This Bundle contains the below three courses.
Endocrine Diseases (60 Minutes of CPD/CE)
Endocrine diseases are among the most significant and prevalent diseases of domestic ferrets. Jills have a characteristic sexual cycle with induced ovulation, and hyperoestrogenism can develop if they don’t copulate with males. Adrenal disease in ferrets is common and has particular characteristics different from Cushing’s disease of dogs. Insulinoma is the most common neoplasia of ferrets and can produce a life-threatening hypoglycaemia. This webinar will focus on the aetiology, clinical signs, diagnosis and treatment of these conditions, with brief mention to other less common endocrine diseases.
Viral Diseases (60 Minutes of CPD/CE)
Viral diseases are of significant relevance in ferrets; some viruses produce severe disease and even death, while some others more commonly cause milder lesions. This webinar will review in detail six of the most important viral diseases of ferrets: influenza, rabies, enteric coronavirus, systemic coronavirus, canine distemper and Aleutian disease. In addition, vaccination protocols will also be discussed.
Gastrointestinal Diseases (60 Minutes of CPD/CE)
Conditions affecting the gastrointestinal system of ferrets are common, particularly those involving stomach and intestines. Gastrointestinal diseases affect ferrets of all ages, disregarding of age and husbandry conditions. This webinar will review both infectious and non-infectious gastrointestinal diseases of ferrets.