May 2022

Glen Cousquer, BSc(Hons), BVM&S, CertZooMed, PGDOE, MSc(Outdoor Education), MSc(Education Research), PhD, IML, MRCVS, in the first of an article series, explores this bird of prey’s biology and ecology, as well as conservation status factors.

27 mins

April 2022

Nigel Dougherty BA(Zoology), MSc, BVSc, MVSc(Wildlife Health), MANZCVS(Zoo Animal Medicine) shares his experiences and encounters as a locum vet surgeon Down Under.

29 mins

January 2022

Rosa Angela Ragni DVM, DSPCA, MRCVS recounts her visit for a rabies neutering and vaccination campaign aimed at protecting the island’s wildlife species.

Fay Vass, chief executive of the British Hedgehog Preservation Society offers a brief summary on assessing hedgehogs that arrive in practice in accordance with society advice.

15 mins

May 2021

Rory Thomson BVMS, MRCVS and Emily Mayman, a marine mammal medic, describe the case of a pup that was reported to a marine charity having been spotted on a beach in Yorkshire.

16 mins

April 2019

Learn the evidence base and safe use of herbs for animals in veterinary medicine.

5 mins

September 2017

Heather McKay reports on the efforts of the charity Wildlife Vets International in saving this endangered animal from extinction.

13 mins

June 2017

Parasitologist Ian Wright discusses the evolving parasite risks facing dogs, including the growing threat of lungworm and ticks.

28 mins

April 2017

CPD provider Improve International has extended its range of one-day courses aimed at practitioners dealing with species other than companion animals, such as goats, alpacas and game birds.

2 mins

October 2016

The BVA is to “carefully consider” a study that casts doubt about the extent to which badgers cause bTB in cattle.

5 mins

August 2016

Vetacademy has added a course on aquatic medicine for vets, vet technicians and aquarists working in the aquarium and aquaculture fields who wish to fast-track their knowledge and skills.

3 mins

Adventurous veterinary staff are being invited to harness paddle power for charity, while getting up close to African wildlife.

3 mins

July 2016

Marie Kubiak outlines how many treatment principles for cats and dogs apply to this species and the importance of gentle handling if presented with one in practice.

28 mins

April 2016

Andrew Knight discusses the opinions aired at a meeting of the All-Parliamentary Group for Animal Welfare debating the impact of the Hunting Act and fox-hunting in general.

8 mins

Ali Budgell reports on the biannual Northern Conference of the Veterinary Christian Fellowship, which included a guest speaker, a long hike and lots of games.

6 mins

Chris Sturdy and Suzanne Rogers discuss the objective of their new association to improve the conditions fish are kept in for research, production, conservation and entertainment.

13 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

John Hill explains the important function of these insects as well as some of their threats, including parasitic mites.

21 mins

Marco Falchieri and Mark Burton discuss a plan when scrutinising poultry health on farms, taking into account housing, including cultures and sample tests.

26 mins

February 2016

Chris Palgrave reports on the first meeting of the BBVA at the National Bee Unit and the responsibilities of bee inspectors

11 mins