24 July 2019 20:00 - 24 July 2019 22:00
Holiday Inn, Gatwick, Povey Cross Road, Gatwick Surrey, RH6 0BA
Perianal disease is a disease poorly described in text books and yet is one of the most common problems seen in primary care practice. This session will hope to try and answer some of the difficult questions. What causes dogs to scoot on their bottoms? How can I assess recurrent anal gland disease and how should I treat it? When should anal glands be removed? How can I manage anal furunculosis on a budget? When is perianal pruritus allergy and when is it something else? Come along and we hope bottoms will never be so bothersome again!
Speaker: Sue Paterson MA VetMB DVD DipECVD MRCVS
This course is intended for Veterinary Surgeons
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