Here’s our regular rundown of new and notable veterinary products.
Human Animal Bond Certified 2.0
Veterinary certification course
This latest version of the course, which originally launched in 2018, offers veterinarians, veterinary nurses, and practice managers the necessary resources to engage with clients through the communication and science of the human-animal bond. It features three, 8-hour modules for a more manageable, tiered system and covers relevant topics. The modules focus on science, communication, animal wellness, medical care, community engagement, and beyond to maintain a positive human-animal bond.
BluePearl Urgent Track
Virtual training programs
These virtual programs offered through BluePearl Specialty and Emergency Pet Hospital enable veterinarians to leverage and expand their clinical skill set, with the choice to guide their career path into 1 of 2 directions: urgent care or emergency medicine. The tracks offer virtual modules so veterinarians can gain the skills to work their first urgent care or emergency medicine shift confidently.
ElleVet Hemp Feline Complete Paste
Proprietary complete-spectrum hemp support
ElleVet’s Feline Complete Paste helps relieve joint discomfort, stress, and offers neuro support. This paste is the only feline hemp product that has been proven safe in a long-term safety study. The chicken liver-flavored paste is available in a convenient dial-a-dose syringe, and each box contains 2 syringes.
VETERINARY HPM Pet Nutrition
Nutritional line for spayed and neutered pets
This line is uniquely created to meet the needs of spayed and neutered cats and dogs, addressing decreasing metabolism rates associated with these procedures, and thus preventing obesity. Each of the following 6 formulas of Veterinary HPM Spay and Neuter Pet Food are customized to meet specific nutritional needs by species, age, and size:
- Junior Cat Food
- Adult Cat Food
- Small and Toy Junior Dog Food
- Small and Toy Adult Dog Food
- Large and Medium Junior Dog Food
- Large and Medium Adult Dog Food
AAEP Infectious Disease Guidelines: Equine Piroplasmosis
Comprehensive information on Equine Piroplasmosis
The American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) published these guidelines to help veterinarians with detecting, controlling, and preventing Equine Piroplasmosis (EP). EP is a tick-borne or blood-borne protozoal disease of equids. The guidelines include a definition of EP, clinical signs, risk factors, diagnostic and treatment methods, and more. They were reviewed and approved by the AAEP Infectious Disease Committee and board of directors.
Standing CT Scanner for horses
CT scanner for horses
The Standing Equine Leg CT offers safe, effective, and affordable advanced equine imaging. It features a low, flat platform for quick, efficient entry and exit for the standing sedated horse so general anesthesia is not required. Plus, the scanner collects 3D images in just 60-second scan times to get more than a conventional radiograph. Minimal setup and running costs enable you to provide advanced imaging at an affordable price to clients.