Danny Chambers and Susan Salter, looking at various data, discuss this emotive topic and consider steps that could be taken to tackle the issue.37 mins
Laura Holm and David Walker investigate how cutaneous and renal glomerular vasculopathy can lead to the development of acute kidney injury.
The latest Case Notes from Sonya Miles takes the less-usual case of a three-year-old male, captive bred Brazilian rainbow boa.
Roger Evans provides more on the farmer's perspective in his latest Dairy Diary, this time discussing economics in the shrinking herd.
Input needed for biggest questionnaire of its kind into general state of UK equid health, which closes at 9am on Monday 28 May.
Liz Mitchell looks at how common conditions in the horse should be diagnosed and treated in first opinion practice.
Francesco Cian takes the ultrasonographic image of an 11-year-old domestic short-haired cat as inspiration for his latest Cytology Corner.
Elisabetta Mancinelli looks at a microsporidian parasite that affects many mammalian species, including rabbits.
Ashley Marshall explains the symptoms of this condition, and discusses some of the various treatments and prevention methods.
Ellie Mardell explores this respiratory disease in cats, and its management and treatment, focusing on immunotherapy (video content at the foot of the article).
Sophie Mahendran looks at how cow udders become infected, and approaches to treatment and prevention.
Six months in to his full-time veterinary career, David Beeston takes a step back and thinks about how far he has come.
Alex Gough returns with Research Review, where he runs the rule over the latest studies in companion animal science.
The Australian vet best known as the star of More4 documentary series Vet on the Hill steps into the Examination Room…
Scarsdale Vets' digital marketing manager Rainu Bhele recounts a challenge when humans and four-legged friends got together to raise charity cash.
Andy Durham discusses surveillance schemes and clinical choices for this condition, and lists some of the more recent outbreaks.
Sotirios Karvountzis examines up-to-date applications of bovine endoscopy, its advantages, concerns and available training options.
While she often finds out-of-hours work the least fun part of the job, it can throw up some interesting and humorous cases.
Ali Budgell reports on proceedings from a Veterinary Christian Fellowship CPD day on feline dentistry.
Victoria Robinson and Hilary Jackson discuss various ways of preventing and managing this condition, plus systemic and topical treatments available.56 mins