The Canadian Animal Health Institute wants to change the narrative between veterinary teams and their industry representatives. In this 4-part series, we introduce some of the country’s leading industry representatives to demonstrate how and why they can help you grow and manage your business. Watch our second episode as industry representatives from across Canada explain how they can help clinics adapt to change by offering a broad perspective of best practices and industry trends, as well as...
Let's change the narrative together! - A new video series to help change how veterinary teams perceive their industry representatives
In this 4-part series, we introduce some of the country’s leading industry representatives to demonstrate how and why they can help you grow and manage your business. Watch our first episode as industry representatives from across Canada explain what great resources they are for ideas and expertise to support your clinic. This video is brought to you by the Canadian Animal Health Institute
There is still much to be done to end pet obesity. And to support this mission, Hill’s is proud to introduce the End Pet Obesity campaign. Discover Moto and Poochini’s weight loss journey to help raise awareness about this ongoing issue through tools and talking points for veterinary teams. Some pet parents may not realize that they are overfeeding their pet or that their furry pal is overweight. Though the bond between pet parents and their pet is very strong, it is important to raise...
Watch this short video as Dr. Michelle Evason discusses her new book entitled Tick-borne diseases in dogs: A Canadian perspective, which she wrote to help keep dogs and their owners safe from ticks. During this interview, she talks about what inspired her to write this book, what the content focuses on, and what makes it different from similar publications.
As part of RVT Month, we are proud to bring you this interview with Brigitte Couturier, RVT, VTS (ECC), Emergency care team leader and continuing education coordinator at the Centre vétérinaire Laval and ATSAQ President. Learn about about her path to becoming a VTS and what you can expect if you embark on this journey too! Brigitte Couturier is an RVT specialized in emergency and intensive care. She is also the President of the Association des techniciens en santé animale du Québec (ATSAQ). In...
What better way to celebrate RVT Month than with an interview with newly appointed Director of veterinary technologist, learning & development, at VCA Canada, and proud RVT, Shannon Gervais. Shannon has been a proud RVT and a member of the OAVT for 20 years and certainly one of the greatest supporter of professional development of RVTs! During this video, she tells us about her career path which has brought her to work in varied positions within the profession, her new role at VCA and what...
New cutting-edge centre to be built at the vet school in Saint-Hyacinthe thanks to a $1M dollar donation by Royal Canin
A new Centre of Excellence for Minimally Invasive Procedures (CEMIP) will be established at Université de Montréal’s veterinary school in Saint-Hyacinthe, thanks to a $1-million donation from Royal Canin Canada.Watch an interview with CEMIP Project director, Dr. Marylin Dunn, to learn more about this exciting new center. The Centre will specialize in treatment and veterinary education in minimally invasive procedures, an increasingly popular medical option that includes interventional...
Are you facing challenges amid an increasing “anti-vax” mentality that has spread to the pet world?Are pet parents questioning your vaccination recommendations?Boehringer Ingelheim asked world-renowned specialist, Richard Ford, DVM, Dipl. ACVIM, Dipl. ACVPM (Hon.), to share his views on the matter, including important facts to bring to pet owner’s attention. This content is sponsored and does not necessarily reflect the views of CommuniVET™.
CommuniVETTM is pleased to welcome as its newest partner the Canadian Academy of Veterinary Dermatology (CAVD), a not-for-profit organization dedicated to advancing the science and practice of veterinary dermatology in Canada by providing education and resources for veterinary teams, supporting research, and promoting excellence in the care of animals with skin and ear disease. The Canadian Academy of Veterinary Dermatology (CAVD) is a not-for-profit organization led by a team of Canadian...