To support European Antibiotic Awareness Day, BEVA has made available two informative lectures – presented by Lord Sandy Trees and John Marshall – from its 2017 congress.5 mins
President-elect of BEVA Renate Weller recognised as a teaching fellow for her national and international contribution to education and pedagogy.
Researcher Matthew Parker said: “It’s too soon to know for certain if selenium in the diet will help or even cure the condition, but the crib-biting horses we tested were deficient in selenium.”
MSD Animal Health’s academy development will be presented at London Vet Show to enable equine vets to build a strong preventive health care strategy.
Success for BVA campaign to ensure animal welfare by giving official veterinarians unrestricted access to footage in English slaughterhouses.
Latest UK Veterinary Antibiotic Resistance and Sales Surveillance figures show antimicrobial use in food-producing animals has decreased.
Two-day conference staged under canvas promises to combine fun with cutting-edge CPD for all small animal veterinary personnel.
University of Nottingham research suggests existing techniques in UK dairy herds need to alter, to avoid the risk of nerve injury.
Essex-based surgeon battles ‘very challenging’ conditions to complete Great Wall of China fund-raising feat for Alzheimer’s Society.
What should vets do if presented with a puppy with cropped ears? A question posed by vet Richard Hatton after encountering a Dobermann puppy that had “clearly” undergone the procedure.
A lecturer in statistics and animal welfare at The University of Edinburgh Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies has been honoured with a top accolade for her work on improving bird welfare.
“Our ideal outcome is that EU veterinary surgeons currently living and working in the UK are allowed to stay indefinitely” – RCVS senior vice-president Chris Tufnell.
Fifteen-year-old Weimaraner given the all-clear by veterinary practice following emergency surgery for gastric torsion a year ago.
More than 25 delegates from across the UK and the Gulf states enjoyed two days of CPD at the first international Vet Dynamics Veterinary Business Bootcamp.
A collaboration between scientists in the US and the UK has led to the identification of the genetic mutation that causes shaking puppy syndrome in the breed.
Organisers promise world-class speakers and a minimum of 27 hours of CPD for delegates, who will also receive an additional free six months’ online CPD.
Hundreds of staff members gather to applaud individual and practice achievements as part of the company’s two-day conference.
University of Surrey students will get the chance to test their castration and spaying abilities at an RSPCA neuter event at Lumbry Park Veterinary Specialists in Hampshire.
Former head of communications Lizzie Lockett has been chosen by the royal college to take up the role, replacing Nick Stace.
A total of 28% of veterinary practices which took part in the SPVS Recruitment Survey 2017 reported a severe effect on their ability to cover out-of-hours work due to not having a full complement of vets.