Primary and secondary school students find out what it’s like to be a vet in a two-day event organised by the RVC and Bayer.4 mins
An American study found, from 1979 to 2015, vets died by suicide between 2 and 3.5 times more often than the general US population, reflecting the findings of a systematic review published in 2010.
Vets and VNs – along with family, friends and clients – have climbed more than 3,500ft to raise money for Welsh animal charity.
A professional dog groomer has sparked a social media debate after dying the legs and tail of her toy poodle pink. She has vigorously defended her right to give her pet a colour makeover.
The platform, which is in development, will enable veterinary professionals to access a “one-stop shop” CPD management solution.
Open water swimmers are exhausted, but bring home the cash for The Cinnamon Trust charity after crossing one of Europe’s largest man-made reservoirs.
A future Labour government says trading, training and keeping primates would be made a criminal offence.
The widely anticipated manual is a comprehensive starting point on medicine and surgery for a fast-growing sector of animal ownership, says association.
Researchers investigated the patterns of acquiring and clearing these nasal microbes, which have not previously been studied in detail.
Call for employees who are grieving following the death of a family animal to be allowed time off work.
World-first study reveals dogs are able to detect lung infections at ultra-low concentrations.
High level Campylobacter contamination has decreased considerably, but remains high in smaller retailers, butchers and independents.
Researchers disagree with traditional theory that cats ingest grass to make themselves throw up when they are feeling ill.
Investigations are ongoing, but at present this appears to be unrelated to the cases in Devon and Dorset earlier in the year.
Picnicking Romanian tourists have been blamed for spreading the deadly haemorrhagic disease by the Bulgarian prime minister.
New research investigating a rare, but aggressive, cancer – histiocytic sarcoma – will be hugely beneficial to one of the UK’s native gun dogs.
Anonymised data, obtained through practice management software programs revealed – even after cats matured from the kitten phase – their weight still increased up to approximately eight years old.
Data reveals the number of dogs diagnosed with lymphoma referred to UK specialists is low, with almost half of patients listed in study being euthanised without further treatment.
Select committee calls for evidence into illegal smuggling of dogs from European Union into UK.
Data shows 2018 was the worst yet for complaints about the puppy trade in England to the RSPCA’s 24-hour emergency hotline.