Nominate as a wildlife-friendly vet

Nominate as a wildlife-friendly vet

Are you committed to providing veterinary support and care to native wildlife? The Wildlife Heroes rescue and rehabilitation initiative is looking for nominations for their Wildlife Friendly Vet program. A ‘wildlife-friendly’ veterinary practice is one that supports...
News Bites – 5 May 2021

News Bites – 5 May 2021

Medicare-like scheme floated to help vets With the current challenges facing the veterinary profession, Canberra veterinarian Dr Tanya Caltabiano has suggested mandatory pet insurance, or a Medicare-like scheme for pets, should be considered to help alleviate some of...
German vets training dogs to sniff out COVID-19

German vets training dogs to sniff out COVID-19

Using human saliva samples, dogs from Hanover’s University of Veterinary Medicine in Germany are learning to use their clever little snouts to sniff out the cells of people infected with COVID-19. Given the pooches are able to pinpoint the odour at a 94% accuracy,...
Is your in-house lab equipment working correctly?

Is your in-house lab equipment working correctly?

Free registration using the voucher code “LABORATORY” is still available for tonight’s webinar with respected veterinary pathologist Dr Brad Galgut explaining the importance of quality management for your in-clinic diagnostic laboratory equipment.  With...
ASF and FMD threat to Australian pigs

ASF and FMD threat to Australian pigs

The pork industry is calling on pig owners to boost their biosecurity measures after African swine fever (ASF) and foot and mouth disease (FMD) virus fragments were again detected in pork products seized at Australia’s international mail centres, according to a...