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Using the occasion of October being National Mental Health Month, the Australian Veterinary Association has announced a partnership with SuperFriend—an organisation that specialises in designing workplace mental health initiatives to […]

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It may sound counterintuitive but being too friendly with clients can lead to all sorts of unforseen problems. By Kathryn Piper* To begin, let’s restate the obvious: client relationships can […]

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It’s a non-invasive, drug-free way of stimulating healing, treating a lot of diseases, and increasing the rate of healing but for some, HBOT is very much an alternative therapy, writes […]

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Researchers identify a strain of bacteria on healthy cats that produces antibiotics against severe skin infections. The findings may soon lead to new bacteriotherapies for humans and their pets, wherein cat bacteria is applied via topical cream or spray.

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Australia Post is celebrating 150 years of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) with the release of five stamps representing their mission and practice: research, […]

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Integrative veterinarian Dr Matthew Muir is in big demand with the increasing number of clients who want practitioners who utilise the best of traditional and alternative medicines for the care […]

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He’s only just started beekeeping but Dr Eythan Walsh of Northern Suburbs Veterinary Hospital in Greensborough, Victoria, has already harvested kilos of sweet honey. “This is my first season as […]

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During National Canine Lymphoma Awareness Month in November, biotech company PharmAust Ltd is putting the call out for more pet dogs to help evaluate a new anti-cancer drug shown to […]

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While vaccination queues have become commonplace across Australia, the sight of hundreds of koalas lining up for a life-saving jab over coming months is still expected to turn some heads. […]

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This article is sponsored content brought to you by VDEC (Veterinary Dental Education Centre). Did Your Vet School Dental Education Suck? Are You Frustrated with Retakes on Dental Radiographs? Is […]

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