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All dogs great and small - common dental findings

About this event

Ever wandered how dear little Fifi’s adorable puppy breath can change so quickly to a doggy breath that not even a mother can love? And why does Wors the Dachshund sneeze and snort so often?

Unfortunately, embarrassing halitosis and sniffles are not the only troubles that the little pooches must face. Persistent deciduous teeth, tooth loss, oronasal fistulas, pathological and iatrogenic jaw fractures cannot be forgotten.

Join us for the webinar “all dogs great and small” to find out more on how to navigate some of the perils of small dog dentistry so that together we can keep all the little carpet sharks fighting fit! 

About our speaker: Dr Roxanne Emslie

Roxanne qualified from Onderstepoort in 2014 and joined an equine referral practice with a small mixed practice component. Here she gained some exposure to equine and small animal dentistry and realised that this was an area of veterinary science she would like to pursue. Roxanne went back to Onderstepoort to complete an internship in small animal medicine and surgery before moving to Cape Town in 2017 to start her alternate pathway residency through the European Veterinary Dental College, with her supervisor Dr Cedric Tutt, at Cape Animal Dentistry Service. Since then, she has also completed her MSc in which she investigated the dental and oral pathology in a free-ranging serval population.

When not talking teeth, Roxanne and her husband, Kevin, are usually outside running, hiking or horse riding, and when inside, they obsessively cuddle their two very spoilt cats. 

Thursday 25 March | 19h30-20h30

We are excited to see you all online on the 25th.

Stay safe,

The Hill's Pet Nutrition Team

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    Dr Roxanne Emslie BSc, BVSc, MSc, EVDC resident Cape Animal Dentistry Service

    Roxanne went back to Onderstepoort to complete an internship in small animal medicine and surgery before moving to Cape Town in 2017 to start her alternate pathway residency through the European Veterinary Dental College, with her supervisor Dr Cedric Tutt, at Cape Animal Dentistry Service.

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    Dr Guy Fyvie Professional and Veterinary Affairs Manager @ Hill's Pet Nutrition South Africa

    Technical support for Hill’s team (sales and marketing) and Veterinary clients. Organising and providing CPD for Veterinarians and Nurses. Small Animal Clinical Nutrition training/info for Vet and para-vet students, Vets and Para-vets, Key Thought Leaders, Hill’s team.