Eleanor Storey BSc (Hons) BVM&S MRCVS, St David’s Equine Practice Dentistry is a rapidly growing area of equine work, due to the increase in understanding of the importance of a healthy mouth for the general wellbeing and performance of a horse. To enable complete dental examinations and to ensure work is performed thoroughly, our vets […]
Katie Scotter VetMB BA MRCVS, Molecare Veterinary Services Tooth root abscesses are a common condition seen in new world camelids in the UK. Unfortunately, it is often noticed by owners too late to avoid deformity and chronic infection, so it is a condition to be aware of and to check for regularly. Early intervention is […]
Zoe Satsias BVM&S MRCVS, St David’s Equine Practice Every horse owner dreads the word ‘Strangles’ being mentioned by their vet. We all know that a diagnosis is serious… but what exactly IS Strangles? Strangles is one of the most common equine diseases worldwide. It is caused by […]
APHA announces tighter TB control measures in England after April Please click on the following to view the APHA briefing notes on tighter TB control measures for England after April. APHA Briefing Note Tighter TB Control Measures in England from April If you have any questions regarding this, please contact your vet.