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New York State Spring Veterinary Conference Hosted by New York State Veterinary Medical Society & Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine

friday, may 16 Sunday, MAY 18, 2014

Hilton Westchester 699 Westchester Avenue Rye Brook, NY 10573 westchester.hilton.com

May 16-18, 2014 Hilton Westchester | Rye Brook, NY

Register easily online now at www.vet.cornell.edu/nysvc for discounted early registration fees!


REGISTER NOW!

New York State Veterinary Medical Society 100 Great Oaks Blvd., Suite 127 Albany, NY 12203 (800) 876-9867 (518) 869-7867

Join us for the inaugural New York State Spring Veterinary Conference at the Westchester Hilton in Rye Brook, N.Y., May 16-18! Co-hosted by the New York State Veterinary Medical Society (NYSVMS) and Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, this Spring conference will feature the top-notch CE that has been the hallmark of the annual NYS-VC Fall conference in a location convenient to the Metro New York and tri-state region! NYS-VC Spring will focus on companion animal medicine with four concurrent medicine and surgery tracks per day with one track for veterinary technicians. In addition to earning 19 CE credits, NYS-VC Spring will provide opportunities to network with your tri-state peers and visit

Fax: (518) 869-7868

our expanded Exhibit Hall - featuring a variety of vendors devoted to all aspects of veterinary

staff@nysvms.org

practice. Social events will include a Conference Reception with Exhibitors on Friday evening

www.NYSVMS.org

and the annual Purple Party and Silent Auction on Saturday night – always a highlight of the Fall conference! To register online for this year’s conference log onto www.vet.cornell.edu/nysvc or complete the

Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine Office of Continuing Education

registration form in this packet and mail it to NYSVMS at the address listed. Register by April 15 to take advantage of discounted early registration fees. If you miss the early bird deadline, you can still avoid the on-site registration fee surcharge by registering online or through the mail by May 2.

S2 121 Schurman Hall, Box 52

If you can’t make the NYS-VC Spring conference, please mark your calendars to attend the

Ithaca, NY 14853-6401

7th Annual NYS-VC Fall conference October 11-12, 2014, in Ithaca, N.Y. The NYS-VC Fall conference

(607) 253-3200

will feature companion animal, bovine, equine, hobby pig and chicken, and camelid/small ruminant tracks, as well as the Conference Celebration dinner.

Fax: (607) 253-3198 cuvetce@cornell.edu www.vet.cornell.edu

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We look forward to seeing you in Westchester this May, or in Ithaca this October, or BOTH!!


NYS-VC Spring Planning Committee

New York State Veterinary Medical Society

Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine

C. Christopher Brockett, DVM President

Michael I. Kotlikoff, VMD, PhD Austin O. Hooey Dean of Veterinary Medicine

Dean Snyder, DVM Chair, Academy of Veterinary Practice Susan Wylegala, DVM Chair, Conference Committee

Lorin D. Warnick, DVM, PhD Associate Dean for Veterinary Education and Hospital Director

Bridget M. Barry, DVM Committee Member

Margret Thompson, DVM, DACVR Director of Continuing Education Chair, Conference Committee

Mark Peterson, DVM, DACVIM Committee Member

Paul Virkler, DVM Committee Member

Rene van Ee, DVM, DACVS Program Director

Amanda Mott Continuing Education Coordinator, Office of Continuing Education

Jennifer Mauer, CAE Executive Director Stacey Allen Membership/Marketing Specialist Bryana Wachowicz Education/Conference Specialist

Kathleen Hall Office of Continuing Education Pati Kirch, LVT Teaching Support Specialist, Department of Clinical Sciences Carol Merkur Director of Business Operations, Department of Clinical Sciences

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New York State Spring Veterinary Conference

CONTINUING EDUCATION CLASSES

FRIDAY May 16, 2014 Companion Animal Track 1

Companion Animal Track 2

Veterinary Team (Open to veterinarians and technicians)

Companion Animal Track 3

Grand Ballroom South

Grand Ballroom Center

Town of Rye Suite

Grand Ballroom North

9:00-9:50 a.m.

8:00 a.m. Continental Breakfast in Exhibit Hall Feline Urethral Surgery: The Perfect PU James Flanders, DVM, DACVS

The Neurologic Exam Peter Early, DVM, DACVIM

Simple Techniques for Improving Patient Safety and Staff Morale Part I: Effective Teams and Leadership Daniel Fletcher, PhD, DVM, DACVECC Andrea Battaglia, LVT DVM/ LVT

E Coli: The “Other “Bad Bug Part I: A Focus on Antimicrobial Resistance in Dogs and Cats Dawn Boothe, DVM, PhD, DACVIM, DACVCP DVM/ LVT

10:20 -11:10 a.m

9:50 a.m. - 10:20 a.m. Break and Exhibits Canine Urethral Surgery James Flanders, DVM, DACVS

Lesion Localization Peter Early, DVM, DACVIM

Simple Techniques for Improving Patient Safety and Staff Morale Part II: Situation Awareness Daniel Fletcher, PhD, DVM, DACVECC Andrea Battaglia, LVT

11:20 a.m.-12:10 p.m.

DVM/ LVT

Brachycephalic Airway Surgery James Flanders, DVM, DACVS

Gait Evaluation Peter Early, DVM, DACVIM

Simple Techniques for Improving Patient Safety and Staff Morale Part III: Mutual Support Daniel Fletcher, PhD, DVM, DACVECC Andrea Battaglia, LVT DVM/ LVT

E Coli: The “Other “ Bad Bug Part II: A Focus on Virulence and Treatment of Urinary Tract Infections Dawn Boothe, DVM, PhD, DACVIM, DACVCP DVM/ LVT

E Coli: The “Other “ Bad Bug Part III: A Focus on Virulence and Treatment of Urinary Tract Infections Dawn Boothe, DVM, PhD, DACVIM, DACVCP DVM/ LVT

2:30-3:20 p.m.

1:30-2:20 p.m.

12:10 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. Lunch and Exhibits Laryngeal Paralysis in the Dog: New Findings James Flanders, DVM, DACVS

Diagnostic Approach to Spinal Cord Disorders Peter Early, DVM, DACVIM

Overview of Traditional Media and How Social Media Has Changed How It’s Done James Humphries, DVM, CVJ DVM/ LVT

Aural Surgery in the Dog and Cat James Flanders, DVM, DACVS

Cervical Myleopathies: Discs, Wobblers and Atlantoaxial Subluxation Peter Early, DVM, DACVIM

From Coupons to Facebook: The Practical Side of Practice Promotion James Humphries, DVM, CVJ DVM/ LVT

The Newer NSAIDs: What You May Not Know Dawn Boothe, DVM, PhD, DACVIM, DACVCP DVM/ LVT

NSAIDs and the Cat Dawn Boothe, DVM, PhD, DACVIM, DACVCP DVM/ LVT

5:00-5:50 p.m.

4:00-4:50 p.m.

3:30- 4:00 p.m. Break and Exhibits Diagnosis and Management of Chronic Enteropathies in Dogs Kenneth Simpson, BVM&S, PhD, DACVIM, DECVIM

Lumbosacral Pain in Dogs Peter Early, DVM, DACVIM

Social Media: The How To’s and Button Pushing James Humphries, DVM, CVJ DVM/ LVT

Which Way Should I Go? Deciding on the Best Approach to Cervical Lesions Peter Early, DVM, DACVIM Curtis Dewey, DVM, MS, DACVIM, DACVS

Reputation Management: Protecting Your Online Integrity James Humphries, DVM, CVJ DVM/ LVT

Conference Reception 6:00-8:00 p.m.

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Case-based Therapeutic Drug Monitoring: TDM Dawn Boothe, DVM, PhD, DACVIM, DACVCP DVM/ LVT

The High Points of Medical Marijuana Dawn Boothe, DVM, PhD, DACVIM, DACVCP DVM/ LVT


New York State Spring Veterinary Conference

CONTINUING EDUCATION CLASSES

SATURDAY May 17, 2014 Companion Animal Track 1

Companion Animal Track 2

Veterinary Team (Open to veterinarians and technicians)

Companion Animal Track 3

Grand Ballroom South

Grand Ballroom Center

Town of Rye Suite

Grand Ballroom North

9:00- 9:50 a.m.

8:00-8:50 a.m.

7:30 a.m. Continental Breakfast in Exhibit Hall Medical Management of Gastric Disease and Persistent Vomiting Kenneth Simpson, BVM&S, PhD, DACVIM, DECVIM

Seizures and Epilepsy Curtis Dewey, DVM, MS, DACVIM, DACVS

Media Training For Leadership James Humphries, DVM, CVJ

DVM/ LVT

An Update on Diagnosis and Management of Feline Pancreatitis and EPI Kenneth Simpson, BVM&S, PhD, DACVIM, DECVIM

Different Perspectives on Antiseizure Therapy in Canine and Feline Epilepsy Peter Early, DVM, DACVIM Curtis Dewey, DVM, MS, DACVIM, DACVS

Media Training For Leadership continued James Humphries, DVM, CVJ DVM/ LVT

Mast Cell Tumors: Molecular Panels, Treatment and New Grading Scheme Part I Joseph Impellizeri, DVM, DACVIM, MRCVS

Mast Cell Tumors: Molecular Panels, Treatment and New Grading Scheme Part II Joseph Impellizeri, DVM, DACVIM, MRCVS

11:10 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

10:10-11:00 a.m.

9:50 a.m. - 10:10 a.m. Break and Exhibits Feline Inflammatory Liver Disease Kenneth Simpson, BVM&S, PhD, DACVIM, DECVIM

Inflammatory Brain Disease and How to Treat Curtis Dewey, DVM, MS, DACVIM, DACVS

Media Training For Leadership continued James Humphries, DVM, CVJ

Shar-Pei Autoinflammatory Disease and Hyaluronan - Not Just Fever Linda Tintle, DVM DVM/ LVT

IBD and Lymphoma in Cats: Pitfalls and Progress in Diagnosis and Management Kenneth Simpson, BVM&S, PhD, DACVIM, DECVIM

Vestibular and Cerebellar Disorders Curtis Dewey, DVM, MS, DACVIM, DACVS

Media Training For Leadership continued James Humphries, DVM, CVJ

Shar-Pei Autoinflammatory Disease Clinical Management Linda Tintle, DVM DVM/ LVT

12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. Lunch and Exhibits

1:30- 2:20 p.m.

Companion Animal Track 1

PSMI - Fixing Urinary Incontinence in Dogs - What Are Your Options? Dennis Chew, DVM, DACVIM

Companion Animal Track 2

Selected Disorders of the Peripheral Nervous System Curtis Dewey, DVM, MS, DACVIM, DACVS

Dental Forum (Open to veterinarians and technicians) Importance of and Techniques for Acquiring High-Quality Digital Dental Radiographs in Dogs and Cats Sandra Manfra-Marretta, DVM/ DVM, DACVS LVT

Companion Animal Track 4

Perioperative Pain Management Luisito Pablo, DVM, MS, DACVAA DVM/ LVT

4:00-4:50 p.m.

3:00 -3:50 p.m.

2:20-3:00 p.m. Break and Exhibits Pitfalls in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Hypercalcemia: Interactive Case Studies Dennis Chew, DVM, DACVIM Mark Peterson, DVM, DACVIM

Congenital Brain Disorders Curtis Dewey, DVM, MS, DACVIM, DACVS

Interpretation of Dental Radiographs in Dogs and Cats Sandra Manfra-Marretta, DVM, DACVS

CRI Analgesia Made Easy Luisito Pablo, DVM, MS, DACVAA

DVM/ LVT

Neoplasia of the Nervous System Curtis Dewey, DVM, MS, DACVIM, DACVS

Recognizing Dental and Oral Pathology for Optimal Dental Charting and Dental Radiography Sandra Manfra-Marretta, DVM, DACVS

DVM/ LVT

Alpha-2 Agonists: The Good, The Bad, and the Beauty Luisito Pablo, DVM, MS, DACVAA

DVM/ LVT

DVM/ LVT

5:00-7:00 p.m. Purple Party and Silent Auction

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New York State Spring Veterinary Conference

CONTINUING EDUCATION CLASSES

SUNDAY May 18, 2014 Companion Animal Track 1

Companion Animal Track 2

Dental Forum Veterinarians and LVTs

Companion Animal Track 3

Grand Ballroom South

Grand Ballroom Center

Town of Rye Suite

Grand Ballroom North

8:30-9:20 a.m.

8:00 a.m. Continental Breakfast in Exhibit Hall Recent Developments in Total Hip Replacement in Dogs and Cats Kei Hayashi, DVM, PhD, DACVS

Chronic Kidney Disease: Diagnosis and Initial Management Part I Dennis Chew, DVM, DACVIM

Review of the 2013 AAHA Dental Guidelines Sandra Manfra-Marretta, DVM, DACVS

Anesthetic Monitoring That Saves Lives Luisito Pablo, DVM, MS, DACVAA DVM/ LVT

DVM/ LVT

10:50-11:40 a.m.

9:50-10:40 a.m.

9:20-9:50 a.m. Break and Exhibits Treatment Options for Elbow Dysplasia and Osteoarthritis Kei Hayashi, DVM, PhD, DACVS

Chronic Kidney Disease: Further Management Part II Dennis Chew, DVM, DACVIM

An Update on the Management of Periodontal Disease in Dogs Sandra Manfra-Marretta, DVM, DACVS

Troubleshooting Anesthetic Problems Luisito Pablo, DVM, MS, DACVAA

Decision Making and Techniques for Simple Multi-Rooted and Surgical Extractions in Dogs Sandra Manfra-Marretta, DVM, DACVS

The Hows and Whys of Total IV Anesthesia Luisito Pablo, DVM, MS, DACVAA

DVM/ LVT

Diagnosis of Early Cranial Cruciate Ligament Disease in Dogs Kei Hayashi, DVM, PhD, DACVS

Idiopathic / Interstitial Cystitis in Cats (FIC): Diagnosis and Management Part I Dennis Chew, DVM, DACVIM

DVM/ LVT

DVM/ LVT

DVM/ LVT

12:30-1:20 p.m.

11:40 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Lunch Introduction to Minimally Invasive Fracture Management Kei Hayashi, DVM, PhD, DACVS

Idiopathic / Interstitial Cystitis in Cats (FIC): Diagnosis and Management continued Dennis Chew, DVM, DACVIM

Decision Making and Techniques for Simple, Multi-Rooted, Surgical Extractions and Crown-Amputations in Cats Sandra Manfra-Marretta, DVM, DACVS

1:30-2:20 p.m.

DVM/ LVT

Muscle and Tendon Conditions in Dogs Kei Hayashi, DVM, PhD, DACVS

Treatment of Routine and Recurrent Urinary Tract infections Dennis Chew, DVM, DACVIM

Case-Based Canine and Feline Dental Oral Pathology Review Sandra Manfra-Marretta, DVM, DACVS

DVM/ LVT

5:00-5:50 p.m.

2:30 p.m. Program Ends

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How I Can Safely Anesthetize Patients with Heart Disease Luisito Pablo, DVM, MS, DACVAA

DVM/ LVT

Anesthesia for the Medically Compromised Patients with Emphasis on the Liver, Kidney and Diabetics Luisito Pablo, DVM, MS, DACVAA DVM/ LVT


Continuing Education Information The NYS-VC Spring offers 76 hours of continuing education during the three-day event. The maximum CE credit per person is 19 hours. The breakdown of hours per day are as follows: Friday - 7; Saturday - 7; and Sunday - 5.

New York State Continuing Education Credit The NYSVMS and Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine are approved New York State continuing education sponsors. New York State Veterinary Conference will offer a maximum of 19 hours of continuing education credit to veterinarians and veterinary technicians attending this conference. Veterinary technicians may only receive CE credit for classes that are within their scope of practice as defined by the NYS Board for Veterinary Medicine. Classes approved for credit for veterinary technicians are marked with DVM/ on the LVT schedule.

RACE Credit This conference has been submitted (but not yet approved) for 19 hours of continuing education credit in jurisdictions that recognize AAVSB RACE approval. However, participants should be aware that some state veterinary boards have limitations on the number of hours accepted in certain categories and/or restrictions on methods of delivery of continuing education.

CE Certificate Procedure Verify your attendance at the conference by signing-in at the registration desk when you pick up your badge and conference materials. You will only need to sign-in once at the conference. The Certificate of Attendance will be emailed (or mailed by request) after the conference. The back of the certificate will list all of the classes presented at the conference. Check-mark all of the classes you attended. A CE tracking form will be provided with each conference program book for use during the conference to track the sessions you attended. If you are selected for a random audit by the NYS Board for Veterinary Medicine you will be asked to submit this proof that you satisfied the mandatory continuing education requirements. Each individual is responsible for maintaining personal records of continuing education for six years from the date of the course.

For further information, please contact Amanda Mott, Continuing Education Coordinator in the CVM Office of Continuing Education at (607) 253-3200.

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Conference Information NYS-VC Registration Online registration is available at www.vet.cornell.edu/nysvc

Online registration is strongly encouraged and will help you avoid long lines and a $75 surcharge at the on-site registration desk. Seating in the classrooms will be on a first come, first served basis. The registration form can be found on pages 13-14 of this booklet. Paper registration forms with credit card information can be faxed to the NYSVMS at (518) 869-7868. Registrations paid by check should be mailed to NYSVMS, Attn: NYS-VC, 100 Great Oaks Blvd., Suite 127, Albany, NY 12203.

Full conference registration includes a name badge, attendance at all lectures, continental breakfast and boxed lunch each day, refreshment breaks, Friday’s Conference Reception with the Exhibitors (with one complimentary drink ticket), Saturday’s Purple Party and Silent Auction (with one complimentary drink ticket) and admittance to all Exhibit areas.

Spouse and guest registration includes a name badge, continental breakfast, refreshment breaks, admittance to the exhibit areas and Friday’s Conference Reception with the Exhibitors, and Saturday’s Purple Party and Silent Auction. Not included in the spouse/guest registration is admittance to lectures, lunches, or complimentary drink tickets. Guest lunches can be purchased for $42/day on the registration form. Veterinarians and veterinary technicians may not register as spouses or guests. On arrival at the conference please check-in at the Registration Desk to pick-up your conference materials, including your name badge and tickets, and to sign-in for CE credit.

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Conference Information Parking

Parking is available in the Hilton Westchester parking lots at no charge.

Proceedings

Conference proceedings will be available online in advance of the conference. Registrants will be advised how to access and/or download them after their registration form and payment have been received. Printed copies of the proceedings will not be available.

Exhibit Hall

We encourage registrants to stop by the exhibit areas and learn more about our sponsors and exhibitors. Their partnership helps keep attendance fees affordable and ensures that conference participants have access to the latest breakthroughs and best speakers. Exhibits will be open at the following times: Friday, May 16: 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.

Thanks to our Gold Sponsor

Saturday, May 17: 8 a.m. - 7 p.m. Sunday, May 18: 8 a.m. – 10 a.m.

REGISTRATION DESK HOURS Pre-Registration: Thursday, May 15: 7 p.m. - 9 p.m. Friday, May 16: 7 a.m. - 6 p.m. Saturday, May 17: 7 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sunday, May 18: 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.

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Conference Information Conference Reception with the Exhibitors - Friday, May 16

Enjoy good food and drink at the Conference Reception while greeting friends and colleagues and visiting the exhibit booths.

Purple Party and Silent Auction - Saturday, May 17

NYS-VC registrants and exhibitors are invited to the Purple Party and Silent Auction. The Purple Party celebrates the NYS-VC partnership between the NYSVMS and the College of Veterinary Medicine. This partnership is reflected in the NYS-VC logo and the prominent use of the color purple. Why purple? When Cornell’s Big Red and the blue of NYSVMS are blended, the two colors become one – PURPLE! Be sure to bid on some of the beautiful, historic and fun items available in the Silent Auction! The Silent Auction will also feature the popular Wine Wall giveaway. For every $30 wine wall ticket, a participant will go home with a gift wrapped bottle of wine valued at $25 or more. Nearly half the bottles won in 2012 and 2013 were valued between $50 and $100! The funds raised at the Silent Auction benefit the NYSVMS’ legislative advocacy through the Veterinary Political Education Committee and the NYSVMS scholarship, awarded annually to a veterinary student at Cornell. The NYSVMS scholarship was established in 1994 as a permanently-endowed scholarship at Cornell University. The scholarship provides tuition assistance to New York State residents who are third- or fourth-year students and interested in organized veterinary medicine. Contact NYSVMS headquarters and let us know what YOU can donate!

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Conference Information Hotel Information

All conference events will take place at the Hilton Westchester, located four miles from the downtown area of White Plains, two miles from Greenwich, CT and a short 30 miles from downtown New York City, at the intersection of Route 287 and Interstate 95, on the NY/CT border. Westchester Hilton | 699 Westchester Avenue | Rye Brook, NY 10573 | (914) 939-6300 | www.westchester.hilton.com $169 plus applicable taxes per night | Reserve room under NYS-VC block

Make Your Hotel Reservations Before April 15

Rooms at the hotel will sell out! Make your reservations before April 15, 2014 to receive conference rate.

HOW TO GET THERE

From I-95 North/ South: Take Exit 21 (in New York) to 287 West. Follow 287 West to Exit 10 (Bowman Ave. / Webb Ave.).

Continue through traffic light at end of the ramp for 2/10 mile. At next traffic light make a right onto 120A (Westchester Ave.). Follow Westchester three more lights and then turn left into the hotel driveway.

From 287 East / Tappan Zee Bridge: Take Exit 10 (Port Chester 120-A). After exiting, you will be on Westchester Ave. Remain in the center lane and proceed under the 287 overpass. At 4th traffic light, turn left into the hotel driveway.

From the Hutchinson River / Merritt Parkway(s) South: Take Exit 28 - Rye Brook / Lincoln Ave. Turn left onto Lincoln Ave. Turn left at next traffic light (Westchester Ave.). Turn left at next traffic light into hotel driveway. From Hutchinson River Parkway North: Take Exit 26E (Route 287 East). Take Exit 10 (Port Chester 120-A). After exiting, you will be on Westchester Ave. Remain in the center lane and proceed under the 287 overpass. At 4th traffic light, turn left into the hotel driveway.

Metro-North: White Plains is just 35 minutes to

midtown Manhattan on the Metro-North. Metro-North services 120 stations in seven New York counties. The Hudson, the Harlem and the New Haven are the three main lines that provide passenger service on the east side of the Hudson River. Services to Grand Central Terminal and 43 stations in Westchester and points east and west on the Hudson, Harlem and New Haven lines.

Amtrak: Amtrak serves Westchester County with stops at Yonkers, New Rochelle and Croton-on-Hudson. Service is also available from New Rochelle to the BostonWashington Northeast corridor and services from CrotonHarmon and Yonkers to upstate New York, Montreal, Chicago and points west.

Westchester County Airport

Distance from Hotel: 8 mi. | Drive Time: 10 min.

La Guardia Airport

Distance from Hotel: 22 mi. | Drive Time: 45 min.

John F. Kennedy International Airport

Distance from Hotel: 29 mi. | Drive Time: 55 min.

Shuttle Service to the Hilton Westchester can be arranged with UniPark Services Corp. Visit uniparkservices.com or call (201) 954-5319.

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PURPLE PARTY & SILENT AUCTION Fundraiser to Benefit Cornell Veterinary Student Scholarships and the NYSVMS Political Education Committee (V-PEC) Saturday, May 17, 2014 • 5-7p.m. • New York State Spring Veterinary Conference • Hilton Westchester, Rye Brook, NY The funds raised at the SILENT AUCTION benefit NYSVMS legislative advocacy through the VETERINARY POLITICAL EDUCATION COMMITTEE and the NYSVMS SCHOLARSHIP, awarded annually to a veterinary student at Cornell. The NYSVMS scholarship was established in 1994 as a permanently-endowed scholarship at CORNELL UNIVERSITY. The scholarship provides tuition assistance to New York State residents who are third-or fourth-year students and interested in organized veterinary medicine. The Silent Auction will once again feature the popular WINE WALL giveaway. Donate a bottle of wine valued at more than $25 dollars to the Wine Wall. Attendees will purchase a ticket to receive a gift-wrapped surprise bottle. Nearly half the bottles won in 2012 and 2013 were valued between $50 and $100! POPULAR DONATION ITEMS INCLUDE: gift baskets, wine and beer baskets, overnight stays, artwork, jewelry, sporting event tickets, electronics and historical veterinary objects. Contact NYSVMS HEADQUARTERS and let us know what YOU CAN DONATE!

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I wish to donate an item to the Silent Auction _____ and/or Wine Wall _____ Donor Name: ____________________________________________________________________________________________ Organization Name: _______________________________________________________________________________________ Mailing Address: ______________________________ City: ___________________________ State: _____ Zip: ____________ Phone: _______________________________ Fax: ________________________________ Email: ________________________ How will you deliver item:

Directly to conference

Ship to NYSVMS

Other _________________________________

Describe the item you are donating (please be as descriptive as possible): _______________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Approximate Retail Value: $_________________________ Please fax this form to (518) 869-7868 or email the form to Bryana Wachowicz, bwachowicz@nysvms.org


NYS Veterinary Conference Registration Form Register online at www.vet.cornell.edu/nysvc 1. REGISTRANT

3. ONE-DAY REGISTRATION

Registrant’s name__________________________________________________

Do not register here if you’ve registered for the full conference. Daily Registration includes name badge, lectures, exhibits, refreshment breaks and lunch for the day registered, and online Proceedings. Please check the day(s) you will attend the NYS-VC. Postmarked Postmarked Postmarked

Title(s) (eg. DVM, VMD, VT, LVT) ________________________________________ Email___________________________________________________________ (required for confirmation) College_________________________ Year of Graduation___________________          NYSVMS Regional __________________________________________________

by 4/15/14

by 5/2/14

after 5/2/14*

q F riday, May 16 q Saturday, May 17 q Sunday, May 18

$275 $275 $200

$375 $375 $300

$475 $475 $400

Practice Type: q Academic q Companion Animal q Corporate q Exotics q Feline Only q Laboratory Animal q Mixed Practice q Regulatory q Research q Student q Other

TOTAL CONFERENCE REGISTRATION:

Practice Name ____________________________________________________

4. LUNCH TICKETS FOR CONFERENCE ATTENDEES

$____________

(The lunch fee is included in Full Conference and Daily Registration fees) Work Address ____________________________________________________ City ____________________________________________________________ State ________________________________ Zip________________________ Telephone__________________________ Fax___________________________ Spouse/Guest Name for Badge _________________________________________

Please confirm the days you will require a lunch ticket. Meal tickets must be presented at each meal function. Spouses and guests must purchase lunch tickets separately. q Friday Lunch q Saturday Lunch q Sunday Lunch

Please advise us of any special needs you may have.

5. SPOUSE/GUEST CONFERENCE REGISTRATION

____________________________________________________________

Veterinarians and veterinary technicians cannot register as a spouse or guest.

How did you hear about this event? q Internet q Email invitation q NYSVMS News q Cornell website q Direct mail q Magazine q Advertisement q Word of mouth

q Spouse/Guest (includes name badge, refreshment breaks, evening receptions)

2. FULL CONFERENCE REGISTRATION

TOTAL SPOUSE/GUEST/ REGISTRATION:

Includes name badge, welcome reception, lectures, online proceedings, 3 continental breakfasts, 3 lunches, Conference Reception (with one party drink ticket), Purple Party (with one party drink ticket). q Cornell DVM Graduates/ NYSVMS Active/ Associate Member

Postmarked Postmarked Postmarked

$435

$535

$635

q NYSVMS Life/Retired/Distinguished Member

by 4/15/14

by 5/2/14

$____________

6. ADDITIONAL LUNCH TICKETS FOR GUESTS (Lunch fee is included for Full Conference and Daily Registrants)

after 5/2/14*

$205

$305

$405

q Non-CU Grad/Non-NYSVMS Member Veterinarian $545

$645

$745

q 2014, 2013, 2012 Veterinary Graduate

$195

$295

$395

q Veterinary Technicians**

$205

$305

$405

* On-site registration will include a $75 surcharge in addition to the postmarked after 5/2/2014 fee. ** Pre-register 3 or more LVTs from the same practice with the same payment and receive $25 off each technician registration

TOTAL FULL CONFERENCE REGISTRATION:

$100

$_____________

Meal tickets must be presented at each meal function. Spouses and guests must purchase lunch tickets to be presented at each meal function. FRIDAY LUNCH:

#_______X $42 = $____________

SATURDAY LUNCH: #_______X $42 = $____________ SUNDAY LUNCH:

#_______X $42 = $____________

7. CONFERENCE RECEPTION - Friday, May 16 Attendance and one complimentary drink ticket is included with the Full Conference Registration and Friday Only Registration. q Yes, I will attend the Reception on Friday evening. q Yes, I will be bringing a guest (must be registered).

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NYS Veterinary Conference Registration Form Register online at www.vet.cornell.edu/nysvc

8. PURPLE PARTY and SILENT AUCTION - Saturday, May 17 Attendance and one complimentary drink ticket is included with the Full Conference Registration and Saturday Only Registration. q Yes, I will attend the Purple Party and Silent Auction on Saturday evening. q Yes, I will be bringing a guest (must be registered).

9. GRAND TOTAL ENCLOSED

$_____________________________

Completed registration forms can be faxed to 518-869-7868 or mailed with your credit card information or check made payable to the NYSVMS to: NYSVMS, 100 Great Oaks Blvd., Suite 127 Albany, NY 12203 Please charge my q Visa q MasterCard  q Discover  q American Express Name on Card: _______________________________________________________ Card #_____________________________________________________________ Expiration Date_______________________________CVV Code _________________ Billing Zip/Postal Code: _________________________________________________ Cancellation Policy: To cancel your registration call (518) 869-7867 or (607) 253-3200. Your payment, less a $100 processing fee will be refundable until May 9, 2014. No refunds will be issued after that date or for failure to attend.

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What to Do in Westchester When not in class enjoy the amenities at the Hilton Westchester including indoor and outdoor pools, saunas, fitness center, tennis courts and walking trails. Venture out to White Plans to enjoy shopping, restaurants and nightlife or hop on the Metro-North and go to New York City for the evening. Bring the family and enjoy trips to the below local sites in Westchester.

Hudson River Museum www.hrm.org | 511 Warburton Ave.,

Washington Irving’s Sunnyside

Yonkers | Tel: (914) 963-4550 The galleries and restored period room of Glenview, a vintage Hudson River home, showcase American art, history and science. The Hudson Riverama simulates the river with scenic designs, interactive experiences, multimedia technology, aquariums and a scale model. Explore outer space inside Andrus Planetarium. Open year-round, Wednesday through Sunday, Noon - 5 p.m.

www.hudsonvalley.org/historic-sites/washington-irvings-sunnyside | West Sunnyside Ln., Tarrytown | Tel. (914) 591-8763 Visit the cozy “Snuggery” of beloved author Washington Irving, whose Legend of Sleepy Hollow has delighted generations of readers. His charming home sits on the banks of the Hudson amid a wonderfully romantic landscape. A gift shop and picnic area are on site. Tours are led by costumed guides.

Katonah Museum of Art www.katonahmuseum.org | 134 Jay St., Katonah | Tel: (914) 232-9555 Visual arts are beautifully displayed through an innovative exhibition and education programs. The acclaimed Children’s Learning Center is free to families and the Sculpture Garden provides refuge and visual pleasure. Guided tours daily at 2:30 p.m.

Go further afield and visit:

Kykuit, The Rockefeller Estate

www.hudsonvalley.org/historic-sites/kykuit | 381 North Broadway, Sleepy Hollow | Tel. (914) 631-8200 This extraordinary landmark was home to four generations of the Rockefeller family. Tour the main rooms of the six-story stone house; the expansive terraced gardens containing an exceptional collection of Picasso tapestries, and the Coach Barn with classic automobiles and horse-drawn carriages. Artists include Henry Moore, Alexander Calder, Louise Nevelson and David Smith. Tours May - September, Wednesday - Sunday; Oct. 1 - 31, daily except Tuesday, departing from nearby Philipsburg Manor.

Lyndhurst www.lyndhurst.org

| 635 South Broadway, Tarrytown | Tel: (914) 631-4481 Visit Alexander Jackson Davis’s 1838 Gothic Revival masterpiece to marvel at the same dramatic views of the Hudson River once enjoyed by railroad baron Jay Gould. Lyndhurst is also renowned for its outstanding collections and beautiful landscape. Open May-November, Friday - Sunday, 10 a.m. - 5 p. m.; Monday, Noon - 5 p.m.

Neuberger Museum of Art www.neuberger.org | 735 Anderson Hill Rd., Purchase | Tel: (914) 251-6100 One of the region’s finest cultural resources and an integral part of SUNY Purchase, the museum features Modern American art, Westchester’s only permanent exhibition of African art and changing exhibitions. Open Tuesday through Sunday, Noon - 5 p.m. Closed Monday and major holidays.

Bronx Zoo

www.bronxzoo.com | 2300 Southern Blvd., Bronx | Tel. (718) 220-5100 The Bronx Zoo of the Wildlife Conservation Society is the premier place to study and appreciate the world’s many creatures. Home to more than 6,000 animals, the zoo spans 265 acres that re-create the diverse natural habitats of its numerous residents, from the gorillas of the Congo to the snow leopards of the Himalayas

Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk

www.maritimeaquarium.org | 10 North Water St., Norwalk, CT | Tel. (203) 852-0700 See sharks, seals, otters, jellies, sea turtles and other amazing animals from Long Island Sound. Year-round study cruises bring visitors right into the Sound to experience its amazing animals in their own environment. Changing exhibits, special events, two hands-on touch tanks and an IMAX theater with its sixstory-tall screen ensure every Aquarium experience is fun and educational, too.

Yankee Stadium newyork.yankees.mlb.com

| 1 E. 161st St. Bronx | Tel. (646) 977-8400 Go to a game or take a tour of “the House that Ruth Built,” constructed from 1921 to 1923, and the original home of the New

York Yankees, 27-time World Series champions. The Yankees played all of their home games at this stadium in the Bronx until 2008, when a new stadium was completed across the street. Now, the Yankees inhabit a deluxe new stadium (where they won their most recent World Series), and the old Yankee Stadium is being deconstructed and turned into a park.

Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture

www.stonebarnscenter.org | 630 Bedford Rd., Pocantico Hills | Tel: (914) 366-6200 Farm and education center that celebrates community-based food production. Blue Hill at Stone Barns restaurant brings field and pasture to the plate. Programs and activities include farm tours, cooking classes, tastings, how-to workshops, lectures, book discussions and more. Open Wednesday - Sunday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

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