New book explains how to talk to clients about overweight pets – VetNurse News – Vet Nurse

Purina has published ‘New Perspectives on Pet Obesity, Moving to a Behavioral Science Model’, an e-book that explores new ways of tackling weight management with clients. The book includes interviews with researchers and thought leaders, including Professor Jeff French, Hugues Ruault du Plessis and Professor Thomas Webb. There’s a chapter on ways to influence owner … Read more

RCVS publishes Book of Remembrance for VNs to pay their respects to Queen Elizabeth II – VetNurse News – Vet Nurse

The RCVS has opened an online Book of Remembrance following the death of Queen Elizabeth II, to allow all members of the veterinary professions to pay their respects. The online book invites veterinary nurses to leave written messages of condolence, and pictures. The book will be available until Monday October 3rd. Dr Melissa Donald MRCVS, … Read more

RCVS launches book of remembrance for Queen Elizabeth II

The RCVS has opened an online book of remembrance following the death of Queen Elizabeth II on Thursday. Officials said details have been shared with all vets and VNs, and the book will remain open until October 3, two weeks after next Monday’s state funeral at Westminster Abbey. ‘Greatly saddened’ RCVS president Melissa Donald, who … Read more

‘Impractical Jokers’ Joe Gatto Writes A Book About His, No Joke, 8 Dogs

Joe Gatto makes his living pulling pranks and making jokes on TruTV’s ‘Impractical Jokers.’ But when he’s off the job, Gatto’s life is all about dogs. Currently, he lives in Long Island with his wife, two human children, and six dogs – for now. I say “for now” because Gatto consistently rescues pups, including seniors. … Read more

Faithful terrier Greyfriars Bobby may have been a different breed, book claims Animals

Greyfriars Bobby is likely to have been a different breed of terrier than previously thought, a new book suggests. The faithful pet, famous for sitting at his master’s graveside in Edinburgh for 14 years after his death in 1858, was thought to have been a Skye terrier. However, according to experts in the breed, Greyfriars … Read more

A New App Helps You Book Private Dog Parks For Your Shy Or Reactive Pups

Not all dogs enjoy the chaos that is the dog park. It can be a fun adventure for many furry friends, but the thought of being around multiple dogs can be exhausting for others. Shy or reactive pups don’t often get to explore new surroundings for this reason, which is why Sniffspot created a platform … Read more

Book explores animal welfare through the eyes of a vet

A former BVA president’s book that aims to put the veterinary profession and evidence-based information front and center of the animal welfare debate will hit the shelves later this month. Through a Vet’s Eyes: How We Can All Choose a Better Life for Animals, by Sean Wensley, is described as an “eye-opening polemic about our … Read more