An Insight Into Dental Disease In Rabbits

The cause of dental disease in rabbits is generally multifactorial, and can include poor diet, inadequate dental wear, infection, trauma and genetic/breed predisposition. Signs are numerous, with the most common being weight loss, anorexia, tooth overgrowth, facial abscess, epiphora, dacryocystitis, and exophthalmos. Diagnosis of dental disease should include a comprehensive oral examination, radiography and ideally computed tomography. Treatment and prognosis depend on the cause and severity of the case.

How to Motivate Your Team to Embrace Sustainability in Practice

We know. Embracing sustainability in practice, especially with a large team, is much easier said than done. Change is hard. It’s not just about changing a few light bulbs to be more energy-efficient or adding recycling bins in every office; it’s also about educating and inspiring your team to want to make a difference.

Creating an Eco-Friendly Veterinary Clinic: Steps to a Sustainable Practice

As The Great Big Green Week begins, vets and practices across the UK have an ideal opportunity to reflect on their environmental impact and explore ways to become more sustainable. We're not talking about becoming carbon neutral in just seven days because, of course, we know that's not possible, and we're also not just suggesting spending lots of money to go green. However, we can all make a difference, whether we're talking small shuffles or massive strides forward, and if there is ever a time to take that first step, it's now.

Spot-On Wormers for Cats: A Comprehensive Guide for Veterinary Professionals

As veterinary professionals, ensuring the health and wellbeing of our feline patients is a primary concern. One of the most effective methods of parasite control is the use of spot-on wormers. These products offer a convenient and efficient way to protect cats from a variety of internal parasites. In this blog, we will delve into the intricacies of spot-on wormers, discussing their mechanism of action, efficacy, and considerations for their use in practice.

Exploring New Frontiers: Can a Revolutionary Drug Help Dogs Live Longer, Healthier Lives?

As veterinary professionals, our commitment to enhancing the health and longevity of our canine patients drives us to constantly seek out innovative treatments and therapies. Recently, a promising development in veterinary medicine has emerged, which has the potential to significantly extend the lifespan and improve the quality of life for dogs. This breakthrough centres around a new drug, rapamycin, which is showing remarkable promise in early trials.

Master Advanced Veterinary Dentistry with The Webinar Vet's Comprehensive On-Demand Course

Are you ready to elevate your expertise in veterinary dentistry? Whether you're a seasoned practitioner or a budding veterinary professional, The Webinar Vet's Advanced Dentistry Course offers an unparalleled opportunity to deepen your knowledge and enhance your practice. This comprehensive on-demand course, led by esteemed speakers Andrew Perry and Alix Freeman, is meticulously designed to transform your approach to oral healthcare in veterinary patients.

Feline Behaviour Fundamentals by Linda Ryan - Webinar of the Month

Understanding the intricate world of feline behaviour is essential for providing the best care for our beloved cats. This month, The Webinar Vet is excited to feature “Feline Behaviour Fundamentals” by Linda Ryan, a comprehensive introduction to feline behaviour that delves into the factors influencing who cats are, why they act the way they do, and how we can enhance their care through a deeper understanding.

Celebrating Dr. James Guthrie: Our Speaker of the Month

We are delighted to announce that Dr. James Guthrie has been named our Speaker of the Month. Dr. Guthrie's dedication to veterinary medicine and his expertise in both Small Animal Surgery and Canine Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation make him a standout professional in the field.

Understanding Chronic Hepatitis in Senior Dogs: A Veterinarian’s Perspective

As our canine companions age, it's not uncommon for them to develop various health issues, one of which is chronic hepatitis. This condition, often seen in older dogs, can significantly impact their quality of life and requires a careful and informed approach to manage. In this post, we will delve into what a diagnosis of chronic hepatitis means for senior dogs, exploring its causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment options from a veterinarian's perspective.

The Vegan Diet Debate: What Veterinarians Need to Know About Feeding Dogs and Cats

As veterinarians, we constantly seek to provide the best nutritional guidance for our patients. Recently, the debate over vegan diets for dogs and cats has gained traction, driven by both ethical considerations and concerns for animal welfare. A new systematic review titled "Evidence Update: A Systematic Review of Studies Evaluating Vegan Diets for Dogs and Cats" sheds light on this controversial topic, offering insights that are crucial for veterinary professionals.

New Laws for Veterinary Medicines: What UK Vets Need to Know

As of last week, significant changes to the laws governing veterinary medicines in the UK have been enacted, impacting how veterinarians prescribe and advise on treatments. These amendments are crucial for ensuring the safety and efficacy of veterinary care, and it is imperative that all veterinary professionals familiarise themselves with these updates.