Hannah Hampshire shares experiences gleaned from visiting this African country to help neuter and vaccinate – and to educate local people on animal welfare.
Paul Horwood discusses some of the cattle products available on the market and methods on how to prevent a disease outbreak.
Nigel Dougherty revisits lessons learned and options considered from a dog that presented following a vehicle-induced injury.
Elisabetta Mancinelli examines how to manage this species by assessing its natural behaviour and interaction with other animals.
Janey Lowes continuing on from the charity’s set-up and its catch, neuter, vaccinate, release plan, this final article looks at why learning is key.
Alex Gough looks a more of the latest findings in veterinary medicine in December's Research Review.
Victoria Robinson discusses the pathogenesis, clinical signs, diagnosis and treatment of this condition seen most frequently in dogs.
Danny Chambers shares his beliefs, arguments and reasoning against using homeopathic remedies in the veterinary profession in an opinion piece for Veterinary Times.
Celia Marr describes methods of treating the virus and spotting the clinical signs.
Peter Edmondson discusses the role of vets in reducing antibiotic use for this condition, as well as common difficulties and ways of managing perceived treatment failure.
David Harwood reports on the 2016 meeting of the Goat Veterinary Society, which saw presentations from guest speakers on topics such as bluetongue and disbudding kids.
Royal Canin’s veterinary support manager, Katy Smith, steps into the Examination Room.
Lotfi El Bahri discusses how this low-cost medication can be dangerous for small animals and how to spot signs of intoxication.
Elisabetta Mancinelli takes a closer look at this condition and how it can be diagnosed, as well as suggesting various treatments.
Jon Hardy introduces us to Stanley, and his two-week history of pruritus, alopecia and erythema, in the latest Case Notes.
The global nature of the equine industry makes it vital to consider the constant risk of notifiable exotic diseases. Josh Slater lists those relevant to the UK and emphasises the importance of awareness and risk-based biosecurity.
Difficult calvings are common events for farm animal vets and are rarely straightforward. However, as Paul Wood explains, they can be a good way for new vets to gain clients’ respect.
Sarah Heath looks at the emotional motivation for dog bites and explains the profession’s role in improving understanding of canine mental health.
James Russell explores the challenges of addressing immunosuppression by reviewing a project at one farm to improve transition cow management.25 mins