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An inflatable veterinary field hospital that will help animals injured by natural disasters has been launched in South Australia, just as the state’s annual fire season is due to start. Said to be the first of its kind in Australia, [...]

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by Dr Peta Railton, Pet Medical, Milsons Point, NSW This small flexible tube can be used with cats and dogs suffering from an aural haematoma. It allows for continuous drainage, is cost-effective and works well. What’s good about it Aural [...]

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Veterinary professionals lean toward introversion most of the time, but there’s value in fostering the connections in your life.

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The British Veterinary Receptionist Association (BVRA) recently polled its members as part of its first salary and benefits survey.* It has found that most receptionists love their job but many are...

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The British Veterinary Association (BVA) has today (24 September) warned that a no-deal Brexit could add up to a logistical nightmare for areas of the workforce and lead to serious shortfalls in ca...

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Vets are calling for renewed vigilance and responsible sourcing after Defra announced that two cattle imported from France to England have tested positive for the Bluetongue Virus (BTV8) during pos...

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Virbac is delighted to announce that an extended duration of immunity has been granted by the European Medicines Agency for the feline leukaemia component of both Leucogen and Leucofeligen vaccines...

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Help is on the way for plump ponies at risk of the painful, often deadly, condition of founder or laminitis which is the second biggest killer of domestic horses.

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As an advocate for health and wellbeing among veterinary care providers, I often lecture and blog about the importance of sleep hygiene. (Hint: this has nothing to do with the cleanliness of your bed sheets, but everything to do with the activities you do to help fall asleep [and stay asleep] each night.)

Among my top recommendations for improving sleep hygiene: turn off technology 1-2 hours before bedtime in an effort to reduce exposure to blue light (suppresses melatonin release); spend 20-30 minutes outside every day to help regulate...