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The Micro-X Rover utilises custom software tailored for small animal exams by Micro-X’s US partner Varex Imaging Corporation.
Hens laying eggs in battery cages are to be phased out within 15 years, but reports say that, considering the ethical aspect of what level of animal welfare society should provide, this end isn’t soon enough.
The Australian Veterinary Association has reported a recent cluster of acute hepatopathy cases in Victorian dogs.
Not-for-profit organisation Animal Management in Rural and Remote Indigenous Communities have been recognised by the International Canine Health Awards for their work and contributions to dog health and welfare.
A new study published in the latest issue of the Journal of Small Animal Practice has identified an inverse relationship between packed cell volume and the severity of myxomatous mitral valve disease in dogs.
Addressing new veterinary graduates, veterinarian and CEO of Pfizer Dr Albert Bourla, said that veterinarians had “an enduring, positive social impact.”
Recent research explores the personal and organisational factors predicting compassion satisfaction, burnout, and secondary traumatic stress in veterinary professionals.
Over 100 lectures from the AVA’s VetFest were recorded during the conference and can now be streamed on demand from the VetFest website.
The BSAVA has published a series of resources around end of life care and decision-making, designed to help support clients and the practice team.