The Squinting Cat: Strategies for Feline Herpetic Ocular Disease

Duration: 54:42

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Course Description

Presentation of feline herpesvirus (FHV), and the role of stress in the pathophysiology of the clinical manifestations of herpetic disease. Presentation of strategies for pain management, and for protection and support of ocular health and general well-being.

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About Instructor

Terri McCalla, DVM, MS, DACVO

Terri McCalla is a board-certified veterinary ophthalmologist. She obtained her DVM degree from Orgeon State University and Washington State University (combined program) in 1984. After completing a residency in comparative ophthalmology from the University of Missouri in 1989, she became a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists in 1989 and received her MS in Veterinary Pathology in 1990. Dr. McCalla created her solo referral practice, Animal Eye Care LLC in Bellingham Washington, in 2001. Because she is passionate about helping animals live their best lives, in 2006 she co-created a veterinary supplement research and development company (Animal HealthQuest Solutions LLC) and co-invented the veterinary vision supplement Ocu-GLO™. Dr. McCalla retired from active practice in 2019 to focus on her other interests, which include: the role of complementary and alternative medicine in animal vision health; veterinary ophthalmology education; feline herpesvirus; and empowering adults with autism to live meaningful lives

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