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Parasitology

Mon, Mar 7, 2022 · 1:00 PM · London
About This Webinar

The need for routine preventative parasiticides is fundamental to parasite control protocols in cats and dogs. The benefits of using these products however, need to be considered against the possible environmental impact that may be associated with long term use. This session will analyse current evidence for parasite and product contamination of the environment. It will also look at how to perform parasite risk assessments for pets, assess lifestyle to minimise environmental contamination, maximise owner compliance and how to integrate product use with other methods of parasite control.

5 THINGS THE DELEGATES WILL LEARN DURING THIS SESSION:
- Current evidence for parasite and product contamination of the environment
- How to perform parasite risk assessments for pets
- How to assess lifestyle to minimise environmental contamination
- How to maximise owner compliance when administering treatments
- How to integrate product use with other methods of parasite control

Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: Free
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter
Veterinary Surgeon
Ian is a practising Veterinary surgeon and co-owner of the Mount Veterinary Practice in Fleetwood. He has a Master’s degree in Veterinary Parasitology, is head of the European Scientific Counsel of Companion Animal Parasites (ESCCAP) UK & Ireland and guideline director for ESCCAP Europe. Ian has over 100 published peer reviewed articles and papers, and is an editorial board member for the Companion animal and Vet CPD journals. He continues to carry out research in practice including work on intestinal nematodes and ticks.
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