The 1st Reproduction Control Guidelines of the World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) have just been accepted for publication. The guidelines are expected to reflect the latest scientific evidence in neutering practices and recommend a ground-breaking move away from a blanket neutering policy.

Virbac is pleased to offer veterinary surgeons & veterinary nurses the opportunity to be amongst the first to hear about the new guidelines directly from members of the WSAVA Reproduction Control Committee during a complimentary webinar.

‘The panel of world-leading experts on reproduction will present their guidance on medical and surgical neutering and offer delegates the opportunity to interact with a live Q&A section at the end of the event’ explained Dr Neil Mottram BSc (Hons) BVSc MRCVS Technical Manager at Virbac. ‘This webinar will help clinicians understand and navigate the latest evidence-based medicine in regards to neutering.’

The webinar is taking place on Wednesday 17th April at 5pm and delegates can register at:
The 1st Reproduction Control Guidelines of the World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) have just been accepted for publication. As the proud sponsor of the Reproduction Control Committee,...

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