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Chocolate ingestion in dogs

Chocolate ingestion in dogs

  • 03/12/2021 15:02:00
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Suspected poisoning is a common reason for presentation in veterinary practice, particularly during the Christmas and Easter periods. To date, only a few individual case reports describing chocolate intoxication in dogs have been published, but a new study published in the Journal of Small Animal Practice (JSAP), described the clinical features and outcome of dogs after chocolate ingestion.
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BSAVA Congress on Demand  – Surgery

BSAVA Congress on Demand – Surgery

  • 14/10/2021 07:51:00
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With over 30 sessions, surgery is the biggest of our Congress on Demand bundles. On the clinical side, it covers orthopaedics, acute abdomen, urogenital tract surgery and brachycephalics. It also covers administrative elements such as clinical audits, and explores the human interaction with sessions about getting the best from surgical teams.
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Managing conflicting ethical concerns in small animal practice

Managing conflicting ethical concerns in small animal practice

  • 24/09/2021 11:06:00
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Whilst looking after the interests of a patient is a key priority for veterinary staff, there are many factors that may influence a vet’s clinical decision making. There are client considerations such as financial resources and emotional needs, personal aspirations to provide quality patient care and for personal development, and finally the desire to have a fulfilling yet balanced work life.
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BSAVA Congress on Demand - The Top Ten Bundle

BSAVA Congress on Demand - The Top Ten Bundle

  • 25/08/2021 11:18:00
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The Top Ten bundle is a short-cut to the best of Congress 2021, as voted for by you through your views. It includes a wide variety of topics from lameness and dermatitis to radiography and BOAS surgery, and delivers a whole host of useful tips and tools applicable to first-opinion practice.
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What would you do?

What would you do?

  • 06/07/2021 13:39:00
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Despite being a common procedure in veterinary practice, the pastoral aspect of euthanasia can be challenging for the veterinary professional. Given that owners will likely respond in different ways, research that seeks to understand the experience of people making end-of-life (EoL) decisions can help veterinary professionals to support owners through the process.
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A paper to get your teeth into!

A paper to get your teeth into!

  • 20/04/2021 12:25:00
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Having something to chew is important for our dogs’ health but some of the commonly marketed toys and food stuffs for dogs to chew are as hard or harder than tooth enamel and can therefore damage teeth.
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