Veterinary CE Webinars
Earn free CE credit and learn about nutrition from the comfort of your own home. Each webinar will be brought to you by Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diets or the Purina Institute, and will feature a new topic and expert speaker.
Watch past webinars now or register to stream upcoming live webinars – all free! Webinars will take place Wednesdays at 8 pm EST/5 pm PST.
Adverse Food Reactions: Using Diet To Your Advantage
Dr. Alison Manchester, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM)
In this webinar, Dr. Manchester will discuss how to recognize chronic GI patients likely to improve with dietary therapy, next steps and much more.
Harnessing The Power Of Fiber To Manage Diarrhea In Dogs & Cats
Dr. Valerie Parker, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM), DACVN
In this webinar, Dr. Parker discusses how to quantify fiber and different situations in which fiber supplementation may prove useful in controlling stool quality.
The Clinical Importance Of Managing Hydration In Cats
Dr. Andrew H. Sparkes
BVetMed PhD DipECVIM MANZCVS MRCVS
In this webinar, Dr. Sparkes discusses why optimizing hydration can be particularly important in cats with diseases that predispose water loss.
Advances In The Monitoring Of Diabetes Mellitus In Small Animals
Dr. Deb Greco
DVM, PhD, DACVIM
In this webinar, Dr. Greco discusses the various techniques available to monitor diabetic patients and the advantages and disadvantages of each.
The Big Three: Fear, Anxiety And Stress
Dr. Lisa Radosta
In this webinar, Dr. Rodosta discusses how fear, anxiety, and stress affect overall health and well-being, and how to approach these cases in clinical practice.
Wound Healing: Reckoning With The Past, Understanding The Present, And Creating The Future For A More Inclusive Veterinary Profession
Dr. Courtney Campbell
In this webinar, Dr. Courtney Campbell discusses the benefits of a diverse and inclusive veterinary profession and how to effect change.
New Insights Into Canine Epilepsy Management
Dr. Holger Volk
DVM, PGCAP, PhD, DECVM, FHEA, MRCVS
Dr. Holger Volk discusses the nutritional options in the management of canine epileptic patients, which antiepleptic drugs have the highest efficacy, and how treatment of canine epilepsy can still include side effects and other factors that impact canine quality of life.