Welcome back to another week ahead! This week’s uplifting news is the reintroduction of common cranes. Between 2010 and 2014, 93 common cranes were hand-reared and released, doubling the UK population. With this initial phase of the project complete, this last year has resulted in a total of 64 pairs present, of which up to 56 have attempted to breed and fledged 23 young! Amazing work by the Great Crane Project – you can find more information about them right here on their website.
On Tuesday 23rd February 2021, 8.00pm, we’ve got an equine webinar by Emma Short BSc (Hons), Senior Nutritionist, Baileys Horse Feeds named “Feeding the Mare and Foal – From Conception to Weaning”. The webinar will be focusing on th nutritional requirements of the mare and how they change during pregnancy and lactation. The webinar is absolutely free to watch for everyone and is sponsored very kindly by Baileys horse feeds. You can sign up for free here and watch the webinar once it’s live right here.
Second up this week on Tuesday 23rd February, 8.00pm, we have a webinar on “Nursing the Protein Losing Enteropathy (PLE) patient. This webinar will be presented by Sophie McMurrough RVN VTS (SAIM). Sophie is a favourite on the Webinar Vet and has presented 11 webinars for us previously. The webinar is free for Unlimited Members and can be found here. Alternatively, you can purchase the webinar for 40GBP+VAT on our store here.
John Berg DVM, DACVS presents our final webinar of the week – Splenic masses and splenectomy. This webinar is going live on Thursday 25th February, 8.30pm. Providing an overview of the common splenic masses, and sharing videos of splenectomies from actual patients, this webinar promises to be an exciting one with plenty of visuals! You’ll be able to catch the webinar here once live, or you can purchase the webinar for 40GBP+VAT in our shop.
As always, happy watching!