Oct
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2016

Get CE on your schedule. Check out the newest web conferences available on demand from VetFolio.

Helping Pets with Chronic Kidney Disease Live a Longer/Better Life

  • Available through October 16, 2016
  • Speaker: Becky Mullis, DVM, DACVN
  • Brought to you by Hill’s Pet Nutrition

Learn more about the use and benefits of therapeutic renal foods in cats and dogs with chronic kidney disease. We’ll take a deeper look into the differences between therapeutic renal foods and maintenance diets, and research that substantiates their use. We’ll also address loss of muscle mass in older pets, and when and how to transition pets to therapeutic renal foods.

Treatment of Canine Atopic Dermatitis—What's Old and What's New

  • Available October 10–23, 2016
  • Speaker: Ed Jazic, DVM, DACVD
  • Brought to you by Zoetis

Delve into the pathophysiology of canine atopic dermatitis and the important roles that specific cytokines and Janus kinase enzymes play. We’ll discuss the efficacy and safety of antihistamines, corticosteroids, cyclosporine, oclacitinib, allergen-specific immunotherapy, and monoclonal antibody therapy.

Remotely Monitoring Dogs with Heart Disease: How and Why to Make Owners Part of the Health Care Team

  • Available October 17–30, 2016
  • Speaker: Sonya Gordon, DVM, DVSc, DACVIM (cardiology)
  • Brought to you by Voyce Pro

We’ll look at how monitoring resting respiration rate and other important parameters can help make pet owners an integral part of their pet’s health care team. Learn about common signs owners should watch for in dogs with heart disease or heart failure, and how to institute and/or improve remote monitoring through technology.

To learn more and register, visit vetfolio.com.

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