Earn 0.5 RACE CE Credit
Gastrointestinal health poses a significant issues for veterinarians, their clients and horses. Modern feeding, management, training and competition are challenging to health, while common GI treatment protocols do little to keep problems from recurring. Learn how to better support optimal GI health for long-term wellness. Take your practice to the next level of care by moving from a reactive treatment approach to a method of proactive wellness management.
In this webinar, Dr. Leah Mitchell will be discussing the following:
- The importance of equine GI health, especially the hindgut
- How husbandry and performance affect equine GI health
- Effective GI health management strategies for long-term wellness
- How SUCCEED Veterinary Formula supports digestive health—and your veterinary practice
Improving Equine GI Health Management Webinar
AAVSB RACE Accredited for 0.5 CE Credits
Every Sunday, 9 pm & 10 pm
Every Wednesday, 9 pm & 10 pm
Leah Mitchell, DVM
Dr. Mitchell is Vice President of Veterinary Medicine for Freedom Health. She also operates Mitchell Veterinary, her equine practice and breeding center, specializing in performance and reproductive medicine. Dr. Mitchell’s farm stands approximately four stallions every year, foals out 20-30 mares and breeds 80-100 mares every season.
Earn CE Credit
0.5 Credit Hour
AAVSB RACE accredited
The Improving Equine GI Health Management webinar course meets the requirements for 0.5 hours of continuing education credit in jurisdictions that recognize AAVSB's RACE approval. You will be provided with a link to a short online test at the conclusion of the webinar. You must pass with 70 percent of the questions answered correctly to receive your certificate.
Participants should be aware that some boards have limitations on the number of hours accepted in certain categories and/or restrictions on certain methods of delivery of continuing education.