Large Animal CE Courses

Select from a variety of relevant topics with downloadable notes for cattle, sheep, goats, llamas, alpacas, camels, pigs, poultry and related species. Tailor a program of topics that meets your needs and only pay for what you use. This is CE on your terms, in your time. Each session provides 1 hour of RACE-approved continuing education for veterinarians and veterinary technicians; don’t forget to take the 5 question quiz after viewing the module to receive credit. We look forward to putting information in your hands that you can use tomorrow.

$35

Course 01: Anthelmintic Drug Selection and Use

The goal of this session is to review the characteristics of each drug and class that matter clinically. It will include information impacting all the ruminant species.

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 1

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$35

Course 02: Field Intervention for Scouring Calves

This session covers clinical assessment and development of an effective treatment plan for the individual calf when diagnostic capabilities are limited by geography or economics.

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 1

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$35

Course 03: Local Anesthetic Techniques in Ruminants

This is a review of the most common local and regional anesthetic blocks needed for procedures in ruminants, including blocking for horns, eyes, flanks, feet, and the pelvis.

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 1

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$35

Course 04: Retained Fetal Membranes

This module will provide the evidence for and against the various therapies used and provide guidance for decision making for individual cases.

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 1

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$35

Course 05: Liver Fluke Associated Disease

I’ll cover what you need to know about the common flukes, as well as the clostridial diseases they help induce.

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 1

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$35

Course 06: BVD in Cow Calf Operations

A case of BVD in a cow-calf herd is presented that features the most significant hallmarks of the disease. Diagnostic strategy and test interpretation is covered as we work through this herd.

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 1

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$35

Course 07: Herd-Level Approach to Small Ruminant Parasites

This session is all about how to go into a herd, evaluate management, and begin to solve the problem. Although the focus here is sheep and goats, these principles apply to any species, particularly those where Hemonchus is Public Enemy #1.

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 1

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$35

Course 08: Decision Making for the Urinary Obstructed Small Ruminant

This session will outline a diagnostic approach that gets to prognosis and treatment options quickly while making the best use of owner finances.

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 1

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$35

Course 09: What Do We Know About Urolithiasis Prevention?

This session will go stepwise through assessing the risk for animals on the individual operation based on expected (or known) stone type and the new and old standby research into how the most common stone types develop.

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 1

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$35

Course 10: Top Ten Requests from Llama and Alpaca Owners

Here’s what you need to know in a jiffy about vaccinations, parasite control, meningeal worm, foot care, dental care, sedation/anesthesia (including weight ranges!), castration, BVD testing, microchip placement and blood collection.

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 1

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$35

Course 11: Copper Toxicity

Copper toxicity rears its ugly head periodically on a regional or national level when there are feed mixing errors of commercial feeds, but also occurs on a smaller scale with small feed mill errors. This session will discuss diagnosis, treatment and documentation of copper toxicity.

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 1

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$35

Course 12: Managing Ruminant Coccidiosis

Coccidiosis causes significant economic losses and is a health and welfare concern for ruminants and camelids. In this session, we will review the pathophysiology of coccidia infection, diagnostic test interpretation and challenges, and treatment options for cattle, sheep, goats, and camelids.

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 1

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Course 13: National Board Review – Ruminant

Take advantage of this opportunity to get fast-fact summaries of the major ruminant diseases, with 90% of them illustrated through case videos and photos.

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 0 (Not RACE approved)

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$35

Course 14: Camel Medicine Starter Pack

In this session, we will cover vaccinations, parasite control, weight estimation, sedation, castration and a couple of common diseases you may encounter, fibrous osteodystrophy and whipworms.

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 1

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$35

Course 15: Small Ruminant Fluid Therapy

Using bloodwork from an actual case, we highlight common abnormalities present in ill small ruminants and how to specifically address each with your fluid composition.

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 1

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$35

Course 16: Pregnancy Toxemia in Ewes and Does

Pregnancy toxemia is a challenging and common metabolic disorder of sheep and goats. Guidance for the client conversation regarding pregnancy maintenance and termination is provided as is client education for prevention in the herd or flock.

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 1

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$35

Course 17: Neurologic Diseases in Sheep and Goats

We will focus on diseases that are tricky in their diagnosis or treatment, including covering principles that can be used across diseases and neurologic presentations.

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 1

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$35

Course 18: Neurologic Diseases of Cattle

This is a fun one - this module is all photos and videos demonstrating localization of neurologic lesions. Common areas of confusion are clarified using real-life examples.

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 1

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$35

Course 19: Neonatal Care of Lambs and Kids

This session discusses normal birthing events and milestones and how to know when to intervene. Postnatal resuscitation is discussed in detail and a formulary for resuscitation drugs is provided.

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 1

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$35

Course 20 Approach to the Down Beef Cow

This session will provide a practical approach to the down animal, including differential diagnoses and realistic treatment options.

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 1

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$35

Course 21 Working Up the Ruminant with Abdominal Disease

We will go through a differential list for the specific abdominal shapes, interpretation of bloodwork, and review the process and interpretation of procedures such as rumen fluid collection and evaluation and abdominocentesis.

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 1

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$35

Course 22 Cerebrospinal Fluid Collection, Transtracheal Wash, Liver Biopsy

These are my three favorite ancillary diagnostic techniques that I wish all practitioners knew they could offer in the field to their clients and patients.

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 1

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Course 23 Small Ruminant Vasectomy Procedure

Vasectomy is a straightforward procedure that is used alone or in combination with other procedures to create teaser animals. This brief module covers restraint, sedation/anesthesia, the surgical procedure and recommendations for aftercare.

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 0

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Course 24 Appropriate Drug Use in Food Animals

The rules regarding the proper use of drugs in food producing animals can be unclear. Here, we will help clarify the rules are as a foundation and then deal with the real-world implications of dispensing, providing extended withdrawal times and client compliance.

CE Credit Hours for Completion: 1

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Course meets the requirements for one (1) hour of continuing education credit in jurisdictions which recognize AAVSB’s RACE approval; however participants should be aware that some boards have limitations on the number of hours accepted in certain categories and/or restrictions on certain methods of delivery of continuing education.

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