Vet News is a weekly email bulletin and blog covering the issues that matter most to all levels of our diverse industry – from vets, techs, and nurses, through to students, specialists, and conservationists. Plus all the latest news on animal welfare, practice management, biosecurity, pet owner trends, and much much more.
Over 100 lectures from the AVA’s VetFest were recorded during the conference and can now be streamed on demand from the VetFest website.
Researchers at Auburn University in the United States have developed a novel breath testing for heartworm – and more!
The BSAVA has published a series of resources around end of life care and decision-making, designed to help support clients and the practice team.
On average dog owners would spend $3532 at the vets to save their pet, while cat owners would shell out $2618 to save their feline friend.
New Native Animal Welfare policy recognises the threat of habitat clearing and advocates important steps to mitigate key issues.
Strong data has not previously been available to inform conservation decisions, however the Difficult Bird Research Group are trying to rectify this.
The ACT is implementing a new law from July 2022 to keep all cats contained either indoors or in cat runs at all times – and more!
Speaking to ABC News, AVA President Dr Warwick Vale had described the veterinary business model as being broken – and more!
Veterinarians are reminded to be alert for dogs that may present with clinical signs of Canine Ehrlichiosis, spread by the brown dog tick.
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