In this VETgirl online veterinary continuing education webinar, Dr. Matt Brunke reviews nutritional supplements for canine joint health including glucosamine, curcumin, and avocado. Do these canine joint supplements work in dogs and cats and what's the evidence?
Diagnosing glaucoma in dogs and cats can be difficult. In this 2-hour VETgirl online veterinary continuing education webinar, Dr. Shelby Reinstein, DACVO will review the clinical signs, classification schemes, and the medical and surgical treatment options for both canine and feline glaucoma.
In the VETgirl online veterinary CE webinar, Dr. Sally Ryan will examine the following questions related to mentorship in the veterinary workplace: What is a mentor? What are the benefits of mentorship? Who should and should not be mentors? What are the qualities and responsibilities of effective mentors?
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Join us for a free, 1-hour VETgirl Zoetis online veterinary continuing education webinar, where Dr. Tamara Grubb, DVM, PhD DACVAA reviews how to provide analgesia and anesthesia in the face of the opioid shortage. In this free VETgirl lecture, learn how to provide analgesia and anesthesia in dogs and cats.
In this VETgirl online veterinary continuing education webinar, Dr. Peter Chapman, BVetMed(Hons), DECVIM-CA, DACVIM, MRCVS, reviews interpretation of routine hematology and biochemistry results in canine and feline patients.
June 10, 2018: Convulsiones: El bueno, el malo y el feo (English translation: Seizures: The good, the bad and the ugly)
In this FREE Spanish VETgirl online veterinary continuing education webinar, Dr. Ane Uriarte, DVM, Dipl. ECVN reviews the approach to the seizuring dog. This free online VETgirl webinar will only be available in Spanish.
In this VETgirl online veterinary continuing education webinar, Dr. Sally Ryan will share key strategies for creating an exceptional patient experience from world renowned healthcare care organizations. She will provide recommendations for applying these strategies to the client experience in veterinary practices.
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