Making Your Practice Ferret Friendly has been created by Anna Mercer (aka The Ferret Nurse), a small mammal certificated nurse from Whitecross Vets St. Helens. This lecture will take you though the best ways of making your practice ferret friendly. It includes a brief introduction to ferrets, the importance of vaccinations, how to minimise stress, your reproductive control options, ferret health plan options and specifics you can offer in ferret specific clinics as well as when hospitalising this species, through to euthanasia options. Run time = 20 mins
Our Preventative Healthcare in Ferrets webinar, by exotic species veterinarian Caoimhe Hodgins is now ready to download. The viewer will be taken through a general introduction to ferrets, how to perform and the importance of the annual health check, vaccinations, management of dental disease, echo and endoparasite control, reproduction control, microchipping and blood sampling. Run time 27mins
Lymphoma is one of the most common cancers encountered in ferrets by vets. This webinar by Dr Caoimhe Hodgins will take you through common presentations diagnostic and treatment options. Run time 20 mins.
Hypoglycaemia has many causes, but by far the most common causes in this species is the formation of insulinomas, which account for 20-25% of all neoplasms reported in ferrets. This short webinar by Sonya Miles, an RCVS Recognised Advanced Practitioner in Zoological Medicine briefly discusses the clinical signs of hypoglycaemia, the potential causes and how to manage these cases in this commonly presented species. Run Time: 13min
Ferrets are a commonly owned exotic mammal, and are increasingly presented to first opinion veterinary practices. This webinar by Sonya Miles, an RCVS recognised Advanced Practitioner in Zoological Medicine will take you through thoracic radiography in ferrets. Thoracic radiographs provide invaluable information on thoracic anatomy and potential pathology for both skeletal and soft tissue structures. Run Time: 16min