As the New Year dawns, it’s common for people to get in touch about 2019 training courses for animal ultrasound scanning. Given that January is typically a time for making new commitments and investing in one’s self, this is hardly surprising. Ultrasound scanning to detect pregnancy in dogs is becoming increasingly mainstream, and whilst many people do appreciate the time and study that goes into it, one unfortunate byproduct of its increasing popularisation is the impression that it’s something that can be mastered after a single day’s training and a relatively low......
Using the correct terminology to describe the work that we perform when scanning animals is important. For most AUA members, this will be mainly or even exclusively pregnancy scans of animals like dogs, cats, goats, sheep and cows. First of all, using the correct terminology is integral to being respected and recognised by the veterinary profession, and therefore to being able to continue to scan. If you are lucky enough to live in a country (like the United Kingdom) where we are allowed to scan for other people, it’s important for legal......