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In a consultation worthy of a Monty Python sketch a vet at Davies Veterinary Specialists (Davies) has dressed up as a giant mouse to calm the nerves of a rescue dog with anxiety problems.Rup...

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Following the news that the anaesthetic agent isoflurane is out of stock, Jurox (UK) Ltd has launched a comprehensive support pack for Alfaxan, which is licensed for the maintenance of anesthesia f...

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A new five-year, multi-agency project is set to study new ways to tackle the widespread and debilitating disease Epizootic Lymphangitis (EZL) that has a significant impact on horses, donkeys, mules...

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American physical therapist and Master Yoga teacher Lara Heimann will join veterinary experts from around the world on the speaker panel of VET Festival 2019...

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Scientists performed repeated lung lavage as a new approach for tuberculosis diagnosis in rhinoceros. Subsequent genetic tests reliably identified mycobacteria in the animals' respiratory fluids -- with minimal stress and risk for the rhinos.

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Elanco has released a video series online to help support vet practices that need help to launch and run their own presence on social media.The five-part series, which is ho...

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They approach with the telltale sign -- a high-pitched whine. It's a warning that you are a mosquito's next meal. But that mosquito might carry a virus, and now the virus is in you. Now, with the help of state-of-the-art technology, researchers can see how a virus moves within a mosquito's body, which could lead to the prevention of mosquitoes transmitting diseases.

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The latest work on pain-associated behaviour in ridden horses, from two illuminating studies, was presented by Dr Sue Dyson at the Saddle Research Trust Conference on 8 December 2018. While one pap...

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Australia is a big country and Dr Andrew Hemming of Ripley Veterinary Hospital in QLD likes exploring it with his 4WD and camper. “When I was a kid, my parents owned a 4WD and we took a lot of trips [...]

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It’s that time of year again: registration is now open for Future Vet Kids Camp 2019—a veterinary-inspired school holiday program in Sydney that offers young pet lovers something a little different to the regular holiday camp. The FVKC program—which runs from [...]

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