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Veterinary medicine and best business practices never stop changing. With this in mind, we continually host webinars for our customers to keep them educated and informed. Below you can view recordings of past webinars on a variety of topics. Please note, CE is not available for recorded webinars.

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Updates on Equine Protozoal Myeloencephalitis EPM


A serious disease, more than 50 percent of horses in the United States may have been exposed to the organisms that causes Equine Protozoal Myeloencephalitis (EPM). Although a small percentage of horses who have been exposed to organisms causing EPM will ever develop the disease, symptoms often mimic other health problems complicating diagnosis. Dr. Sarah Reuss, VMD, DACVIM and discusses the life cycle, prevalence, risk factors, clinical signs, diagnosis, treatment, prognosis, and prevention of EPM.

Pet Diabetes and the Role of Insulin Pens

During this webinar, you will discover the key benefits using insulin pens for managing pets with diabetes and practical applications in your daily practice.

This webinar is no longer available for CE.

OSHA Made Easy for Animal Health Facilities

Receive an introduction to OSHA regulations and an overview of the changes to compliancy brought about by the alignment of the hazard Communication standard with the UN Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS). Geared toward veterinarians, the information presented focuses on the following:

• Laws regarding OSHA training for all employees
• Explanation of OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard, also known as the “Employee Right to Know Law”
• Employer responsibilities established by OSHA involving chemical use within a clinic
• Requirements for and development of a clinic’s Written Hazard Communication Plan
• General duty protocols established by OSHA for employee safety
• Development of exposure control plan to control zoonotic disease infection
• Steps to prepare for, and what to expect during, an OSHA inspection.

Recorded: Thu, Nov 8, 2018 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EST

Social Media The Basics

Learn the essentials of setting up social media for your practice, picking the right platforms, and understanding how to connect with your customers and potential customers.

Stem Cell & PRP in the Veterinary Practice

Watch this informative webinar to learn practical applications of regenerative medicine in companion animal practice:

• Understanding the definitions and modes of actions of adult stem cells
• Understanding the current and potential future role of adult stem cell therapies in veterinary medicine
• Platelet Rich Plasma & other Orthobiologics in veterinary medicine
• Understanding the role of immunotherapy for canine cancer

This webinar is no longer available for CE.

Canine Infectious Respiratory Disease Complex and Canine Flu’s Role

View this webinar to learn more about the prevalence and prevention of Canine Respiratory Disease:
  • Key respiratory bacterial and viral pathogens implicated
  • Evolution of canine influenza’s role
  • Clinical Signs and Transmission
  • Diagnostics
  • Decontamination
  • Treatment
  • Vaccination
This webinar is no longer available for CE.

Dental Home Care Engage, Educate, Empower

In this session, hear practical suggestions for getting clients involved in their pets’ dental treatment plan and communicating the importance of follow-up care, as well as other valuable advice on educating clients about dentistry and good oral health.

This webinar is no longer available for CE.

Canine Inappetence & Treatment Options

In this one-hour webinar, we will discuss:

    • Common causes of canine inappetence
    • Its clinical significance
    • Basic physiology of appetite regulation
    • Mechanism and potential clinical uses of capromorelin for appetite stimulation in dogs.

    This webinar is no longer available for CE.

Feline Infectious Disease Prevention Frequently Asked Questions

Explore the most frequent feline infectious disease challenges and best measures for prevention. Participants will be eligible for one continuing education credit if they complete the questions at the end of the webinar.

This webinar is no longer available for CE.

Borrelia burgdorferi Clinical Picture of Canine Lyme Disease

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Update on Leptospirosis

Clinical manifestations, diagnostic options, prevention, treatment and supportive therapy. At the end of the webinar, participants will better understand the clinical manifestations of leptospirosis in dogs and its diagnosis. Dr. Veir will outline what diagnostic tests are most effective and give her advice on treatment, including supportive therapy, and prevention of the disease.

This webinar is no longer available for CE.

To Pee or Not to Pee – A Senior Pet Dilemma

When a dog is brought inside to live, it quickly learns that when it has to go, it goes outside! While an occasional accident may happen, most dogs will never forget their training. Why then, is household soiling the reason so many senior dogs end up in an outside doghouse or in an animal shelter? This webinar is no longer available for CE.

Nutritional Management of Canine and Feline Gastrointestinal Conditions

When animals present with abdominal pain or gut-related dehydration, diarrhea, or malnutrition, the symptoms point to a primary gastrointestinal (GI) disorder. Proper, sometimes very specific, nutritional regimens and manipulations may be necessary to treat and then recover animals afflicted with such conditions.
This webinar is no longer available for CE.

Breaking Down the Inflammatory Process: What's Clinically Relevant?

Veterinarians and veterinarian technicians can benefit from the evidence-based research presented by Dr. Amy Van Gels, a veterinarian and medical writer. In this webinar, she provides insight on the complex inflammatory process, its effects on animals, and how to improve the quality of life of pets suffering from inflammation. Dr. Van Gels has worked with both human and veterinary specialists in the area of inflammation, and wishes to educate vets and vet techs on these topics. This webinar is no longer available for CE.

Put Your Inventory to Work Realize Returns with Inventory Management

This webinar is no longer available for CE.

Clinical and Research Experiences with Probiotics

This webinar is no longer available for CE.

Otitis and Pyoderma

This webinar is no longer available for CE.

The Nutritional Management of Canine and Feline Urinary Conditions

Urinary conditions pose a major health concern for pet owners. While there are a number of contributing factors that point to its cause, no one theory accounts for all cases, which makes the task to determine a proper course of action challenging for veterinarians.

During this Webinar, veterinarians and veterinary technicians will obtain information relating to current concepts of the nutritional management of lower urinary tract disease in both cats and dogs. This webinar is no longer available for CE.

Otitis Externa, a New Treatment Option

During this webinar, Dr. Tiffany Tapp, DVM, DACVD will share with veterinarians, veterinary technicians, and veterinary assistants: 

  • An Overview of Otitis Externa
  • Ways to Recognize Clinical Symptoms of Otitis Externa
  • The Underlying Factors that Contribute to the Cause of Otitis Externa
  • Additional Factors that Predispose an Animal to Otitis Externa
  • Methods for Developing a Proper Clinical Workup
  • Review of Treatment Strategies and Approaches to the Long Term Management of Otitis Externa
  • Introduction of a New Treatment Option.
This webinar is no longer available for CE.

Bisphosphonates and the Control of Clinical Signs associated with Equine Navicular Syndrome

Learn about the new FDA approved bisphosphonate, OSPHOS® (clodronate injection), indicated for control of clinical signs associated with navicular syndrome in horses. Dr. Stohs will clarify any misconceptions on bisphosphonates and answer any questions regarding their use in treating navicular patients.
This webinar is no longer available for CE.

Leptospirosis Emergence and Management

Veterinarians and vet technicians can benefit from the evidence-based research and practical instruction presented by Dr. Michelle Evason, BSc DVM DACVIM.
This webinar is no longer available for CE.

Fleas & Ticks - Talking it O.V.E.R. with Pet Owners

This webinar is no longer available for CE.

Hookworms and Roundworms A Look INSIDE & How to Get the Message OUT

Intestinal parasites are a hidden problem in dogs, which can make prevention a challenging topic for veterinary professionals to discuss with owners. This presentation will provide veterinary technicians with clinically relevant information about hookworms, why prevention is important for the health of the dog as well as the dog’s human family, and provide tips and techniques on having the conversation with owners. 
This webinar is no longer available for CE.

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