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!
Canine Liver Disease: Clinical Relevancy
Presented by Dr. Stephanie Shropshire and Dr. Tarini Ullal
Hosted by VetCetera; Registration coming soon
8:00 PM ET, October 25, 2023
Webinars available On Demand
ADDRESSING THE SPAY / NEUTER CONUNDRUM IN DOGS: SOME BREED-SPECIFIC AND BODY SIZE-SPECIFIC GUIDELINES October 7, 2020
Suggestions will be offered for deriving guidelines for breeds not covered by the findings with the intention of offering a “handbook” for veterinarians wishing to guide clients in making spay / neuter decisions, breeders wishing to advise clients, and for those wishing to adopt a puppy.
MANAGEMENT OF CANINE PYOMETRA September 15, 2020
This presentation will provide an overview of pyometra in the bitch, as well as discuss recent research.
Transmission cycle of the Chagas disease parasite, clinical abnormalities that can be seen in infected dogs, how to identify the triatomine "kissing bug" insects that serve as vectors, and how to differentiate triatomines from other 'look-alike' insect species.
BIOMARKERS OF CANINE CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE June 16, 2020
A review of the currently available tests for kidney disease diagnosis and monitoring in dogs.
RECENT ADVANCES IN CANCER IMMUNOTHERAPY May 13, 2020
The current status and research in the area of cancer immunotherapy for dogs
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.