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A new study, published in the latest issue of the Journal of Small Animal Practice (JSAP), suggests that smartphones can be a useful tool for veterinary radiographic interpretation...
Nearly two thirds of vets (63%) worked when they didn’t feel well enough in the last year, according to new figures released today by the British Veterinary Association (BVA)...
With tick-borne encephalitis confirmed for the first time in ticks in the UK earlier this week, the BSAVA has put together a Q&A to give vets an easy reference point to answer any questions from concerned clients...
Pets are invariably petrified of the loud bangs, whizzing, popping and bright lights generated by fireworks but owners can take some steps to mitigate the distress they may cause...