Canine Hypothyroidism and Hypoadrenocorticism

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A low T4 doesn’t necessarily mean your dog is hypothyroid!

Canine Cushing’s: Should you just test until the result is positive?

Date: Tuesday 26th of March 2019

Venue: BattLab, The Venture Centre, University of Warwick Science Park,

Sir William Lyons Road, Coventry CV4 7EZ (Free parking)

Speaker: Markus Rick, DVM, PhD,

 Michigan State University, USA


19:15-19:45 - Light refreshment

19:45-21:30 - Seminar

Additional Information:

This seminar is open to all veterinarians and is free of charge.

First come, first served. We ask for your understanding that the number of participants is limited (with a maximum of 3 vets per practice).

Registration before the seminar is absolutely necessary.


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26 Mar 2019 Batt Laboratories Limited, Coventry

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