Free Resources


Foundational Concepts in Thoracic Radiology

Get started with 4 hours of RACE-approved lessons taught by Dr. Ryan Appleby (DVM, DAVCR). This certificate includes 4 courses:

  • Thoracic Radiographic Anatomy
  • Foundations of Cardiovascular Radiology
  • Foundations and Pleural and Mediastinal Radiology
  • Foundations of Pulmonary Radiology 

The Reading Room

The Reading Room is a bi-weekly series that brings you inside the radiology lab as Dr. Ryan Appleby assess cases, covering everything from the foundational concepts in veterinary radiology to the more complex, weird and wonderful. 


Text based courses

Obi Veterinary Education is now the home of comprehensive text-based veterinary cardiology resources including cardiovascular physiology, pathology, clinical evaluations and more. 

Written and maintained by Dr. Lynne O’Sullivan,  Professor of Cardiology at the Atlantic Veterinary College, this resource has been available in various formats since 2001. 


In quick digestible lessons, Dr. Lynne O’Sullivan DVM DACVIM-Cardiology, Professor of Cardiology at the Atlantic Veterinary College explores everything you need to know to read ECGs and improve your clinical practice.

New episodes are released bi-weekly.


Basic Suture Stitches

In these microlearning courses for both left- and right-handed surgeons, you will learn how to scrub with Avagard and have access to step-by-step instruction for eight important sutures to improve your surgical skills.


Obi is FREE for students

Students currently studying toward their DVM are eligible for a Student All Access Pass which includes all continuing education resources FREE while in school.

To learn more, and request your student membership, please click here.

Weekend Rounds Email Newsletter

Weekend Rounds is a newsletter by Obi Veterinary Education. Each week, we’ll round up what’s new and noteworthy across veterinary medicine – both within the Obi community and veterinary industry at large – and deliver it right to your inbox.

Check it out or catch up on past issues here.