We are joined by Dr. Memo Arroyo, medicine clinician at the Ontario Veterinary College, who gives an update on the OAHN Equine Project: "Seroprevalence of Borrelia burgdorferi and Anaplasma phagocytophilum infection in Ontario horses." Dr. Arroyo also discusses the upcoming OVC Equine Research Update night on December 15th.
We are joined by Dr. Dave Douglas, OAHN Bovine Network member and owner of Navan Veterinary Services, to discuss the OAHN project on "Surveillance for bovine calfhood disease including Salmonella Dublin." Dr. Douglas discusses the details of the research project and how bovine producers can get involved.
We talk to Dr. Andy Brooks, a pathologist from the Animal Health Laboratory, about Salmonella dublin. Dr. Brooks discusses diagnosing, choosing tests for, and clinical hallmarks of Salmonella dublin from a pathologist's perspective.
We are joined by Dr. Luc Bergeron from RAIZO to discuss Salmonella dublin in Quebec. Dr. Bergeron shares the history of Salmonella dublin in Quebec and what RAIZO and the Province of Quebec has done to address this disease in bovine.
We are joined by associate professor from the Ontario Veterinary College, Dr. Jessica Gordon, to discuss the clinical aspects of Salmonella dublin. Dr. Gordon goes over how it is spread, prevention, clinical signs, and treatment.
Today we talk to Dr. Michelle Evason, DACVIM, about the clinical aspects of canine Lyme disease, new Lyme knowledge, diagnostics and treatments.
Dr. Curtis Russell from Public Health Ontario shares the most up to date info on Lyme disease and other tick-borne diseases from a human surveillance perspective, and as it relates to pet owners, and veterinarians. He also reviews the life cycles and kinds of ticks found in Ontario. Great review and current info as part 1 of our Lyme disease in companion animals series. Next episode will feature Dr. Michelle Evason, DACVIM, with a review of clinical aspects, new Lyme knowledge, diagnostics and treatments.
We are joined by Dr. Andria Jones-Bitton, veterinarian and associate professor of epidemiology at the Ontario Veterinary College, to discuss producer mental health. Dr. Jones-Bitton's work on producer mental health in Canada is the first of its kind in Canada, and we discuss not only the findings, but how veterinarians may recognize signs of distress in clients, and what to do
We discuss small ruminant lameness with Dr. Paula Menzies from OAHN's Small Ruminant Network. Lameness is a common problem in both sheep and goats. Learn about the causes and treatments, and what every producer should know about small ruminant lameness.
We are joined by Mike Draper, the livestock community sales coordinator for OMAFRA's veterinary services unit, to discuss the veterinary services unit within OMAFRA, regulating livestock auction markets, Mr. Draper's role within OMAFRA's animal protection team, when veterinarians should contact him, and what equine veterinarians should know.