Welcome to vnonline.co.uk

vnonline.co.uk provides the veterinary nursing profession with the latest news and industry developments, as well as events, resources, learning materials and careers.

Our website is dedicated to veterinary nurses and we strive to provide a platform where you can voice and explore your interests.

Not a member yet? Sign up for free!

Register for free with vnonline.co.uk to gain unlimited access to news, resources, jobs and much more!



Click here to become a member







Log in to vnonline

Forgot your password?

Equine news headlines

Breakthrough in hunt for R. equi vaccine Breakthrough in hunt for R. equi vaccine
Disease causes severe pneumonia and can affect other organs Read More

Achievement award goes to Ed Robinson

Achievement award goes to Ed Robinson

AHT recognises pioneering work in equine medicine...

Achievement award goes to Ed Robinson

Blue Cross calls for closer scrutiny of online horse sales
Investigation reveals extent of online horse trade Read More

No-deal Brexit could spark rise in demand for horse health checks

No-deal Brexit could spark rise in demand for horse health checks
BVA issues warning amid concerns over veterinary shortages Read More


Horses still struggling with skin problems - survey

Horses still struggling with skin problems - survey
Blue Cross and BEVA publish results of 2018 equine health survey Read More

New project to improve care of wounds in horses

New project to improve care of wounds in horses
Horse owners asked to collaborate with researchers Read More


Zoetis issues update on rotavirus vaccines

Zoetis issues update on rotavirus vaccines

Equip Rotavirus will not be available before...


Stem cells ‘could be used as an alternative to antibiotics’

Stem cells ‘could be used as an alternative to antibiotics’

Study finds MSCs in horses fight bacterial infection

Equine sector welcomes new ID legislation

Equine sector welcomes new ID legislation
Legislation key to the management of disease outbreaks Read More

‘Perfect storm’ increases risk of atypical myopathy

‘Perfect storm’ increases risk of atypical myopathy
BEVA warns horse owners to limit access to sycamore seeds Read More