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UC Davis to Host Cat Health Forum


November 3, 2016

Dr. Karl Jandrey, director of the Center for Continuing Professional Education, enjoys a feline patient at the UC Davis veterinary hospital.

Dr. Karl Jandrey, director of the Center for Continuing Professional Education, enjoys a feline patient at the UC Davis veterinary hospital.

The Center for Continuing Professional Education at the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine (SVM) will host the Feline Forum on Sunday, November 6. Open to the public and available online or in-person, this all-day educational event is designed for every feline fancier. Participants will hear from the world’s best feline veterinary professionals, and have their medical questions and worries about their cat companions resolved.

Nine lectures, each lasting approximately 20 minutes with equal time for a question and answer session, will be presented by board-certified SVM faculty members. Written questions will be moderated by a webinar host to ensure that online and in-person participants have equal chance to receive the latest information on these essential and timely topics. All in-person participants will also receive a behind-the-scenes, half-hour tour of the UC Davis veterinary hospital, one of the most advanced animal hospitals in the world.

Lecture topics will be divided into two tracks (Breeders & Fanciers and Shelter & Rescue) and will include: feline asthma, vaccination recommendations, nutrition, stomatitis, heart disease, and much more.

Please see the Continuing Education website for more information.

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