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Upcoming Events

  • Dubai International Horse Fair 2021
    Dubai International Horse Fair 2021

    Dubai International Horse Fair 2021

    10:00 AM

    Dubai International Horse Fair 2021 - A Luxurious Equestrian Experience

    Click here to register online to for a free hassle free entry to the event

    Dubai, and the Middle East, is rapidly growing in stature as a global destination for a range of equine events that appeal to industry stalwarts, experts, horse enthusiasts and the general public. These events are also unrivalled platforms to demonstrate the beauty, agility and impressive lineage of thoroughbred Arabian breeds.

    Brands in Focus:

    Diagnostics: Idexx 

    Biosecurity: F10 Products 

    Equine Supplements: Equi4S 

    Equipments: Karl Storz | Foschi | Mindray

    Visit https://www.dihf.ae for more info
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  • The ENDOSCOPY Talks™ series - Karl Storz Webinar
    The ENDOSCOPY Talks™ series - Karl Storz Webinar

    The ENDOSCOPY Talks™ series - Karl Storz Webinar

    5:00 AM

    Dr. DAVID SOBEL, DVM, MRCVS - LASERS IN SMALL ANIMAL ENDOSCOPIC SURGERY

    Dr. Sobel began his veterinary training at the University of Glasgow in Scotland before returning to the US to receive his DVM from Tufts Veterinary School in 1992.  He was on the staff of the Dover Veterinary Hospital during which time he received advanced training in human endoscopic surgery at the New England Medical Center in Boston.  He later served on the staff of the Hanover Veterinary Clinic before starting his mobile practice, Metropolitan Veterinary Consultants, in 2000. 

    Dr. Sobel was one of the first practitioners to begin incorporating the use of diode lasers into minimally invasive surgery for dogs and cats, taking what had previously been purely diagnostic procedures into the realm of interventional surgical endoscopy. He is the co-editor and author of the BSAVA Manual of Small Animal Endoscopy and Endosurgery  and has also contributed to Ettinger et. al. Textbook of Veterinary Internal Medicine and Winkler’s Laser Surgery in Veterinary Medicine.

    Dr. TIMOTHY C MCCARTHY, DVM, PhD, DACVS - INTERVENTIONAL CYSTOSCOPY

    Dr. McCarthy has been performing endoscopy in a private practice setting for 38 years, starting with flexible gastrointestinal endoscopy and migrating to all forms of rigid and flexible endoscopy. He developed many diagnostic endoscopy procedures including approaches to almost all organ systems. He has been a driving force in the expansion of diagnostic applications of endoscopy into interventional and operative techniques that have changed the way veterinary medicine is practiced. He has lectured around the globe teaching and promoting applications of endoscopy, published numerous articles, and edited the definitive text Veterinary Endoscopy for the Small Animal Practitioner, with a second edition currently in the final stages of publication.

    Dr. DR. BOEL ANITA FRANSSON, DVM, DACVS, ACVS Founding Fellow MIS - GETTING STARTED WITH LAPAROSCOPIC SUTURING

    Dr. Fransson is a faculty member and surgeon at Washington State University where she obtained Professor in Small Animal Surgery rank in 2018.  She graduated from Veterinary School in Uppsala, Sweden and underwent intern and residency training at Washington State University. She became an ACVS diplomate in 2003.  Her research focus is minimally invasive surgery and her research program has included development of the first laparoscopic skills training laboratory dedicated to veterinary surgeons. Together with a number of faculty at other institutions she spearheaded development of the Veterinary Assessment of Laparoscopic Skills (VALS) training and assessment program. She is one of the editors for the first textbook dedicated to small animal MIS, Small Animal Laparoscopy and Thoracoscopy.

    Dr. BRIAN BEALE DVM, DACVS, ACVS FOUNDING FELLOW MINIMALLY-INVASIVE SURGERY (ORTHOPEDIC)

    Brian attended the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine where he also completed a 3-year residency in small animal surgery and joined the faculty.  Brian has a special interest in arthroscopy, minimally-invasive surgery, fracture repair, joint replacement, treatment of arthritis, and pain management. Brian is a passionate teacher and frequently lectures and teaches wet-labs around the world. Brian became an ACVS Founding Fellow of Minimally-Invasive Orthopedic Surgery in 2018. Brian currently is the CEO of Beale’s Best and a surgeon at Beale Veterinary Specialists in Victoria, Texas.

    MARK STETTER, DVM, DACZM

    Dr. Mark Stetter is dean of the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at Colorado State University.  Prior to this, Dr. Stetter worked for over two decades as a clinical zoo and wildlife veterinarian.  Most recently this included 15 years at Disney’s Animal Kingdom in Orlando and with the Wildlife Conservation Society/Bronx Zoo in New York. One of Dr. Stetter’s primary areas of research has included minimally invasive surgery in wildlife.  He has published and presented extensively on this topic including laparoscopy in various species such as fish, birds and mammals. His recent focus has been the development of laparoscopic surgical techniques in elephants. 

    Dr. J. BRAD CASE

    Dr. J. Brad Case is an Associate Professor of small animal surgery at the University of Florida, College of Veterinary medicine. He is an ACVS Founding Fellow in minimally invasive surgery, and the 2017-2019, past President of the Veterinary Endoscopy Society. In addition to his clinical research in minimally invasive surgery and hepatic vasculopathies, he is investigating and co-developing novel coronary artery stents that prevent neointimal hyperplasia and restenosis; a common cause of heart attack in humans with coronary artery disease.   

    Dr. CLARENCE RAWLINGS

    Dr. Clarence Rawlings is a general surgeon who has been active in minimally invasive surgery (MIS) for over 20 years, but spent his first 30 years as a traditional general surgeon, promoting the benefits of ‘stem to stern’ laparotomies.   Following retirement from the University of Georgia, he continues to practice by providing endoscopic training in veterinary hospitals throughout the US.  He is past president of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons.   Dr. Rawlings co-edited  Small Animal Endoscopy, 3rd edition.  He is passionate about helping more veterinarians integrate endoscopy into their practices.

    Dr. LORENZO CROSTA 

    Lorenzo Crosta is an associate professor at the University of Sydney where he currently serves as the Director of the Avian, Reptile and Exotic Pet Hospital. In 2019 Lorenzo was the recipient of the prestigious T.J. Lafeber Avian Practitioner of the Year Award. Dr. Crosta received his veterinary degree in 1989 from the University of Milan, and received his PhD in Veterinary Clinical Sciences from the University of Turin in 2009. From 2000 until 2005, Lorenzo was Veterinary Director at Loro Parque (Spain), the largest parrot collection of the world. From 2005 to 2018, he was an avian practitioner and consulting veterinarian for zoos and bird collections, in Italy, Spain, Portugal, Brazil and Mexico. In 2013 Dr. Crosta was Accredited in Avian and Zoological Medicine and Surgery and Zoo Health Management in Italy. In 2016 he became a Diplomate of the European College of Zoological Medicine.

    Dr. ELISE ROBERTSON

    Elise is a graduate of Colorado State University and the Royal Veterinary College, University of London. She is also a member of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists and an ABVP Diplomate. She received her formal training in medical endoscopy and ‘key hole’ surgery from well-known human and veterinary institutions based in the UK, France, Germany, Italy and United States. She continues to work alongside well-known human neonatal & pediatric endoscopists based at the world famous Bambino Gesu Children’s Hospital in Rome.

    Dr. MICHAEL S. LEIB

    Dr. Leib graduated from the University of Georgia and completed a residency in Internal Medicine at Colorado State University.  He then served on the faculty at Virginia Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech where he was C.R. Roberts Professor of Small Animal Medicine until retiring in 2017.  He is now Emeritus Professor and Diplomate of ACVIM.  Dr. Leib’s clinical and research interests are in gastroenterology and endoscopy.  He as published extensively and has lectured Nationally and Internationally.  Dr. Leib is also the recipient of many teaching awards.

    Dr. C. WAYNE MCILWRAITH

    Dr. McIlwraith obtained his veterinary degree from Massey University, New Zealand. He then practiced in New Zealand and the UK, followed by an internship at the University of Guelph, and a surgical residency at Purdue University where he also obtained MS and PhD degrees.  He is a Diplomate of the ACVS, ECVS, ACVSMR and a Fellow of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons. He is also a University Distinguished Professor in Orthopedics, Barbara Cox Antony University Chair in Orthopedic Research and Founding Director of Orthopaedic Research Center at Colorado State University. Since 1979 he has a been a faculty member at Colorado State University and also has a referral equine orthopedic surgical practice based in Southern California and is a consultant and surgeon for clients elsewhere in the US, Ireland, England, France and New Zealand.

    Dr. BRIAN EVANS, DVM

    Dr. Brian Evans is the owner of Coastal Animal Hospital which is a small animal practice with two locations based in San Diego, California. He started using laparoscopy in 2012 and published a paper in JAVMA in 2017 on the economics of rigid endoscopy. In 2018 he also published the first paper on telemedicine in the veterinary space in JAVMA. He graduated veterinary school from UC Davis and attended the Animal Medical Center in NYC for his internship. Currently, he is serving as a board member of the Independent Veterinary Practitioners Association.

    Dr. BRENDAN MCKIERNAN

    Dr. McKiernan is currently Professor Emeritus in the Department of Veterinary Clinical Medicine at the University of Illinois. He graduated from the University of Minnesota and entered an internship and residency at the University of Illinois. He then served on the faculty for 24 years and spent 13 years in private practice before returning to University of Illinois as the Director of the Veterinary Teaching Hospital. He is founder and first President of the Comparative Respiratory Society. He has published extensively on respiratory disease and has lectured Nationally and Internationally. As Professor Emeritus Dr. McKiernan continues to provide his clinical expertise at the University of Illinois dealing with respiratory cases and specifically in his interest in brachycephalic dogs and cats.

    Dr. DENIS VERWILGHEN

    Currently an associate professor of equine surgery, Denis serves as head of the Camden Equine Centre at the Sydney School of Veterinary Science. He started as an equine vet in private practice after graduation from Ghent University in 2003 and then returned to academia to become a resident in equine surgery at the University of Liege. In 2010 he successfully passed the exam of the ECVS. Denis then defended his PhD about clinical impact of developmental orthopaedic diseases in horses. After spending some time as Head of the Equine Surgery Department at Uppsala University, Denis took up a position of Associate Professor at Copenhagen University. In 2017 Denis ran his own private consultancy business Equine Specialists offering peripatetic surgical services and biosecurity consulting. In 2018 Denis and his wife Gaby (an equine ECEIM and ECVECC dipl) moved down under for a full Aussie immersion experience with daily barbies, wallaby encounters and koala hugging.

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Older Courses

  • Full Day Equine Seminar @ VetME 2017
    Full Day Equine Seminar @ VetME 2017

    Full Day Equine Seminar @ VetME 2017

    9:00 AM

    About the speakers: Dr. Cedric Tutt (BVSc, BVSc(Hons), MMedVet (Med), Diplomate (EVDC).

    Dr. Tutt provides post-graduate training in veterinary dentistry to veterinarians, veterinary nurses and technicians. He is the author of "Small animal Dentistry - a Manual of techniques" published by Wiley- Blackwell and co-edited of "BSAVA - Manual of Canine and Feline Dentistry" (3rd edition). Dr. Tutt's also the past President of the European Veterinary Dental College.

    Lizzie Drudy (MSc RNutr - Registered Nutritionist) - Saracen Horse Feeds. 

    Lizzie is one of only 8 registered Equine Nutritionist in the UK. She has worked for Saracen Horse Feeds for 15 years and provides technical advice and nutritional support to Saracen equine clients in the UK, Europe and the Middle East. Her area of expertise is not only on the performance horses but also feeding and management of endurance horses, supporting some of the largest endurance clients from the Middle East. She is also a regular contributor to regional and national equine publications, lecturing at college and Universities. Lizzie's motto is to help and support all horse owners to ensure they get the best out of their horses through correct feeding.

    Dr. Colin Dunlop (CEO Advanced Anaesthesia Specialists)

    Dr. Colin Dunlop is a graduate of the University of Sydney and a specialist in Veterinary Anaesthesia. Colin is a Diplomat of the American College of Veterinary Anesthesiologists. His research include prevention of anaesthesia morbidity and morality,.  He consults in anesthesia and critical care for small and large animal practice, biomedical research and provides Continuing Education programs for veterinarians and veterinary nurses world-wide.

    Dr. Kevin G. Keegan (DVM, MS, Diplomate ACVS. Professor and Director: E. Paige Laurie Endowed Program in Equine Lameness)

    Dr. Kevin practiced for 2 years primarily on the racing Standardbred. He completed an equine surgery residency and Masters's Degree at the University of Illinois in 1988, studying biomechanics and bioengineering. Dr. Keegan is board certified in the American College of Veterinary Surgeons and Director of the E. Paige Laurie Endowed Program in Equine Lameness. In 2008 he founded Equinosis, a faculty- startup company Research in kinematics and lameness led to the development led to the development of a body-mounted inertial sensor system, now called Lameness Locator. Currently Dr. Keegan retains a 50% clinical, 50% research appointment at the University of Missouri.

     

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  • Full Day Companion Animal Seminar @ VetME 2017
    Full Day Companion Animal Seminar @ VetME 2017

    Full Day Companion Animal Seminar @ VetME 2017

    9:00 AM

    About the speakers: Dr. Cedric Tutt (BVSc, BVSc(Hons), MMedVet (Med), Diplomate (EVDC).
    Dr. Tutt provides post-graduate training in veterinary dentistry to veterinarians, veterinary nurses and technicians. He is the author of "Small animal Dentistry - a Manual of techniques" published by Wiley- Blackwell and co-edited of "BSAVA - Manual of Canine and Feline Dentistry" (3rd edition). Dr. Tutt's also the past President of the European Veterinary Dental College.

    Dr. Hanne Friis Lund ( DvM, Medical Affairs Manager, Nordic region - IDEXX)
    Dr. Hanne Friis graduated as a DVM from he university of Copenhagen in 2005. Following her graduation, she worked in both first opinion and referral private practices in Norway and Denmark before joining IDEXX in 2014. Dr. Lund is a part of the training and Education team and has a special interest in hematology and the assessment of inflammatory diseases as well as in urology and the on-going development of biomarkers to help detect the early stages of diseases.

    Dr. Colin Dunlop (CEO Advanced Anaesthesia Specialists)
    Dr. Colin Dunlop is a graduate of the University of Sydney and a specialist in Veterinary Anaesthesia. Colin is a Diplomat of the American College of Veterinary Anesthesiologists. His research include prevention of anaesthesia morbidity and morality,.  He consults in anesthesia and critical care for small and large animal practice, biomedical research and provides Continuing Education programs for veterinarians and veterinary nurses world-wide.

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  • The Practical Feed Management of the Sports Horse.
    The Practical Feed Management of the Sports Horse.

    The Practical Feed Management of the Sports Horse.

    5:30 PM

    About the speaker: Lizzie Drury  (MSc RNutr – Registered Nutritionist)
    Lizzie has a degree in Animal Science and a Masters Degree in Equine Nutrition. She is one of only 8 Registered Equine Nutritionists in the UK.
    She has worked for Saracen Horse Feeds for 15 years and provide technical advice and nutritional support to Saracen equine clients in the UK, Europe and the Middle East.
    Her area of expertise focus not only on the performance horse but also feeding and management of endurance horses, supporting some of the largest endurance clients from the Middle East.
    Combined with this she is also a regular contributor to regional and national equine publications, lecturing at colleges and Universities.
    Other clients include Olympic Gold Medalist Charlotte Du Jardin and Team Gold Medalist Carl Hester, 2 of Saracen Horse Feeds Brand Ambassadors, as well as International Show Jumpers, Western and Reining clients and eventing...
    Lizzie’s motto is to help and support all horse owners to ensure they get the best out of their horses through correct feeding.

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  • Lab Testing for High Performance Horses in the XXI Century
    Lab Testing for High Performance Horses in the XXI Century

    Lab Testing for High Performance Horses in the XXI Century

    4:30 PM

    About the speaker: Dr. Moschos has a Doctorate in Equine Orthopedia at the Freie Universität Berlin, Germany. He has practical experience as an equine practitioner in Panama and Germany, is a FEI Veterinarian, official judge for equestrian competitions of the German National Equestrian Federation as well as an official judge for FEI Jumping.

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  • All about Avian CPD Seminar
    All about Avian CPD Seminar

    All about Avian CPD Seminar

    9:00 AM

    About the speaker: Dr. Neil A Forbes BVetMed DipECZM (avian) FRCVS, RCVS and European Recognised Specialist Avian Medicine.

    Dr. Neil qualified from RVC in 1983, he is a Diplomate of the European College of Zoological Medicine, specialist in Avian Medicine and an FRCVS.

    He was responsible for teaching avian medicine at Bristol Vet School from 2001 – 2011. Dr. Neil has lectured internationally for many years, has contributed >50 peer review papers and to >35 books. He received multiple national and international awards.

    Past President of the European College of Zoological Medicine and the European Board of Specialisation. Dr. Neil heads the avian and exotic department at Great Western Exotic Vets (part of the Vets Now group) in Swindon, where he runs the only ECZM approved avian residency in the UK.

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  • All about Avian CPD seminar and workshop
    All about Avian CPD seminar and workshop

    All about Avian CPD seminar and workshop

    8:00 AM

    About the speaker: Dr. Neil A Forbes BVetMed DipECZM (avian) FRCVS, RCVS and European Recognised Specialist Avian Medicine.

    Dr. Neil qualified from RVC in 1983, he is a Diplomate of the European College of Zoological Medicine, specialist in Avian Medicine and an FRCVS.

    He was responsible for teaching avian medicine at Bristol Vet School from 2001 – 2011. Dr. Neil has lectured internationally for many years, has contributed >50 peer review papers and to >35 books. He received multiple national and international awards.

    Past President of the European College of Zoological Medicine and the European Board of Specialisation.

    Dr. Neil heads the avian and exotic department at Great Western Exotic Vets (part of the Vets Now group) in Swindon, where he runs the only ECZM approved avian residency in the UK.

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  • Challenges in Anaesthesia
    Challenges in Anaesthesia

    Challenges in Anaesthesia

    4:00 PM

    About the speaker: Dr. Colin Dunlop is a graduate of the University of Sydney and a Specialist in Veterinary Anaesthesia.
    His career path includes House Surgeon (University of Glasgow), Resident in Anaesthesia/Critical Patient Care, (University of California, Davis), Assistant Professor ‘Clinical Sciences’, Associate Professor and Chief of the Anaesthesia Section (Colorado State University).
    Colin is a Diplomat of the American College of Veterinary Anaesthesiologists. His research interests include prevention of anaesthesia morbidity and mortality. He consults in anaesthesia and critical care for small and large animal practice, biomedical research and provides Continuing Education programs for veterinarians and veterinary nurses world-wide.

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  • Routine endoscopy implementation in small animal practice
    Routine endoscopy implementation in small animal practice

    Endoscopy implementation in small animal practice

    8:00 AM
    About the speakers: Dr. Fausto Brandao (DVM, MSc. Cert. Spec. VEaMIS)  
    Graduated from Faculty of Veterinary Medicine – Portugal
    Master Degree in Veterinary Laser Surgery, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, ULHT – Portugal
    Certificate Holder in Veterinary Endoscopy and Minimally Invasive Surgery
    International Instructor and Consultant Veterinary Endoscopy and Minimally Invasive Surgery
    Dr. Daria Saade (DVM, MVSc., BVSC)
    Junior Marketing Manager – Veterinary (Africa, East Mediterranean &Gulf) Graduated from Faculty of Veterinary Medicine – Beirut – Lebanon)
    National Internship Diploma in Small Animal Medicine and Surgery, Institute for higher education and research VETAGRO-SUP, Lyon, France
    Former clinical assistant in Small Animal Internal Medicine and Intensive Care ENVA, Paris, France
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  • Endurance horses: Learn from BLOOD WORK, X-RAY & ENDOSCOPY to Improve Performance
    Endurance horses: Learn from BLOOD WORK, X-RAY & ENDOSCOPY to Improve Performance

    Improve Performance of Endurance Horses

    5:00 PM

    About the speaker: Dr. Ben Ahern is a specialist in equine surgery, equine sports medicine and rehabilitation - being dual board certified by the American College of Veterinary Surgeons and the American College of Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation. He has a PhD related to laryngeal function and surgery in horses. He has also authored multiple book chapters and published on a wide range of topics ranging from: Orthopaedics, Lameness, Novel tie-back procedures and Stem Cell Therapies. Dr. Ahern has worked in the US and Australia on a range of performance horses.

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  • Clinical cases in internal medicine for small animals
    Clinical cases in internal medicine for small animals

    Clinical cases in internal medicine for small animals

    7:30 AM

    About the speaker: Dr. Chang has a background as a clinician in exotic pet medicine, later she received her PhD working with diagnostic tests development and infectious disease studies. After her PhD, she focused on the training of clinical pathology, while remaining closely involved with the clinical side of veterinary medicine in small animals. Her unique background with training in diagnostic sciences and strong interests in the clinical perspective of disease progression has made her a very popular speaker for clinicians.

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  • Veterinary Business Bootcamp Dubai
    Veterinary Business Bootcamp Dubai

    Veterinary Business Bootcamp Dubai

    7:30 AM

    About the speaker: Mr. Alan Robinson has been a veterinary surgeon in practice for 20+ years, a successful business consultant for 18 years to over 600 practices and a director of Vet Dynamics. His mission is helping independent practice owners improve performance and quality of life in practice.

    His company, Vet Dynamics, works with independent practices to provide personalized resources for Practice Performance, Business Intelligence, Leadership & Culture and Team Engagement.

    Alan Robinson has been a veterinary surgeon in practice for 20+ years, a successful business consultant for 18 years to over 600 practices and a director of Vet Dynamics. His mission is helping independent practice owners improve performance and quality of life in practice.

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  • Understanding your IDEXX SDMA results via an interactive discovery session.
    Understanding your IDEXX SDMA results via an interactive discovery session.

    SDMA product launch

    5:30 PM

    About the speaker: Dr. Rachael Kilroy qualified from the University of Edinburgh in 2002, gaining the RCVS certificate in small animal surgery in 2009. 

    She spent fifteen years in small animal practice in Morocco, UK and Singapore, bringing a wealth of clinical experience when she joined the IDEXX Singapore team last year.

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  • Is the risk of Anaesthesia greater in Geriatric Animals or Birds?
    Is the risk of Anaesthesia greater in Geriatric Animals or Birds?

    Is the risk of Anaesthesia greater in Geriatric Animals or Birds?

    5:00 PM

    Dr. Colin Dunlop (CEO Advanced Anaesthesia Specialists)

    Dr. Colin Dunlop is a graduate of the University of Sydney and a Specialist in Veterinary Anaesthesia. Colin is a Diplomat of the American College of Veterinary Aneasthesiologists. His research interests include prevention of aneasthesia morbidity and morality. He consults in aneasthesia and critical care for small and large animal practice, biomedical research and provides Continuing Education programs for veterinarians and veterinary nurses world-wide.

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  • Dubai Pet Festival 2018
    Dubai Pet Festival 2018

    The Dubai Pet Festival

    10:00 AM

    The Dubai Pet Festival 2018 will be held on the 7th of December.

    Venue: K9 Ground Unit, Dubai Police - Umm Suqeim 

    Our Calibra stand no 14 will be handing out some great goodie pack so please come and say Hi!

     

    See you there with your pets!

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  • Fixin Micro System Workshop
    Fixin Micro System Workshop

    Fixin Micro System Workshop

    9:00 AM

    About the speaker:

    Massimo Petazzoni DVM, Italy

    Degree in Veterinary Medicine, Milano, 1997. Chief of the Orthopedic department of the “Clinica Veterinaria Milano Sud”, Peschiera Borromeo, Italy.

    Member of: SCIVAC, ESVOT, SIOVET, AVORE, AOVET Ambassador Member. Scientific lectures: +250 at national congresses, meetings and courses and +100 at International congresses. Author of 13 scientific papers. Lecturer at SCIVAC/ AO courses: Distal Extremities, External Fixation, Ao Masterclass Course on Advanced Corrective Osteotomies and at ESVOT and ACVS course on Corrective Osteotomies and Patella Luxation. He developed the Fixin system. Secretary of the SIOVET, Italian Society of Orthopaedics and Traumatology (2008-2011). Author of the Merial “Atlas of Clinical Goniometry” and Innovet “Atlas BOA, Breed Orthopedic Oriented Approach”. Council Member of the AVORE (Advanced Veterinary Orthopaedic and Research) from 1/2010. Particular interests: limb alignment, stifle surgery, hybrid external xators, Ilizarov technique, elastic internal xation. 

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  • How to improve diagnosis and management of kidney disease- (Dubai)
    How to improve diagnosis and management of kidney disease- (Dubai)

    How to improve diagnosis and management of kidney disease- (Dubai)

    5:00 PM

    About the Speaker: Dr. Rachael Kilroy (BVM&S CertSAS MBA MRCVS)

    Dr Rachael qualified from the University of Edinburgh in 2002, gaining the RCVS certificate in small animal surgery in 2009.  She spent fifteen years in small animal practice in Morocco, UK and Singapore, bringing a wealth of clinical experience when she joined the IDEXX Singapore team in 2017.

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  • How to improve diagnosis and management of kidney disease
    How to improve diagnosis and management of kidney disease

    How to improve diagnosis and management of kidney disease- ( Abu Dhabi)

    5:00 PM

    About the Speaker: Dr Rachael Kilroy (BVM&S CertSAS MBA MRCVS)

    Dr Rachael qualified from the University of Edinburgh in 2002, gaining the RCVS certificate in small animal surgery in 2009.  She spent fifteen years in small animal practice in Morocco, UK and Singapore, bringing a wealth of clinical experience when she joined the IDEXX Singapore team in 2017.

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  • ADIHEX 2019
    ADIHEX 2019

    ADIHEX 2019

    11:00 AM

    Visit us in Hall 7 (Stand No. D30)

    Tickets are sold onsite. Book your tickets online today and get a hassle free access to the event.

    Brands in spotlight:

    Feed & Supplement:  Mazuri Zoo Foods | Equi4s | Harrison's Bird Food | Calibra

    Equipment: AAS | Foschi | LW Scientific | Karl Storz Endoscopy | IDEXX Laboratories | Mindray | Companion Animal Health

    Pharmaceuticals and Others: Vet Pharma | F10 Products | Mavlab Fido's | BioPet Active

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  • CPD seminar- Meet with the hip replacement team
    CPD seminar- Meet with the hip replacement team

    CPD seminar- MEET THE HIP REPLACEMENT TEAM

    3:30 PM

    About our speaker

    Dr. Prof. Bruno Peirone

    Position: 

    • Full Professor of Orthopaedics, School of Veterinary Medicine University of Turin 

    • Director of the post-graduated school of Veterinary Surgery in Small Animals 

    • Director of the Clinical Department of the School of Veterinary Medicine University of Turin Titles: Ph.D. in Veterinary Sciences 

     

    Main Fields of Interest 

    ▪ Fracture treatment (ORIF, ESF, CESF, MIPO techniques) 

    • Limb deformity correction through CEF and ORIF in dogs 

    • Joint Surgery, Hip replacement 

     

    Publications 

    ▪ Author of 52 papers published on International and Italian journals 

    ▪ Author of 62 abstracts presented at International and National Congress Scientific Societies SCIVAC (Italian Veterinary Society of Companion Animals) 

     

    Positions 

    ▪ Member of the Board of Directors since 2008 up to now 

    ▪ Director of the Continuing Education Program in Orthopaedics and Traumatology since 2006 uo to now 

     

    ESVOT Position 

    ▪ Treasurer since 2012 up to 2018 

    ▪ Vice President on 2019 

     

    AOVET Positions 

    ▪ Chair of the Educational Commitee from 2006 to 2010 

    ▪ Member of the International Board since 2006 up to 2018 

    ▪ Chair of Europe Region from 2010 to 2018

     

     

    Dr. Lisa Adele Piras

    Born in Cuneo, 10th March 1980, graduated at the School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Turin on 26 April 2005. Graduation thesis on “Use of the Ilizarov’s technique for fracture treatment in the dog and cat”; under the supervision of Prof. Bruno Peirone. Professional Licence (Board Examination) at the University of Turin, November 2005 

    Voluntary collaborator at the Veterinary Teaching Hospital of University of Turin from April 2005 to April 2006. Awarded research grant by Piedmont Region Council from March 2006 to September 2006, topic “Use of pre-operative and intra-operative skeletal traction in veterinary traumatology and orthopaedics”. 

    Assistent of Prof.Peirone in surgery from 2006. 

    Assistent of Prof.Buracco in surgery from 2009.

     

    PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSABILITIES AT DEPARTMENT OF ANIMAL PATHOLOGY 

    Assistant of Professor Bruno Peirone in clinical and surgical small animal orthopaedics and traumatology. Student tutor for the layout of their graduation thesis. 

    Teaching experience (seminars and practical activities) dedicated to the students of the forth and fifth years of the Course of Veterinary Medicine for a total of 30 hours per year.

     

    SCIENTIFIC AFFILIATION 

    1. Member of SICV (Italian Society of Veterinary Surgery) from 2010 

    2. Member of SISVet, Società Italiana Scienze Veterinarie (Italian Society of Veterinary Science) from 2008 

    3. Member of SCIVAC, Società Culturale Italiana Veterinari Animali da Compagnia (Italian Cultural Society of Companion Animal Veterinary) from 2005 4. Member of S.I.O.Vet, Italian Society of Veterinary Orthopaedics from 2005

     

    PUBBLICATION 

    1. Peirone B, Cappellari F, Panichi E, Piras LA: “Nonunions in dogs”, Veterinaria , anno 21, n°6, pagg 9-21.Dicembre 2007. 

    2. Traduction of “Atlante di chirurgia ortopedica traumatologica dei piccoli animali”. French J, Lopez C. Ed. Elsavier Masson 

    3. Piras LA, Cappellari F, Peirone B, Ferretti A: “ Treatment of distal radius and ulna fractures in toy breed dogs with circular external skeletal fixation: a retrospective study”. VCOT 24 (3), 228-235, 2011 

    4. Piras La, Peirone B, Fox DB: "Effects of ante brachial torsion on the measurement of angulation in the frontal plane: a cadaveric radiographic analysis". VCOT 25(2), 89-94, 2012. 

    5. Marmotti A, Bruzzone M, Bonasia DE, Castoldi F, Rossi R, Piras L, Maiello A, Realmuto C, Peretti GM. “One-step osteochondral repair with cartilage fragments in a composite scaffold". Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. Feb 2012. 

    6. Piras LA, Olimpo M, Peirone B. “Studio radiografico nei pazienti affetti da lussazione di rotula”. Summa.Speciale Ortopedia July 2012 

    7. Piras LA, Olimpo M, Peirone B. “Il trattamento della lussazione di rotula: tecniche tradizionali”. Summa.Speciale Ortopedia July 2012 

    8. Piras LA, DeFleurian T, Peirone B. “Il trattamento della lussazione di rotula: osteotomie correttive”. Summa.Speciale Ortopedia July 2012 

    9. Peirone B, Boero A, Rovesti G, Piras LA. “Minimally invasive plate osteosynthesis fracture reduction techniques in small animals.” Vet Clin North Am Small Pract 42(5), 873-895, 2012

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  • Infection control training for veterinary animal care facility
    Infection control training for veterinary animal care facility

    Infection control training for veterinary animal care facility

    3:30 PM

    About the speaker: Dr. Neil A Forbes BVetMed DipECZM (avian) FRCVS, RCVS and European Recognised Specialist Avian Medicine.

    Dr. Neil qualified from RVC in 1983, he is a Diplomate of the European College of Zoological Medicine, specialist in Avian Medicine and an FRCVS.

    He was responsible for teaching avian medicine at Bristol Vet School from 2001 – 2011. Dr. Neil has lectured internationally for many years, has contributed >50 peer review papers and to >35 books. He received multiple national and international awards.

    Past President of the European College of Zoological Medicine and the European Board of Specialisation. Dr. Neil heads the avian and exotic department at Great Western Exotic Vets (part of the Vets Now group) in Swindon, where he runs the only ECZM approved avian residency in the UK.

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  • What’s new in diagnostic testing?
    What’s new in diagnostic testing?

    What’s new in diagnostic testing?

    4:00 PM

    About the Speaker: Dr. Rachael Kilroy (BVM&S CertSAS MBA MRCVS)

    Dr Rachael qualified from the University of Edinburgh in 2002, gaining the RCVS certificate in small animal surgery in 2009.  She spent fifteen years in small animal practice in Morocco, UK and Singapore, bringing a wealth of clinical experience when she joined the IDEXX Singapore team in 2017.

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  • Case studies in biochemistry, haematology and infectious disease
    Case studies in biochemistry, haematology and infectious disease

    Case studies in biochemistry, haematology and infectious disease

    4:00 PM

    About the Speaker: Dr. Rachael Kilroy (BVM&S CertSAS MBA MRCVS)

    Dr Rachael qualified from the University of Edinburgh in 2002, gaining the RCVS certificate in small animal surgery in 2009.  She spent fifteen years in small animal practice in Morocco, UK and Singapore, bringing a wealth of clinical experience when she joined the IDEXX Singapore team in 2017.

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  • Al Ain Pet Festival 2019
    Al Ain Pet Festival 2019

    Al Ain Pet Festival 2019

    10:00 AM

    A fun filled day for all the family!!

    The Al Ain Pet Festival 2019 will be held on the 11th of October 2019 from 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM. 

    TheAl Ain Pet Festival aims to increase awareness within the UAE about animal welfare and pet facilities, including pet health, training, nutrition and fashion. This faboulous event includes WKU Championship Dog Show, The Al Ain Cat Show, Dog Agility Competition, Petting Farm, Kidzone, exhibition of Pet products. 

    Pet experts will be educating the visitors about the significance of pet care and accessible resources in theUAE.

    The 4th WKU- CAC Championship Dog Show will start at 5:00 PM 

    Venue: Al Ain Amblers Club (AESGC)

    See you there with your pets!

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  • Dubai Pet Festival 2019
    Dubai Pet Festival 2019

    The Dubai Pet Festival 2019

    10:00 AM

    The Dubai Pet Festival 2019 will be held on the 13th of December. The event will also have competitions for dogs, cats and pet owners. There will be presentations and demonstrations by experts and groups. Local pet groups, rehabilitative organizations, vendors, training schools, and veterinarians have been consulted in preparation for this show.

    The Dubai Pet Festival 2019's dream is to deliver an annual event that provides unprecedented opportunities for branding, distribution and media engagement for both its exhibitors and pet-loving audiences

    Venue: Dubai Polo and Equestrian Club

    See you there with your pets!

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  • Multi-species approach to LAPAROSCOPY & ENDOSCOPY assisted reproductive procedures
    Multi-species approach to LAPAROSCOPY & ENDOSCOPY assisted reproductive procedures

    Multi-species approach to LAPAROSCOPY and ENDOSCOPY assisted reproductive procedures

    8:00 AM

    Keynote Speakers;

    Dr Guy Delhomme, IMV Technologies, France

    Dr Peter Wiemer, Lingehoeve Dgk, The Netherlands

    Dr Urban Besenfelder, VetMedUni

    Dr Julián Santiago-Moreno, INIA Madrid, Spain

    Professor Twink Allen, Sharjah Equine Hospital

    Dr Florencia Rigali, Sharjah Equine Hospital, UAE

    Dr Mahmoud Salama, Sh. Mohamed bin Khalifa Al Maktoum farm

    Dr Mieke de Rijck, Sharjah Equine Hospital, UAE

    Dr Sandra Wilsher, Sharjah Equine Hospital, UAE

    Emma A. Gómez, Gynecologist and Obstetrician, Spain.

    Dr Clara Malo, Camel Reproduction Centre, UAE

    Dr Nisar Ahamad Wani,Scientific Director, Reproductive Biotechnology Centre, Dubai

    Dr Cyriel Ververs, Sharjah Equine Hospital, UAE

    Dr Chris Lloyd, 2feet4paws, UAE

    Dr Ana Salbany, Atlantis The Palm, UAE

    Dr Barbara Arca Ruibal, Al Aseefa Falcon Hospital, UAE

     

     

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  • Yas Pet Festival 2020
    Yas Pet Festival 2020

    Yas Pet Festival 2020

    1:00 PM

    Your favourite must- attend community event for the pets and people of Abu Dhabi.

    Open from 1pm to 9pm at du Arena, the free-to attend festival will celebrate everything animal-related, bringing together pet owners, pet lovers and of course, cats, dogs and more!

    The 8th edition of Yas Pet Festival will feature exciting new activities for children and families, including an enhanced vendor stall area and revamped kids zone. Join at the main stage to participate in owner and pet fancy dress competitions, interviews with pets (and their owners) and a lot more fun.

    The Pet Festival is the purr-fect event to enjoy the cool weather and make the most of an entertaining fair which has also been designed to raise awareness about animal welfare and to educate individuals about pet products, food, pet fashion, health, training and every kind of pet services.  To ensure the wellbeing of all furry visitors to the festival, pet cooling stations will be installed throughout the venue offering water stations and puppy pools.

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  • 3:22 AM
  • 3:22 AM
  • 3:22 AM
  • COVID-19 and Pets: Current Recommendations and Resource Toolkit
    COVID-19 and Pets: Current Recommendations and Resource Toolkit

    COVID-19 and Pets: Current Recommendations and Resource Toolkit

    12:00 PM

    Dates

    • 3rd April 2020 (12:00 PM EDT)
    • 6th April 2020 (3:00 PM EDT)
    • 7th April 2020 (7:00 PM EDT)
    Location: Online

    Presenters: Dr. Alexis Seguin & Dr. Biance Zenor

    Dr. Alexis Seguin will review our current understanding of the SARS-CoV-2 novel coronavirus, causative agent in the human respiratory COVID-19 pandemic, and the implications of this emerging disease for veterinarians, pet owners, and their pets. Dr. Seguin will share the results of global monitoring efforts along with resources to support the veterinarian in practice.

    Event Registrationhttps://www.idexxlearningcenter.com/mod/webinar/view.php?id=8058&_ga=2.21422457.358098237.1585723320-1291746318.1581921451 

    Steps of registration

    Step 1: Click here to sign in to your Idexx Account or 

    Create a new IDEXX account by clicking here.

    Step 2: Please register for the date that's right for you.

    Step 3: There are two ways to access the webinar on its schedule date: 

    1. You will receive registration confirmation email on your registered email address. Keep the email and click the Join the webinar link in the email to log in.
    2. Log in at idexxlearningcenter.com, go to the webinar registration page, and click Start. 
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  • MARKETING DENTISTRY - 5 Steps to Becoming a Guru!
    MARKETING DENTISTRY - 5 Steps to Becoming a Guru!

    MARKETING DENTISTRY - 5 Steps to Becoming a Guru!

    1:30 PM

    Presented by Dr Gary Turnbull 

    Over the 5 webinar series, Gary will share proven strategies and systems that he and his team have refined over the past 10 years to create one of the busiest dental services in Australian general practice. Gary is a director of the Lincoln Institute and of East Port Veterinary Hospital, a muti-award winning and Australian Small Animal Veterinary Association accredited Hospital. He is a highly recognised and respected coach, speaker and facilitator in the fields of veterinary practice management and leadership, veterinary business models and life balance strategies.

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  • Mindray Vet Solution Webinar - Veterinary Anesthesia Trends
    Mindray Vet Solution Webinar - Veterinary Anesthesia Trends

    Mindray Vet Solution Webinar - Veterinary Anesthesia Trends

    6:00 PM

    Speaker: Dr. Peter W Kronen

    DVM, Dr med vet, Dipl ECVAA

    EBVS® European Specialist in Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia

    Past-President AVA

    Member, Global Pain Council, WSAVA

    Head, Experimental Anaesthesia and Analgesia, CABMM

    Director and Founder, Veterinary Anaesthesia School for Technicians (VASTA)

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  • Minimum Database -Maximise the value of preventive tests
    Minimum Database -Maximise the value of preventive tests

    Minimum Database -Maximise the value of preventive tests

    11:00 AM

    About the Speaker: Dr. Rachael Kilroy (BVM&S CertSAS MBA MRCVS)

    Dr Rachael qualified from the University of Edinburgh in 2002, gaining the RCVS certificate in small animal surgery in 2009.  She spent fifteen years in small animal practice in Morocco, UK and Singapore, bringing a wealth of clinical experience when she joined the IDEXX Singapore team in 2017.

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  • Is Echocardiogram really that terrifying? All about the scanning views
    Is Echocardiogram really that terrifying? All about the scanning views

    Is Echocardiogram really that terrifying? All about the scanning views

    11:00 AM

    Speaker: Dr. Sarah Cedillo Heine

    Doctor in Veterinary Medicine (DVM), Compultense University of Madrid

    2010 - Yearlong internship in Cardiology at Clinica Veterinaria Gran Sasso

    2013-2016 - worked as associate Veterinarian in Chicago

    2016: Working as Ultrasound and Echocardiogram practitioner in the North East region of Italy.

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  • Mindray Vet Solution Webinar - Anaesthesia & Ventilation Modes
    Mindray Vet Solution Webinar - Anaesthesia & Ventilation Modes

    Mindray Vet Solution Webinar - Anaesthesia & Ventilation Modes

    6:00 PM

    Speaker: Dr. Peter W Kronen

    DVM, Dr med vet, Dipl ECVAA

    EBVS® European Specialist in Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia

    Past-President AVA

    Member, Global Pain Council, WSAVA

    Head, Experimental Anaesthesia and Analgesia, CABMM

    Director and Founder, Veterinary Anaesthesia School for Technicians (VASTA)

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  • The ENDOSCOPY Talks™ series - Karl Storz Webinar
    The ENDOSCOPY Talks™ series - Karl Storz Webinar

    The ENDOSCOPY Talks™ series - Karl Storz Webinar

    4:00 AM

    Speakers:

    Dr. David C. Twedt, DVM, DACVIM - LAPAROSCOPIC ORGAN BIOPSY (JUNE 17 - 4AM GST)

    Dr. David Twedt is board certified in internal medicine that has incorporated endoscopy in his clinical practice for forty years. He began teaching laparoscopic laboratories at Colorado State University in 1994. He is co-founder of the Veterinary Endoscopy Society and recipient of the Pioneer in Endoscopy Award presented in 2019.

    Dr. Rod. A. Rosychuk, DVM, DACVIM - HOW I USE VIDEO OTOSCOPY (JUNE 24 - 4AM GST)

    Dr. Rosychuk is a staff member at the Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences where he is a Professor, the Service Chief of the Dermatology and Otology Service and Head of Specialty Services. He helped pioneer the use of video otoscopy in the diagnosis and management of canine and feline ear disease and continues to maintain a very busy clinical otology service, utilizing this technology. He has provided continuing education in Otology and Dermatology for Veterinarians throughout the US, Canada and in several countries in Asia and Europe.

    Dr. Phil Mayhew, BVM&S, DACVS - LAPAROSCOPIC TREATMENT OF GERD/HIATAL HERNIA (JULY 1 - 10PM GST)

    Dr. Mayhew is a professor in the school of veterinary medicine at the University of California Davis with a focus on small animal soft tissue surgery, minimally invasive surgery and surgical oncology. Dr. Mayhew’s main area of research is broadening the evidence base for minimally invasive soft tissue surgical procedures in small animals. In addition, he is focused on designing new laparoscopic and thoracoscopic procedures for use in small animal clinical practice. Dr. Mayhew is a graduate of the Royal Dick school of veterinary medicine, University of Edinburgh, Scotland and past president of the Veterinary Endoscopy Society.

    Dr. Lynelle Johnson, DVM, MS, PhD, DACVIM - BRONCHOSCOPY TIPS AND TRICKS (JULY 8 - 10PM GST)

    Dr. Johnson is a professor at the University of California – Davis. She is the respiratory section editor for Current Veterinary Therapy, is published in numerous textbooks and journals and is the author of the authoritative text Canine and Feline Respiratory Medicine.

    Dr. Todd Tams, DVM, DACVIM - CLINICAL UTILITY OF GI ENDOSCOPY IN PRACTICE (JULY 15 - 4AM GST)

    Dr. Tams is the Chief Medical Officer for VCA. He received his DVM from The Ohio State University, then completed an internship at VCA West Los Angeles Animal Hospital and a residency program in internal medicine at Colorado State University. After working at Tufts University and Angell Memorial Animal Hospital in Boston, Dr. Tams returned to Los Angeles and has been with VCA since the company was founded in 1986. He was Medical Director at the VCA West Los Angeles Animal Hospital until 1996. Dr. Tams has published two textbooks: Small Animal Endoscopy and Handbook of Small Animal Gastroenterology.

    Dr. Philip Lhermette, BSc (Hons), CBiol, FRSB, BVet Med FRCVS - BEYOND THE LAP SPAY: EXPANDING YOUR REPERTOIRE (JULY 22 - 10PM GST)

    Philip is a past president of the British Small Animal Veterinary association. He is author and editor of the BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Endoscopy and Endosurgery, has contributed to numerous other publications and lectures extensively in minimally invasive techniques throughout the UK, Europe and Asia. In 2011 Philip received the BSAVA Simon Award for outstanding contributions in the field of veterinary surgery

    Dr. Eric Monnet, DVM, PhD, FAHA, DACVS, DECVS - LAPAROSCOPIC CHOLECYSTECTOMY (JULY 29 - 4AM GST)

    Dr. Monnet is a Professor at Colorado State University specializing in small animal surgery. Dr. Monnet was one of the first to describe the role of laparoscopic surgery in veterinary medicine. He has taught veterinarians laparoscopy nationally and internationally for over 20 years. He is the founder of the Veterinary Endoscopic Society and their first President.

    Dr. Michael Willard, DVM, MS, DACVIM-SA - ENDOSCOPIC ELECTROSURGERY (AUGUST 5 - 4AM GST)

    Dr. Willard is a 1975 graduate of the Texas A&M University, College of Veterinary Medicine. He did his internship and Masters degree at Kansas State University and his internal medicine residency at Michigan State University. After that, Dr. Willard held faculty appointments at Michigan State University, Mississippi State University, and Texas A&M University. Dr. Willard has given over 3,800 hours of invited post-graduate continuing education lectures (nationally and internationally), has over 80 refereed publications, and has over 150 book chapters in print.

     

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  • Nutritional therapy of gastrointestinal and pancreatic diseases in dogs
    Nutritional therapy of gastrointestinal and pancreatic diseases in dogs

    Nutritional therapy of gastrointestinal and pancreatic diseases in dogs

    4:00 PM

    Speaker: MVDr. Ing. Martin Čech

    • since 2013 Area Sales Manager and R&D Manager, Calibra
    •  working in research and development division,
    • coordinating trainings and lectures in field of veterinary clinical dietetics

    Clinical experiences:

    • surgical externship on University Urbana/Illinois USA
    • surgical externship on University Bern, Switzerland
    • internship on Tierklinik Hollabrunn Austria under the leadership of Dr. Günther Schwarz Dipl. ECVS
    • AO course Berlin Germany
     Speaker: MVDr. Katarína Kopálová
    • since 2020 Junior Export Key Account Manager, Calibra
    • international sales
    • working with Calibra Academy – education department

    Clinical experiences:

    • externship University of Ljubljana Slovenia
    • externship University of Zagreb Croatia
    • Erasmus practice Anicura Tierklinik Hollabrunn Austria
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  • Getting ahead with preventive care
    Getting ahead with preventive care

    Getting ahead with preventive care

    11:00 AM

    About the Speaker: Dr. Rachael Kilroy (BVM&S CertSAS MBA MRCVS)

    Dr Rachael qualified from the University of Edinburgh in 2002 and obtained her certificate in small animal surgery in 2009.  She joined IDEXX in 2017 after working in small animal practice in the UK, Morocco and Singapore. She brings a wealth of clinical and business management experience to IDEXX SAMI.

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  • Interpreting routine feline hematology: What do red cell parameters really mean?
    Interpreting routine feline hematology: What do red cell parameters really mean?

    Interpreting routine feline hematology

    11:00 PM

    Dr. Dennis DeNicola DVM, Ph.D., DACVP
    Dr. DeNicola received both his DVM in 1978 and PhD in 1981 from Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine. He was a faculty member of Purdue for 21 years and as full professor, he directed the teaching hospital clinical pathology laboratory and was the primary clinical pathology educator for veterinary students, interns, residents and veterinary technicians/nurses. He joined IDEXX in 2002 as the Chief Veterinary Educator.
     

     
     
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  • Diagnosing liver disease
    Diagnosing liver disease

    Diagnosing liver disease

    12:00 PM

    About the Speaker: Dr. Rachael Kilroy (BVM&S CertSAS MBA MRCVS)

    Dr Rachael qualified from the University of Edinburgh in 2002 and obtained her certificate in small animal surgery in 2009.  She joined IDEXX in 2017 after working in small animal practice in the UK, Morocco and Singapore. She brings a wealth of clinical and business management experience to IDEXX SAMI.

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  • Interpreting routine feline haematology - Part 2
    Interpreting routine feline haematology - Part 2

    Interpreting routine feline haematology - Part 2

    11:59 PM

    Register your details to participate in live session OR receive a webinar recording within 2 days after the live event.

    DATE & TIME: 17th November 8pm GMT (18th November 12am GST)

    Dr. Dennis DeNicola DVM, Ph.D., DACVP
    Dr. DeNicola received both his DVM in 1978 and PhD in 1981 from Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine. He was a faculty member of Purdue for 21 years and as full professor, he directed the teaching hospital clinical pathology laboratory and was the primary clinical pathology educator for veterinary students, interns, residents and veterinary technicians/nurses. He joined IDEXX in 2002 as the Chief Veterinary Educator.

     

     

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