CHF and VetVine Webinar Series
The AKC Canine Health Foundation and VetVine have teamed up to offer webinars on canine health topics. These webinars feature leaders in the field of veterinary health research and offer practical advice on common health concerns, as well as information on cutting-edge research to benefit our dogs.
The webinars feature a presentation, followed by a question and answer session if time permits. Each webinar is recorded and can be watched on demand from a computer or mobile device. All webinars require registration through VetVine.
Register today for one of our upcoming programs or watch a past webinar on demand!
Webinars available On Demand
Cognitive and Emotional Development in Assistance Dog Puppies December 1, 2022
Over the past decade there has been a revolution in our understanding of canine cognition, and previous work has demonstrated a link between individual differences in cognition to working dog performance in adults
Pain sensitivity in dogs of different breeds: What do we know, and what do we believe? August 10, 2022
Our understanding and awareness of the relationship between behavior and pain has grown over the years, and more recently work has been done to investigate pain sensitivity in dogs of different breeds, including how we measure it.
Cancer Attributable to Infection? June 8, 2022
What we know about the genus Bartonella and its role in the development of hemangiosarcoma in dogs
DON’T SKIP LEG DAY: THE IMPORTANCE OF MEDIAL CRURAL FASCIA WHEN RECOVERING FROM A TPLO December 7, 2021
Is there a way we can preserve this medial fascia and improve outcomes following TPLO surgery in dogs?
HOW TO ESTABLISH THC DIAGNOSIS IN THE EMERGENCY ROOM September 14, 2021
Discuss THC metabolism in dogs, the common clinical presentation and progression of THC toxicosis, and the work we have done to determine the ideal sample for detection of acute THC exposure in clinical canine patients.
Help Future Generations of Dogs
Participate in canine health research by providing samples or by enrolling in a clinical trial. Samples are needed from healthy dogs and dogs affected by specific diseases.