- Webinar recorded on Tue 22nd November, 2016
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Adrenal disease is now a common problem in pet ferrets. Studies have shown this to be linked to surgical neutering. Given that tferrets are a commonly kept pet it is important for practitioners to not only recognise and treat adrenal disease, but also to give advice on breeding control that will also prevent this problem.
RCVS Advanced Practitioner in Zoological Medicine. Qualified from the Royal Veterinary College in 1990 and gained RCVS Certificate in Zoological Medicine in 2000. Co-Director of a small animal/ exotics practice in Andover, Hampshire with a 100% avian/ exotics/ small mammal caseload- referral and first opinion. Consultant to five zoological collections, a commercial laboratory andthe Great Bustard Reintroduction project. Co-editor of two texts on avian medicine, one on rabbit surgery and co-author of a textbook of tortoise medicine. Author of various book chapters and papers on a range of species. Chairman of European Association of Avian Veterinarians and oneditorial board of the Journal of Exotic Pet Medicine. Vice-President of the British Small Animal Veterinary Association