Discovery of new feline viruses

A recently published study, in the “Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery”, discovers new feline viruses that affect cats. The newly discovered feline viruses are Gammaherpesvirus (GHVs) and Morbilliviruses that affect the domestic cat. The ways these viruses cause disease is still unknown and scientists are working on discovering that. The Gammaherpesvirus has very little known epidemiology. We know that …

Abdominal Cryptorchid Neuter

Abdominal Cryptorchid Neuter Cat – Video by Vet Surgery Channel

In the video below, you can see a surgical technique for abdominal cryptorchid neuter in a cat. Right inguinal exploration suggested the abdominal location of the right testicle. Watch the video to learn more:    LEGAL DISCLAIMER: 1. COPYRIGHT POLICY: The owner of this Surgical Channel videos is the only legal copyright holder of all the material on this channel. No …

World Veterinary Association Congress

World Veterinary Association Congress 2019

The 35th World Veterinary Association Congress (WVAC2019) will take place in San Jose, Costa Rika. This veterinary congress is a great opportunity for veterinarians interested in excelling in different veterinary fields and get together with veterinary professionals from all over the Wolrd. This is the perfect opportunity to continue your veterinary education. The program is constructed to include 3 main …

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Walk Your Dog Month – January

January is the month dedicated for you to get off the couch, get rid of the holiday blues and walk your dog more. Walking your dog more than just the usual 15 minutes for physiological needs has benefits for both you and your dog. Walking for at least 30 minutes improves your general health, improves circulation and that benefits your …

Periodontal Disease

Periodontal Disease – Video by Victoria Birch

In the video below, our lovely Victoria Birch will explain what periodontal disease is, how to prevent it and how it is treated. Periodontal disease is the most common clinical condition occurring in adult dogs and cats, and is entirely preventable. By three years of age, most dogs and cats have some evidence of periodontal disease. Watch the video and …