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New resources from the WSAVA’s Global Educational Partners
Date: 8/2/2017

Are you up to date with hereditary disease? Enhance your knowledge with these resources from our educational partners.

Inside the WSAVA
Date: 8/2/2017

Meet Gregg Takashima, DVM, Co-chair, WSAVA Global Nutrition Committee.

Small prey species' behaviour and welfare – are you up to speed?
Date: 8/2/2017

In a review article published in the Journal of Small Animal Practice (JSAP), Dr Anne McBride provides insight into the environments of small prey mammals kept as pets and provides practical suggestions for welfare provision both in the veterinary clinic and day-to-day management by owners.

Recipient of WSAVA One Health Award announced
Date: 8/2/2017

Congratulations to the Blue Dog Programme for helping to keep children safe around dogs!

Recipient of WSAVA, Hill’s Next Generation Award announced
Date: 8/2/2017

Congratulations to Dr Luba Gancheva for her work to develop the profession in Eastern Europe!

WSAVA Congress Update
Date: 8/2/2017

Discounts on registration are available until 13 September – don’t miss out!

Member Spotlight
Date: 8/2/2017

Meet the American Veterinary Medical Association

Postintubation tracheal tears in cats
Date: 6/30/2017

An inadvertent tracheal tear can follow a routine procedure that requires anesthesia with sometimes devastating consequences. Criticalist Jane E. Quandt, DVM, MS, DACVAA, DACVECC, University of Georgia, explains how attention to endotracheal tube size, cuff inflation, and patient positioning can help prevent this life-threatening problem—and how to diagnose and treat it when it does occur.