Archive for April, 2018

Recognizing Subtle Lameness: Improve Your Eye for the Pain Your Horse Tries to Hide

“Blaming the horse for the problem is a common scenario,” says world-renowned equine orthopaedics expert, Dr. Sue Dyson, Head of Clinical Orthopaedics at the Centre for Equine Studies a…

Disciplinary Committee refuses application for restoration from former vet

The RCVS Disciplinary Committee has refused an application to be restored to the Register submitted by a former Kent-based veterinary surgeon who was removed from the Register in 1994.

Norbrook receives recognition for support of Borneo veterinary project

The Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation (BOSF) has thanked Norbrook for its support of a veterinary project in Borneo with a moving two-minute film.The film features a rescued orangutan bei…

Disciplinary Committee to meet twice in May 2018

The RCVS Disciplinary Committee will be holding two hearings at the College’s offices in Belgravia House, 62-64 Horseferry Road, London SW1P 2AF in May 2018.

How dogs could help us explore our own gut health

The proverbial best friends of humankind give us unconditional love and moments of joy. But can they also enrich our knowledge of our own gut microbiomes?

New Eco Bedding for small pets has solid green credentials

Supreme Petfoods has launched a new bedding product for small pets and it has strong green credentials throughout its production. Tiny Friends Farm Eco Bedding is made from surplus paper from paper…

New TPLO Masterclass from Improve International

A two-day Masterclass on tibial-plateau-leveling osteotomy (TPLO) has been launched by veterinary CPD specialist …

Vet exclusive products are 95% more likely to be recommended, says new survey

A recent survey of veterinary professionals has revealed that vet exclusivity really counts when it comes to recommending health products to pet owners.  Nearly 95% of …


Another top cancer expert has joined the team at Southfields Veterinary Specialists in the latest development in the practice’s major expansion….

Sheep disease toxin shines a light on multiple sclerosis

A sheep disease has parallels with multiple sclerosis. A study identifies antibodies to the toxin in humans, providing clues as to the condition’s origin.