This complimentary webinar is RACE approved for 1 CE credit
Speaker: Ashley Smit, DVM
Recorded Date: Tuesday, June 21st, 2022
Time: 12pm-1pm CST
When dogs and cats explore the great outdoors, they may unintentionally contact a number of different species, reptiles and arachnids among them. Our companion animals may be perceived as predators and find themselves on the receiving end of poisonous/ venomous defense mechanisms. Depending on their geographic locations, these encounters may range from a minor inconvenience to life threatening. It is important for practitioners to be familiar with the mechanisms, clinical signs, and treatment of such envenomations and poisonings. Species discussed will include rattlesnakes (numerous species), coral snakes (Micrurus sp and Micruroides sp), copperheads/cottonmouths (Agkistrodon sp), brown and black widows (Lactrodectus sp), brown recluse (Loxosceles sp), bufo toads (Rhinella marina and Incilius alvarius), and scorpions (various species).
Instructions for viewing the recorded webinar:
- You will first need to register for the webinar. After completing the registration form, you will be taken directly to the event lobby.
- In the lobby, you will see colored widgets at the bottom of your screen for the slides, media player, Q&A, speaker bio, post-test, certification, and resource list. Click on the widgets you want to have open and press play in the media player to begin the recording.
- In order to receive non-interactive CE credit for watching the presentation you will need to:
- watch the presentation for at least 40 minutes
- take and pass the corresponding post-test, which can be found in the green widget box
- click on the yellow certificate widget to download your non-interactive CE certificate