Dr. Christopher G. Byers

Logical Approaches to Common Problems

This series focuses on common problems found in modern veterinary practice and the logical way to handle them.


Hi, I’m Christopher G. Byers, DVM, DACVECC, DACVIM (SAIM), CVJ


I teach this course. I am a board-certified veterinary emergency & critical care and small animal internal medicine specialist, as well as a certified veterinary journalist, based in Omaha, Nebraska. I received my Bachelor of Science degree as a University Honors Scholar in Animal Sciences from Colorado State University and my Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Cornell University. My professional passions are mentoring and coaching veterinary students and colleagues in the areas of emergency & critical care, internal medicine, and communication skills.

Courses in this series are $35 each when purchased separately. Enroll in the bundle and save $251.





Program Agenda and Learning Objectives

10 1-hour Live Interactive webinars (dates below), all starting at 5 p.m. Pacific, 7 p.m. Central, 8 p.m. Eastern time. 10 Anytime On-Demand courses, released one at a time about one month after each webinar.


  1. Chronic Vomiting in Cats: 1 HOUR January 18, 2022
  2. To review relevant pathophysiology of vomiting
  3. To discuss relevant diagnostic testing to determine the cause of chronic vomiting in cats
  4. To discuss potential therapies for chronic vomiting in cats
  5. Chronic Diarrhea in Cats: 1 HOUR February 15, 2022
  6. To review relevant pathophysiology of diarrhea
  7. To discuss relevant diagnostic testing to determine the cause of chronic diarrhea in cats
  8. To discuss potential therapies for chronic diarrhea in cats
  9. Chronic Vomiting in Dogs: 1 HOUR March 15, 2022
  10. To review relevant pathophysiology of vomiting
  11. To discuss relevant diagnostic testing to determine the cause of chronic vomiting in dogs
  12. To discuss potential therapies for chronic vomiting in dogs
  13. Chronic Diarrhea in Dogs: 1 HOUR April 19, 2022
  14. To review relevant pathophysiology of diarrhea
  15. To discuss relevant diagnostic testing to determine the cause of chronic diarrhea in dogs
  16. To discuss potential therapies for chronic diarrhea in dogs
  17. Upper Airway Disorders: 1 HOUR May 17, 2022
  18. To review pathophysiology, diagnosis, & treatment of brachycephalic obstructive airway syndrome
  19. To review pathophysiology, diagnosis, & treatment of collapsing trachea
  20. To review pathophysiology, diagnosis, & treatment of laryngeal paralysis
  21. Anemia: 1 HOUR June 21, 2022
  22. To review pathophysiology of erythropoiesis
  23. To discuss appropriate diagnostic testing to identify the cause of a patient’s anemia
  24. To discuss potential therapies for anemia
  25. Chronic Coughing in Dogs: 1 HOUR July 19, 2022
  26. To review relevant pathophysiology of coughing
  27. To discuss relevant diagnostic testing to determine the cause of chronic coughing in dogs
  28. To discuss potential therapies for chronic coughing in dogs
  29. Chronic Kidney Disease: 1 HOUR August 16, 2022
  30. To review relevant pathophysiology of chronic kidney disease
  31. To discuss relevant diagnostic testing for chronic kidney disease
  32. To discuss potential therapies for chronic kidney disease
  33. Chronic Nasal Discharge: 1 HOUR September 20, 2022
  34. To review relevant pathophysiology of chronic nasal discharge
  35. To discuss relevant diagnostic testing to determine the cause of chronic nasal discharge
  36. To discuss potential therapies for chronic nasal discharge
  37. Copper Storage Disease in Dogs: 1 HOUR October 18, 2022
  38. To review relevant pathophysiology of copper storage hepatopathy
  39. To discuss appropriate diagnostic testing to accurately diagnose copper storage hepatopathy
  40. To highlight potential therapies for patients with copper storage hepatopathy