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In this update: Australian cattle herd expected to grow by 1.1 million in 2022, a new survey about government veterinary careers – and more!
Dog trainers and breeders have shared where they draw their inspiration when naming dozens of dogs each year.
A 3D medical virtualisation technology company in the United States has announced the launch of the Anatomage Dog, the most detailed dog cadaver in the world.
In this update: Decoded genome could resurrect the Tasmanian tiger, a new study on swallowed wooden skewers in dogs – and more!
A new study by the American Veterinary Medical Association’s Language of Veterinary Care Initiative has identified the words and phrases that best resonate with clients when talking about veterinary care.
In this update: NSW inquiries set to assess animal welfare and breeding bills, plus the new online training course for wildlife disease risk analysis.
The world’s largest study into cherry eye in dogs has identified 17 breeds at increased risk of developing the condition, including the Neapolitan mastiff, English bulldog, Lhasa apso and great Dane, among others.
A new study will provide insight into whether veterinarians, veterinary technicians and other members of the animal care industry feel prepared to provide essential services in the midst of a pandemic.
In this update: The environmental cost of inhalational anaesthetic agents, a new study on common skin masses in young dogs – and more!