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New vet research hub at Aberystwyth to drive improvements in animal health
Caution against antibiotic course changes
PDSA forced to cut services as economic depression takes its toll
Rise in laboratories breeding genetically modified animals is now ‘out of control’
Scotland and NI now officially BSE free
A year of challenges and progress
Animal medicines industry split on Brexit
Disease surveillance in England and Wales, July 2017
Review of animal health threats by the UK’s Veterinary Risk Group
Welfare assessment in zoo animals
Adaptation of the animal welfare assessment grid (AWAG) for monitoring animal welfare in zoological collections
Long-term efficacy of imepitoin in the treatment of naive dogs affected by idiopathic epilepsy
Differential distribution of vapA-positive Rhodococcus equi in affected and unaffected horse-breeding farms
Isolation of Brachyspira species from farmed wild boar in Spain
Selected highlights from other veterinary journals
Why scrutiny is a good thing for progress
Helping vets assess quality of life
Public awareness of halal and kosher slaughter
Reducing lameness in sheep
Raw feeding and the risks to people
Above politics
The continuing saga of ‘Observations on the diseases of Brunus edwardii’
Small animal blood pressure monitors
Easy to administer anti-inflammatory for dogs
Red fish dog treats
Raising awareness of stress in dogs
Low volume pentobarbital for euthanasia
Cat treats promote pet bonding