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FDA Conditionally Approves First Torsemide Animal Drug for Dogs

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration conditionally approved UpCard-CA1.

A case of classical Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy has been confirmed

Case confirmed in Ayrshire, Scotland this month (May 2024)

Updates to the online reporting service for dead wild birds

Its now easier to report the location of dead wild birds (including being able to drop a pin on a map).

Mindful May from ezyVet

Free RACE® CE and CPD wellbeing webinar. Save your spot!

Felis Update May 2024

Take a look at our new and updated content for Vetlexicon Felis in May! 🐈🐱 What’s New:Article – Forage mite (Tyrophagus putrecentiae) – by: John McGarry MSc PhD – by Andrew Forbes BVM&S PhD FBiol MRSB MRCVS – Article – Ultrasonography: thyroid/parathyroid glands – by Vetstream LtdReviewed by Tobias Schwarz MA […]

Guest Appearance on Best Business Coach Podcast

Our Vetstream CEO, Dr Mark Johnston recently made a guest appearance on the Best Business Coach podcast with Daryl Urbanski. Mark has several years experience in sales, marketing and managing a vast team in the veterinary field, and so had an astounding amount of wealth of knowledge and insights he wanted to share. “This interview […]

BBC Podcast : Thinking Allowed

The most recent episode of the BBC’s podcast ‘Thinking Allowed’ focused in on pets and our relationship with them across the last two centuries. Host Laurie Taylor chats with Jane Hamlett, Senior Lecturer in Modern British History at Royal Holloway, University of London, about her study of the love affair with pets across Britain. Her […]