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Join the discussion on equine digestive health with industry leaders. Some of our webinars are AAVSB RACE Accredited, giving you the chance to further your education on GI diagnostics and health management. Register for a free webinar today.

The Microbiota and Equine Health and Performance

AAVSB RACE Accredited for Up to 1.5 CE Credits

Dr. Gerard Clarke of the Department of Psychiatry and Neurobehavioural Science at University College Cork, with Leah Mitchell, DVM, presents a discussion about the role of the gut microbiota in health and disease and the impact of the microbiota on performance.

Improving Equine GI Diagnostics & Management

Early detection and effective management are keys to taking your practice to the next level of care. In this webinar, Dr. Leah Mitchell discusses a new approach to GI health—moving from treatment to management.

A Discussion About the Equine Microbiota

The bacteria, fungi, protozoans and viruses that colonize the GI tract, collectively known as the microbiota, play a crucial role in both health and disease. Join a discussion about the equine microbiota featuring Scott C. Anderson and Leah Mitchell, DVM.

Equine Digestive Health and the Veterinary Practice

Research shows that a significant share of performance horses are afflicted by a digestive tract disorder. Yet, available diagnostic and treatment approaches are limited. Learn how this affects the practice, and how to get ahead of the curve.

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Take the next steps toward achieving complete GI health.

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