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Each CE lesson includes articles, videos, or webinars on a particular topic, from cardiology to client communication. Pass the lesson quiz to earn your CE.
How can I make sure I am using antimicrobials judiciously in my patients? Dive into appropriate antibiotic use for a wide range of infections, along with an overview of culture & susceptibility reports.
Review common cytologic findings of lymph node aspirates and learn appropriate dosing, mechanisms of action, and adverse events associated with drugs used to manage lymphoma.
Perplexed by parvo? Delve into the details in this comprehensive course on the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of canine parvovirus.
Is that patient’s forelimb lameness the result of musculoskeletal damage, or is the cause neurological? Diagnose with confidence after taking this CE course.
Veterinary professionals provide care all day long, sometimes at the expense of their own health and wellbeing. Take this lesson to learn practical ways to practice self-compassion and manage stress.
Feeling stressed and exhausted at work, or know a teammate who is? Solve and prevent burnout with practical tips for stress management and work–life balance in this CE experience.
Improve patient care and team member wellbeing by setting boundaries and overcoming perfectionism and imposter syndrome.
When presented with an array of clinical signs compatible with hyperadrenocorticism, clinicians must decide when and how to test for this disease. Test your knowledge of all things Cushing’s.
Start with nasal discharge and work your way to nasal planum disease in this CE course covering nasal issues in dogs and cats.
It's frustrating when infections recur after cessation of antibiotic treatment. Take this course to learn how to help “idiopathic recurrent pyoderma patients” with these options to prevent and manage recurrence.
From pancreatitis to atopic dermatitis, nutrition can be the key to a successful treatment plan. Follow these cases to learn how a multimodal approach that incorporates nutrition can lead to improved patient care.
Although many veterinarians recognize the importance of kidney diets, client compliance can be a challenge in getting patients back to normal. Take this quiz to overcome obstacles with P and PTH in CKD.
Want calmer patients and less stressful exams? Implementing Fear Free is easier than you think. Get started with this course.
When it comes to maintaining joint health, safety and convenience can matter as much as effectiveness. Take this course to learn the science behind UC-II as an alternative to glucosamine and chondroitin.
Watch as Dr. Landsberg explores risk factors for cognitive dysfunction, available pharmacological treatment for CDS, nutrition for CDS, and more.
Simply avoiding allergens is not always possible. Take this course to learn how hyposensitization therapy aims to reprogram the immune system to prevent overreaction to specific allergens.
Itchy pets are one of the most common reasons for examination room visits. Learn how incorporating allergy testing into standard examination visits can provide faster relief to pets (and owners).
One of the most common reasons for treatment failure of any condition is poor owner compliance—and allergic disease is no different. Take this course to improve team education, client communication, and follow-up.
Treatment of canine epilepsy can still include side effects and other factors that impact canine quality of life. Take this lesson to learn which antiepileptic drugs have the highest efficacy.