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Proceedings

Click here to download the Proceedings for the WIldlife Group Congress of 2014,

Below is the programe from the WLG Congress 2013 with links to the presentations.

(Some authors have not yet given permission to publish their presentations, their emails have been provided if you wish to contact them. We will update the website as presentations become available.)


Friday 15th March 2013
Updated protocols for dealing with rhino poaching survivors part 1, part 2 - Dr William Fowlds

Dehorning orphaned rhino calves to create a reservoir herd in South Africa - Dr Gerhard Steenkamp This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Veterinary Aspects of Managing predators in captivity - Dr Peter Caldwell

SAVC Presentation - Dr Joseph van Heerden This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The use of partial-opioid antagonism combined with oxygen insufflation to support the physiology of chemically immobilized white rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum) - Dr Anna Haw

Evaluation of a portable lactate meter for use in the rhinoceros - Dr Georgina Cole

The pros and cons of using oxygen supplementation during chemical immobilization - Dr Leith Meyer


Saturday 16th March 2013
Rift Valley Fever - our current understanding of the epidemiology - Dr Roy Bengis

A Feline Panleukopaenia virus outbreak in vaccinated captive cheetahs - Dr Emily Lane

Malignant catarrhal Fever , an emerging disease in the African buffalo (Syncerus Caffer) - Dr Rick  Last

A review of anthrax in wildlife : current concepts and recent events - Dr Roy Bengis

Musculodystrophy in three free-ranging lion cubs - Greg Simpson

Occurrence of blood-borne tick-transmitted parasites in common tsessebe (Damaliscus lunatus)  antelope in Northern Cape Province, South Africa - Dr Peter Brothers

WRSA and the Veterinary profession - Dr Peter Oberem This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Legalities and the wildlife practitioner - Dr Trudie Prinsloo

Basics of a forensic necropsy - Prof Niek Kriek

 

Download the 2013 Proceedings here.

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Download the 2012 Proceedings here.

 

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  • It is a priviledge to work with an endangered species such as an African Wild Dog
  • SAVA Wildlife Group members often work with endangered species thus helping ensure their long term survival
  • Working with rhinos
  • Buffalo are very valuable and game ranching them is common practice but requires veterinary input