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The BIG Impact of a SMALL TICK: Lyme disease and the Black-legged Tick

by Beckie Mossor, RVT / December 14, 2021

This course gives veterinary technicians a thorough overview of how to identify the black-legged tick, where it’s found in the United States,and what environments it prefers to inhabit. With a focus on tick questing habits and the transmission of Lyme disease, this webinar educates on how to communicate best with clients to encourage the uptake of year-round methods of control and prevention.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Identify the black-legged tick based on its physical features.
  2. Understand the life cycle of the black-legged tick and how it relates to dogs.
  3. Locate where the black-legged tick is in the United States and how it acts over different seasons.
  4. Learn about Lyme disease transmission and how it can be prevented.

*Live session is RACE Approved for 1 hour of CE

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Beating Pet Obesity: A Pathway to Healthier Living

by Dr. Amy Karls / February 8, 2022

Learning objectives:

  1. overview of the pet obesity epidemic
  2. understanding obesity as a disease, along with its associated comorbidities
  3. diagnosing and treating obesity
  4. effectively discussing pet obesity with clients

*Live session is RACE Approved for 1 hour of CE

Recorded Webinars

The ABCs and 123s of the CBC

Dr. Denise Wunn, DVM, MS, DACVP, MRCVS / November 16, 2021

The Latest Standards of Joint Supplements – Get Moving with Science

Kara Burns, MS, M.Ed., LVT, VTS (Nutrition) / June 24, 2021

ARM: Attracting, Retaining and Motivating Veterinary Talent in Today’s HR Marketplace

Dr. Taylor Tillery, DVM / July 22, 2021

The Latest Standards of Joint Supplements – Get Moving with Science

Kara Burns, MS, M.Ed., LVT, VTS (Nutrition) / June 24, 2021

Vet Techs in Hospice Care

Rebecca Rose, CVT / June 22, 2021

When Being the Worst Makes You First: The Art of Triage

Courtney Waxman, MS, CVT, RVT, VTS (ECC) / October 17, 2020

Simple Solutions in Self-Care

Mary Berg and Rebecca Rose / October 12, 2020

The New “Abnormal”: The Next Stage of Practice with Covid-19

Leslie Boudreau, BASVT, RVTg, CVPM, PHR, PHRca, SPHR and Elaine Myers, MS, RVT, CVPM

Feedback on Model Scope of Practice Language

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Differentiating 2yr vs 4yr Vet Tech degrees

Dr. James Lloyd

Gaining Dental Compliance in Your Practice

Mary Berg, BS, RLATG, RVT, VTS (Dentistry)

Healthy Workplace Boundaries; Imperative for Self-Care and Career Success

Rebecca Rose, CVT

Evidence-Based CPR: The RECOVER Guidelines

Kenichiro Yagi, MS, RVT, VTS (ECC, SAIM)

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