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If you know someone who has made a real difference in small animal practice, don’t forget to nominate them for a prestigious BSAVA Award. Nominations close on 4 November 2019 ...

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A Bristol vet was recognised last week with a special award from the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) at the House of Lords, honouring her work to galvanise members of the public to sup...

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Associate Professor Lorenzo Crosta, Director of the University of Sydney’s Avian, Reptile & Exotic Pet Hospital in Camden, has won the TJ Lafeber Avian Practitioner of the Year award from the Lafeber Company in the US. Awarded earlier this month, the prize recognises Professor Crosta’s outstanding veterinary work in advancing the quality of health care for […]

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by Dr James Chadwick, Maryborough Veterinary Practice, VIC I mainly use the Desoutter drill for fracture repairs, TPLO and ligament repairs. In fact, whenever drilling is required during orthopaedic surgery, the Desoutter is my preferred drill. What’s good about it The Desoutter V-drive is battery operated with a range of interchangeable head attachments, including a […]

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Identifying respiratory diseases causing pulmonary hypertension can lead to improved health outcomes in both animals and people, US researchers have found. Hoping to better characterise the types of underlying respiratory disorders in dogs causing high blood pressure in their lungs and to identify prognostic variables, a team from the University of Missouri studied 47 dogs […]

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Identifying respiratory diseases causing pulmonary hypertension can lead to improved health outcomes in both animals and people, US researchers have found. Hoping to better characterise the types of underlying respiratory disorders in dogs causing high blood pressure in their lungs [...]

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The European School of Veterinary Postgraduate Studies (ESVPS), which accredits veterinary training courses and awards qualifications for veterinary practitioner...

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Most folk find cats irresistible so it’s hardly surprising that having a live-in feline at your practice works wonders for business. By Clea Sherman One day in 2016, the vets at Galston Veterinary Clinic in Sydney’s north noticed an unaccompanied [...]

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“When I was in Year 3 at school, we had to give a one-minute talk on a musical instrument. The teachers showed us the various instruments and played recordings of them so we knew what they sounded like. I loved [...]

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