Only 6% of NAVLE® test questions cover pigs.
Guess which NAVLE® topic stresses vets out the most? "PIGS"
If you see a pet vomiting, call emetic!
In 2016, the Animal Poison Control Center (APCC) fielded over
12,000 calls from pet owners about insecticide poisoning and 9,800 calls
32 different toxicities are fair game on NAVLE®!
Feeling hiss-terical? Tune up on tox with Zuku!
Most of the time, when a patient is already symptomatic, it is too late to induce emesis.
Did you know that "theobromine" is from the Greek words for god (theo) and food (brosi)?
In 2016, the ASPCA had over 180,000 reports of pet toxicoses to it's Animal Poison Control Center.
Here are 5 of Zuku's 20 top toxicoses.
Each species has some key genetic conditions with which you should be familiar.
These are typically preventable by using well-informed breeding practices.
Genetic testing is available for many conditions - important to know in practice.
The causes of foal diarrhea are actually pretty easy to keep straight.
The most common cause of diarrhea in foals is noninfectious - i.e., “foal heat diarrhea!”
Zuku's small ruminant review wool prepare you for NAVLE®.
Chew on these topics for awhile.
You need more than shear luck to pass NAVLE®.
Get "sheep shape" with Zuku's small ruminant review!
Have you herd? More than a handful of small ruminant disease questions will pop up on the NAVLE®.
Feeling sheepish about small ruminants? We can help!