🇫🇷 Lire en Français ici I really love this time of the year. It's in the air : hope, love, joy, happiness… Everything slows down for a moment. We put our grieves aside and focus on what is really important: spending great moments with family and friends. Again, I really love this time of the year. This … Continue reading [BLOG] My Christmas Gift : 11 Free E-books on Kennel & Cattery Management
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[BLOG] Something to always look for in infertile queens…
🇫🇷 Lire en Français ici - We bred her several times Doc. She had this one litter a couple of years ago but since then, nothing… We used different males, we are sure they are fertile since they bred again after and did not miss any other female. To tell you the truth, we are … Continue reading [BLOG] Something to always look for in infertile queens…
[E-BOOK] At the cat show : Infectious Disease Prevention
The idea behind this e-book came from a casual discussion I once had with one of our cat breeder. He was telling me how much he loved participating to cat shows, but that he couldn’t help thinking of all those infectious diseases his cats could potentially pick up while participating to those events… No doubt … Continue reading [E-BOOK] At the cat show : Infectious Disease Prevention
[BLOG] Tritrichomonas foetus in catteries : an update
🇫🇷 Lire en Français ici Every week, I watch several webinars. They give me ideas for my next webinar series and they also help me keep track on what is happening in the field of veterinary medicine. And this week, I watched an interesting one. The topic : Tritrichomonas foetus in catteries. We already wrote a post … Continue reading [BLOG] Tritrichomonas foetus in catteries : an update
[E-BOOK] Tips & Tricks to Optimize Breeding Success in Cats
Think of your first cat(s). Maybe this goes way back, probably even during your childhood. And at this time, if you had been asked “ Do you believe it is difficult for cats to have kittens ?”, what would have been your answer ? In can tell you that for me, for a long long … Continue reading [E-BOOK] Tips & Tricks to Optimize Breeding Success in Cats
[E-BOOK] Myth busters : 10 misconceptions in growing puppies
I have always been fascinated by the ancient Greece’s mythology. Heroes fighting monsters threatening humankind, odysseys, tragedies… As a kid I would spend entire days reading about those formidable legends, thinking of how captivating a storytelling they must have been back in the Antiquity. As much as I enjoyed those stories however, one thing remained : … Continue reading [E-BOOK] Myth busters : 10 misconceptions in growing puppies
[BLOG] Day 4 at the NAVC : my take-aways !
Day 4 at the NAVC. Another long day with lots of interesting lectures I had the chance to attend. And as usual, this blog is the opportunity for me to share with you what I learnt today. My key take-aways below then ! On internal parasites #1 It take 20-25 eggs of Toxocara to infect a … Continue reading [BLOG] Day 4 at the NAVC : my take-aways !
[BLOG] My 3rd day at the NAVC : more infectious diseases !
Another day at the NAVC. Can’t believe it has been already three days, time really flies by here ! Here are my 10 key take-aways from today ! Updates on vaccines #1 Prevention of infectious diseases in animal populations : the more animals are vaccinated, the more all of them are protected. #2 On leptospirosis vaccination : … Continue reading [BLOG] My 3rd day at the NAVC : more infectious diseases !
[BLOG] A lot of infectious disease and a glimpse of behaviour : my 2nd at the 2016 NAVC
A very long second day at the NAVC ! Started at 530am, finished at 7pm… but another great learning experience. My day was filled with talks on infectious diseases (but you guys know, that’s my thing !). Below some of the key take-aways of the day I would like to share with our online community ! … Continue reading [BLOG] A lot of infectious disease and a glimpse of behaviour : my 2nd at the 2016 NAVC
[BLOG] Parasitology, working dogs & neonatology : my first day at the 2016 NAVC
The 2016 NAVC (North American Veterinary Conferences) started today. I love to attend to this event because 1/ it is in Orlando and in January, all excuses are good to snowbird to Florida when you live in Ontario 2/ I love the learning experience : lots of veterinary lectures with great topics and great speakers. … Continue reading [BLOG] Parasitology, working dogs & neonatology : my first day at the 2016 NAVC