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Building Bonds and Business: The Role of Puppy Preschool in Veterinary Success
  • Wednesday 6th March
  • 7:30 pm AEDT
  • Online

Building Bonds and Business: The Role of Puppy Preschool in Veterinary Success

Tania Gover Join our upcoming digital webinar tailored for veterinary practices, focusing on the successful integration of Puppy Preschool programs into your business model. This webinar will delve into how such ...  < show less

Join our upcoming digital webinar tailored for veterinary practices, focusing on the successful integration of Puppy Preschool programs into your business model. This webinar will delve into how such programs not only enhance client retention and loyalty but also play a crucial role in staff development. We will share actionable insights and strategies to leverage Puppy Preschool as a service that benefits your clients, their pets, and your team, fostering a thriving veterinary practice. Discover the keys to unlocking the potential of early canine education and its positive ripple effects on your business's growth and reputation.

Tania Gover Assoc.Dip.App.Sc. VN | Business Development Manager: Crampton Consulting Group 

Tania has over 20 years’ experience within the veterinary industry, including 10 years of Practice Management and being a Business Development Manager with Provet and over 5 years as a Senior Consultant with CCG. Tania has a passion for all aspects of Veterinary business with special interest in business financials, inventory, workflow efficiency systems, leadership, and customer experience. This combined with her positive, proactive and enthusiastic style, makes her a well-respected and sought-after advisor and trainer.



Rethinking our Clinical Approach to Canine Bacterial Pneumonia
  • Wednesday 17th April
  • 8:00 pm AEST
  • Online

Rethinking our Clinical Approach to Canine Bacterial Pneumonia

Dr Carol Reinero Our understanding of the role of bacteria in dogs with pneumonia is evolving. Community-acquired and aspiration pneumonia represent two disorders in dogs commonly treated with antimicrobials. Bene...  < show less
Our understanding of the role of bacteria in dogs with pneumonia is evolving. Community-acquired and aspiration pneumonia represent two disorders in dogs commonly treated with antimicrobials. Beneficial bacteria, the microbiota, inhabit the lung and promote health. Bacteria may also transiently gain access to the lung without leading to clinically impactful pneumonia. Thus, presence of bacteria does not necessarily imply causation and understanding this has important treatment implications. This seminar will cover the diagnostic approach to confirming bacterial infection, when antimicrobials are indicated, and what other treatments can be employed.


Dr Carol Reinero DVM, PhD, DACVIM–Small Animal Internal Medicine | Professor, co-Director of the BREATHE (Bringing REspiration and Aerodigestion Toward HEalth) Clinic, and Director, Comparative Internal Medicine Laboratory - University of Missouri 

Dr. Reinero received her DVM from the University of California-Davis. She completed a Small Animal Medicine and Surgery Rotating Internship at Texas A&M University and returned to UC Davis to complete a Small Animal Internal Medicine Residency and a PhD in Immunology. She is currently a Professor and the Director of the Comparative Internal Medicine Laboratory at the University of Missouri-Columbia. She is also the co-Founder and co-Director of the BREATHE (Bringing REspiration and Aerodigestion Towards HEalth) Clinic. Dr. Reinero has spoken nationally and internationally on respiratory diseases in small animals and has published close to 150 peer reviewed scientific manuscripts. Her research includes investigations of novel diagnostics and therapeutics for feline asthma and the canine and feline respiratory microbiome.


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