Vets can get to the heart of cardiology matters at a special CPD event hosted by Vétoquinol.

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Vétoquinol will launch its latest drug for canine cardiology at the CPD event.

The event will take place on 18 June at Celtic Manor Resort in south Wales and is worth two hours of CPD.

Domingo Casamian Sorrosal, lead clinician in cardiology at Langford Veterinary Services in Bristol, will lead the session, entitled “Interactive case-based management of congestive heart failure”.

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Vétoquinol’s latest drug for canine cardiology, UpCard, will also be introduced at the event.

The session will be followed by a drinks reception, three-course lunch, cream tea and souvenir programme.

The first 40 tickets are available at an early bird rate of £75, plus booking fee. Subsequent tickets cost £125 plus booking fee.

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