Embarking on the entrepreneurial journey in the veterinary industry demands courage, resilience, and a passion for making a difference. In a recent Vetchat podcast episode, Kathryn Bell, CEO of The Webinar Vet, sat down with Samantha Williamson, Director of Samaxia Ltd and SRW Consulting Ltd, to discuss the intricacies of navigating start-up life in the veterinary business.
VetCT, a global teleradiology, teleconsulting and education provider, is pleased to announce the dates for their upcoming equine webinar series. This free series focuses on equine radiology and its clinical application.
In recent months, a ominous respiratory illness has cast its shadow over dogs across the United States, sending veterinarians on a quest for answers. This enigmatic disease, still shrouded in mystery, emerged in Oregon and has sparked concern globally. With the Oregon Department of Agriculture (ODA) at the forefront, up to 200 reported cases by veterinarians have been documented as of August.
Gear up for a week-long dive into the latest advancements and essential skills in veterinary medicine! Join us from December 4 to December 8 for the Veterinary Clinical Collection 2023, a FREE on-demand event hosted by The Webinar Vet.
The London Vet Show, a pinnacle event in the veterinary calendar, unfolded with a unique blend of insights, connections, and shared enthusiasm. This year’s edition brought together professionals, exhibitors, and thought leaders from the veterinary field.
Embarking on a journey into the vast sea of veterinary oncology can be both challenging and rewarding. With advancements in the field and a growing focus on cancer care for our animal companions, staying updated is crucial. Let's set sail into the world of oncology with The Webinar Vet's Oncology Refresher Course, a RACE-approved program designed to equip veterinary professionals with the latest insights.
Vetsie.ai is on a mission to revolutionize the veterinary industry by leveraging the power of artificial intelligence. Their AI-powered chat platform is designed to empower veterinary professionals with quick and accurate access to information regarding patient conditions, treatments and medications.
London Vet Show is one of our biggest veterinary exhibitions in Europe albeit dwarfed by the likes of VMX in Orlando. I’m just back after a busy, busy week with the Simply Vets’ and The Webinar Vet team. We had over 250 members of the industry come to the stand for some of our The Webinar Vet branded ethically-sourced Tony Chocolonely. We will also be planting 250 trees in developing countries to help provide shade for people and animals and increase biodiversity. We are hoping to reach 10,000 trees planted by the end of December.
LONDON Samaxia Ltd, an exciting new entrant in the UK pet healthcare distribution landscape, is thrilled to announce its collaboration with MP Labo, a family-based business from France that boasts three decades of excellence in the veterinary sector. This partnership, grounded in family values, seeks to offer a fresh and conscientious choice to veterinary professionals and pet owners in the UK.
Many exotic small mammals are prey species, so they hide signs of pain and disease very well. Any exotic small mammal that is not eating and passing faeces as normal, or is simply not quite right must be seen as soon as possible as they can deteriorate rapidly. Expectations, owner commitment and financial implications should be discussed from the outset.
Cardiovascular health is a universal concern, transcending species. The Veterinary Journal's August 2021 volume features an enlightening review authored by Celine Brugada-Terradellas, Pascal Smets, Arnaut Hellemans, and the eminent Professor Pedro Brugada. Hailing from Ghent University's small animal department and the University hospital in Brussels, this collaboration promises a unique blend of veterinary and human medical expertise.
Feline urolithiasis is the second most frequent cause of ‘feline lower urinary tract disease’ (FLUTD) after feline idiopathic cystitis. Calcium oxalate urolithiasis accounts for approximately 55% of all uroliths in the lower urinary tract and 95% of all uroliths in the upper urinary tract. Other types of urolithiasis include struvite, ammonium urate, calcium phosphate, and cystine. Dried solidified blood calculi are a newly identified type of stone which likely forms due to inflammation in the urinary tract.