Although not the cash cows they once were, llamas and alpacas remain popular companion animals. They are shown and are also used for packing. And although they tend to be lumped in with other small ruminants (which they are not), their biology and medicine are unique. This course is designed to make veterinarians confident in their dealings with llama and alpaca patients, and their owners. The instructors will also include a brief introduction to camel medicine
This program will focus on common medical and surgical issues pertaining to rabbits. Lectures will discuss common rabbit diseases and emergency medicine. The participants will learn about fluid therapy, analgesia principles and treatment of gastric stasis. 4 CE Credits.
this training program is targeted at veterinarians wanting to provide services to the fish farming industry. It consists of 5 online modules and a 6th module that includes hands-on field training after completing the first 5 modules. Be aware that the field training is generally held in Wisconsin. 9 CE credits.
This on-demand AVMA course by Dr. Thomas N. Tully, Jr., will discuss how to determine hydration, anatomic sites utilized for different forms of hydration therapy, different fluid agents commonly used, and how to determine fluid replacement volumes. (1 CE credit)