01:23:02 min
Content presented by Sheri Ross, BSc, DVM, PhD, Dipl. ACVIM (IM), Dipl. ACVNU (founding member) | Sarah Wilson, BScH, DVM, Dipl. ACVIM (nutrition)
Obesity is an ever-increasing problem in companion animals. We know that obese patients are at increased risk for a myriad of medical conditions. Nutritional management of obese patients that also have significant co-morbidities such as diabetes mellitus, neoplasia, or chronic kidney disease is often challenging. During this case-based webcast, Drs. Sheri Ross and Sarah Wilson will review the nutritional management of these common clinical conditions in obese patients.
25:57 min
Content presented by Bryan Torres, DVM, PhD, Dipl. ACVS (small animal), Dipl. ACVSMR
This webcast is not CE-accredited. It is presented as part of a Vet2Vet educational webinar series from Vetfolio and the North American Veterinary Community (NAVC). The views and opinions expressed in the webcast are those of the presenter. This video was developed in the United States and reflects their local packaging, label & safety information. Before prescribing, please refer to the Canadian product label and directions for use. Dr. Cassi is having a Vet2Vet conversation with Dr....
01:13:35 min
Content presented by Stanley L. Marks, BVSc, PhD, Dipl. ACVIM (internal medicine, oncology), Dipl. ACVN
There is more than just a name change to consider when it comes to acute hemorrhagic diarrhea syndrome (AHDS), the syndrome formerly known as hemorrhagic gastroenteritis (HE). In this webcast, Dr. Stanley L. Marks provides a case-based overview to highlight recent developments in the diagnosis and management of dogs with AHDS. He also shares practical dietary and medical management tips for successful case outcomes that every practitioner should keep in mind. Plus, he discusses the following...
1:29:28 min
Content presented by Shona Kowtecky, BSc, DVM, FFCP (veterinary), Senior Manager, Practice Services at Vet Alliance/Globalvet
Just like no two patients or clients are the same, no two jobs, managers, mentors, teams, or practices are exactly alike… which is why determining whether you and your potential new boss are aligned before committing to a contract is so important! We know all about informed consent in veterinary medicine… but what does this have to with navigating contract conversations with a potential employer? In this webcast, Dr. Shona Kowtecky jumps into some of the essential considerations every...
01:04:45 min
Content presented by Colleen Wilson, BSc, DVM, Dipl. ACVB
More and more, pet parents are seeking solutions to common problems that are safe, have fewer side effects, and can cost less than prescription medications. The pet population is aging, and clients are looking for ways to ensure their pets maintain the highest quality of life. Clients themselves are having success using supplements and that interest is transferred to their pet’s health. Though pet parents can access supplements from several sources, using natural supplements to help manage a...
01:29:45 min
Content presented by Kelly St. Denis, MSc, DVM, Dipl. ABVP (feline practice) | Karren Prost, DVM, MPH, Dipl. ACVPM
Reducing stressors and promoting positive emotions can help put our feline patients at ease during visits to the veterinary clinic. In this webcast, Dr. Kelly St. Denis will discuss how to create a cat-friendly environment, both at home and in the hospital. She will share simple tips and tricks to help alleviate the stress associated with clinic visits and to improve the cat’s experience. She will explain how synthetic feline pheromones can foster a sense of familiarity and security, setting...
1:57:22 min
Content presented by Tom Gibson, BSc, BEd, DVM, Dipl. ACVS | Evelin Molnar, DVM
OA is the number one cause of chronic pain in our pets. In this webcast, Dr. Tom Gibson will discuss a practical approach to managing OA in dogs using the updated AAHA Pain Management Guidelines. He will explore the five key elements for ensuring the optimal OA management approach: Involving the whole team to best manage chronic pain;Reviewing available tools for assessment of pain;Involving the pet owner;Starting early with a multimodal approach, which involves both pharmacological and...
01:04:43 min
Content presented by Scott Stevenson, DVM, MSc
After three years of in-clinic survival during the COVID-19 pandemic, revisiting your clinic’s parasite surveillance and prevention protocol is a quick and effective way to build and restore team trust and culture while also providing optimal preventive patient care. The Canadian Parasitology Expert Panel (CPEP) and the Companion Animal Parasite Council (CAPC) provide excellent, complementary resources that can bolster your clinic’s parasite prevention protocol. During this webcast, Dr. Scott...
56:56 min
Content presented by Daniel Mills, BVSc, PhD, Cbiol, FRSB, FHEA, CCAB, Dipl. ECAWBM(BM), FRCVS RCVS | Beatriz Monteiro, DVM, PhD, PgDip, ISFM Adv Cert FB
This webcast is presented as part of our series on canine osteoarthritis addressing pathogenesis, disease awareness, canine and owner quality of life, and osteoarthritis management, including new developments. How do dogs with osteoarthritis feel and why is it important to assess their behaviour? In this webcast, Professor Daniel Mills discusses the behaviours and consequences associated with osteoarthritis, including: The emotional consequences of osteoarthritis painThe diagnosis of...