In early February, amidst the buzz of the Sustainability Summit at VVC24, we were thrilled to host the third edition of the Veterinary Green Awards. These awards shine a spotlight on individuals and practices making significant strides towards sustainability in veterinary medicine. Let's take a closer look at the worthy winners and what they have to say about their achievements:
As we step into March, we're thrilled to announce an array of captivating webinars lined up to enhance your veterinary knowledge and skills.
In the ever-evolving landscape of veterinary medicine, advancements in diagnostic technologies play a pivotal role in improving patient care and streamlining clinical workflows. Recently, a webinar titled "New Technologies in Laboratory Testing," sponsored by MicroVet Diagnostics, shed light on the latest innovations transforming the field. Led by the esteemed speaker Bonnie Bragdon, the webinar delved into the significance of embracing innovation and its impact on veterinary practice.
This month, we're thrilled to shine the spotlight on Samantha Taylor, a distinguished figure in the field of veterinary medicine, particularly renowned for her expertise in feline medicine. With an illustrious career spanning over two decades, Samantha's contributions have significantly shaped the landscape of veterinary care, earning her accolades and admiration from peers worldwide.
The importance of mental health and wellbeing in the veterinary profession cannot be overstated. With organizations like the RCVS, BVA, and The Webinar Vet leading the charge, support for colleagues is more accessible than ever before.
February is not just the month of love; it's also Pet Dental Month – a time dedicated to raising awareness about the importance of oral health in our furry companions. As veterinarians, it's crucial to educate pet owners about proper dental care to ensure their pets live happier, healthier lives.
Faecal Dx antigen testing detects common parasites earlier in cats and dogs—even when there are no eggs present.
Holograms, artificial intelligence, and functionalized radio filters, oh my! Diagnostic laboratory technologies are rapidly evolving to improve patient care and clinic operations
The charming and interactive nature of degus makes them popular pets among small mammal enthusiasts. However, their unique needs and healthcare requirements often pose challenges for veterinary professionals.
Request your FREE Pet Dental Health Month materials for your practice and enter Animalcare’s competition
Pet Dental Health Month is happening this February – is your practice prepared? Request your FREE Pet Dental Health Month materials for your practice, to help you educate your clients on the importance of dental health.
Amidst the dynamic atmosphere of the Virtual Veterinary Congress held from February 5-9, The Webinar Vet and Vet Dynamics proudly presented the Vet Trust Awards 2024. This esteemed ceremony honours individuals and organisations that have significantly contributed to the advancement of the veterinary profession over the past year.
Cutaneous adverse reactions are uncommon to rare, unintended effects to drugs that result in skin lesions.