Kathryn Cowley discusses various lifestyle changes that can be adopted by owners of dogs with OA, most of which are low cost or free through the use of a home assessment tool.16 mins
Kathryn Cowley's series about this condition continues with a focus on conveying the seriousness of OA to the client and ways to provide helpful information.11 mins
Glen Cousquer describes the plight of this species in the wake of a dominant grey squirrel population, as well as efforts to help.
The dry period is an opportunity to rid the udder of any infection and prepare it for the coming lactation. Using the appropriate dry cow therapy also protects the udder once lactation has started.12 mins
Bristol student Hannah Shotnes reports on a talk about the inadequate management of canine arthritis, and the need for a change in attitude and approach to this common condition.21 mins
Glen Cousquer and Kenneth Boyd continue their series on this subject and consider normative theory in ethical decision-making.34 mins
Henrietta Price, using previous cases, considers how practices should handle injured wild animals brought in by the public.
Glen Cousquer and Kenneth Boyd continue their series on the ethics surrounding wildlife and exotic animal medicine and welfare.43 mins
#CALFMATTERS is a vaccination campaign from Merial Animal Health which encourages farmers to vaccinate their calves against calf pneumonia.
Tessa Cornell recounts her four weeks spent with dedicated professionals from an Egyptian working animal charity.22 mins
Alison Howey, in her third article of a series, discusses the role of legislation in governing dogs and their owners’ responsibility to society.
Parasitologist Ian Wright discusses the evolving parasite risks facing dogs, including the growing threat of lungworm and ticks.
Glen Cousquer and Kenneth Boyd consider ethical decision-making in exotic and wildlife medicine, focusing on key terms and the human-animal bond.36 mins
Ellen Lavender discusses recharging the batteries and sampling the natural life in the Pacific Ocean national park.
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.
Tim Greet details the Society for the Protection of Animals Abroad’s work to better welfare and education in developing countries.
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.