New Tramvetol® - Licensed Tramadol Tablets for Dogs
Virbac are pleased to announce the launch of Tramvetol®, licensed tramadol tablets for the treatment of acute and chronic pain in dogs.
Virbac Supports WVI African Painted Dog Conservation Project
Virbac are pleased to confirm their continued support to Wildlife Vets International in their campaign to reduce the risk of population decline in the African painted dog due to disease.
How Important Is an Ear Cleaner in the Short and Long-Term Management of Otitis Externa in Dogs?
Otitis externa is a very common condition in dogs, yet can be difficult to manage, successfully, in practice. Once the patient has been examined and a diagnosis has been established, the choice of treatment prescribed will be the key to success in treating otitis externa.
Travelling Dogs Going to Sunnier Climes? Skin Lesions? Don’t Forget Leishmania!
With soaring numbers of animals crossing the channel every year, as well as rescue dogs from abroad and owners moving to this country, UK vets are confronted with diseases that were very rarely identified before the PETS scheme made travelling beloved pets to EU countries much easier.
Introducing Eradia - The First Liquid Metronidazole For Dogs
Virbac are delighted to announce the launch of Eradia, the first and only metronidazole for dogs in a flavoured oral suspension.
EpiRepress® brings reliability and ease of use to the treatment of canine epilepsy with phenobarbital
Isoflurane gaseous anaesthetic for use as a non-irritant, inhalant general surgical anaesthetic for cats, dogs and horses
Antimicrobial Peptides: The What, The How and The Why
Antimicrobial resistance is a hot topic in both human and veterinary medicine, with concerns flagged that inappropriate use of antibiotics may have contributed to an increase in bacterial resistance worldwide.
Canine Castration: Is There More Than One Way To Crack A Nut?
Along with positive socialisation, training and appropriate nutrition, castration is often considered a key component of responsible dog ownership. As well as preventing accidental mating, castration can be beneficial in preventing specific testosterone related disease and can help in the management of some behavioural issues.