Alex Gough presents the latest research and studies in veterinary medicine.14 mins
Adam Martin describes how modern techniques have answered beef suckler farmers’ concerns about using artificial insemination.
Kerry Simpson, in the first of a two-part series, outlines the nature, concurrent types and diagnostic approach to this condition.
Carolina Arenas explains the investigative, treatment and follow-up protocols carried out in a miniature schnauzer emergency case
Sara Pedersen describes the importance of communication and working jointly with all involved when treating cases of lame animals.
A vet of 10 years describes what she learned from her experiences of depression, in a thought-provoking article.
Madeleine Campbell explores lack of libido in stallions, the common clinical presentations and possible management methods.
Keith Warner reports on Defra’s prevention measures and advice following bird flu outbreaks.
Alex Draper discusses life on the road as an equine vet – and how attending a speeding course was a huge personal wake-up call.
Kelly Bowlt Blacklock looks at studies on companion animal wound care, focusing on emerging techniques (part 1/2).
Annamaria Nagy and Sue Dyson investigate some of the advances in diagnostic imaging in horses using studies on techniques to discover injuries.
Hany Elsheikha and Alexander Beech describe an investigation of suspected parasitic infestation in a private fishery and approaches to gathering findings.
Roger Evans discusses the business impact of TB on his farm, and looks at other issues, including badger culling.
Suzanne Rogers reports on the results and feedback from a questionnaire with owners at the annual event held in Cumbria.
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James Elliott assesses methods of discovery for this condition and suggests treatments.
Stephanie Lalor discusses the case of Ollie, an 18-month-old male entire great Dane, in the latest of our Practice Notes series.
Sarah Caney examines ways to identify causes of this condition to assign the correct treatment and management options.
Catherine Wilson discusses work being carried out to understand diseases linked between people and animals in western Africa.
"Trust is the basis for all dealings between people and animals, it takes forever to build it and nanoseconds to lose it." Chanticleer with his first column of 2017.