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Inherited disorders 'more widespread than thought'

Inherited disorders 'more widespread than thought' Inherited disorders in dogs may be more widespread than previously thought, according to a new international study. Scientists from Genoscoper Laboratories Oy, in Finland, led the research in partnership with the University of Helsinki and the University of Pennsylvania. Their study is the most comprehensive of its kind to date. Read More
Babesiosis outbreak under control, study suggests

Babesiosis outbreak under control, study suggests
Canine babesiosis is under control but veterinary practices should remain vigilant, according to experts at the University of Liverpool. A study published in Veterinary Record shows there is currently a 'sporadic and low background level' of Babesia infection in the... Read More

Dogs prefer praise over treats, study finds

Dogs prefer praise over treats, study finds
Most dogs prefer praise from their owners over treats, according to new research. The study is the first of its kind to combine behavioural experiments with brain imaging data to explore canine reward preferences. "We are trying to understand the basis of the... Read More


Inherited disorders 'more widespread than thought'

Inherited disorders 'more widespread than thought'
International team carries out the most...

Babesiosis outbreak under control, study suggests

Babesiosis outbreak under control, study suggests
Veterinary practices urged to remain vigilant Read More

Three-year-old boy dies following dog bite

Three-year-old boy dies following dog bite
Halstead woman arrested for dangerous dog offences Read More


Study highlights increase in ageing equines

Study highlights increase in ageing equines
First large-scale analysis of horse health Read More

Charity calls for review of EU animal transport law

Charity calls for review of EU animal transport law
UK Government urged to lend its support Read More


Scientists create 'superlens' with spider silk

Scientists create 'superlens' with spider silk
Lens used to view previously 'invisible' structures

Developing countries threatened by alien species
Researchers evaluate global 21st century threat

Small animals vets treat wallaby in Indiana
Zoo officials called on vets to help with dislocated hip

Brexit: Ministers respond on working rights

Brexit: Ministers respond on working rights
UK governments have answered questions on the future for EU vets

Views sought on new VN apprenticeship standard
FIVP asks for opinions from independent practices

In pictures: CQ graduation
New veterinary nurses celebrate at special graduation ceremony in London


Vets raise concerns for future of ketamine

Vets raise concerns for future of ketamine
WSAVA petition secures over 11,000 signatures

VMD announces product recall
Class two recall of anaesthetic products due to defect

Collaboration to improve livestock production
Scientists investigate precision breeding technology

Four-eared rescue cat finds a home

Four-eared rescue cat finds a home
'Batman' has four ears due to a rare genetic mutation

Chief Whip hints at fourth Westminster cat
New mouser may be called Cromwell

Westminster welcomes third Battersea mouser
Gladstone named after former Prime Minister

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Rare tarantulas hatch in world firstRare tarantulas hatch in world first

Keepers at Chester Zoo have become the first in the world to successfully breed and hatch Monserrat tarantulas, a rare and unusual species that is native to the Caribbean island of Monserrat.

A clutch of around 200 tarantulas hatched at the zoo, providing key new information about the species.