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Category: Feline (Veterinary Nursing) X

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An Introduction to Feline Behaviour10:00 - 16:006 CPD HoursVenue: CAW LeedsLecturer: Caroline Clark£125 early birdSpaces availableThis course is suitable for Veterinary Surgeons and Nurses, as well as those working with cats in a professional capacity.  It would also suit those with a special interest in developing a more in-depth knowledge of feline behaviour problems.Categories: Animal Care and Behaviour, Behaviour, Veterinary Nursing, Behaviour, Feline, Veterinary Surgeon CPD, Behaviour, FelineFeline Behaviour: Dealing with Challenging Feline Problems10:00 - 16:006 CPD HoursVenue: CAW LeedsLecturer: Caroline Clark£125 early birdSpaces availableThis feline behaviour short course is suitable for both Veterinary Surgeons and Nurses, as well as those working with cats in a professional capacity; who already have some knowledge of the species.Categories: Animal Care and Behaviour, Veterinary Nursing, Behaviour, Feline, Veterinary Surgeon CPD, Behaviour, FelineMicrochip Implantation Refresher for Veterinary NursesOnline course12 CPD Hours£25This online learning course is aimed at registered and student veterinary nurses who are tasked with implanting microchips into dogs, cats, rabbits or ferrets under the direction of a veterinary surgeon.Categories: Veterinary Nursing, Feline, Student RevisionParasiticides for cats and dogs: kitten wormingOnline course0.5 CPD Hours£20The cat roundworm Toxocara cati is an intestinal nematode with ubiquitous presence in the UK.  It can cause significant disease in kittens and can be transmitted to humans to cause toxocariasis, an important zoonosis. Roundworm control is the most important consideration in kitten parasite management.Categories: Veterinary Nursing, Feline, Medical NursingParasiticides for cats and dogs: adult catsOnline course1 CPD Hours£20Control of parasites in cats is a key responsibility for veterinary professionals. The area is complicated because therapy must be suited to each cat, there is an overwhelmingly large choice of parasiticide products on the market and very intense promotional activity by drug companies. The aim of this module is to help veterinary professionals use parasiticides rationally. It covers the five main parasites that affect cats in the UK and the parasiticide drugs used to treat them, and outlines the different approaches to parasite control.Categories: Veterinary Nursing, Feline, Medical Nursing