A Mixed Bag of Tricks for Small Ruminants


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CE Credits: 2.4 Scientific

Let's dig in on important treatment procedures in small ruminants — C-section, tube cystostomy, tracheostomy, and if there's time, fracture management. We will discuss the decision-making process, the procedures themselves with lots of photos and videos, post-procedure care, and client education. I promise you'll leave with the confidence to tackle these and tips to make them easier.


Meredyth Jones DVM, MS, DACVIM
Dr. Jones received her DVM from Oklahoma State University in 2002. She entered private mixed-animal practice in Brandenburg, Kentucky, later completing a residency in Large Animal Internal Medicine-Emphasis Food Animal and received a MS degree in Veterinary Biomedical Sciences at Oklahoma State University. She then taught food animal field services at Kansas State and Texas A&M. She is the owner of Large Animal Consulting & Education, an online continuing education company. She joined the food animal faculty at Oklahoma State in the fall of 2018.