May 2017

Ellen Lavender discusses recharging the batteries and sampling the natural life in the Pacific Ocean national park.

13 mins

March 2017

Alex Gough runs the rule over more research in veterinary medicine in his latest Research Review.

15 mins

Hannah Gritti describes a unique experience working for charity amid the Caribbean islands.

12 mins

Tim Greet details the Society for the Protection of Animals Abroad’s work to better welfare and education in developing countries.

13 mins

January 2017

Providing vets and final year veterinary students with valuable "hands-on" canine neutering experience. Book now!

6 mins

Catherine Wilson discusses work being carried out to understand diseases linked between people and animals in western Africa.

17 mins

December 2016

Hannah Hampshire shares experiences gleaned from visiting this African country to help neuter and vaccinate – and to educate local people on animal welfare.

13 mins

November 2016

Janey Lowes, following on from the founding of the charity (part 1), looks at the practice of catch, neuter, vaccinate, release.

28 mins

Janey Lowes, in the first of a three-part series, describes how a trip to Sri Lanka brought its stray dog problem to her attention and proved a life-changing experience.

30 mins

October 2016

Providing a choice to pet owners. Explore the role of GnRH and the use of deslorelin with the Suprelorin hormone implant.

21 mins

August 2016

Andrew Coe reports on his trip to India with VNs and staff from various UK institutions, where they learned how the country treats its animals and gives new life to strays.

24 mins

July 2016

Get the latest independent information canine rickettsial diseases, tick-borne diseases that multiply within circulating cells.

33 mins

The threat from ticks and tick-borne diseases is changing. Get the latest independent information here.

51 mins

June 2016

Lyme disease is relatively new but growing threat for both pets and people in the UK. Get independent up-to-date information here to help you tackle this.

41 mins

May 2016

Claudia Hartley on Free the Bears’ work to save cubs from private owners in the Lao People’s Democratic Republic and difficulties performing eye surgery on them.

15 mins

Our knowledge of ticks and tick borne diseases is growing, but so are the risks. Get informed and find out how you can fight against ticks now.

20 mins

April 2016

My blogging career has been kind to me. As well as being invited to express my opinions, for what they are worth, on this website twice a month, I receive intermittent offers to write blogs for companies or to cover pet-based events.

13 mins

Rakesh Chand reports on how the blocking of vital resources from India to Nepal caused a negative effect on the country’s veterinary centres, farmers and pet owners.

17 mins

Jenny Jaffe, Liam Fitzpatrick, Ian Carter and Tony Sainsbury discuss the work of the Disease Risk Analysis and Health Surveillance for Interventions programme in safeguarding the health of endangered species.

14 mins

March 2016

Claudia Hartley reports on efforts to rescue bears in China, Vietnam and Cambodia, and the AHT’s role in helping to diagnose and treat their eye conditions.

29 mins