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2021-10-21
01:02:16 min
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Content presented by Sonya G. Gordon, BS, DVM, DVSc, Dipl. ACVIM (cardiology)
During this webcast, cardiology specialist and professor, Dr. Sonya G. Gordon will provide a quick overview of the ACVIM consensus guidelines for the diagnosis and treatment of myxomatous mitral valve disease in dogs. She will also delve into some important questions regarding the following topics: diagnosing the various ACVIM stages of canine heart disease and failure with a focus on Stage B2;the current recommended treatment for the various ACVIM stages of mitral valve disease;what are...
2021-10-21
03:05 min
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...
2021-10-14
03:58 min
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
2021-09-30
01:19:11 min
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Content presented by Stanley L. Marks, BVSc, PhD, Dipl. ACVIM, Dipl. ACVN
Chronic enteropathy (CE) is an umbrella term that encompasses chronic intestinal disease associated with clinical signs such as diarrhea, vomiting, hyporexia, abdominal discomfort, borborygmus, and/or weight loss. This webcast will provide a case-based overview on the rational diagnostic approach to dogs with chronic enteropathies and help you gain an understanding of: the distinguishing characteristics of dogs affected with food-responsive, antibiotic-responsive or immunosuppressive...
2021-09-27
01:23:55 min
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Content presented by Robin Saar, RVT, VTS (nutrition)
We all love senior pets! Graying bodies, and sweet expressions of long-term devotion, and experiences. As animals age, their energy requirements along with how effectively their body utilizes that energy change. Looking beyond the gray hairs, what do we need to consider when determining an appropriate diet for senior pets? What nutrients should the calories come from? How can we determine if a bag of food is meant for a senior pet? Once some of the ins and outs of senior nutrition are...
2021-09-17
01:04:29 min
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Content presented by Johanna Cooper, DVM, Dipl. ACVIM
Vomiting, diarrhea, and other gastrointestinal signs are among the most common reasons for dogs to require a visit to the veterinarian. In complex cases of chronic enteropathy, more commonly known as inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), determining the cause of these signs is often a time-consuming task for veterinary professionals, as well as a frustrating and expensive process for pet owners. During this webcast, internal medicine consultant, Dr. Johanna Cooper will discuss how Antech’s Canine...
2021-09-07
01:04:21 min
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Content presented by Raj Naik, DVM, Dipl. ACVN
Targeted nutrition can help support brain function, but nutrition for brain health is often overlooked. In this webcast, Dr. Raj Naik discusses the benefits of specific nutrients for brain development and brain aging, specifically addressing conditions such as cognitive decline and cognitive dysfunction syndrome. The presentation also addresses the role of the gut-brain axis in brain health as a growing area of research and pathway for dietary invention.
2021-08-27
01:00:27 min
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Content presented by Marie Holowaychuk, DVM, Dipl. ACVECC, CYT
With veterinary hospitals functioning at maximum capacity and often short-staffed, emotions are running high, and everyone is feeling stressed. At times like these, it is easy to snap at a colleague or become disgruntled with a co-worker, especially during disagreements over case management or scheduling. Research suggests that teams who can effectively communicate and resolve conflict provide better patient care and have higher job satisfaction than teams who avoid conflict or, worse, talk...