The petition and march is in protest to the Royal College of Veterinary Medicine’s position statement on complementary and alternative medicines
How does an equine vet become a specialist — and why might your horse need to see one? Andrea Oakes finds out what you should know if advanced care is called for
The mental health of vets has been put under the spotlight in recent months, with suicide and depression figures higher than in other professions. But further support is now available.
The status is a middle tier between veterinary surgeons holding an initial veterinary degree and RCVS specialists
Ninety percent of vet nurses, who took the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons' Level 3 Equine Pathway Diploma last year, passed
A light has been shone on the "murky world of showing" during a disciplinary case against an Essex vet accused of giving animals inaccurate height certificates
Vets and horse owners are being asked to give their feedback on a new code of conduct for the profession
Vet James Main has been struck off by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons after administering a banned substance to a horse belonging to The Queen
Seven vets who took their final exams this month have become the first to receive a new equestrian qualification.
The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons has issued a warning after discovering a fraudster is charging a £150 “non-refundable application fee” for an “internship” that does not exist
The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons is calling for riding schools to insist the council sends trained vets for licensing inspections
Russell Oakes has been struck off the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) register after being found guilty of fraudulent registration
A host of horse related charities are to be beneficiaries for National Pet Month 2009 — running from 4 April-4 May
Legislation to tighten the rules surrounding veterinary practices have been put on to the back burner by Defra until at least 2011
Vet Alan Walker has been shocked by the levels of support he has received after being struck off by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons
A top equine vet has been stuck off by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons for backdating vaccination entries on racehorses' passports