A two-day course to give small animal practitioners with an interest in small animal reproduction an understanding of the clinical investigation of infertility in breeding dogs and bitches has been launched by Improve International.
People often worry about the risks involved of catching diseases from animals, such as rabies. However, the risk humans pose to animals is often only considered once a species becomes critically endangered.
Since the introduction of the mandatory microchip regulation for horses, having an RFID tag reader has become a necessity for every breeder and farmer. Given most devices are clunky, expensive, and mostly out of battery whenever needed, the Icelandic startup, Anitar - better known for their WorldFengur search engine app - decided it’s time to change that!
A pioneering solution to calming stressed or anxious horses is being launched in the UK. Chillax has been developed to solve the problem of stress or nervousness in competition horses and contains no prohibited substances.
Cats really do need their mythical nine lives, with 90% of vets having treated cats for injuries caused by road traffic accidents (RTAs), falling from a height and walking on hot surfaces, according to findings from a British Veterinary Association (BVA) survey revealed on International Cat Day (8 August).
Twenty nurses have recently completed the Veterinary Dermatology Award, part of the prestigious BSAVA Nurse Merit Award Scheme. The Award is delivered in conjunction with Vetruus, a leader in veterinary dermatology products and training, with the course tutors being renowned lecturers and dermatologists, Sue Paterson and Natalie Barnard.