On-Demand Continuing Education

On-Demand Continuing Education

Stay current on veterinary medicine’s latest advances in nutrition and nutrition-related health conditions with our RACE‑approved CE for veterinarians and clinic staff. Read More

On-Demand Continuing Education

Stay current on veterinary medicine’s latest advances in nutrition and nutrition-related health conditions with our RACE‑approved CE for veterinarians and clinic staff. Read More

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CATEGORY:Gastrointestinal Health

Nutritional Management of Chronic Enteropathies

RACE-Approved 1 Hour CE Course

Chronic enteropathy (CE) is characterized by gastrointestinal clinical signs resulting from a primary gastrointestinal disorder, which has persisted for at least two weeks in duration. Achieving a correct diagnosis of CE is essential for implementation of proper nutritional management. The most important step in this process is ensuring that the clinical signs are not related to a systemic disorder.

CATEGORY:Renal Health

Medical Mysteries: Better Management for Your Chronic Kidney Patients

RACE-Approved 1 Hour CE Course

Chronic kidney disease implies irreversible renal failure that remains stable but ultimately progresses. The International Renal Insufficiency Society (http://www.IRIS-kidney.com) has developed staging system for dogs and cats with CKD and treatment is based on this staging. The goal of medical and nutritional management is to minimize excesses and deficits induced by CKD to improve quality and quantity of patient’s life.

CATEGORY:Urinary Health

Medical Mysteries: Urine Pain?

RACE-Approved 1 Hour CE Course

Urolithiasis is common in dogs and cats with the majority of uroliths being either struvite or calcium oxalate. Urolith formation is dependent on a combination of many factors including urine pH and the state of saturation–related to concentrations of minerals in urine and what are termed inhibitors and promoters of urolith formation. Nutrition is a critical part of management of canine and feline urolithiasis.

CATEGORY:Weight Management

Medical Mysteries: The Joint Effect

RACE-Approved 1 Hour CE Course

It has been reported that one in four dogs are affected with osteoarthritis; therefore, the overweight/obese osteoarthritic canine is not only common but suffers with two disease states. Learn how to communicate this “joint effect” and use nutrition to successfully treat, but better yet prevent overweight/obese and osteoarthritis in your canine patients.

CATEGORY:Oncology

Advances in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Cancer in Our Canine Companions

RACE-Approved 1 Hour CE Course

In this complimentary VETgirl–Blue Buffalo webinar, Dr. Cheryl London, DVM, PhD, DACVIM reviews some of the recent advances in the diagnosis and treatment of cancer in dogs. Tune in to learn newer findings regarding canine cancer genetics, non-invasive screening tools, therapy monitoring, and new treatment strategies.