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The Cat Friendly Hospital Ward

In this 35 min live recorded lecture, Martha Cannon from Oxford Cat Clinic discusses the psychology of cats in the Practice and how to use this knowledge to make the hospital ward as cat friendly as possible. This video was taken from a 6 hours series on the Inappetent Cat, available to view on Vet-eCPD

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    Anthony Roberts, RCVS Director of Leadership and Innovation, commented: “The use of telemedicine is growing rapidly in human healthcare and it is only right the RCVS assesses the opportunities it could bring to improve access to veterinary services. It is critical, however, that we understand the issues it presents ‘at the coal face’ and consider […]

  • 3rd April - Facebook Case Discussion Group Membership Approaches 900!

    Central CPD’s Small Animal Case Discussion Group is only in its third month, yet membership is close to hitting 900. The group is very active, with help and advice from other clinicians usually being given within minutes of the original post. Not a member yet? Joining is easy: its a closed group for the veterinary […]

  • 27th March - Massive RSPCA raid on “vet clinic” in North Lincolnshire

    A major animal welfare operation involving the RSPCA, Dogs Trust, police and local authority personnel was undertaken last week to remove more than 100 dogs from the premises of “4Paws Veterinary Clinic, Boarding Kennels and Second Chance Rescue”. Several cats and horses have also been removed from the site. Further details of the investigation have yet […]

  • 20th March - Vets Encouraged to Use “Baby-talk” with Dogs

    New research from the University of York has led to the suggestion that clinic staff should use an exaggerated “sing-song” voice when dealing with canine patients, in order to help the dogs relax. Previous studies on communicating with dogs had suggested talking in a high-pitch voice with exaggerated emotion, just as adults do with babies, […]

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