Managing Tracheal Collapse In Dogs - Treatment Options
Thank you to all those that attended our CPD event last night on Managing Tracheal Collapse in Dogs. We were pleased to have 16 vets attend the presentation - the speaker was Tim Charlesworth MA VetMB DSAS(ST) MRCVS RCVS Recognised Specialist in Small Animal Surgery (Soft Tissue)
Tracheal collapse is a very common and sometimes debilitating condition that affects both young and old toy breed dogs. Mildly affected dogs are best managed with a combination of lifestyle changes and medications. The more severely affected dogs, however, often benefit from surgical intervention such as the tracheal stenting service offered at Eastcott Referrals.
Tim Charlesworth presents to the guests
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