Category: Veterinary science

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  1. Why can’t we get fewer lame cows?

    A vet research team have identified an ageing population of horses in the UK for the first time ever thanks to funding from the Animal Welfare Foundation (AWF).   Dr John Marshall and his team at the School of Veterinary Medicine, Glasgow investigate equine disease through the use of multicentre electronic medical record analysis, using […]
  2. Obesity – the elephant in the consult room!

    A vet research team have identified an ageing population of horses in the UK for the first time ever thanks to funding from the Animal Welfare Foundation (AWF).   Dr John Marshall and his team at the School of Veterinary Medicine, Glasgow investigate equine disease through the use of multicentre electronic medical record analysis, using […]
  3. Meet our student researchers – Charlotte, University of Liverpool

    A vet research team have identified an ageing population of horses in the UK for the first time ever thanks to funding from the Animal Welfare Foundation (AWF).   Dr John Marshall and his team at the School of Veterinary Medicine, Glasgow investigate equine disease through the use of multicentre electronic medical record analysis, using […]
  4. Meet the speakers – exotics in captivity

    A vet research team have identified an ageing population of horses in the UK for the first time ever thanks to funding from the Animal Welfare Foundation (AWF).   Dr John Marshall and his team at the School of Veterinary Medicine, Glasgow investigate equine disease through the use of multicentre electronic medical record analysis, using […]
  5. Meet the speakers – is UK farming welfare good enough?

    A vet research team have identified an ageing population of horses in the UK for the first time ever thanks to funding from the Animal Welfare Foundation (AWF).   Dr John Marshall and his team at the School of Veterinary Medicine, Glasgow investigate equine disease through the use of multicentre electronic medical record analysis, using […]
  6. Speaker Q&A – exotics vet Tariq Abou-Zahr

    A vet research team have identified an ageing population of horses in the UK for the first time ever thanks to funding from the Animal Welfare Foundation (AWF).   Dr John Marshall and his team at the School of Veterinary Medicine, Glasgow investigate equine disease through the use of multicentre electronic medical record analysis, using […]
  7. Exotic animals in captivity – speaker Q&A

    A vet research team have identified an ageing population of horses in the UK for the first time ever thanks to funding from the Animal Welfare Foundation (AWF).   Dr John Marshall and his team at the School of Veterinary Medicine, Glasgow investigate equine disease through the use of multicentre electronic medical record analysis, using […]
  8. Why I used The Puppy Contract

    A vet research team have identified an ageing population of horses in the UK for the first time ever thanks to funding from the Animal Welfare Foundation (AWF).   Dr John Marshall and his team at the School of Veterinary Medicine, Glasgow investigate equine disease through the use of multicentre electronic medical record analysis, using […]
  9. Clinical excellence or over-treatment? Q&A with Discussion Forum speaker Polly Taylor

    A vet research team have identified an ageing population of horses in the UK for the first time ever thanks to funding from the Animal Welfare Foundation (AWF).   Dr John Marshall and his team at the School of Veterinary Medicine, Glasgow investigate equine disease through the use of multicentre electronic medical record analysis, using […]
  10. A thumbs-up to The Puppy Contract from both breeders and buyers

    A vet research team have identified an ageing population of horses in the UK for the first time ever thanks to funding from the Animal Welfare Foundation (AWF).   Dr John Marshall and his team at the School of Veterinary Medicine, Glasgow investigate equine disease through the use of multicentre electronic medical record analysis, using […]