Canine Soft Tissue Surgery Workshop | Centre for Veterinary Education

Canine Soft Tissue Surgery Workshop

Due to overwhelming demand in 2018, Dr Howie Seim is returning to Australia with ex-pat Dr Clara Goh to offer two exciting new workshops in Sydney.

The popular format of video demonstrations followed by hands-on practical sessions for each procedure will allow every participant to take home proven techniques which will make surgery less daunting and more successful.

Topics that will be covered include:

  • Salivary mucocele
  • Laryngeal tie-back
  • Scrotal urethrostomy
  • Anal sacculectomy
  • 4-Ligature Technique Splenectomy
  • 10 minute Gastropexy 

Equipment Requirements

Participants are required to bring scrubs or suitable protective clothing and shoes.

Participants are also required to bring certain surgical instruments in order to participate in the practical sessions, a full list will be made available soon. 


Saturday 26 October 2019
8.30 - 5.00
Early Bird
13 September 2019
Centre for Veterinary Education
Veterinary Science Conference Centre
Camperdown NSW



Howie Seim graduated from Washington State University, completed an internship in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Canada, and a surgical residency at the Animal Medical Center in New York City. He obtained Diplomate status in the American College of Veterinary Surgeons in 1983. He is currently on the surgical staff at Colorado State University. He was recipient of the Merck AGVET Award for Creative Teaching, the CSU Award for Instructional Innovation and selected as the North American Veterinary Conference’s Small Animal Speaker of the Year in 2009. Dr Seim is founder of VideoVet a Veterinary Surgery Continuing Education video series:


Clara grew up in Sydney Australia, and earned her veterinary degree at Sydney University before moving to the US. She completed her post-graduate specialty training (rotating internship, surgical residency, and surgical oncology fellowship) at Colorado State University, where she currently holds a faculty position in small animal orthopedic surgery. She is also the current small animal surgery program chair for the North American Veterinary Community (NAVC).

Her clinical and research interests include cruciate disease, hip dysplasia, and minimally invasive surgery (arthroscopy). Clara has been an invited speaker and instructor at numerous conferences and surgical labs throughout the US, supporting continuing education of veterinarians from around the world.



Course Fees

Member typeEarly birdFull rate
Non-member / eMemberN/A$1608
*Members include: Practice, Professional, Part-time, Recent Graduate and Academic members


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