Upcoming events

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Layla Merritt

January 22nd 7pm AEDT(Melbourne/Sydney time)

The Introduction to Wound Care and Management in the Flying Fox-1CPD

Introducing the care and treatment of wound management in the flying fox, where their unique anatomy and metabolic physiology may not always follow the general principles of wound care found in other species. From entanglements to electrocutions, wing membrane damage is the most common trauma presented to wildlife rehabilitators and wildlife veterinarians across Australia. Learning correct skills and techniques in the management of wounds may increase chances of successful rehabilitation and the eventual release back to the wild.

$44 Non Members

$33 Silver members

FREE Gold members

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Dr Sasha Herbert

 

January 29th 7pm AEDT(Melbourne/Sydney time)

Tips and Tricks for Sample Collection in Guinea Pigs

A guide to collection of blood, urine, skin samples and nasal and ocular discharges, the clinical signs that indicate collection of these samples, tests that can be performed on them, methods of restraint of the patient and techniques for getting the most out of small samples.

Not available in the US or Canada

$44 Non Members

$33 Silver members

FREE Gold members

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Pauline Nijman

February 5th 5pm AEDT(Melbourne/Sydney time)

Nursing Penguins-1CPD

Penguins and sea birds can be among the trickiest customers to care for if you are unfamiliar with them. Along with standard wildlife nursing care there are specific considerations when nursing penguins that can help mitigate stress and prevent secondary complications, such as loss of waterproofing and pododermatitis. This webinar looks at nursing penguins, from handling, feeding, anaesthetic considerations, surgical prepping and preparation for release

$44 Non Members

$33 Silver members

FREE Gold members