Canis is the ultimate canine clinical information resource for dog based small animal veterinary practices, providing comprehensive peer reviewed clinical information (including text, pictures, videos and sounds) on the dog from over 510 leading clinicians worldwide.
Canis features over 7000 components
- 2639 Text items
- 1021 Diseases
- 138 Bacteria, viruses and parasites
- 186 Laboratory medicine items
- 352 Surgical and diagnostic techniques
- 507 Miscellaneous items
- 517 Formulary items
- 4103 Images, videos and sounds
- 142 Owner factsheets
- Updated weekly
- Search function that searches across all four services (dog, cat, rabbit and horse) to enable a comparative approach
- Diagnostic images, sound and video
- Owner factsheets to support your communication with owners
- Detailed formulary so you can prescribe with confidence
- Direct links to PubMed and VetMed Resource
- Free Monthly newsletters
- RSS & Twitter feeds of updated content
Why use Canis?
We are veterinary professionals ourselves and understand the increasing pressure to stay abreast of recent clinical developments, strengthen relationships with clients and support your staff in training and development, as well as supporting an evidence based approach to your clinical work.
All content includes editorial board oversight and peer review by leading veterinarians so you can rest assured that the clinical information from Vetstream is dependable and is of high standard.
With Canis you will be able to:
- Enhance the way you engage with your clients with thousands of interactive images, videos and illustrations to help you share your expertise and put clients' mind at rest.
- Improve the way you evaluate diagnostic images with hundreds of X-ray films, MRI scans and ultrasound images to help you make evaluations based on the best diagnostic images available.
- Discover the best way to prepare for surgical procedures with an in-depth analysis of procedures to ensure your surgery runs as smoothly as possible.
- Optimise the way you research drug therapies with a detailed formulary to help you research dosage, potential side effects, active ingredients, contra-indications etc so you can prescribe and administer with confidence.
- Canis, Felis and Lapis and Equis content is cross-linked to VetMedResource from CABI, and PubMed so that you have access to abstracts and the primary literature to enable you to apply an evidence based approach to your clinical care.
- Access the ultimate resource to help inspire, motivate and educate veterinary staff.