Managing GI Disease in the Dog and Cat - What's New?

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About the course

This interactive case-based course, will review the current understanding of the commonly encountered GI diseases in dogs and cats and link this to the evidence behind the most appropriate treatments for each condition. The course is particularly aimed at primary care practitioners with an interest in small animal medicine and focus on the approach
to such cases, including identifying the salient problems, formulate differential diagnosis lists and develop diagnostic plans. An important
aspect of the day will be to discuss treatment strategies that can be achieved without a referral. Delegate interaction will ensure that everyone
participates in the decision-making process – a key learning objective for the course.


**Course includes FREE on the day zoo entry**

Speaker: Mark Dunning MA VetMB PhD
CertSAM DipECVIM-CA MRCVS

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