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Rowena Packer, Lecturer in Companion Animal Behaviour and Welfare Science and BBSRC Research Fellow, reflects on the contributions of RVC research to the care of pets with epilepsy, including several important milestones, and looks to the future. …
Epilepsy is the most common chronic neurological brain disease encountered in first opinion practice for pet dogs. Diet is increasingly recognised as having an impact upon the seizure activity and behaviour in dogs with epilepsy. Our LifeTIME (Long- …
The RVC has established a Companion Animal Brain Bank (CABB), with the objective of collecting and storing samples of brain tissue and other biological specimens for research and educational purposes.