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A drug related to one used to treat human metabolic syndrome has been found by researchers at Queensland University of Technology (QUT) to prevent laminitis in ponies with the equine version of metabolic syndrome. Just like humans, ponies, particularly, and [...]

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"Just had a brilliant result with my golden retriever Jack. He is nearly 13 and has arthritis but his legs completely collapsed after jumping from our car boot with huge spasm around his lumba...

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The SVTPT has for the past 10 years enjoyed federal recognition for its higher professional examination and qualified therapists are officially recognised as animal physiotherapists. Physio...

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by Ruby Lang VN, Mansfield Veterinary Clinic, VIC After surgery, our clients love to get reports that their pet is doing fine. In the past, we would phone them and let them know how everything went. Now we are sending [...]

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Petcover recently launched ‘Exotic, Rare and Unusual’ pet insurance for reptiles, small mammals and birds. This makes it is now possible to insure animals such as large parrots, birds of prey, small birds, lizards, snakes, turtles, guinea pigs, ferrets and [...]

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North Downs Specialist Referrals has been recognised as a gold level cat clinic by the International Society of Feline Medicine (ISFM).The recognition comes as ...

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TVM-UK has recently launched an exciting range of ophthalmology products this September under the banner of the ‘Corneal Focus Range’. The range aims to optimise the he...

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National app-based home visit vet booking service Pawssum Vets has revealed that veterinarian Dr Vadim Chelom has been appointed as the group’s new chief executive officer. Dr Chelom steps into the role from his position as a Pawssum Melbourne-based house [...]

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Earlier this year, scientists published a paper describing how they pieced together segments of DNA in order to bring back a previously eradicated virus called horsepox.

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This week’s case is a 5-month-old male Labrador Retriever with vomiting for 24 hours. Painful on abdominal palpation. What is your interpretation?

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