Clinical Abstracts

Eye problems in the horse

The size and prominence of the equine eye means that disease and injury to the eye are common occurrences. Many...

Dominic Alexander

Locating neurological lesions

  Whilst neurology is an area of specialisation, most neurological lesions initially present in first opinion practice. Therefore, every general...

Joanna de Klerk

Common calving problems

The objectives for managing a cow at calving should be the same regardless of whether the cow is in a...

A forelimb amputation in a guinea pig with osteomyelitis

Guinea pigs are commonly-owned, exotic small mammals and present frequently to veterinary surgeons in general practice. Small mammal limb injuries...

Poisoning – the bigger picture: pigs, sheep, goats and horses

The Veterinary Poisons Information Service answer enquiries about any animal – big or small – and although larger animals represent...

Jane Ellison

Team member disputes – managing difficult employment relationships before they affect the wider practice

Stephenie Malone, specialist employment solicitor at Harrison Clark Rickerbys solicitors, discusses team member disputes in the veterinary practice. Difference and...

Stephenie Malone

Whom to choose? Clearing confusion about appropriate behaviour and training referral services

In this article, Karen Wild, ASAB-Certificated Clinical Animal Behaviourist, explores the options for veterinary surgeons, veterinary nurses and owners regarding the...

Karen Wild