Simone Anesi and Toby Gemmill on the case of Shadow, a one-year-old, male neutered Labrador retriever that presented as an emergency after falling down a steep bank.7 mins
Bev Panto looks at how future vets are learning to handle and treat, with confidence, these pets rising in popularity.
Hannah Capon following on from the first part of this article (VT17.07), suggests how to tackle OA with regards to owner interaction.
A David Weaver looks back through the cattle association’s inception and membership growth in light of its golden year.
Jenny Moffett explores the impacts on resilience, mindset and mental well-being in veterinary students and graduates.
Jenny Helm, senior veterinary clinician at University of Glasgow, discusses the recent tick media attention and the stats vets should be aware of.
Ariane Neuber discusses the importance of a firm diagnosis and management plan for dogs affected by seasonal allergies.
Elisabetta Mancinelli looks at diagnostic testing in a commonly kept species in the latest Exotic Encounters spot.
Laura Quiney and Sue Dyson look at a variety of recent research undertaken on both the aetiology and detection of horses presenting as lame.
David Beeston shares his experience of BSAVA Congress 2017 and tips on how vet students can get the most out of the event.
Clare Sparks discusses the use of advanced diagnostic imaging in discovering cases of intervertebral disc disease.
Scientists in the US have developed a new type of single-use "artificial womb" that allows premature lambs to develop for up to four weeks.3 mins
Cara Hallowell-Evans and Gayle Hallowell discuss best practice methods of performing a worming egg count and how to interpret the results.
Catherine Bovens discusses various methods of diagnosis and treatment for this common autoimmune disease present in dogs.
Despite research associating gastric lavage with worse patient outcomes, Gerardo Poli says some uncommon cases may benefit from the technique.
Laura Muir, veterinary student and double European Athletics Indoor Champion, steps into the Examination Room for a chat with Holly Kernot.
Lorraine Peschard details the causes and treatment options for vestibular syndrome.
Alex Gough casts his eye over more companion animal research and studies, including one on degenerative mitral valve disease in cavalier king Charles spaniels.
Vets and VNs can play their part in improving rabbit welfare in clinics by taking part in an online study from the University of Bristol.
Coco – who suffered entropion since birth – has had her sight fully restored following eye surgery at The Mayhew Animal Home in London.