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    Tired of Googling pet owners self-medicating their pets with probiotics, feeding raw meat diets and requesting faecal transplants?
    There are numerous causes of acute and chronic diarrhoea in cats and dogs which can be frustrating to diagnose and resolve. Want to be more confident in your approach to these cases and client discussions? We will discuss a rational approach to patient assessment, test result interpretation and treatment planning which is essential for a successful outcome.

    This lecture by Lara Boland is titled 'Rational Approach to the Patient with Diarrhoea'.
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