Canine enteropathies 2 CPD Points


The focus of the evening will be canine enteropathies. Dr Scott McCann will present on the diagnosis and treatment of canine enteropathies and Dr Julien Dandrieux will discuss whether protein losing enteropathies in dogs are always bad news.

Price levels

12 Sep 2019 to 23 Oct 2019
Associate $ 35.00
Full Member $ 35.00
New Graduate $ 35.00
Non-Member $ 88.00
Student $ 35.00

Who should attend

Veterinarians, students

Learning outcome

  • understand the techniques used to diagnose enteropathies in dogs
  • review treatment options and prognosis for canine enteropathies


Dr Scott McCann
Scott is a Melbourne University veterinary graduate of 1999. He completed his residency through his alma mater from 2011-2014 after gaining his membership to the ANZCVSin internal medicine. Since that time Scott has his Masters in Veterinary Studies in Small Animal and Clinical Practice and gained his Diplomate status with the AVCVIM. Scott currently works in specialist practice in Melbourne.
Dr Julien Dandrieux
Julien is a veterinary graduate from University of Bern Switzerland. He became a Diplomate of the Am College of Vet Int Med in Small Animal Internal Medicine in 2008. Julien has a PhD in gastronintestinal medicine and the use of immunosuppresive drugs. He is currently a clinical instructor and lecturer at the Univeristy of Melbourne Veterinary School.


Canine enteropathies

Mercure North Melbourne
Cnr Flemington Road And, Harker St
Melbourne 3051 VIC
Start: 24 October 2019, 6:30PM
End: 24 October 2019, 9:30PM
$ 88.00
Registration closes on 23 October 2019
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Tara Cashman