Tendon and Ligament Injuries in the Non-Athlete Horse

There are many conditions affecting tendon and ligaments which cause lameness in the horse. We often focus our attention on injuries affecting performance animals, such as superficial digital flexor tendinitis in race horses, or proximal suspensory ligament desmitis in sport horses.

The Benefits of Specialty Teleconsulting in Veterinary Medicine

The realm of veterinary medicine has experienced a significant transformation with the advent of digital healthcare solutions. Among these innovations, specialty teleconsulting has emerged as a game-changer, offering a plethora of benefits for both veterinary professionals and pet owners. While telemedicine in general has revolutionized healthcare delivery, specialty teleconsulting in veterinary medicine carves out its own niche by focusing on the provision of expert advice and second opinions from specialists.

Breeding Bull Care and Management

The bull may be thought of as “half of the herd”. It is therefore imperative that he is given due care and attention to keep him fit and healthy to fulfil his role.

A Comprehensive Review: "The Approach to Assessing and Treating Chronic Pain in Pet Rodents" Webinar

As veterinary professionals, our dedication to providing optimal care extends beyond traditional companion animals like dogs and cats. In recent years, there has been a growing recognition of the unique needs of exotic pets, including rodents. Despite their small size, rodents experience pain, often in silence due to their evolutionary adaptation as prey species. Understanding and addressing this pain is crucial for ensuring the welfare of these beloved pets.

Protect Your Pets This Easter: Understanding the Dangers of Chocolate

With Easter approaching, it's crucial for pet owners to be aware of the potential dangers that chocolate poses to their furry friends. While many of us indulge in chocolate treats during this festive season, it's important to remember that chocolate can be highly toxic to pets, especially dogs and cats.

WVAC2024: Resilience in the Face of Adversity

Cape Town, South Africa eagerly anticipates hosting the 39th World Veterinary Association Congress (WVAC2024) from April 16th to 19th, 2024, at the prestigious Cape Town International Convention Centre. This distinguished event, co-hosted by the South African Veterinary Association and the World Veterinary Association, invites you to embark on a journey of discovery, innovation, and resilience.

Celebrating Sarah Caney: A Leader in Feline Medicine

This month, we are thrilled to shine the spotlight on Sarah Caney BVSc PhD DSAM MRCVS, an esteemed figure in the field of feline medicine. With over two decades of experience as a feline-only veterinarian, Sarah has garnered international recognition for her expertise and dedication to improving the health and well-being of our beloved feline companions.

Navigating Neurodiversity: Empowering Perspectives in Veterinary Medicine

In the vast landscape of veterinary medicine, diversity isn't solely about species and breeds; it extends to the individuals working within the profession. Among these individuals are those who are neurodivergent, adding richness and varied perspectives to the field. Neurodiversity encompasses a spectrum of conditions, including ADHD and dyslexia, which bring unique strengths and challenges to veterinary practice. In this blog post, we delve into the significance of embracing neurodiversity in veterinary medicine, highlighting key insights from our recent podcast episodes on ADHD, dyslexia, and neurodiversity in the profession.