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Feline Nutrition, A Clinicians Perspective

What should we feed cats? Raw meaty bones vs commercial “complete and balanced” diets? Commercial cat food has resulted in decreased in hypervitaminosis A, thiamine deficiency and secondary nutritional hyperparathyroidism. But should this be used as evidence that alternative diets based on ancestral diets should not be used when none of these cited conditions would occur with an ancestral diet?  In addition, it is easy to assess improvement in known straightforward dietary-related conditions but far more difficult to detect increased or decreased incidence of medical diseases where the contribution of diet is more subtle. Any improvement in medical diseases due to commercial diets needs to be balanced against the emergence of potential adverse conditions but this data is rarely present. We hear from nutritionists but not clinicians. This unique lecture is given from a feline medicine specialist’s perspective.
28.10.2020 (UTC)
09:00 - 10:00 (UTC)

Let’s talk cat and dog behaviour at 2nd vac (and put some myths to bed)

The dreaded end of consult question…. “Can I just ask you quickly? Why does my cat spray urine in my kitchen”? Or “How can I stop my dog chewing the sofa when I go out?” These questions, although common place, can often be difficult to answer. But what if we worked towards the owner never having to ask them in the first place?
Fence at the top of the cliff or an ambulance at the bottom?
We can help to prevent common problems from developing by recognising that we are well placed to educate owners during the second vaccination appointment on how to foster emotional resilience in their dog or cat. In other words, if they put the work in at the beginning, then the chance of a behavioural problem developing reduces. Let’s talk about more than worming, nutrition and neutering!
This webinar aims to look at:
•    Understanding what motivates cats and dogs and how we reinforce their behaviour – good and bad
•    Advising owners on how good intentions early on will lead to good welfare outcomes in a variety of common behavioural challenges
•    Recognising the communication and body language that often precedes a dog bite – it’s not about dominance!
17.11.2020 (UTC)
09:00 - 10:00 (UTC)

Advanced Mechanical Ventilation

This webinar will try and cover the current employed strategies and predictors for an optimised outcome of the mechanically ventilated patients based on the current evidence from human and veterinary medicine.


Duration: 1:06 h
Speaker: Manuela Pascal

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Avatar Ana Benito de Valle (UK)
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Avatar Matthias Schweda (Austria)
Als Vortragender ist das Webinar eine besondere Herausforderung an die Vortragsweise, die Vorträge und die Kommunikationsführung. Dieses neue Medium bietet eine große Chance mehr interessiertes Publikum anzusprechen, da der Aufwand an diesen Seminaren teilzunehmen einem Gang ins Arbeitszimmer gleicht.
Avatar Sarah Caney (Scotland)
Webinars are great for one-man practices – there is no longer a need to take time away from the clinic and employ a locum when you can attend the CPD from the practice.
Avatar Astrid Wehner (Germany)
Wie auch bei herkömmlichen Seminaren besteht hier die Option, Fragen zu stellen. Außerdem kann man sich speziell nur zu den Themen anmelden, die einen wirklich interessieren.
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Avatar Karoline Seifert (Austria)
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Avatar Gudrun Mayr-Boninsegna (Italy)
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