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Below are just some of the webinars available to our members or can be purchased individually

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Clinical approach to the pruritic dog

Dr. White

Pruritus is the most common reason that owners seek veterinary care for their dog’s skin. This lecture will include obtaining a relevant history, clues to look for on the physical examination, appropriate diagnostic tests, and a review of various treatments, both specific and non-specific.

Dr. White has worked as a veterinary dermatologist for 3 decades, becoming a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Dermatology in 1983. A graduate of UC Davis, he did his internship and residency at Davis as well. He has held faculty positions at Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine and Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, before joining the School of Veterinary Medicine at University of California at Davis as a full Professor in 1998. He has also been staff dermatologist at Angell Memorial Animal Hospital in Boston, twice a sabbatical professor at the Ecole National Vétérinaire de Nantes, France, and a Clinical Teaching Locum at the Atlantic Veterinary College on Prince Edward Island, Canada. Dr. White has lectured throughout the USA, Canada, Europe, and Asia. His areas of major interests include cutaneous manifestations of systemic disease, non-steroidal therapy of auto-immune disease, equine dermatology, rabbit/rodent dermatology, and congenital skin disease.

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The changing face of canine pyoderma – New strategies for control

ANTHONY CHADWICK

I remember Mike Willard telling me about how a lot of what he talked about 15 years ago was now wrong! Fields of science move on and change and this is particularly true when the organism is changing quickly at the same time. 15 years ago, I would have said that culture and sensitivity of the bacteria involved in a case of canine pyoderma was unnecessary. However, with the increase in resistant strains I would now be more routinely performing culture and sensitivity testing. Pyoderma is a common problem in small animal practice and I will be explaining my approach to the dog with pyoderma during this 1 hour lunch and learn webinar kindly sponsored by Animalcare, the makers of Cephacare flavour.

ANTHONY CHADWICK, BVSc, CertVD, MRCVS, qualified from Liverpool in 1990 and gained his certificate in Veterinary Dermatology in 1995. He sees referred pets with skin and endocrine problems since that time as well as running his own practice in Liverpool. In 2010 Anthony sold his practice and set up The Webinar Vet which he started with the sole purpose of answering the urgent need for good quality, easily accessible interactive CPD via the internet. Alongside The Webinar Vet Anthony now also runs SQP Webinars and Pet Webinars.

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Food intolerance and hypersensitivity

Anthony Chadwick

Our very own Anthony Chadwick will be discussing Food intolerance and hypersensitivity

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Otology in the dog & cat A Clinicians approach

Klaus E. Loft

Born and raised in Copenhagen Denmark, Graduated from the Royal Agricultural & Veterinary University in 1999 Started out working in general small animal practice in rural Denmark for a few years before working more exclusively with Dermatology from 2001 at The Regional Small Animal Hospital in Helsingborg, Sweden. Moved in 2003 into an Amanuensis position teaching clinical Dermatology at his Alma mater before starting an official ACVD recognized Dermatology Residency at Michigan State University in 2005. Since 2007 residing in Boston, Massachusetts, USA where he has worked for a large profit referral Hospital (VCA, Shot Shore) in South Boston and in 2011 started up the Angell Dermatology service. Angell is part of the SPCA (Massachusetts SPCA), which celebrates its centennial in 2015. Currently working in a 2-doctor dermatology referral service full time, the service is part of the 65+ Doctor-Hospital. Special interests within dermatology are Feline dermatology and ear diseases and their management in both dogs and cats.

As clinicians we see lots of ear problems every day and we have to deal with the complications and situations caused by these ear problems when our patients are in pain and discomfort. Leading our clients to be concerned with our skills and ability to treat which frustrates us and our staff! Paraphrasing a 6th battle” So I hope this lecture will give a chance to enhance your insight and understanding into ear problems by sharing some of my experiences and techniques I have found to be helpful in managing these patients The ears or the vestibulocochlear organ have many important functions for animals in general. Obviously heavily involved in the transformation of sound and any interference with integrity of the ear canal will have an effect on this ability, our patients rarely express this but rather the discomfort from inflammation, swelling, infection or pain associated with the ear We (the human species) have “successfully” managed to alter the ear design through breeding of specific pheno-typical characteristics such as: hair coats (colour, length and type) the shape and conformation of the head and/or ears. This interference rarely causes ear disease directly, but as we can take some of the blame for the ear problems our pets endure as the changes often delay or mask detection of symptoms. Since the ear and surrounding zone have proven to be a “hot zone” for allergic skin disease symptoms and hence forth create an area rich in opportunities for clinicians to manage and treat.

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Happy birthday to me! An interactive meeting on shampoos

Anthony Chadwick

It was requested in our annual survey to do a talk on shampoos and other topical treatments. Anthony will discuss the products he uses on a regular basis and what indications these products can be used for. Topical therapy is becoming more important as we begin to have more resistant microbes developing. Anthony Chadwick qualified in 1990 from LiverpoolUniversity and gained his Certificate in Veterinary Dermatology in 1995. He has seen referred pets with skin and endocrine problems since that time as well as running his own practice in Liverpool which he sold in 2010 when launching The Webinar Vet.

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The pathophysiology of Canine Atopic Dermatitis

Tim Nuttall

Dr Tim Nuttall will discuss the Pathophysiology of Canine Atopic Dermatitis: New paradigms for treatment

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Dermatology of Rabbits and Rodents

Stephen D White

Common skin diseases of rabbits and rodents will be discussed, especially in regards to the 4 main reasons these animals are presented to the veterinarian: pruritus, alopecia, scaling, and nodules. Treatment options will be reviewed as well.

Dr. White has worked as a veterinary dermatologist for 3 decades, becoming a Diplomate of the AmericanCollege of Veterinary Dermatology in 1983. A graduate of UC Davis, he did his internship and residency at Davis as well. He has held faculty positions at Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine and Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, before joining the School of Veterinary Medicine at University of California at Davis as a full Professor in 1998. He has also been staff dermatologist at AngellMemorialAnimalHospital in Boston, twice a sabbatical professor at the Ecole National Vétérinaire de Nantes, France, and a Clinical Teaching Locum at the AtlanticVeterinaryCollege on Prince Edward Island, Canada. Dr. White has lectured throughout the USA, Canada, Europe, and Asia. His areas of major interests include cutaneous manifestations of systemic disease, non-steroidal therapy of auto-immune disease, equine dermatology, rabbit/rodent dermatology, and congenital skin disease.

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Unusual case studies in dermatology

Anthony Chadwick

Anthony will go over some less well known conditions using his own cases to demonstrate diagnosis and treatment tips. Anthony Chadwick qualified in 1990 from Liverpool University and gained his Certificate in Veterinary Dermatology in 1995. He has seen referred pets with skin and endocrine problems since that time as well as running his own practice in Liverpool which he sold in 2010 when launching The Webinar Vet.

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An update on demodicosis

Anthony Chadwick

Anthony Chadwick will discuss the aetiopathogenesis of the disease as well as treatment options.

Responsible use of antimicrobials and effective treatment of canine pyoderma

Prof David Lloyd

Professor Lloyd is a former President of the European Society of Veterinary Dermatology, the European College of Veterinary Dermatology and the Veterinary Wound Healing Association, and founding editor of the journal Veterinary Dermatology. Professor Lloyd’s research interests are focused on cutaneous infection and immune responses in companion and farm animals with special interest in colonisation, transmission and pathogenesis of infection by staphylococci, including the emergence of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus in domestic animals, antimicrobial resistance and yeasts of the genus Malassezia

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Effective treatment of canine otitis externa

Prof David Lloyd

Professor Lloyd is a former President of the European Society of Veterinary Dermatology, the European College of Veterinary Dermatology and the Veterinary Wound Healing Association, and founding editor of the journal Veterinary Dermatology. Professor Lloyd’s research interests are focused on cutaneous infection and immune responses in companion and farm animals with special interest in colonisation, transmission and pathogenesis of infection by staphylococci, including the emergence of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus in domestic animals, antimicrobial resistance and yeasts of the genus Malassezia

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Pathogenesis of canine otitis externa

Prof David Lloyd

Professor Lloyd is a former President of the European Society of Veterinary Dermatology, the European College of Veterinary Dermatology and the Veterinary Wound Healing Association, and founding editor of the journal Veterinary Dermatology. Professor Lloyd’s research interests are focused on cutaneous infection and immune responses in companion and farm animals with special interest in colonisation, transmission and pathogenesis of infection by staphylococci, including the emergence of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus in domestic animals, antimicrobial resistance and yeasts of the genus Malassezia

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Atopic dermatitis – an update

Prof David Lloyd

Professor Lloyd is a former President of the European Society of Veterinary Dermatology, the European College of Veterinary Dermatology and the Veterinary Wound Healing Association, and founding editor of the journal Veterinary
Dermatology.

Professor Lloyd’s research interests are focused on cutaneous infection and immune responses in companion and farm animals with special interest in colonisation, transmission and pathogenesis of infection by staphylococci, including the
emergence of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus in domestic animals, antimicrobial resistance and yeasts of the genus Malassezia

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New things I learnt at World Congress of Veterinary Dermatology 2012

Anthony Chadwick

Anthony Chadwick will discuss what he learnt at the World Congress of Veterinary Dermatology 2012 in Vancouver.

Anthony Chadwick qualified in 1990 from Liverpool University and gained his Certificate in Veterinary Dermatology in 1995. He has seen referred pets with skin and endocrine problems since that time as well as running The Webinar Vet.

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Class IV Laser Therapy – A New Field of Therapy for Vets and their Pets

Stephen Barabas

This webinar is aimed not at the physicist or biomedical scientist, but at the general veterinary practitioner and nurse. The aim is to give an overview of what, how and when Class IV laser therapy can be used to aid musculoskeletal and wound healing and pain management for domestic pets, exotics and equine patients in all UK veterinary practices. Presently over 6000 veterinary practices use the Class IV lasers in North American veterinary practices, with a greater number being used in human medical hospitals and rehabilitation centres. Not only will this webinar give you an insight into the science and clinical uses of the Class IV Laser but the impressive economic returns for your veterinary practice.

Stephen Barabas is a graduate of Glasgow University veterinary medicine and zoology faculties. Having worked in mixed practice in the west of England and North Wales he became involved in the 2001 FMD crisis and joined DEFRA in Cumbria helping contain the disease spreading throughout the country.

In 2002 he became the first Technical Manager of VetPlus Limited, a nutraceutical veterinary company based in Lancashire, England. In 2004 he joined Schering-Plough Animal Health UK, and within the year had been moved to their US headquarters in New Jersey, USA. Mr. Barabas was made the Chief Veterinary Officer for HomeAgain LLC, the largest animal-microchipping company in the world. During this time he became interested in using the internet and website to improve customer compliance.

He has set up Animal Oracle Limited a web development company specialising developing IT tools and websites for the pharmaceutical companies and vet practices in the UK and abroad, and in 2010 set up VBS Direct Ltd, a company aimed at providing innovative solutions to help veterinary surgeons and nurses in practice improve their offerings and range of therapies they can provide domestic pet owners. In 2011 VBS Direct started distributing the therapeutic K-Laser within the UK to medical hospitals and veterinary practices.

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Scaling Disorders

Stephen White

Stephen White will discuss Scaling Disorders.

Dr. White has worked as a veterinary dermatologist for 3 decades, becoming a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Dermatology in 1983. A graduate of UC Davis, he did his internship and residency at Davis as well. He has held faculty positions at Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine and Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, before joining the School of Veterinary Medicine at University of California at Davis as a full Professor in 1998. He has also been staff dermatologist at Angell Memorial Animal Hospital in Boston, twice a sabbatical professor at the Ecole National Vétérinaire de Nantes, France, and a Clinical Teaching Locum at the Atlantic Veterinary College on Prince Edward Island, Canada. Dr. White has lectured throughout the USA, Canada, Europe, and Asia. His areas of major interests include cutaneous manifestations of systemic disease, equine dermatology, rabbit/rodent dermatology, non-steroidal therapy of auto-immune disease, and congenital skin disease.

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How to do Dermatology in Practice

Anthony Chadwick

Anthony Chadwick will discuss how to do Dermatology in Practice

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Recent advances in the treatment and control and methicillin-resistant staphylococci

J Scott Weese DVM DVSc DipACVIM

Further, while MRSA often attracts the most attention, methicillin-resistant S. pseudintermedius (MRSP) has emerged at an astounding rate and is now a very important animal health risk. This multidrug resistant bacterium has increased dramatically internationally, particularly as a cause of skin, ear and surgical site infections. Often much more resistant than MRSA, some MRSP infections (especially orthopedic surgery-associated infections) can be very difficult, leading to longterm, expensive, often frustrating and sometimes futile treatment courses. MRSP poses a clear and significant risk to the pet population, similar to the situation with MRSA in humans, and highlights the need for careful attention to patient management, antimicrobial use, infection control and disease surveillance, to try to limit its impact

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Case studies in Feline Dermatology

Anthony Chadwick & Catherine Howard

The large volume of skin cases we see in general practice necessitates a certain level of expertise in all small animal dermatology. With expert advice your experience can evolve into a complete confidence in work-up and management. The advice given in these webinars aims to present dermatology as less of a muddled maze; more an opportunity for you to flex your clinical muscle.

Anthony Chadwick and Catherine Howard will present everyday cases in dermatology and show us how to make significant, spectacular and positive impacts on our patients. Join us on-line and be prepared to ask questions to get the most out of these presentations.

Anthony Chadwick qualified in 1990 from LiverpoolUniversity and gained his Certificate in Veterinary Dermatology in 1995. He has seen referred pets with skin and endocrine problems since that time as well as running his own practice in Liverpool which he sold in 2010 when launching The Webinar Vet.

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Top tips for managing feline allergic skin disease

Dr Tim Nuttall

Do you want to learn more?Then why not join Dr Tim Nuttall for a live webinar on the26th of June at 8pm.

Dr Tim Nuttall graduated from the University of Bristol with degrees in Zoology and Veterinary Science in 1992. After three years in general practice he joined the dermatology service at the University of Edinburgh as a resident, where he gained the RCVS Certificate in Veterinary Dermatology and later studied for a PhD in the immunopathogenesis of canine atopic dermatitis. He joined the University of Liverpool in 2001 as a Lecturer, and since 2004 Senior Lecturer, in Veterinary Dermatology. Tim has established and directs a busy dermatology clinic as well as an active research programme studying atopic dermatitis and microbial infections. Since 2006 he has been Academic Sub-Dean with responsibility for academic standards, professional behaviour and discipline. Tim is the author of over 50 clinical and scientific publications, and has presented over 80 lectures throughout the world on veterinary dermatology, antibacterial therapy and antibacterial resistance. He is also a co-author of the second edition of A Colour Handbook of Skin Diseases of the Dog and Cat. Tim has served on BSAVA, ESVD and DEFRA scientific committees, the International Committee on Atopic Diseases in Animals, is a scientific advisor to the Bella Moss Foundation and is a co-editor of Veterinary Dermatology. In his spare time he enjoys Munro bagging (210 and counting), mountain biking, kayaking and single malt whisky.

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Case studies in Canine Dermatology

Anthony Chadwick & Catherine Howard

The large volume of skin cases we see in general practice necessitates a certain level of expertise in all small animal dermatology. With expert advice your experience can evolve into a complete confidence in work-up and management. The advice given in these webinars aims to present dermatology as less of a muddled maze; more an opportunity for you to flex your clinical muscle.

Anthony Chadwick and Catherine Howard will present everyday cases in dermatology and show us how to make significant, spectacular and positive impacts on our patients. Join us on-line and be prepared to ask questions to get the most out of these presentations.

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Cutaneous Epitheliotropic Lymphoma – are you missing this?

Anthony Chadwick

Epitheliotropic lymphoma is an uncommon cutaneous neoplasm of dogs and cats usually of T lymphocyte origin. It presents in a number of different ways. During the presentation, Anthony will show slides of the various clinical manifestations

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Auto-immune skin diseases in the dog and cat

Prof Stephen White

Auto-immune skin disease is a rare disease of dogs and cats. In this webinar, Professor White will discuss some of the more commoner presentations and ways in which they can be treated.

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Canine Demodicosis

Anthony Chadwick

Presented by Anthony Chadwick

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Equine Bacterial and Fungal Infections

Stephen White DVM DACVD

Presented by Stephen White DVM DACVD

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Equine Genetic and Congenital Skin Diseases

Prof Stephen white

Presented by Stephen White DVM DACVD

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Equine Autoimmune Diseases

Prof Stephen white

Presented by Stephen White DVM DACVD

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How to perform a Dermatology work up and improve your treatment success

Anthony Chadwick

Presented by Anthony Chadwick

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The Pruritic Horse

Stephen White DVM DACVD

Presented by Stephen White DVM DACVD

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MRSA What should the practice team know about it

Tim Nuttall

Meticillin resistant staphylococci in veterinary practice.

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Rational Use of Topical Therapy in Veterinary Dermatology

Anthony Chadwick

topical therapy

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Medical Management of Otitis

Filippo De Bellis

otitis

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Dermatophytosis — A new approach for practitioners

Anthony Chadwick

Presented by Anthony Chadwick

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Atopy Talk

Anthony Chadwick

Presented by Anthony Chadwick

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You are what you eat! Some thoughts on food intolerance/hypersensitivity

Anthony Chadwick

You are what you eat! Some thoughts on food intolerance/hypersensitivity

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Why the dog is a pyoderma waiting to happen and what we should do about it?

Anthony Chadwick

Presented by Anthony Chadwick

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Practical Approaches to Managing Pruritus

Anthony Chadwick

Practical Approaches to Managing Pruritus

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