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Illthrift In Ewes – A Short Summary

This blog by Dr. Ben Walker, a new graduate farm vet in the north of England, discusses the common issue of "illthrift" in ewes. Illthrift refers to a condition in sheep where they have a normal appetite but are in poor condition or experiencing weight loss, ultimately resulting in a failure to thrive. The blog explores high yield clinical facts to ace your exams!

Preparing For Vet School Finals

This blog, authored by Dr. Carleen Tough, a newly graduated veterinarian working in Colorado Springs, discusses various aspects of being a final year veterinary student. The blog provides advice and insights on topics such as managing rotations, dealing with feedback, preparing for assessments, and revising for exams.

Identifying Infectious Diseases In Rabbits

The blog discusses the experiences of Dr. Lauren Witter, a small animal veterinarian in Northwest England. Dr. Witter emphasises the importance of recognising and managing common infectious diseases in rabbits as a new grad vet, particularly Myxomatosis and Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease (RHD).

Feline Hyperthyroidism – The Essentials

This blog discusses the topic of Feline Hyperthyroidism, which is the most common endocrine disease in cats. Dr. Karen Fong, a small animal veterinarian based in the UK, provides information on the background, presentation, diagnosis, differentials, treatment, and prognosis of this condition.