In this update: A NSW vet highlights the pinch on practices, nominations are open for the biennial Plowright Prize – and more!
VetNews is a weekly email bulletin and blog covering the issues that matter most to all levels of our diverse industry – from vets, techs, and nurses, through to students, specialists, and conservationists. Plus all the latest news on animal welfare, practice management, biosecurity, pet owner trends, and much much more.
In this update: OIE say bird flu has high zoonotic potential, new WHA initiative will help prevent pandemics – and more!
In this update: Appreciation for vets online grows during pandemic, plus how a giant rubber whale helps Kiwi rescuers prepare for strandings.
In this update: Veterinary cannabinoid treatment a step closer to market, Ivermectin provides hope for endangered Aussie sea lion – and more!
In this update: Australia’s Chief Veterinary Officer Dr Mark Schipp visits Fiji, plus a free turtle conservation webinar.
In this update: Biodegradable ‘flat-pack’ homes for wildlife, first of its kind AMR study, UK vet shortage continues to bite and more!
In this update: Antimicrobial Awareness Week, a carbon calculator for veterinary practices and WHA expands their social media presence
In this update: The socio-spatial superpowers of cats, how common household noises can cause dog stress, new cattle vaccine approved for use and more!
In this update: New veterinary practice laws in WA plus a new study of arctic dog DNA may have uncovered an ancient trade network.
In this update: Colorado elk liberated from car tyre, VetChip founder wins Aspire Award, astounding singing lemurs and parasiticide use.
In this update: First of its kind database of the butterfly species of the Torres Strait Islands, plus Dr Edie Bishop on the crisis facing Australian veterinarians.
Meet the tiny turtle with two heads, the latest edition of the BSAVA dermatology manual plus the new start-up fighting puppy scammers.
In this update: The “genius dogs” with a remarkable grasp of human language, plus funky new koala stethoscope charms for a good cause.
In this update: The impact of pets on pandemic loneliness, how AI could help scientists ID the next zoonotic disease, World Animal Day, calls for stronger pet food standards and the specially-built hideout for endangered bats.
In this update: Using insects as sustainable pet food, the retired racehorses helping veterans with PTSD and toilet training cows for climate change …?