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.
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.
Alex Gough discusses more findings and studies from veterinary medicine in the latest Research Review.
Cecilia Villaverde discusses how to define whether a small animal is considered old and ways of dealing with dietary needs.37 mins
Francesca Doria discusses the causes, signs, diagnostic procedures and treatment options relating to oedematous vaginal mucosa protrusion in canine patients.
Francesco Cian describes the case of a rapidly growing mass in the anal sac of an adult male English cocker spaniel in his latest Cytology Corner column.
Hany Elsheikha discusses the importance of raising the awareness of parasite protection with owners, especially all year-round.
Ian Wright, in the second of a two-part article, looks at the rapidly evolving danger of Echinococcus multilocularis establishing in the UK.
Jo Murrell discusses how to assess and quantify pain, and reports on advances made in managing this through analgesia.
Dikla Arad and Aurora Zoff on the case of a 13-year-old neutered female with a history of laboured breathing and wheezing, with signs progressively worse over the preceding months.
Running the rule over the latest veterinary studies, Alex Gough presents another Research Review in Veterinary Times.
Closer to our pets – Professor of Zoonosis, Bruno Chomel, discusses the ever increasing risks that pets pose on human health.
Graham Lewis investigates how to diagnose this condition in dogs and assesses some of the available treatment options.32 mins
Rosa Leedham reports on the case of an injured feline, which was discovered to be pregnant, and the effect this trauma had on it.
Mike Davies summarises a study he conducted that looked into the role and impact of edible seeds and grains in canine diets.
Kate Parkinson reports on a case study of a feline with a grass seed in its urethra, from its discovery to treatment and removal.
Sarah Caddy examines recently identified canine and feline viruses that have raised interest in the infectious disease world.