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Why some dogs do not respond to epilepsy treatments

Why some dogs do not respond to epilepsy treatments New research has shed light on why around a third of dogs do not respond to epilepsy treatments. Sex, breed and frequency of seizures all affect the likelihood of achieving remission, according to specialists from the Royal Veterinary College (RVC). Epilepsy affects around 50,000 dogs and 600,000 people in the UK, making it the most common chronic neurological... Read More
Pet Shop Primates: report reveals inexcusable behaviour

Pet Shop Primates: report reveals inexcusable behaviour

The Born Free Foundation have released a shocking new report based on an investigation into the sale of primates in licensed pet shops in England. The wildlife charity gathered information from Local Authorities under the Freedom of Information Act. They identified... Read More

Dogs may be used to detect breast cancer

Dogs may be used to detect breast cancer

Medical Detection Dogs has been granted permission to begin the world's first ever breast cancer detection trial using the incredible power of a dogs sense of smell. Founded in 2007, the Buckinghamshire charity has established a reputation in training dogs to... Read More


Pig pheromone stops bad behaviour in dogs

Pig pheromone stops bad behaviour in dogs

Texan professor discovers a pig pheromone that...

Why some dogs do not respond to epilepsy treatments

Why some dogs do not respond to epilepsy treatments
Breed and sex impact the effectiveness of AEDs, says RVC Read More

Dogs may be used to detect breast cancer

Dogs may be used to detect breast cancer
Ground-breaking trial will establish if dogs can detect breast cancer from breath samples. Read More


Top facilities for equine athletes

Top facilities for equine athletes

State-of-the-art veterinary facilities are...

Participants required for equine laminitis project

Participants required for equine laminitis project
3,000 horse and pony owners are needed to participate in the fight against laminitis. Read More

"Barbaric" donkey carousels banned in Spanish town
Live animal fairground-style rides have been banned in Algeciras, Gibraltar. Read More


Zoo marks 100th anniversary of extinct bird

Zoo marks 100th anniversary of extinct bird
ZSL London commemorates 100 years since the death of the last passenger pigeon

Zambia lifts hunting ban
Animals excluding big cats now fair game

Animal group launches monkey rescue appeal
Call for donations to help fund the removal of animals from circuses across Peru

Hayley Walters presented with award at RCVS Day

Hayley Walters presented with award at RCVS Day
Eventful day sees new council member welcomed and new charter approved

RCVS publishes Royal Charter responses
Views on veterinary nursing regulation by the RCVS

CQ holds its first graduation ceremony
Bob Champion MBE presents scrolls to DipVN graduates


ILRI publish new studies on MERS coronovirus

ILRI publish new studies on MERS coronovirus
Hopes that new research will help hasten knowledge and control of MERS

RCVS honours First World War vet surgeon
The first veterinary surgeon to be killed in the First World War has been honoured with a...

RVC makes breakthrough in coccidiosis research
Researchers a step closer to an affordable coccidiosis vaccine

Pomeranian is fastest dog on two legs

Pomeranian is fastest dog on two legs
Jiff from California is recognised as record-breaker 

'Feathered fugitive' caught stealing fruit
Escaped parrot found tucking into stolen watermelon

Dog elected as Mayor of Minnesota town
Duke the dog is seven years old and is the new mayor of Cormorant, Minnesota.

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A vet nurse's diary: spending the day in dispensary I came in early so I could get all the consulting rooms ready as I was spending the day in dispensary. Today's order was relatively small so I had unpacked it and rotated the stock by 9am. After I gave the visitor's room a spring clean I headed back into dispensary where I was greeted with lots of dispensing labels. There were lots of consultations that kept me busy dispensing drugs for most of the morning. ...<Read full diary

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