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May 4, 2016: Talking to owners about the big 3: FIP, FeLV, and FIV (2 hrs)

In this VETgirl online veterinary CE lecture, Dr. Susan Little, feline guru, discusses the big 3 infectious diseases: FIP, FeLV and FIV. This complimentary, 2-hour webinar will discuss best diagnostic approaches, information on a newly available treatment and a look at treatment strategies currently in development for these three infectious diseases.

FIP is a baffling and clinical important disease of cats caused by infection with a virulent biotype of feline coronavirus. Diagnosis can be frustrating, especially for the dry form of the disease. Likewise, FeLV and FIV are two of the most common & important infectious diseases of cats. In this lecture, Dr. Little will discuss how to talk to clients about these diseases and address their concerns about other cats in the home. This lecture will also review the published guidelines for retrovirus testing and management, new information on FeLV and FIV prevalence & disease associations, as well as disease control & prevention.

Thanks to sponsorship from Merck Animal Health, this webinar is free to all!

Title: Talking to owners about the big 3: FIP, FeLV, and FIV
Speaker: Dr. Susan Little
Date: Delivered May 4, 2016
Time: 9-11 pm EST (8-10 pm CDT, 7-9 pm MDT)
Total RACE-approved hours: 2 hours
Program #: 785-31719
Thanks to sponsorship from Merck Animal Health, free to all!

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4 thoughts on “May 4, 2016: Talking to owners about the big 3: FIP, FeLV, and FIV (2 hrs)

  1. Hi. Why won’t this play on my iPhone-cites privacy settings. I’ve watched other webinars. Is it my phone or from your end? Thank you

    • Hi Rebecca,

      We’re so sorry – but this is due to the new horrible iOs update on your iPhone. it still works on your laptop, desktop, etc., but is due to the update, not from the VETgirl tech side, we’re afraid. We’re hoping they will fix this soon!

  2. Hmmm, that’s a bit WEIRD. They will test positive due to coronavirus, but they shouldn’t all have clinical signs as likelihood of ALL mutating is weird…

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