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OCT 20, 2022

Free webinar for vets on use of anthelmintics in horses

Zoetis is holding a free webinar for veterinary surgeons, nurses and RAMAs to discuss the latest advice on best practice use of anthelmintics and the...

OCT 19, 2022

Puma goes to Vets4Pets Newmarket for leg amputation

Iain Cope MRCVS, an RCVS recognised Advanced Practitioner in Zoological Medicine and owner of Vets4Pets Newmarket has led a successful industry-first...

OCT 18, 2022

Vets need to be aware of rabbit GDV danger

Vets have been warned to be on the lookout for delayed or misdiagnosed acute surgical abdominal conditions in rabbits, including gastric dilation and...

OCT 18, 2022

Vets urged to be aware of GDV in rabbits and use CT

VetCT and Exotic Vet Support are raising awareness about the potential for delayed or mis-diagnosis of acute surgical abdominal conditions in rabbits...

OCT 17, 2022

‘Proactive strategies’ call as 1.2m UK cats don’t have vet

A new report has estimated that up to 1.2 million cats in the UK are not registered with a veterinary practice and millions more may have undiagnosed...

OCT 13, 2022

New research reveals the dog breeds at most risk of hypothyroidism

The Royal Veterinary College has published a new study exploring the frequency and risk factors for hypothyroidism in dogs in the UK.

OCT 11, 2022

Quick sequential organ failure assessment score found to be ineffective for diagnosing sepsis and septic shock in dogs

A new study published in the Journal of Small Animal Practice (JSAP) has concluded that the quick sequential organ failure assessment is poor...

OCT 06, 2022

Survey reveals why more vets don't use CT

Teleradiology and teleconsulting company VetCT has released the results of a survey to explore why more vets aren't using computed tomography (CT)

OCT 05, 2022

Cat owners want advice from their vet about supplements

87% of cat owners would seek veterinary advice when choosing a supplement for their cat, according to a new survey conducted by supplement...

OCT 03, 2022

Morris Animal Foundation accepting study of domestic equid health proposals

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