what her practice and its team does.
Roger Evans looks on how the countryside – specifically the demographics of people living there – have changed in his 50 years in farming.