The AVA is set to host a dedicated industry week and conference series for veterinary professionals dubbed VetFest Marketplace.
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New VetChip can report on an animal’s heart rate, temperature, respiratory rate, stress levels, location and activity, with the information relayed to the animals’ owners or veterinary staff via a smartphone app.
The Victorian Government has introduced new legislation that will better utilise veterinarians to reunite lost pets with their owners, avoiding the need to send the animal to the local council pound.
Researchers have undertaken a global survey of 540 veterinarians, veterinary nurses and animal health technicians to highlight the impact of the pandemic on communication in veterinary clinical practice.
Global pet nutrition company Royal Canin has committed to becoming certified carbon neutral by 2025, with its first product range aiming to be certified carbon neutral by 2022.
The first-ever book dedicated to the role of the veterinarian in ‘One Welfare’ has been published, edited by Sydney veterinarian Dr Tanya Stephens.
Today (Friday 8 October) is Vet Nurse Day, celebrating the vital role that vet nurses and technicians play within veterinary teams.
While studies show that pet owners approve of telemedicine and are willing to pay for it, debate over the merits of the practice continues amongst the veterinary community.
Suspending rhinos from their feet is a crucial part of conserving the species, according to a new study published in the Journal of Wildlife Diseases.
International animal charity Vets Beyond Borders are presenting an online event to raise awareness about the danger of rabies and the importance of vaccinating animals.
Victoria’s population of Eastern Barred Bandicoots has rebounded from being on the verge of extinction thanks to Zoos Victoria’s captive-breeding and reintroduction program.
In an annual tradition, veterinary students from Murdoch University have gone nude to be photographed for a calendar to raise funds for Rural Aid.
Pet owners are being encouraged to show kindness, patience and respect when visiting the vet to ensure that everyone feels valued.
A Melbourne-based pet product start-up is retailing a versatile and supportive orthopaedic bed for dogs, named the Kangaroo Bed.
Whether you’re into clinical pathology, exotic pet medicine, wildlife conservation or veterinary marketing, there has been a bounty of new online learning resources to listen to or watch recently.
Some Australian veterinarians have been receiving requests from people hoping to take animal medication they wrongly believe will treat COVID-19.
AMRRIC is collaborating with Indigenous community stakeholders across more than 20 communities in Northern Australia to improve Indigenous community animal health surveillance.
A veterinarian at the USA’s Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine has performed what may have been the first canine tongue reduction surgery ever performed on a live patient.