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Reproductive diseases in Reptiles-1CPD

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Brief overview of the differences between the problems and their causes, the ways to try and distinguish between them and treatment options.

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Reproductive diseases in reptiles in a large and complicated topic but an area that lots of owners and veterinary practices will have to deal with at some time. This webinar will go over some of the common reproductive problems in pet reptiles, their causes, presentations, and treatments. The main aim being to give a brief overview of the differences between the problems and their causes, the ways to try and distinguish between them and treatment options.

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Presented by guest speaker- Dr Sooze Beths

Susan Beths (Sooze) is a veterinarian working at U-Vet Werribee Animal Hospital and Geelong Animal Emergency Clinic with a special interest in exotic animals. She is also a qualified marine mammal medic and is currently working towards the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Certificate of Advanced Veterinary Practice in Zoological Medicine.

Sooze started her Veterinary career working in mixed practice in the UK and then moved to the Caribbean. There she treated a wide range of animals including monkeys, sea turtles and sea lions, along with birds, reptiles and small mammals. In 2013, Sooze started working at U-Vet Werribee Animal Hospital and GAEC where she treats a wide range of species, both pets and wildlife, as both first opinion and referral. Sooze has also worked in Ecuador with primates and South Africa with large wildlife.

Since 2006, on top of clinical work, Sooze has also been teaching veterinary students and nurses at a number of universities. She currently lectures and provides practical classes and tutorials in exotic animals and birds. She also gives talks at continued education courses through Melbourne University and with local wildlife groups.

In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her young family and pets including two Caribbean dogs and 4 chickens. She also enjoys horse riding, ballet dancing, diving, hiking, and stilt walking.

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Zoom webinar link will be emailed out the night before the event

Please note-not available to the US or Canada

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