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2020-12-16
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Content presented by Susan Little, DVM, Dipl. ABVP (feline practice) | Jason Coe, DVM, PhD | Robin Saar, RVT, VTS (nutrition)
Nearly 200 veterinary professionals recently responded to a CommuniVET™ survey to share their opinions and practices related to weight management programs for dogs and cats. This is your chance to review your answers to our recent survey with a panel of three Canadian veterinary experts! Gain insight into trending topics related to pet obesity and healthy weight management.Get some practical advice on how to successfully manage weight-related cases.
2020-12-15
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Content presented by Jan Suchodolski, DrMedVet, PhD, AGAF, Dipl. ACVM
From supporting immune function to promoting proper digestion and nutrient absorption, the intestinal microbiota is crucial to a pet’s overall health. In this webcast, Dr. Jan Suchodolski will focus on acute diarrhea and chronic intestinal inflammation to explain the role intestinal microbiota plays in health and disease. He will also describe the methods used to evaluate intestinal microbiota, and how to diagnose dysbiosis while demonstrating how therapeutic manipulation can help to manage...
2020-12-15
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...
2020-12-09
Content prepared by Marie Holowaychuk, DVM, Dipl. ACVECC, CYT
This year, it’s safe to say that we should all prepare for an unconventional holiday season. Along with the usual holiday-related pressures we have to manage, feelings of anxiety and sadness might also surface when deciding whether or not to get together with family and friends to celebrate the festivities. In these especially trying times, it is important now more than ever to focus on ways to preserve mental and physical health. Find out more by watching this video featuring veterinary...
2020-12-03
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.
2020-11-26
c/d Multicare Stress Feline is the first nutrition clinically tested to reduce the recurrence rate of Feline idiopathic cystitis signs, with ingredients to help manage stress. For more information about c/d Multicare Stress Feline, contact your Hill’s representative. This content is sponsored and does not necessarily reflect the views of CommuniVET™.
2020-11-24
Content presented by Jocelyn Anne Mason, DVM
Why are veterinary professionals susceptible to developing compassion fatigue, depression and burnout? In this on-demand webcast, Dr. Jocelyn Anne Mason discusses this important issue, as well as things that can be done to identify related symptoms and help to treat the problem.
2020-11-10
Content prepared by Marie Holowaychuk, DVM, Dipl. ACVECC, CYT
Veterinary professionals are known for taking their work home - whether physically, mentally or both - often spending time thinking about the day’s events, rather than making time for self-care or to enjoy non-work-related activities with loved ones. Although it might not always be possible to avoid talking or thinking about work when at home, there are ways to encourage work-life separation by disengaging from work and fully connecting with family and friends. It’s more than simply creating a...
2020-10-22
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Content presented by Jangi Bajwa, BVSc and AH, Dipl. ACVD
Proper elimination trials help complete dietary provocation testing in order to confirm or rule out a food allergy component; thereby, taking the guesswork out of dietary trials and allergy workup. This webcast will cover the importance of an elimination diet trial for allergic patients, including tips on avoiding and overcoming common challenges that can limit the usefulness of this very important diagnostic tool.