Summer 2013 Issue Highlights
We speak to AVSPNI president Kevin Corry about the issues facing vets in 2013
ONCE SEEN, NEVER FORGOTTEN!
Craig Reilly of Cedarmount Veterinary Clinic looks at the uncommon case of generalised tetanus in a retriever
TIME WELL SPENT
NIVT has been to Magherafelt where the McCrea family are preparing to celebrate 40 years of veterinary practice in the mid-Ulster area
BOTULISM IN LIVESTOCK
The Veterinary Sciences Division, Agri-food and Biosciences Institute research looks evidence found in botulism outbreaks…
BSAVA & BVA-NI Congress 2013
We highlight some of the exhibitors at this year’s conference
LIGHTING THE WAY
Siobhan Menzies of Holisticpet and Earlswood rehabilitation unit discusses the benefits of using low intensity laser (LILT) in dogs
NEW ERA FOR ASSISI SANCTUARY
NIVT has been to the Assisi Animal Sanctuary near Bangor to hear about plans for a large scale extension
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