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Issue number 31.3 Published 04/08/2022

Homemade diets – good or bad?

Clinicians will often be faced with an owner who wants to feed their pet a homemade diet; this article looks at the potential problems and benefits such an approach can bring.

By Marjorie Chandler

Issue number 31.3 Published 27/07/2022

Myths in cat nutrition

A plethora of myths exist as to what a cat should or should not be fed to ensure a healthy lifestyle; this paper aims to put some of the inaccuracies to rest!

By Karolina Hołda

Issue number 32.1 Published 06/07/2022

Key challenges in the veterinary profession

The world brings challenges for the veterinary profession on a daily basis, and it can help to know that what we experience as individuals is shared by our colleagues, wherever they may be – and by understanding the challenges faced by other stakeholders we can work together in a way that is mutually beneficial.

By Cara McNeill and Ewan McNeill

Issue number 31.3 Published 29/06/2022

Canine microbiome dysbiosis

It is increasingly being recognized that a dysfunctional intestinal microbiome can be at the root of many gastrointestinal disorders; this paper discusses the diagnosis and therapeutic options for dysbiosis cases.

By Jan Suchodolski

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Since 1990, Veterinary Focus has been publishing four medical and scientific issues each year. Our aim is to further the knowledge and advancement of veterinary practitioners specialising in pets, especially cats and dogs. Issues and weekly articles are available in several languages online, with experts from around the world contributing to each publication.

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Vet Focus 31.3 nutrition GB

Issue number 31.3

Published 16/02/2022

Nutrition topics in small animal practice

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