Vet News 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.
A Melbourne-based pet product start-up is retailing a versatile and supportive orthopaedic bed for dogs, named the Kangaroo Bed.
In this webinar, Dr James Ramsden delves into email engagement and why it matters to your clients, providing handy tips on how to produce effective newsletters with a minimum of stress.
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.
The UK’s Royal Veterinary College is continuing to investigate a sudden increase in feline pancytopenia cases in cats, which may be related to mycotoxins found in a recalled batch of cat food.
With over 20 dogs having now died in Victoria in the past two months associated with a pet food toxicity outbreak, there have been growing calls for stronger standards around the manufacture of pet foods in Australia.
Social media may get all of the love, but email is still the most direct and effective communication method to reach your clients. Studies show that 90% of emails arrive in their intended recipient’s inbox.