Companion Animal

UK-VET Companion Animal is the peer-reviewed journal that provides practical, evidence-based information for the small animal vet. It addresses all aspects of practice and every species that you care for - including wildlife and exotics - with articles written by practitioners to guarantee quality, accessibility and relevance. It then provides further support through an online, reflective CPD programme.

We are dedicated to sharing current thinking and the latest clinical expertise, offering a comprehensive resource for specialist vets. There is no better way to stay up-to-date with best practice and inform your continuing professional development.


Why choose us?

  • Quality - articles are peer-reviewed and based on the best available evidence
  • Comprehensive - extensive coverage of everything from anaesthesia to emergency care
  • Up-to-date - every month we share the latest current thinking and best practice in veterinary care
  • Relevant - written by your fellow professionals, it is designed for its application to practice


The editor says:

"Every issue of Companion Animal shares practical information that veterinary professionals can refer to in daily practice. Written by fellow vets, its clinical support is second to none, and helps readers to reflect on their practice, and informs their educational and professional development."

Debra Bourne, MA VetMb PhD MRCVS
Editor, Companion Animal 

Companion Animal Print

Latest print issues

Peer-reviewed CPD articles

From £35.00

Companion Animal Print, Website & CPD

Latest print issues

Online archive since 2006

Reflective CPD modules

From £40.00

Companion Animal Website & CPD

Online archive since 2006

Reflective CPD modules

From £35.00

Companion Animal & The Veterinary Nurse print

Companion Animal

The Veterinary Nurse

Reflective CPD modules

From £42.00

Companion Animal & Livestock print

Companion Animal

Livestock 

From £41.00

Institutional subscriptions. Click here for information regarding our institutional rates for universities and private or public companies.