In this Webinar, which is part of a series on the most common ticks found throughout the United States, Dr. Leah Cohn reviews the effects of the Lone Star and American Dog Ticks as disease vectors. (1 CE credit)
This online on-demand archived Webinar will provide a comprehensive review of developing diagnostic, therapeutic and prevention strategies for emerging tick-borne diseases and will evaluate how to use the latest screening test to manage infection in patients. (1 CE credit)
Diagnosing infectious diseases has recently become a snap. But what does a positive test result really mean? EHRLICHIA, ANAPLASMA, LYME and HEARTWORM DISEASE will be discussed. An update on these diseases, interpretation of test results and treatment will be covered. 7.7 CE Credits.
Parasite Management Compliance, is an engaging, interactive training program that helps your team to understand parasite management compliance issues and how they impact pet and owner wellness. The program contains fully narrated, case-based video scenarios, and interactive exercises. 1 CE hour.
Train your team to understand the life stages of fleas & ticks and the different products and methods for dealing with them. Well-trained front office staff can be the key to customer satisfaction and retail sales success. 1 CE credit.
Topics covered in this course include general information on parasitic infections, zoonotic infections and controlling parasites. Specifics regarding the impact of fleas and ticks is provided. Information on client compliance and the CAPC Guidelines are provided. 1 CE credit.
Topics covered in this course include gastrointestinal parasite prevalence, life cycles, transmission, diagnosis and treatment. In addition, current fecal evaluation techniques are explained and demonstrated. Zoonotic disease potential and client education are discussed. The current CAPC Guidelines are provided. 5 RACE credits.
Andrew Hillier, BVSc, MACVSc, DACVD, discusses the prevalence and diagnosis of secondary infections in itchy dogs. The course includes dozens of photographs and comprehensive descriptions of clinical signs of secondary infections and a thorough look at treatment options using specific medications for the different causes.