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Non-neoplastic and neoplastic disorders linked to desexing in dogs, Michelle Kutzler2 CPD Points
Non-neoplastic and neoplastic disorders linked to desexing in dogs Watch the recent lecture by Professor Michelle Kutzler from Oregon State University given at the 2019 Australian Veterinary Association Conference in Perth.
Dr Michelle Kutzler
After graduation from Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1993, Dr. Michelle Kutzler practiced veterinary medicine for four years before completing a residency at Cornell University and becoming board-certified in Theriogenology. She earned a PhD in Physiology at Cornell University in 2002. Dr. Kutzler is an Associate Professor of Companion Animal Industries at Oregon State University. Her current areas of research include methods for non-surgical and alternative surgical sterilization, effects of gonadectomy on long-term health, and use of GnRH agonist treatment to improve long-term health of gonadectomized dogs. Dr. Kutzler is also an AKC Dachshund Breeder of Merit.
Non-neoplastic and neoplastic disorders linked to desexing in dogs, Michelle Kutzler
Start: 5 August 2019, 8:00AM
End: 1 July 2020, 8:00AM