Free Webinar On The Importance Of A Healthy Canine Intestinal Microbiome - 10.30 Am On Wednesday 17 June 2020
The next webinar in Animalcare’s Tea-Time Training series will focus on the Canine Intestinal Microbiome and is led by Dr Shea Beasley, Product Development Manager at Vetcare Ltd. It will be available at 10.30 am on Wednesday 17 June and will explore the importance of the canine intestinal microbiome, not just on digestive health but also on the overall health and well-being of dogs.
Dr Beasley is the creator of Animalcare’s ProcanicareTM, the first bacterial GI support product developed from the intestinal bacteria of healthy dogs. Delegates attending ‘live’ will receive a free pot of Procanicare*.
Tea-Time Training was launched by Animalcare in April to support vets and nurses keen to keep up their CPD, whether at home or in their practice. The webinars are short, free, refresher-style training sessions, designed to be enjoyed over a cup of tea.
To register for ‘The Canine Intestinal Microbiome,’ visit https://mailchi.mp/animalcare/tea-time-training.
Each webinar is recorded and available for viewing 24/7 via the Animalcare Learning Alliance on the company’s online Practice Assistance Centre, The PAC. A range of other free webinars, including ‘4 Essentials for Successful Pet Microchipping’ and a six-part series on fluid therapy, and other resources are also available on The PAC.
* (1) UK attendees only (2) Must work for a veterinary practice that has an account with a mainstream UK veterinary wholesaler (3) One free 30g pot per practice
NOTE TO EDITORS
Since 1988, Animalcare has been committed to leading in animal health through innovative and trusted products and services to support the veterinary profession. We offer a wide range of animal health products, pet welfare products, practice equipment and identichip® and identibase® - helping reunite lost pets with their owners. We take pride in delivering outstanding customer service and in our responsiveness to customer needs.
A sustainable and passionate organisation, we care about the well-being of animals and the positive impact that healthy animals have on their owners and society.
11 June 2020
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