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Vet, Help! My Dog Has Pancreatitis RECORDING

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This product is a recording of the following online course. After purchase, a link is provided to the videos on the checkout page and a link is also emailed. Please check spam!

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An Online Course to help you gain a deeper understanding of causes of Chronic Pancreatitis in Dogs, Common Treatment options and Dietary Management.

Online Seminar Monday 24th August 2020 6-9pm BST
(Watch later is available for 30 days)
$41 USD, includes seminar slides sent to you in PDF after.

Who is this course for? This course is primarily intended to provide further information on specific conditions to owners, but other pet and veterinary professionals are also welcome.

Finding out that your dog has pancreatitis can be worrying. For some dogs it is a one off, but for many it is the start of a long road of intermittent ‘flare ups’ of vomiting, abdominal pain, diarrhea and hospitalization.

Digestive enzymes released prematurely cause damage to pancreatic cells and extreme pain. For many dogs, this is followed by progressive fibrosis and ongoing pancreatic damage, sometimes developing into secondary conditions like diabetes and exocrine pancreatic insufficiency.

Many owners want to take a more active and knowledgeable role in their dog's health. This course is designed to help you do this by giving you as much information as possible on how we diagnose and treat chronic pancreatitis, and the options for dietary management.

Also :
What causes pancreatitis?

Why is pancreatitis more common in some breeds than others?

What do the tests mean (PLI? TLI? B12? Folate?) and why do I sometimes need to leave my dog in hospital L…)

A multi-faceted approach to pancreatitis – allopathic medicine, hospitalisation, and emergency care, clinical nutrition, finding a herbal vets, choosing supplements

Diabetes and EPI… how likely is it that my dog will develop these…?

Nutritional Balance and optimizing nutrition for Pancreatitis – It’s just about Fat Content.

Calculating calories to avoid weight loss when you switch to lower fat foods.

Where do our nutritional guidelines for pancreatitis come from? How good are they?

Tinned Food? Kibble Food? Raw? Home-cooked? – They all have pros and cons – choosing the right one.

Looking at a few interesting recent studies/articles (do we really need to restrict protein…? Is coconut oil helpful or is it dangerous…? Berries and antioxidants?)

Does Dry-Matter Matter? (and what is it anyway?)

Can I add fish oil? Or is all fat bad?

Signs your dog may be developing secondary nutritional deficiencies.

Does my dog have IBD…. (there is a link to IBD talk here… the IBD/Pancreatitis/Hepatitis complex – or ‘Triaditis’)

Pre-booking is highly recommended - LIVE has been chosen instead of pre-recorded so that there are opportunities for questions, but it does mean that places ARE limited to ensure that everyone can ask questions if they need to.

(Please note - whilst there will be plenty of time for questions, please remember that (as I am not your dog’s own vet) I can only discuss general options and cannot make specific recommendations for your companion)

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Vet, Help! My Dog Has Renal Failure RECORDING

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This product is a recording of the following online course. After purchase, a link is provided to the videos on the checkout page and a link is also emailed. Please check spam!

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A Live Interactive Online Course to help you gain a deeper understanding of chronic renal failure in dogs. Online Interactive Seminar

When? Monday 10th August 2020 6-9pm BST
(Watch later is available for 30 days)

Where? This seminar is held on Skype. You will receive a link before the seminar.
How Much? $41 USD - A bit less then the cost of a standard consult 🙂 includes seminar slides sent to you in PDF after.

Finding out your dog has renal failure is sometimes overwhelming. Early stage kidney failure is often diagnosed after a routine blood test which can make it all the more of a shock. There’s only so much that you can fit into a standard consult slot, and it’s pretty common to go home with a thousand questions.

Many owners want to take a more active and knowledgeable role in their dog's health. This course is designed to help you do this by giving you as much information as possible on how we diagnose and stage renal failure, and the most common forms of treatment for early stage chronic renal failure.

What do the blood and urine tests mean? (Urea, Creatinine, UPC, Proteinurea, SDMA?)

What does 'IRIS' Staging mean?
Why do the blood test numbers change?
How and why does deterioration happen?
Is it reversible?
Why does it happen?
How important is diet management?
What are the current existing standards... and is it different with raw or cooked foods?
My dog (or I) don't like the existing kibble or tins, can I make food at home?
How long will my dog live...?

Dietary modifications are vital in the management of kidney disease. Its common that people are aware that phosphorus restriction is important, but there are other factors to consider.

Optimal management of kidney failure is not just about phosphorus. Discussing the physiology of renal failure will help you to understand other nutritional aspects of  nutritional management, including increasing levels (and altering ratios) of omega 3 fatty acids, how antioxidants can play a vital role and how a poorly formulated diet can results in rapid and drastic loss of appetite - even if the kidney disease appears stable...

Pre-booking is highly recommended - LIVE has been chosen instead of pre-recorded so that there are opportunities for questions, but it does mean that places ARE limited to ensure that everyone can ask questions if they need to.

(Please note - whilst there will be plenty of time for questions, please remember that (as I am not your dog’s own vet) I can only discuss general options and cannot make specific recommendations for your companion)

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Vet, Help! My Dog Has IBD RECORDING

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This product is a recording of the following online course. After purchase, a link is provided to the videos on the checkout page and a link is also emailed. Please check spam!

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An Online Course to help you gain a deeper understanding of causes of Chronic Diarrhoea in dogs, Common Treatment options and Dietary Management.

Online Seminar -  3+ hours.

Links to watch will be sent to you after your purchase along with a PDF of the Slides from the course so that you can make notes on them if you like!

$41 USD, includes seminar slides sent to you in PDF.

(This course originally ran on 7th September 2020 and was filmed 'live'. The course was extremely popular and requests were made to make these courses available after the date - so here they are!)

Who is this course for? This course is primarily intended to provide further information on specific conditions to owners, but other pet and veterinary professionals are also welcome.

IBD is a challenging condition to diagnose and manage. There are many causes of diarrhoea in dogs and sometimes it’s not easy to know which your dog has.

For dogs with severe IBD, multiple allergies/intolerances, chronic diarrhoea and weight loss are common, and sometimes it’s hard to know what to do for the best.

Many owners want to take a more active and knowledgeable role in their dog's health. This course is designed to help you do this by giving you as much information as possible on how we (general practice vets) investigate chronic diarrhoea, and the options for dietary management including exclusion diets.

Also:

Common causes of chronic diarrhoea (which one does my dog have?)
Giardia, Campylobacter and Salmonella – did they cause the diarrhoea? Or did the diarrhoea cause them…..?

Commonly used tests in chronic diarrhoea and what they mean – Basic biochemistry and haematology changes, B12, Folate, Cobalamin, TLI.

Diet types – kibble, tins, cooked, raw foods – the pros and cons.

Homemade Exclusion diets…. Choosing the right ingredients for the best chance of success

Timing of your exclusion diet and plan your reintroductions

Other nutritional factors in the management – loss of water soluble vitamins, anti-inflammatory modifications in fatty acid profiles, and why increased levels of zinc may be vital.

Links to other conditions – IBD links to atopic dermatitis and pancreatitis…

Pre-booking is highly recommended - LIVE has been chosen instead of pre-recorded so that there are opportunities for questions, but it does mean that places ARE limited to ensure that everyone can ask questions if they need to.

(Please note - whilst there will be plenty of time for questions, please remember that (as I am not your dog’s own vet) I can only discuss general options and cannot make specific recommendations for your companion)

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Vet, Help! My Dog Has Itchy Skin RECORDING

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This product is a recording of the following online course. After purchase, a link is provided to the videos on the checkout page and a link is also emailed. Please check spam!

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An Online Courses to help you gain a deeper understanding of Atopic Dermatitis, Food Allergies and Nutritional Approaches to Treatment.

Online Interactive Seminar

When? Monday 27th July 2020 6-9pm BST
(Watch later is available for 30 days)

Where? This seminar is held on Skype. You will receive a link before the seminar.
How Much? $41 - A bit less then the cost of a standard consult 🙂 includes seminar slides sent to you in PDF after.

Finding out your dog has allergies is sometimes overwhelming. There’s only so much that you can fit into a standard consult slot, and it’s pretty common to go home with a thousand questions.

20% of our canine companions have had an issue with itching. Itchy toes, infected anal glands, repeated ear infections, hot spots, hair loss, red skin, conjunctivitis – can all be signs of allergies. Investigation is often lengthy and frustrating, often involving multiple tests, medication and diet trials.

Many owners want to take a more active and knowledgeable role in their dog's health. This course is designed to help you do this by giving you as much information as possible on how we diagnose and treat allergic skin disease, and how best to select and exclusion diet to test and treat it.

How do we know if it's allergies?
Are there other things playing a role?
Is raw food better? Hydrolysed diets? Drugs? Supplements?
How much can we tell in the first consult...? (more than you'd think...)
How do we decide on an exclusion diet?
How strict do we really need to be?
Does it matter if it isn't balanced?
What if my exclusion diet doesn't work - does it mean my dog doesn't have a food allergy? (interestingly...it doesn't)
So much more to talk about.....

Exclusion diets are an important part of investigation but getting them right is vital. So many exclusion diets fail for predictable reasons and hopefully this seminar will provide a structure to give you the best chance of success.

A novel fresh ingredient exclusion diet is gold standard, but in pets that may have undergone multiple diet trials, it’s important to consider whether deficiencies might be starting to complicate the response (zinc, omega 3, linoleic acid, iodine) – are they still allergic? Or are they just suffering a fatty acid deficiency?  Hydrolysed diets are an alternative option, but around 30% of dogs may still be allergic to the base protein even though it has been ‘broken up’ to avoid recognition by the immune system. Some pets may also be allergic to components other than the primary protein – the carbohydrate source, or sometimes even the reaction products (Maillard reaction products or MRPs). We’ll take a look at some recent studies into alternate diet types (raw/cooked/kibble) to help you decide on the most practical and effective option for your dog.

Pre-booking is highly recommended - LIVE has been chosen instead of pre-recorded so that there are opportunities for questions, but it does mean that places ARE limited to ensure that everyone can ask questions if they need to.

(Please note - whilst there will be plenty of time for questions, please remember that (as I am not your dog’s own vet) I can only discuss general options and cannot make specific recommendations for your companion)

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Vet Help! My Dog has Liver Disease! RECORDING

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Vet, Help! – My Dog Has….. Liver Disease

An Online Course to help you gain a deeper understanding of common causes of Liver Disease in Dogs, Common Treatment options and Dietary Management.

Online Seminar Monday 9th November 2020 6-9pm BST
(Watch later is available via Google Drive Link after the Seminar Date)

£32, includes seminar slides sent to you in PDF.

Who is this course for?

This course is primarily intended to provide further information on specific conditions to owners, but other pet and veterinary professionals are also welcome.

What is the Seminar About? 

There are many causes of liver disease in dogs and it can be challenging to understand what the implications are for you and your companion. Different conditions can have very different prognosis and in this talk I hope to discuss some of the most common reasons for liver enzymes to be up and what this might mean.

Many owners want to take a more active and knowledgeable role in their dog's health. This course is designed to help you do this by giving you as much information as possible on how we diagnose and treat chronic liver conditions, in particular the options for dietary management.

Topics we will cover: 

  • So many causes of ‘liver disease…’ - What do these names mean?
  • Breed predisposition – A discussion of hereditary liver diseases including liver shunts and copper storage disease.

What do the tests mean?

  • Does a rise in liver enzymes necessarily mean there is liver disease?
  • Xrays, Ultrasound, Exploratory laparotomy and biopsies
  • Further imaging? (CT and MRI)

Secondary issues associated with liver disease

  • Liver disease in association with IBD and Pancreatitis (Triaditis)
  • Hepatic Encephalopathy
  • The gall bladder
  • Clotting disorders

Dietary Management of Liver Disease

  • Discussion of most common products on the market for liver disease
  • Protein source and protein % - when to reduce protein and how much?
  • Fibre?
  • Differing vitamin and mineral requirements
  • Copper restriction in different hepatic conditions.
  • Zinc and it’s wide-reaching effects on the liver
  • Antioxidants
  • Clotting disorders and vitamin K?
  • The unenviable challenge of balancing a homemade diet for liver disease.
  • The extra challenge of young, active or growing dogs with liver shunts...

Attending live means that you will be able to ask questions at the time. Question and answer session be unavailable if you are watching the seminar after the date although you will still have access to the recording of the Q and A session which is likely to still contain useful information 🙂 

A link will be available to watch after the seminar date for those who are unable to attend on the night. 

Please note - whilst there will be plenty of time for questions on the LIVE date, remember that (as I am not your dog’s own vet) I can only discuss general options and cannot make specific recommendations for your companion.

 

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