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University of Melbourne researchers are undertaking a survey of horse owners to better understand their management of pituitary pars intermedia dysfunction (PPID) also known as Equine Cushing’s disease. PPID is […]

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Willows Veterinary Centre and Referral Service in Solihull, West Midlands, is celebrating a double triumph at this year’s Best UK Vet Awards.Willows, which is owned by Linnaeus, scooped the pres...

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Miniature Dachshund puppy Margot who devoured a tube of Dovonex ointment and gave herself potentially fatal vitamin D toxicity has made a full recovery, thanks to the internal medicine team at l...

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With the majority of farmers embarking on lambing from early spring, vets are being urged to raise the importance of testing for Enzootic Abortion of Ewes (EAE) with their farming clients.Caused by&nb...

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Every Australian sea lion pup is infested with debilitating hookworms. Dr Rachael Gray wants to know if effective treatment is beneficial for the species’ recovery. By Kerryn Ramsey In 2006, Dr […]

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Ehrlichiosis is a deadly disease in dogs caused by the bite of a brown tick infected with an exotic pathogen Ehrlichia Canis (E.canis)—and animal health authorities are on alert for […]

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Healthcare staff in all clinical disciplines need to find time in a busy day to look after themselves, delegates were reminded on the third and final day of BSAVA Virtual Congress (25th-27th Mar...

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‘Here be Dragons’ was the sign outside the BSAVA’s virtual congress on Friday. But instead of mythical fire-breathing monsters, there was something wise and inspiring to launch...

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A survey of vets conducted by Hamilton Specialist Referrals, High Wycombe, has revealed a significant rise in the perceived incidence of behavioural problems, obesity and diarrhoea in first opinion pr...

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Conway Road Vets in Colwyn Bay has become the latest member of the XLVets community of independent practices. A small local practice with a family feel, Conway Road Vets has been pleased to welcome a ...

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