Tick Paralysis - A New Era in Prevention
Tick Paralysis in our pets is a common and life threatening problem all along the East Coast of Australia. Reducing the risk of your pets' being affected can be complicated but some recent advances in preventative products have made a significant difference and pet owners should be aware of these options to ensure their pets are as safe as possible. This webinar will cover all the pet owner needs to know from prevention to identification and removal, and when to seek veterinary help if prevention fails. This help and advice comes just as many of you are entering the period when tick activity and the risks are greatest, so its essential knowledge for pet owners.
Recording from 07.12.2017
Dr Ashley Young BVSc MANZCVS is a Clinical Director at Better Pet Vets in Tropical North Queensland. It is a busy 8 vet companion animal practice with a large medical and surgical caseload. A large part of his professional time is devoted to orthopaedic surgery but also treats patients with tick paralysis, snake bites, heart worm and all manner of tropical illnesses and ailments in pets.