We’ve got a busy end to the week at The Webinar Vet with some free and paid veterinary CPD for you

This evening , we have part 2 of our Kennel Club series with Aimee Llewellyn , chief geneticist at the Kennel Club, on complex inherited diseases like atopy. The first webinar was last Wednesday and if you haven’t watched it you can view it at

www.thewebinarvet.com/webinar/avoiding-inherited-diseases-its-all-in-the-genes/

To register for this evening’s webinar please go to

www.thewebinarvet.com/kennel-club

Here are just some of the comments from last week’s webinar which was well received by over 300 vets and nurses

it’s 6 am in Queensland and I’m very interested and excited for the next webinar already! thank you for your efforts.  Jameelah

Very interesting webinar – thanks.  Giles

On Thursday, we have 2 webinars. At 7 pm I will be launching our Third International Webinar Vet Virtual Congress to vets across the world. This has become our blue riband event, with almost 600 vets last year registering from 41 countries. We also had a virtual exhibition which was the first of its kind in the veterinary world.

There will be opportunities to win tickets by retweeting our tweets and sharing our Facebook posts and also getting tickets at the launch price. I am very excited about this and hope to see many of you at the launch webinar. One ticket will be awarded to one lucky recipient just by attending so I hope to see you there.

www.theinternationalwebinarvet.com/launchwebinar

At 8.30pm, Chris Byers will be giving his second webinar on IMHA and ITP. This will be concentrating on treatment. This is one of our normal Thursday night platinum webinars. However, as a non-platinum member I am happy to offer you this webinar for £40 plus VAT and I will give you the first webinar on aetiopathogenesis and diagnosis for free

www.thewebinarvet.com/upcoming-webinars/#treatment-of-imha-itp-a-review-of-common-immunomodulatory-therapies

To your veterinary CPD success

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