“First and foremost, we’re here today to bring osteoarthritis ‘front of mind’ for vets. As the most recent data shows, there are a lot of dogs living with osteoarthritis who are yet to receive a diagnosis and, therefore, are likely to be suffering in silence…”2 mins
“Influencing change requires a deeper set of skills: leadership skills, development of our own emotional intelligence – some people have it to varying degrees naturally; others less so. But everyone can get better at it.”
Veterinary surgeon Ali Haggerty and Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health ruminant vet advisor Becca Cavill talk to Paul Imrie about some of the preventive steps around colostrum management.
Andy Biggs and Kath Aplin join Vet Times to talk about mastitis and how treatment for this painful inflammation of the udder has changed over the years.
Jamie Robertson and Becca Cavill talk to Vet Times about some of the preventive steps vets should discuss with farm animal clients to help reduce the risk of scour in calves.
Inflammatory conditions of cattle have been a focus for research in the past few years, so we’re now much more aware of the impact inflammation can have and how important it is to control.
Why is the EPIC study so important, and what does it mean for vets? Discover how veterinarians can apply the findings of the EPIC study to their clinical practice.
Groundbreaking results of the EPIC (Evaluation of Pimobendan In dogs with Cardiomegaly) Study – the largest veterinary cardiology study in history.
The EPIC study investigated whether the administration of Vetmedin (pimobendan) to dogs with asymptomatic mitral valve disease and cardiomegaly would delay the onset of heart failure.
To help you educate dog lovers about the risk of heart disease in dogs – and the need for regular check-ups – Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health (makers of Vetmedin®) have launched a new owner-friendly website.