Webinar: Diseases causing Lymphadenopathy and splenomegaly in dogs: A systematic approach to diagnosing Leishmaniasis (presented in Turkish)

We are pleased to announce that Prof. Dr. Nihat Toplu will lecture on the systematic approach to diagnosing Leishmaniasis, explicitly focusing on diseases that cause Lymphadenopathy and Splenomegaly in dogs. The lecture will be conducted entirely in Turkish and is free for everyone to join. We welcome all interested individuals to attend. Continuous Learning with Bioguard Corporation. E-certificate will be issued to attendances joining the webinar for at least 50 minutes. Registeration Link:

Webinar: Overview of Canine Ehrlichiosis, Anaplasmosis, and BabesiosisWebinar:

Introducing an exciting online event – a webinar that delves into the topic of “Overview of Canine Ehrlichiosis, Anaplasmosis, and Babesiosis”. This event is designed for veterinarians and professionals in the industry who want to enhance their knowledge and understanding of these diseases. The webinar will cover a comprehensive overview of these conditions and their impact on canine health. We warmly invite all veterinarians and professionals in the industry to participate in this webinar. It is a great opportunity to learn from experts in the field and network with like-minded individuals. Best of all, participation is completely free of charge! REGISTER HERE:

Pound for Pound: How Diet Makes a Difference in Healthy Weight Loss

2023/04/16 By Yuanlong Pan, BVM, PhD, Fellow Scientist, Nestlé Purina While all weight-management diets are designed to reduce a dog’s daily intake of calories, there is more to successful weight loss than calorie reduction. The nutritional composition of the ideal diet should also address the following objectives:   Read more

Webinar: Feline Herpesvirus-1 and Related Eye Diseases

2023/04/14 A free online class brought to you by Bioguard Join us for our upcoming webinar as we talk about Feline Herpesvirus-1 infection in cats. During the webinar, Dr. Jingwen Lou will discuss the basis of FHV-1 pathogenesis, especially related to the ocular region, and provide practical advice on how to deal with feline conjunctivitis that you often encounter clinically. This is an excellent opportunity to learn from a leading expert in the field and ask questions. About the webinar: 90% of cats will be exposed to feline herpesvirus over their lifetime. All cats can catch the feline herpes virus, but kittens who have not been vaccinated are particularly susceptible to catching the virus. Feline herpes is a highly contagious virus that can quickly be passed between cats causing feline rhinotracheitis. Together with feline calicivirus, it is one of the most common causes of conjunctivitis and cat flu. In this webinar, you will learn:1. Virus characteristics and epidemiology of FHV-12. Pathogenesis of FHV-1 disease3. Ocular manifestations of FHV-14. Polymerase chain reaction test for FHV-15. A review of antiviral drugs and other compounds with activity against FHV-1 About the speaker: Dr. Jingwen (Stella) Luo received her master’s in Clinical Veterinary Medicine from Nanjing Agricultural University, China, in 2013. Since then, she has been engaged in the clinical work of pet ophthalmology. In 2021, she established a specialized hospital of small animals’ ophthalmology in Wuxi, Jiangsu Province, China. In addition, she was certified as GPcert SAM by ISVPS. Now, she also serves as the second tutor for master’s students at Nanjing Agricultural University in China. Register here:

British Veterinary Association responds to the gender pay gap in the veterinary profession

2023/04/09 It has revealed that eight out of ten firms pay men more than women and the wage difference remains at 9.4%, the same level as in 2017/18. The report includes data for vet businesses with more than 250 members of staff and shows that the inequality of pay seen nationally is also reflected across the veterinary profession. BVA President Malcolm Morley said: “This report makes for extremely disappointing reading. Whilst the gender pay gap nationally is as large as it was five years ago, it’s even more concerning that no meaningful progress has been made in addressing this fundamental inequality within the veterinary sector.   Read more.