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Introduction to suprelorin in companion animals

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Introduction to suprelorin in companion animals

Webinar 1

During this webinar private practitioners will be introduced to suprelorin, Dr de Cramer will explain its mechanism of action and safety profile and the need to explore alternatives to routine surgical castration and ovariohysterectomy and related LH disease.

Various surgical options will be discussed, and their suitability for select intact populations as well the chemical alternatives.

About our Speaker

Dr Kurt de Cramer BVSc MMedVet (Gyn) PhD

Veterinary surgeon| Specialist in reproduction

Dr Kurt De Cramer fulfils the dual role of generalist and specialist in animal reproduction at the clinic. Attending to the most challenging cases is what keeps him charged. He has equal affinity for all members of the mammalian and avian species, but prefers to leave the scally ones to others. He regretfully admits that his profession is both his work and hobby. Dr De Cramer has an inquisitive mind which compels him to continue making a contribution to the science of healing animals and solving clinical problems. This dedication has led to a PhD thesis, reference book on dog reproduction and numerous publications, all of which is a unique achievement for those in full time practice. Dr De Cramer is better known for fixing the problem than petting the pet. Dr De Cramer finds stress relief in regular escapes to the gym. Dr De Cramer’s gorgeous wife, Zelda, shares his passion for all God’s little creatures and enjoys immortalising them on canvas. They are proud parents to Kyle and Mira.

We look forward to seeing you online.

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    Dr Kurt de Cramer Bvsc Mmedvet (Gyn) Phd Rant & Dal Animal Hospital

    Dr Kurt De Cramer fulfils the dual role of generalist and specialist in animal reproduction at the clinic. Attending to the most challenging cases is what keeps him charged. He has equal affinity for all members of the mammalian and avian species, but prefers to leave the scally ones to others.