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Dr. Mathews’s professional journey took a whole new turn when she chose to go back to school to pursue her studies in veterinary medicine. After working in a mixed practice for about a year, she worked on expanding her skills and knowledge, eventually giving her the opportunity to develop the emergency and critical care medicine residency program at the Ontario Veterinary College. In this video, she explains the trajectory that led her to emergency and critical care medicine and how the...
Content presented by Sarah Silcox, DVM, CVA, CVSMT
Join Sarah Silcox, DVM and Founding director and President of the Canadian Association of Veterinary Cannabinoid Medicine, as she takes a brief look back at the history of cannabis prohibition and legalization, followed by a more comprehensive look at our current legislation and how it impacts veterinary clients, patients, and veterinary professionals.
Before feeding pets a raw food diet, it is crucial to weigh all the facts in order to make an informed decision. To encourage pet owners to ask your veterinary team for advice before adopting a raw diet for their pet, we have prepared a video and an infographics poster highlighting the 5 THINGS TO CONSIDER BEFORE FEEDING A RAW DIET TO YOUR PETS. Use these tools on your clinic's website and social media pages to get the conversation started with your clients.
For more information about Galliprant™, contact your Elanco representative. This content is sponsored and does not necessarily reflect the views of CommuniVET™.
Content presented by Alexa Bersenas, DVM, MSc, Dipl. ACVECC | Jackie Parr, DVM, MSc, Dipl. ACVN
Malnutrition is much more common in veterinary patients than you may realize. Drs. Bersenas and Parr will discuss why early enteral nutrition, using feeding tubes, should be a priority for critically ill cats and dogs. They will also talk about key nutrients for recovery and provide dietary examples. Lastly, they will utilize common case examples to demonstrate appropriate feeding strategies when using feeding tubes.
Content presented by Adronie Verbrugghe, DVM, PhD, Dipl. ECVCN | Allison Wara, DVM, Dipl. ACVN | Caitlin Grant, BSc, DVM, DVSc | Shoshana Verton-Shaw, RVT, VTS-Nutrition
Obesity is one of the most commonly encountered diseases in veterinary medicine and its prevalence is constantly increasing. In honour of National Pet Obesity Awareness Day on October 9th, the Canadian Academy of Veterinary Nutrition has formed a panel of experts to review the practical aspects of obesity management, including a step-by-step weight loss program, tools to help facilitate client communication, and ways to work together as a team to improve weight control initiatives within your...
With Semintra, treat CKD ealier to keep mature cats healthier, longer. For more information about Semintra, contact your Boehringer Ingelheim representative. This content is sponsored and does not necessarily reflect the views of CommuniVET™.
Content presented by B. Duncan X. Lascelles, BSc, BVSc, PhD, CertVA, DSAS(ST), Dipl. ECVS/ACVS
Join Dr. B. Duncan X. Lascelles as he reviews new developments for treating OA, including the newest NSAID available in Canada with an innovative mode of action. He will also outline his recommended protocol for OA pain management.
Why did Dr. Wilson want to get involved in behavioural medicine? How does she hope to make a difference in animal treatment and training practices? What is her main goal when she works with owners and their pets? What are her thoughts about the Fear FreeSM initiative? Watch this exclusive video interview for answers to these questions and to find out what books Dr. Wilson recommends in relation to behavioural medicine.