Adenovirus affects many species including mammals, birds, amphibians, fish and reptiles. This short, but incredibly informative talk, by exotic species vet Clarissa Wu, takes the viewer through potential clinical symptoms seen in reptiles, diagnostic methods of discovering the virus, how to provided supportive care, and ideally prevent the virus being a problem in a reptile collection from the get go! Runtime 11mins

This webinar by RCVS Recognised Advanced Practitioner in Zoological Medicine, Sonya Miles, discussed the importance of vitamin A in reptiles, the reptiles who commonly suffer as a result, the clinical symptoms and treatment of hypovitaminosis A, and hypervitaminosis A, its clinical signs and treatment. Run time: 23 mins

Periodontal disease (dental disease) is common in reptiles, specifically those with acrodont teeth, such as bearded dragons and chameleons. The disease is often subclinical and is one of the reasons why a full oral examination is an essential part of the clinical examination. This webinar by Sonya Miles takes you through history taking, the clinical examination through to diagnosis and treatment of the disease. Run Time: 8min

Faecal parasitology is an essential part of the reptile consultation. This webinar by Sonya Miles, take you through how to perform basic faecal examinations in reptiles, as well as the identification and treatment of the most common parasites seen. Run Time: 21min

Prolapses in reptiles are unfortunately commonly seen in veterinary practice. this webinar with will you through the basics of differentiating between the different tissues, the possible diagnostics and treatment available. This webinar by Sonya Miles is aimed to be as basic approach to case management. Run Time: 12min

This webinar by Elisabetta Mancinelli, narrated by Sonya Miles, will take you through the mostly commonly used drug administration sites in lizards, chelonia and snakes. We will discuss restraint techniques, dosing regimes and techniques for performing the various methods of administration. Run Time: 23min

Diagnostic sampling techniques for various species are discussed in this webinar by Elisabetta Mancinelli, narrated by Sonya Miles. we will take you through blood sampling techniques in Chelonia, lizards and snakes, as well as faecal testing, urinalysis, tracheal/ lung washes and joint taps. Run Time: 15min

This webinar by Sonya Miles includes the safe transport, handling, consultation techniques and sexing in lizards, Chelonia and snakes. Various routes of medications will be covered, as well as methods of diagnostic sampling and euthanasia. This is a short and sweet version of the clinical approach to the reptile patient that can be seen in the veterinary surgeons section, which will go in to much more depth on the specific areas covered. Run Time: 29min

When working with reptiles in clinical practice, it is essential to bear in mind that many diseases that reptiles have can spread to humans. as vet this means we are particular at risk. This webinar by RCVS recognised advanced practitioner in zoological medicine, Sonya Miles, will take you through common zoonotic diseases, and the clinical signs seen in both reptiles and humans. Run Time: 12min

The radiography of reptiles is a basic diagnostic procedure that can be performed in virtually all small animal practice. This webinar by RCVS recognised Advanced Practitioner in Zoological Medicine, Sonya Miles. Will take you through the correct way to position and undertake radiography in Chelonia, lizards and snakes. Run Time: 24min