Date & Time: Sep 30, 2020 / 8:30-9:30pm ET 5:30-6:30pm PST

Add to Calendar 09/30/2020 08:30 PM 09/30/2020 09:30 PM America/New_York ageAwCWSizIGXeivJmVv66952 15 September 30, 2020: Coccidioidomycosis in Dogs and Cats: An Endemic Fungus with a Long Reach Coccidio- what? If you live in the four corners, this is a must-watch webinar! In this VETgirl webinar, Dr. Lisa F. Shubitz, DVM at the Valley Fever Center for Excellent at the University of Arizona, reviews coccidiomycosis in dogs and cats. Commonly known as Valley Fever, coccidioidomycosis is a systemic mycosis native to the southwestern United States and it is increasing at an alarming rate, as well as likely expanding in endemic range. Lifecycle and geographic distribution, clinical presentations, diagnosis, treatment basics and vaccination will be discussed. https://vetgirlontherun.com/webinars/september-30-2020-coccidioidomycosis-in-dogs-and-cats-an-endemic-fungus-with-a-long-reach/

Sep 30, 2020 / 8:30-9:30pm ET 5:30-6:30pm PST

September 30, 2020: Coccidioidomycosis in Dogs and Cats: An Endemic Fungus with a Long Reach

Add to Calendar 09/30/2020 08:30 PM 09/30/2020 09:30 PM America/New_York ageAwCWSizIGXeivJmVv66952 15 September 30, 2020: Coccidioidomycosis in Dogs and Cats: An Endemic Fungus with a Long Reach Coccidio- what? If you live in the four corners, this is a must-watch webinar! In this VETgirl webinar, Dr. Lisa F. Shubitz, DVM at the Valley Fever Center for Excellent at the University of Arizona, reviews coccidiomycosis in dogs and cats. Commonly known as Valley Fever, coccidioidomycosis is a systemic mycosis native to the southwestern United States and it is increasing at an alarming rate, as well as likely expanding in endemic range. Lifecycle and geographic distribution, clinical presentations, diagnosis, treatment basics and vaccination will be discussed. https://vetgirlontherun.com/webinars/september-30-2020-coccidioidomycosis-in-dogs-and-cats-an-endemic-fungus-with-a-long-reach/

Speaker

Dr. Lisa Shubitz, DVM

RACE-Approved CE

1 Hour

RACE Program #

785-39849/39850

Cost

Free for ELITE members; otherwise $50/1-hour webinar

Speaker

Dr. Lisa Shubitz, DVM

RACE-Approved CE

1 Hour

RACE Program #

785-39849/39850

Cost

Free for ELITE members; otherwise $50/1-hour webinar

Coccidio- what?

If you live in the four corners, this is a must-watch webinar!

In this VETgirl webinar, Dr. Lisa F. Shubitz, DVM at the Valley Fever Center for Excellent at the University of Arizona, reviews coccidiomycosis in dogs and cats. Commonly known as Valley Fever, coccidioidomycosis is a systemic mycosis native to the southwestern United States and it is increasing at an alarming rate, as well as likely expanding in endemic range. Lifecycle and geographic distribution, clinical presentations, diagnosis, treatment basics and vaccination will be discussed.

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