Michał Mól describes the diagnostic imaging modalities and medical undertakings regarding a case of a five-month-old puppy with hindlimb tissue damage.31 mins
Chris Shales looks at the presentation, prognosis and treatment options surrounding this category of wound in dogs.
Victoria Brown recalls the search for a missing uterine horn during an irregular kitten spay.
Carl Regan, Lisa Yon and Hany Elsheikha report results of a study of parasitic and bacterial infections from several species kept in captivity in the UK and India.
Glen Cousquer and Kenneth Boyd introduce the concept of how vets can ethically approach wildlife cases, in the first of a five-part article.
Courtesy of Merial Animal Health, through a clinical case study competition, I won a trip … more
David Beeston advises students on getting the most out of their final year and to set their own guidelines for good mental health.
Roger Evans attempts to look at the badger culling debate – from both sides of the argument.
Paul Wood details the range of clostridia causing disease in cattle, along with their predisposing factors and clinical signs.
Laura Macfarlane investigates how treatment of Addison’s disease has advanced and how to manage acute and chronic forms.
Moses Brennan highlights factors that can be detrimental to injury repair and provide guidance on strategies to optimise wound healing.
Harriet Coates looks at some of the summer's allergies, and how vets and owners need to work together on treatment plans.
David Rendle discusses the implementation of targeted worming plans and the means by which compliance can be improved.
Emma King looks at key viral, bacterial and fungal diseases found in ducks and how to identify them at postmortem.
Madeleine Campbell reviews potential welfare issues that apply particularly to breeding horses and possible methods of addressing them.
Claire Wylie reviews peer-reviewed studies regarding diagnosis, treatment and prevention published in 2016.
Fernanda Camacho discusses the case of Ross, an 11-year-old male entire German short-haired pointer, who presented for further investigation of a second degree atrioventricular block (AVB).
Mat Hennessey talks to prominent members of the profession who provide advice and experiences that may help others.
Ceri Owen, Nigel Kendall, Fiona Lovatt and Marnie Brennan reveal findings from a questionnaire into sheep farmers’ recognition and utilisation of body condition scoring.
Tim Greet details the Society for the Protection of Animals Abroad’s work to better welfare and education in developing countries.