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WSAVA advisory document confirms no evidence exists that pets or other domestic animals can be infected with 2019 n-CoV or that they may be a source of infection to people.

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Burgess Excel Vet Awards aim to celebrate rabbit-friendly vets, veterinary nurses and practices.

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WSAVA advisory document confirms no evidence exists that pets or other domestic animals can be infected with 2019 n-CoV or that they may be a source of infection to people.

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Compassionate TB advisor named Dairy Vet of the Year at the Cream Awards.

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Product could protect against the bacteria in animals from seven weeks old if piglets are vaccinated at the earlier treatment time of three weeks, according to MSD.

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New cases reported across England and Wales as researchers continue to probe the aetiology of the mystery dog disease.

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Vet and mum who “isn’t very good at distance running” aims to rack up the miles to raise money for the charity.

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Names confirmed for 2020 RCVS council elections, with a record 13 veterinary nurses putting themselves forward for VN council.

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This month's theme is behaviour and we'll be looking at how to support owners of pets with behavioural problems and the importance of ‘fear free’ methods for handling pets in a clinical setting.

This month's theme is behaviour and we'll be looking at how to support owners of pets with behavioural problems and the importance of ‘fear free’ methods for handling pets in a clinical setting.

This month's theme is behaviour and we'll be looking at how to support owners of pets with behavioural problems and the importance of ‘fear free’ methods for handling pets in a clinical setting.

This month's theme is behaviour and we'll be looking at how to support owners of pets with behavioural problems and the importance of ‘fear free’ methods for handling pets in a clinical setting.

This month's theme is behaviour and we'll be looking at how to support owners of pets with behavioural problems and the importance of ‘fear free’ methods for handling pets in a clinical setting.

This month's theme is behaviour and we'll be looking at how to support owners of pets with behavioural problems and the importance of ‘fear free’ methods for handling pets in a clinical setting.

This month's theme is behaviour and we'll be looking at how to support owners of pets with behavioural problems and the importance of ‘fear free’ methods for handling pets in a clinical setting.

It’s important that chicken owners worm their hens at least four times a year to maintain optimal health and welfare, which in turn will support their egg laying ability.

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Robert E Matus DVM, MS, DipACVIM (Oncology and SAIM), MRCVS, discusses presentation, diagnosis and treatment of this lymph node disease.

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looks at aetiology, epidemiology, treatment, prevention and management for patients with RVHD.

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Luca Ferasin outlines the aetiology, clinical signs, diagnosis and natural history of this issue, as well as management options.

43 mins

Nicola Menzies-Gow discusses the diagnostic approach for this common issue, as well as differential diagnoses and appropriate further tests.

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Robert E Matus DVM, MS, DipACVIM (Oncology and SAIM), MRCVS, discusses presentation, diagnosis and treatment of this lymph node disease.

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Sue Dyson describes work to assess if facial expression or behaviour can help determine presence of this pain.

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Dominic Harrison, a final-year student, and vets Mick Millar and Oliver Tilling discuss the clinical signs of this issue and five underlying risk factors that appear to enable its establishment.

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Marge Chandler DVM, MS, MACVSc, DipACVN, DipACVIM, DipECVIM-CA, MRCVS discusses the benefits provided by these products in certain disorders, as well as their regulation and use in practice.

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Sonya Miles discusses a common presentation in these animals by using a case study – detailing surgery, recovery and outcome.

17 mins

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Samantha Ware considers the nutritional imbalances that can arise in home-prepared meals, as well as the benefits of this growing trend.

8 mins

Louise Northway reinforces the scale of anaesthetic role veterinary nurses play, as well as possibilities for further training and advanced physiological parameters that can be monitored.

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BVNA honorary secretary Gemma Reeve ponders what 2020 will bring to the profession.

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Ethylene glycol poisoning is extremely serious in cats and such cases are likely to increase in the winter months – Sarah Collins tells us more.

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Laura Lacey offers practical advice on tackling this common, and often difficult, issue.

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BVNA president Jo Hinde reflects on 2019 and looks forward at the year ahead.

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Emma Gerrard offers advice to give to owners to avoid disaster over the Christmas holidays and what to do if it strikes.

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Rebecca Westwood explains how working abroad made her the person she is today, why she forged her own business, and why holistic therapy can complement veterinary medicine and benefit all parties.

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VBJ familiarises readers with the association's history, membership and key activities, as well as its outgoing and incoming presidents.

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VBJ familiarises readers with the association's history, membership and key activities, as well as its outgoing and incoming presidents.

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Discover how working with MWI Animal Health can help your practice thrive in 2020 and beyond...

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A growing number of US private practice owners have breathed new life into their businesses and taken a wrecking ball to others on their journey to becoming the best. Here are some of the things US vets did the past five years to stay ahead of the competition, deliver standout care and keep employees engaged...

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Kay Scarlett, practice manager at Westwood Veterinary Surgery, tells her Petplan story...

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The best way to deliver safe, effective and high-quality treatment is to use the most up-to-date evidence available, but doing so can often seem too challenging in practice...

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VetShare members offer testimonials on their experiences with the buying group, which provides serves to independent vets.

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