In the last of four Q&A videos on feline diabetes mellitus, Prof Stijn Niessen answers questions from Vet Times users on the topics of insulin and monitoring.10 mins
Karen Walsh discusses studies into a variety of therapeutic options regarding canine and feline patients with this condition.
Elisabetta Mancinelli presents the third part of a her series on spontaneous mammary tumours, this time focusing on hamsters and hedgehogs.
Michael Head explores the use of advanced techniques for inseminating cows, focusing on a variety of available methods.
Belinda Rose discusses the use of ovulatory induction agents and post-covering treatments in reducing early pregnancy loss in horses.
Donal Murphy recaps on how this perscribing method works, citing practical examples, and explains the safe usage of ‘specials’.
Peter Edmondson in the first of a six-part article series, shares his findings on how a veterinary surgeon way of life differs down under.
Ronald Jones celebrates the career of Barbara Weaver, who received an honorary professorship on her 90th birthday.
Hany Elsheikha looks at the groups of worms that infect cattle and discusses effective control and infection management.
Holger Volk discusses various novel concepts and alternative options for managing this prevalent disease in canine patients.
Marge Chandler discusses developments in the use of live bacteria and yeasts to combat various companion animal disorders.
Our Grad Expectations columnist Dave Beeston runs the rule over his first day as a veterinarian.
Dikla Arad discusses a left eye problem in a four-year-old male castrated Jersey Wooly rabbit.
Alex Gough discusses more findings and studies from veterinary medicine in the latest Research Review.
A three-month sabbatical became a permanent relocation when New Zealand vet Jonathan Bray accepted a full-time role at Fitzpatrick Referrals Oncology and Soft Tissue Hospital. Having unpacked and settled in, Dr Bray made another momentous move – by stepping into the Examination Room.
Cattle health and production specialist Sara Pedersen summarises an on-farm case study where a different approach to tackling digital dermatitis was successfully employed.
Cecilia Villaverde discusses how to define whether a small animal is considered old and ways of dealing with dietary needs.37 mins
Chris Palgrave, Pernille Jorgensen and David Harwood discuss the inception of a network of veterinary investigation centres, plus its evolution of aims and objectives.
John Carr and Mark Howells describe approaches to examining populations of these animals on farms to detect signs of respiratory disease.
Glen Cousquer and Kenneth Boyd continue their series on this subject and consider normative theory in ethical decision-making.