Summer parasite update 2022

The rapidly changing distribution of parasites affecting pets and the vectors that transmit them continues — this summer parasite update reveals what 2022 has brought so far, and suggests ways for controlling such parasitic incursions.

Animal Cancer Trust

The Animal Cancer Trust aims to be the first port of call for owners of pets with cancer, and their veterinary surgeons and nurses. Chief executive...

Feline osteoarthritis

This workshop discussed the prevalence of feline osteoarthritis (OA), how the nursing team can work with cat caregivers and the rest of the veterinary...

PFMA population data

The Pet Food Manufacturers' Association (PFMA) has released its annual population data, indicating there are a record 35 million pets in the UK in...

Parasite roundup for 2021

The year 2021 has proven to be another challenging year for UK veterinary professionals in many specialities, and parasite control has presented its...

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