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Thyroid Disease Presented by Dr Jean Dodds, DVM

  • Monday, April 01, 2013
  • 5:00 PM (PDT)
  • Sunday, March 31, 2019
  • 6:30 PM (PDT)
  • Recorded Webinar

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Presented by Dr Jean Dodds, DVM

CEUs:  CCPDT 2, IAABC 1.5, KPA 1.5



Join Dr Jean Dodds, DVM for a recorded webinar on Thyroid Disease. Dr Jean will discuss the following in this 90 minute webinar supported by case examples and photographs.

Hypothyroidism is the most common endocrine disorder of dogs, and up to 90% of cases result from an autoimmune disease that progressively destroys the thyroid gland (autoimmune thyroiditis). Once more than 70% of the gland is destroyed by this process, classical clinical signs of hypothyroidism appear. Because the condition is heritable, it has significant genetic implications for breeding stock.  Accurate diagnosis of the early stages of autoimmune thyroiditis offers important genetic and clinical options for prompt intervention and case management. It is often difficult to make a definitive diagnosis.

 

About The Presenter


W. Jean Dodds, DVM received her veterinary degree from the Ontario Veterinary College. After working for several decades in upstate New York doing non-invasive studies of animal models of inherited bleeding diseases, she moved to southern California in 1986 to start Hemopet, the first non-profit national animal blood bank. Today, Hemopet’s range of nonprofit services and educational activities include:

Providing canine blood components, blood bank supplies, and related services; adopting retired Greyhound blood donors as companions through Pet Life-Line; contributing to the social needs of the less fortunate in our society by volunteer and interactive programs with the Greyhounds; specialized diagnostic testing using all “green” patented technology and consulting in clinical pathology through Hemolife, Hemopet’s diagnostic division; teaching animal health care professionals, companion animal fanciers, and pet owners on hematology and blood banking, immunology, endocrinology, nutrition and holistic medicine.

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