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2019 PROGRAM & CONFERENCE

EXHIBIT HALL GUIDE


Guard them from danger. Gard them for life. Monthly Parasite Protection

PREVENTS HEARTWORM DISEASE

TREATS & CONTROLS ROUNDWORMS & HOOKWORMS

PUPPIES @ 6 WEEKS

KILLS TICKS

KILLS FLEAS

PUPPIES @ 8 WEEKS WEIGHING 4 LBS. OR MORE

IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION: HEARTGARD Plus (ivermectin/pyrantel) is well tolerated. All dogs should be tested for heartworm infection before starting a preventive program. Following the use of HEARTGARD Plus, digestive and neurological side effects have rarely been reported. For more information, see the prescribing information or visit www.HEARTGARD.com. IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION: NexGard (afoxolaner) is for use in dogs only. The most frequently reported adverse reactions include vomiting, pruritus, lethargy, diarrhea and lack of appetite. The safe use of NexGard in pregnant, breeding, or lactating dogs has not been evaluated. Use with caution in dogs with a history of seizures or neurologic disorders. For more information, see the full prescribing information or visit www.NexGardForDogs.com. HEARTGARD®, NexGard®, and the Dog & Hand logo® are registered trademarks of Merial. ©2018 Merial, Inc., Duluth, GA. All rights reserved. PET-0920-PHA1118.

NexGard and HEARTGARD Plus are Merial products. Merial is now part of Boehringer Ingelheim.


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Thank you for joining us at WVC’s 91st Annual Conference! In four immersive days we have brought together the best of the best in veterinary medicine for impactful education, innovation, collaboration and connections that truly matter. We know you have many choices when it comes to selecting an education provider and that your time as a veterinary professional is limited and valuable. That’s exactly what our “It Matters” message conveys – it matters where you turn for education & expertise to treat your patients. It matters that you seek out the latest trends to keep you a cut above the rest, so you can return to your practice with quality and practical knowledge. Clients and families rely on you to provide the best care for their animals, and we appreciate that you have chosen to rely on the WVC Annual Conference to provide the best education, technologies and resources to ensure your patients and practice thrive. It is important not to forget that you matter. Your role as a veterinary professional profoundly a�ects the lives of patients and families on a daily basis. You a�ect a multitude of lives, and we work hard to recognize and adapt to your needs as an valued member of the veterinary community. With a 91-year proven track record, we have a lot to live up to! Over the next four days, hear from the most highly sought experts in the veterinary profession discuss medical and business advancements that will help you deliver exceptional patient care. Annual Conference is more than just four days of learning and hands-on practical’s, we have a star-studded entertainment lineup to help you unwind Vegas-style. Hear from the motivational speaker Mel Robbins, spend an evening with Big Bang Theory's Mayim Bialik or enjoy a foot-stomping performance by CMA Entertainer of the Year, Keith Urban! Monday night, join us for a night of fun and fundraising as we Party for a Purpose at the House of Blues to support Noah's Animal Shelter.

We encourage you to visit the exhibit hall during our new, dedicated breaks! It’s the heart of all of the action— bringing together new innovative products from over 500 veterinary companies, live training on the show �oor, face-time with old friends, plus other highly anticipated activities! New to the exhibit hall this year is WVC Central, the perfect area to relax, recharge, and try your luck at winning big with the WVC team! The success of WVC is thanks to the combined strength of the wonderful people who comprise our sta�, the Board of Directors who guide us, and most importantly YOU! Your powerful decision to further your professional knowledge matters to WVC, to your patients and to their families. Let’s take advantage of this opportunity and maximize the possibilities over the next few days – we wish you a great Conference!

Darwin R. Yoder

Darwin R. Yoder, MS, DVM President, 2019 WVC

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chewables

CAUTION: Federal (U.S.A.) law restricts this drug to use by or on the order of a licensed veterinarian. INDICATIONS: For use in dogs to prevent canine heartworm disease by eliminating the tissue stage of heartworm larvae (Dirofilaria immitis) for a month (30 days) after infection and for the treatment and control of ascarids (Toxocara canis, Toxascaris leonina) and hookworms (Ancylostoma caninum, Uncinaria stenocephala, Ancylostoma braziliense). DOSAGE: HEARTGARD® Plus (ivermectin/pyrantel) should be administered orally at monthly intervals at the recommended minimum dose level of 6 mcg of ivermectin per kilogram (2.72 mcg/lb) and 5 mg of pyrantel (as pamoate salt) per kg (2.27 mg/lb) of body weight. The recommended dosing schedule for prevention of canine heartworm disease and for the treatment and control of ascarids and hookworms is as follows: Dog Weight

Chewables Per Month

Ivermectin Content

Pyrantel Content

Color Coding 0n Foil Backing and Carton

Up to 25 lb 26 to 50 lb 51 to 100 lb

1 1 1

68 mcg 136 mcg 272 mcg

57 mg 114 mg 227 mg

Blue Green Brown

HEARTGARD Plus is recommended for dogs 6 weeks of age and older. For dogs over 100 lb use the appropriate combination of these chewables. ADMINISTRATION: Remove only one chewable at a time from the foil-backed blister card. Return the card with the remaining chewables to its box to protect the product from light. Because most dogs find HEARTGARD Plus palatable, the product can be offered to the dog by hand. Alternatively, it may be added intact to a small amount of dog food.The chewable should be administered in a manner that encourages the dog to chew, rather than to swallow without chewing. Chewables may be broken into pieces and fed to dogs that normally swallow treats whole. Care should be taken that the dog consumes the complete dose, and treated animals should be observed for a few minutes after administration to ensure that

CAUTION: Federal (USA) law restricts this drug to use by or on the order of a licensed veterinarian. Description: NexGard® (afoxolaner) is available in four sizes of beef-flavored, soft chewables for oral administration to dogs and puppies according to their weight. Each chewable is formulated to provide a minimum afoxolaner dosage of 1.14 mg/lb (2.5 mg/kg). Afoxolaner has the chemical composition 1-Naphthalenecarboxamide, 4-[5- [3-chloro-5(trifluoromethyl)-phenyl]-4, 5-dihydro-5-(trifluoromethyl)-3-isoxazolyl]-N[2-oxo-2-[(2,2,2-trifluoroethyl)amino]ethyl. Indications: NexGard kills adult fleas and is indicated for the treatment and prevention of flea infestations (Ctenocephalides felis), and the treatment and control of Black-legged tick (Ixodes scapularis), American Dog tick (Dermacentor variabilis), Lone Star tick (Amblyomma americanum), and Brown dog tick (Rhipicephalus sanguineus) infestations in dogs and puppies 8 weeks of age and older, weighing 4 pounds of body weight or greater, for one month. NexGard is indicated for the prevention of Borrelia burgdorferi infections as a direct result of killing Ixodes scapularis vector ticks. Dosage and Administration: NexGard is given orally once a month, at the minimum dosage of 1.14 mg/lb (2.5 mg/kg). Dosing Schedule: Body Weight 4.0 to 10.0 lbs. 10.1 to 24.0 lbs. 24.1 to 60.0 lbs. 60.1 to 121.0 lbs. Over 121.0 lbs.

Afoxolaner Per Chewables Chewable (mg) Administered 11.3 One 28.3 One 68 One 136 One Administer the appropriate combination of chewables

NexGard can be administered with or without food. Care should be taken that the dog consumes the complete dose, and treated animals should be observed for a few minutes to ensure that part of the dose is not lost or refused. If it is suspected that any of the dose has been lost or if vomiting occurs within two hours of administration, redose with another full dose. If a dose is missed, administer NexGard and resume a monthly dosing schedule. Flea Treatment and Prevention: Treatment with NexGard may begin at any time of the year. In areas where fleas are common year-round, monthly treatment with NexGard should continue the entire year without interruption. To minimize the likelihood of flea reinfestation, it is important to treat all animals within a household with an approved flea control product. Tick Treatment and Control: Treatment with NexGard may begin at any time of the year (see Effectiveness). Contraindications: There are no known contraindications for the use of NexGard. Warnings: Not for use in humans. Keep this and all drugs out of the reach of children. In case of accidental ingestion, contact a physician immediately. Precautions: Afoxolaner is a member of the isoxazoline class. This class has been associated with neurologic adverse reactions including tremors, ataxia, and seizures. Seizures have been reported in dogs receiving isoxazoline class drugs, even in dogs without a history of seizures. Use with caution in dogs

part of the dose is not lost or rejected. If it is suspected that any of the dose has been lost, redosing is recommended. HEARTGARD Plus should be given at monthly intervals during the period of the year when mosquitoes (vectors), potentially carrying infective heartworm larvae, are active. The initial dose must be given within a month (30 days) after the dog’s first exposure to mosquitoes. The final dose must be given within a month (30 days) after the dog’s last exposure to mosquitoes. When replacing another heartworm preventive product in a heartworm disease preventive program, the first dose of HEARTGARD Plus must be given within a month (30 days) of the last dose of the former medication. If the interval between doses exceeds a month (30 days), the efficacy of ivermectin can be reduced. Therefore, for optimal performance, the chewable must be given once a month on or about the same day of the month. If treatment is delayed, whether by a few days or many, immediate treatment with HEARTGARD Plus and resumption of the recommended dosing regimen will minimize the opportunity for the development of adult heartworms. Monthly treatment with HEARTGARD Plus also provides effective treatment and control of ascarids (T. canis, T. leonina) and hookworms (A. caninum, U. stenocephala, A. braziliense). Clients should be advised of measures to be taken to prevent reinfection with intestinal parasites. EFFICACY: HEARTGARD Plus Chewables, given orally using the recommended dose and regimen, are effective against the tissue larval stage of D.immitis for a month (30 days) after infection and, as a result, prevent the development of the adult stage. HEARTGARD Plus Chewables are also effective against canine ascarids (T. canis, T. leonina) and hookworms (A. caninum, U. stenocephala, A. braziliense). ACCEPTABILITY: In acceptability and field trials, HEARTGARD Plus was shown to be an acceptable oral dosage form that was consumed at first offering by the majority of dogs. PRECAUTIONS: All dogs should be tested for existing heartworm infection before starting treatment with HEARTGARD Plus which is not effective against adult D. immitis. Infected dogs must be treated to remove adult heartworms and microfilariae before initiating a program with HEARTGARD Plus. While some microfilariae may be killed by the ivermectin in HEARTGARD Plus at the recommended dose level, HEARTGARD Plus is not effective for microfilariae clearance. A mild hypersensitivity-type reaction, presumably due to dead or dying microfilariae and particularly involving a transient diarrhea, has been observed in clinical trials with ivermectin alone after treatment of some dogs that have circulating microfilariae. Keep this and all drugs out of the reach of children.

In case of ingestion by humans, clients should be advised to contact a physician immediately. Physicians may contact a Poison Control Center for advice concerning cases of ingestion by humans. Store between 68°F - 77°F (20°C - 25°C). Excursions between 59°F - 86°F (15°C 30°C) are permitted. Protect product from light. ADVERSE REACTIONS: In clinical field trials with HEARTGARD Plus, vomiting or diarrhea within 24 hours of dosing was rarely observed (1.1% of administered doses). The following adverse reactions have been reported following the use of HEARTGARD: Depression/lethargy, vomiting, anorexia, diarrhea, mydriasis, ataxia, staggering, convulsions and hypersalivation. SAFETY: HEARTGARD Plus has been shown to be bioequivalent to HEARTGARD, with respect to the bioavailability of ivermectin. The dose regimens of HEARTGARD Plus and HEARTGARD are the same with regard to ivermectin (6 mcg/kg). Studies with ivermectin indicate that certain dogs of the Collie breed are more sensitive to the effects of ivermectin administered at elevated dose levels (more than 16 times the target use level) than dogs of other breeds. At elevated doses, sensitive dogs showed adverse reactions which included mydriasis, depression, ataxia, tremors, drooling, paresis, recumbency, excitability, stupor, coma and death. HEARTGARD demonstrated no signs of toxicity at 10 times the recommended dose (60 mcg/kg) in sensitive Collies. Results of these trials and bioequivalency studies, support the safety of HEARTGARD products in dogs, including Collies, when used as recommended. HEARTGARD Plus has shown a wide margin of safety at the recommended dose level in dogs, including pregnant or breeding bitches, stud dogs and puppies aged 6 or more weeks. In clinical trials, many commonly used flea collars, dips, shampoos, anthelmintics, antibiotics, vaccines and steroid preparations have been administered with HEARTGARD Plus in a heartworm disease prevention program. In one trial, where some pups had parvovirus, there was a marginal reduction in efficacy against intestinal nematodes, possibly due to a change in intestinal transit time. HOW SUPPLIED: HEARTGARD Plus is available in three dosage strengths (See DOSAGE section) for dogs of different weights. Each strength comes in convenient cartons of 6 and 12 chewables. For customer service, please contact Merial at 1-888-637-4251.

with a history of seizures or neurologic disorders (see Adverse Reactions and Post-Approval Experience). The safe use of NexGard in breeding, pregnant or lactating dogs has not been evaluated. Adverse Reactions: In a well-controlled US field study, which included a total of 333 households and 615 treated dogs (415 administered afoxolaner; 200 administered active control), no serious adverse reactions were observed with NexGard. Over the 90-day study period, all observations of potential adverse reactions were recorded. The most frequent reactions reported at an incidence of > 1% within any of the three months of observations are presented in the following table. The most frequently reported adverse reaction was vomiting. The occurrence of vomiting was generally selflimiting and of short duration and tended to decrease with subsequent doses in both groups. Five treated dogs experienced anorexia during the study, and two of those dogs experienced anorexia with the first dose but not subsequent doses.

and mammals may be inferred by the differential sensitivity of the insects and acarines’ GABA receptors versus mammalian GABA receptors. Effectiveness: In a well-controlled laboratory study, NexGard began to kill fleas four hours after initial administration and demonstrated >99% effectiveness at eight hours. In a separate well-controlled laboratory study, NexGard demonstrated 100% effectiveness against adult fleas 24 hours post-infestation for 35 days, and was ≥93% effective at 12 hours post-infestation throug h Day 21, and on Day 35. On Day 28, NexGard was 81.1% effective 12 hours post-infestation. Dogs in both the treated and control groups that were infested with fleas on Day -1 generated flea eggs at 12- and 24-hours post-treatment (0-11 eggs and 1-17 eggs in the NexGard treated dogs, and 4-90 eggs and 0-118 eggs in the control dogs, at 12- and 24-hours, respectively). At subsequent evaluations post-infestation, fleas from dogs in the treated group were essentially unable to produce any eggs (0-1 eggs) while fleas from dogs in the control group continued to produce eggs (1-141 eggs). In a 90-day US field study conducted in households with existing flea infestations of varying severity, the effectiveness of NexGard against fleas on the Day 30, 60 and 90 visits compared with baseline was 98.0%, 99.7%, and 99.9%, respectively. Collectively, the data from the three studies (two laboratory and one field) demonstrate that NexGard kills fleas before they can lay eggs, thus preventing subsequent flea infestations after the start of treatment of existing flea infestations. In well-controlled laboratory studies, NexGard demonstrated >97% effectiveness against Dermacentor variabilis, >94% effectiveness against Ixodes scapularis, and >93% effectiveness against Rhipicephalus sanguineus, 48 hours post-infestation for 30 days. At 72 hours post-infestation, NexGard demonstrated >97% effectiveness against Amblyomma americanum for 30 days. In two separate, well-controlled laboratory studies, NexGard was effective at preventing Borrelia burgdorferi infections after dogs were infested with Ixodes scapularis vector ticks 28 days post-treatment. Animal Safety: In a margin of safety study, NexGard was administered orally to 8 to 9-week-old Beagle puppies at 1, 3, and 5 times the maximum exposure dose (6.3 mg/kg) for three treatments every 28 days, followed by three treatments every 14 days, for a total of six treatments. Dogs in the control group were sham-dosed. There were no clinically-relevant effects related to treatment on physical examination, body weight, food consumption, clinical pathology (hematology, clinical chemistries, or coagulation tests), gross pathology, histopathology or organ weights. Vomiting occurred throughout the study, with a similar incidence in the treated and control groups, including one dog in the 5x group that vomited four hours after treatment. In a well-controlled field study, NexGard was used concomitantly with other medications, such as vaccines, anthelmintics, antibiotics (including topicals), steroids, NSAIDS, anesthetics, and antihistamines. No adverse reactions were observed from the concomitant use of NexGard with other medications. Storage Information: Store at or below 30°C (86°F) with excursions permitted up to 40°C (104°F). How Supplied: NexGard is available in four sizes of beef-flavored soft chewables: 11.3, 28.3, 68 or 136 mg afoxolaner. Each chewable size is available in colorcoded packages of 1, 3 or 6 beef-flavored chewables.

Table 1: Dogs With Adverse Reactions. Treatment Group Afoxolaner Oral active control Vomiting (with and without blood) Dry/Flaky Skin Diarrhea (with and without blood) Lethargy Anorexia

N1

% (n=415)

N2

% (n=200)

17 13 13 7 5

4.1 3.1 3.1 1.7 1.2

25 2 7 4 9

12.5 1.0 3.5 2.0 4.5

Number of dogs in the afoxolaner treatment group with the identified abnormality. Number of dogs in the control group with the identified abnormality. In the US field study, one dog with a history of seizures experienced a seizure on the same day after receiving the first dose and on the same day after receiving the second dose of NexGard. This dog experienced a third seizure one week after receiving the third dose. The dog remained enrolled and completed the study. Another dog with a history of seizures had a seizure 19 days after the third dose of NexGard. The dog remained enrolled and completed the study. A third dog with a history of seizures received NexGard and experienced no seizures throughout the study. Post-Approval Experience (July 2018): The following adverse events are based on post-approval adverse drug experience reporting. Not all adverse events are reported to FDA/CVM. It is not always possible to reliably estimate the adverse event frequency or establish a causal relationship to product exposure using these data. The following adverse events reported for dogs are listed in decreasing order of reporting frequency for NexGard: Vomiting, pruritus, lethargy, diarrhea (with and without blood), anorexia, seizure, hyperactivity/restlessness, panting, erythema, ataxia, dermatitis (including rash, papules), allergic reactions (including hives, swelling), and tremors. Contact Information: For a copy of the Safety Data Sheet (SDS) or to report suspected adverse drug events, contact Merial at 1-888-637-4251 or www.nexgardfordogs.com. For additional information about adverse drug experience reporting for animal drugs, contact FDA at 1-888-FDA-VETS or online at http://www.fda. gov/AnimalVeterinary/SafetyHealth. Mode of Action: Afoxolaner is a member of the isoxazoline family, shown to bind at a binding site to inhibit insect and acarine ligand-gated chloride channels, in particular those gated by the neurotransmitter gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA), thereby blocking pre- and post-synaptic transfer of chloride ions across cell membranes. Prolonged afoxolaner-induced hyperexcitation results in uncontrolled activity of the central nervous system and death of insects and acarines. The selective toxicity of afoxolaner between insects and acarines 1

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®HEARTGARD and the Dog & Hand logo are registered trademarks of Merial. ©2015 Merial, Inc., Duluth, GA. All rights reserved.

NADA 141-406, Approved by FDA Marketed by: Frontline Vet Labs™, a Division of Merial, Inc. Duluth, GA 30096-4640 USA Made in Brazil. ®NexGard is a registered trademark, and TM FRONTLINE VET LABS is a trademark, of Merial. ©2018 Merial. All rights reserved. 1050-4493-07 Rev. 05/2018


TABLE OF CONTENTS CONFERENCE INFORMATION

Participant Discounts 18 CE Certificate 162 Conference at a Glance 4–5 Conference Services 8 Dr. Jack Walther Leadership Award Recipients 20–21 Exhibit Hall Exhibit Hall Tab Food Animal Incentive Award Recipients 20 Safety Information 161 Sponsors Thank You 7 Travel & Transportation 9 WVC-Connect 10 PROGRAM Program content subject to change. See wvc.org or WVC-Connect App for up-to-date information.

2018 Educators of the Year/Special Recognition 28 2019 Record of Sessions See Insert After 68 Continuing Education Credit Information 162 Industry Breakfast/Lunch Seminars 86–87 Learning Lounge 94–95 Moderators 33 Speakers 29–32 Symposia 72–73 VETERINARIANS

Avian & Exotics Equine Food Animal Hands-on Laboratories Small Animal Workshops

62–63 65–67 68–70 88–89 37–59 92

VETERINARY TECHNICIANS

Hands-on Laboratories Industry Breakfast/Lunch Seminars Symposia Veterinary Technician Program Workshops PRACTICE MANAGEMENT

Practice Management Program Symposia Workshops EXHIBIT HALL

Exhibit Hall Map Exhibitor Listing (category) Exhibitor Listing (descriptions) Vet Detective SOCIAL

Activities Alumni Receptions Meetings ABOUT WVC

Board of Directors Board of Director Candidates/Voting Education Managers Past Presidents

102 103 102-103 97–101 102 105-111 112 112 Insert 150–157 113–149 After Exhibit Hall Tab 16–17 10 10 23 24–26 23 27

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CONFERENCE AT A GLANCE

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19

9:00a–7:00p

Airport Shuttle Service

6:00a–8:30p

Shuttle Buses from Hotels to MBCC

2:00–6:00p

Registration Open @ MBCC

7:00a–5:00p

Registration Open

3:00–9:00p

Registration Open @ Mandalay Bay Hotel Front Desk

7:30a–7:00p

Scientific Program

9:00a–6:00p

Exhibit Hall Open

8:00a–5:00p

Veterinary Tech Village Sponsored By

9:00a–4:00p

Learning Lounge

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17 7:00a–6:30p

Shuttle Buses from Hotels to MBCC

7:00a–6:00p

Registration Open

8:00a–10:00p

Shuttle Buses from Airport to Hotels

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SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM BEGINS! 10:30a–6:00p

Scientific Program

7:00–8:30p

Hill's Evening with Mayim Bialik

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18

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6:00a–10:00p

Shuttle Buses from Hotels to MBCC

7:00a–5:00p

Registration Open

7:30a–7:00p

Scientific Program

9:00a–6:00p

Exhibit Hall Open

8:00a–5:00p

EXHIBIT HALL MIXER DRINKS & NETWORKING 4:30–6:00p

Exhibit Hall Mixer

8:00–9:30p

Keith Urban Concert

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20 6:00a-6:00p

Shuttle Buses from MBCC to Airport

6:00a-7:00p

Shuttle Buses from Hotels to MBCC

7:00a–2:00p

Registration Open (Texas Reg open until 5:00p)

7:30a-6:00p

Scientific Program

Veterinary Tech Village Sponsored By

9:00a-2:00p

Exhibit Hall Open

9:30a–5:00p

Learning Lounge

8:00a–5:00p

Veterinary Tech Village Sponsored By

7:30-9:00p

Technician Reception at House of Blues

9:30a-1:30p

Learning Lounge

9:00p-12:00a

Party for a Purpose at House of Blues

1:30p

Vet Detective Drawing

MBCC- Mandalay Bay Convention Center


CONFERENCE AT A GLANCE

HANDS-ON LABS SCHEDULE

SHUTTLE SCHEDULE 7:00a & 1:00p Saturday - Wednesday

Oquendo Center lab Shuttle departs MBCC

LAB SCHEDULE 7:30a - 5:30p Saturday - Wednesday

Oquendo Center Hands-on Labs See pages (88-89) for more details

READY, SET,

GREEN

WVC is dedicated to reducing its ecological footprint. Together with our partners, Mandalay Bay Convention Center and GES, we utilize the following green initiatives for the WVC 91st Annual Conference:

JOIN US AT THE EXHIBIT HALL

EXHIBIT HALL MIXER (NO SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM) 4:30 - 6:00p Mix and mingle over drinks Tuesday See page (158) for more details INDUSTRY SEMINARS (CE IN EXHIBIT HALL ONLY) (LEARN MORE PG 37)

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9:30 - 10:20a Monday - Wednesday

Industry Breakfast Seminars

12:30 - 1:20p Monday - Wednesday

Industry Lunch Seminars

4:00 - 4:50p Monday - Tuesday

Industry PM Refresh Seminars

NEW

EXHIBIT HALL BREAKS/LUNCH (LEARN MORE PG 37) 9:30 - 10:30a Monday - Wednesday

Morning Break

NEW

12:30 - 2:00p Monday - Wednesday

Exhibit Hall Lunch

NEW

4:00 - 5:00p Monday - Tuesday

Afternoon Break

NEW

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EXPERIENCE VEGAS

See what Las Vegas has to offer, and enjoy an experience like no other. Plan out your trip with list of additional activities in pages 16-18 and visit wvc.org/conference for more information.

Breakfast included with session.

Lunch included with session.

Using recycled content in printing materials and giveaways. Providing re-usable water bottles and water stations throughout the Convention Center. Offering the Conference Program through the WVC-Connect App. The boxes used for box lunches are made from 100% recycled craft cardboard. All banquet coffee is organic and is certifi ed by QAI (Quality Assurance International), which is a certifi cation company authorized by the United States Department of Agriculture. All Conference and Exhibit Hall paper and plastic waste will be recycled on-site. On-site recycling is available throughout the Convention Center. In 2018, 78% of exhibit waste was recycled. Approximately 20% of the power demand of the Mandalay Bay campus is serviced by solar panels. The primary lighting in the Convention Center is completely upgraded. Annually, this saves the amount of electricity it would take to power 369 U.S. homes for a year. Mandalay Bay was given the highest possible rating, 5 Keys, in the Green Key Eco-Rating Program, which evaluates properties based on their green operations. MGM Resorts International has partnered with Three Square Food Bank, to collect leftover food and donate it to Three Square. Three Square will blast chill the banquet meals and store them until they're needed to feed some of the 279,000 people who struggle with food insecurity in Southern Nevada.

Snack included with session.

MBCC- Mandalay Bay Convention Center

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HILL'S PRESENTS AN N EVENING & CONVERSATION WITH

MAYIM BIALIK Animal Lover Mayim Bialik discusses being a scientist, playing one on The Big Bang Theory, and being a supporter of animal welfare.

Sunday, February 17 „ 7:00p Mandalay Bay Ballroom EG, Level 2 Complimentary with registration

Conference badge required for entry.


SPONSORS THANK YOU WITH GRATITUDE TO OUR SPONSORS SAPPHIRE

EXECUTIVE AKORN AVMA LIFE CALICO FINANCIAL COMPANION ANIMAL HEALTH BY LITECURE

GENERAL AAHA - AMERICAN ANIMAL HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION

LAS VEGAS VETERINARY SPECIALTY CENTER

ADDISON BIOLOGICAL LABORATORY, INC.

LIVE OAK BANK

ADEQUAN CANINE

MEDIVET BIOLOGICS

ADVANCED MONITORS CORP. ALFA WASSERMANN DIAGNOSTIC TECHNOLOGIES ALLACCEM SANOS

PLATINUM

AMERICAN VETERINARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION ANSELL ARBOR DAY FOUNDATION AVENTIX AVMA PLIT BANK OF AMERICA PRACTICE SOLUTIONS BLUE BUFFALO COMPANY BLUE RIVER PETCARE CARECREDIT CLARIUS MOBILE HEALTH

GOLD

CLAYPAWS KITS CORE IMAGING CRYOPROBE DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING SYSTEMS, INC. DIGATHERM, LLC DIGICARE ANIMAL HEALTH ELLEVET SCIENCES ELLMAN, A CYNOSURE COMPANY FIRST FINANCIAL BANK FREEZPEN HENRY SCHEIN ANIMAL HEALTH HIGHLAND CAPITAL CORPORATION HUMAN-ANIMAL BOND ASSOCIATION (HABA)

SILVER

HESKA DIAGNOSTICS PRN PHARMACAL VETS FIRST CHOICE VIRBAC

MASON COMPANY MIDOG LLC NATIONWIDE (PET) INSURANCE NAVTA NORBROOK INC NVA OMNI PRACTICE GROUP PATHWAY VET ALLIANCE PETCO ANIMAL SUPPLIES STORES, INC. PETMAP PETSMART CHARITIES PKB ANIMAL HEALTH RECTANGLE HEALTH ROYAL CANIN SAGE VETERINARY CENTERS SHEPHERD SOFTWARE, INC. SMITHS MEDICAL SOUND SOUTHERN VETERINARY PARTNER STANDARD PROCESS INC. TITAN GROUP USDA - FOOD SAFETY AND INSPECTION SERVICE USDA APHIS VAN BEEK NATURAL SCIENCE VARL VETBIOTEK, INC. VETMATRIX VETSOURCE

IM3, INC.

VETSTRATEGY

ISELP (INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF EQUINE LOCOMOTOR PATHOLOGY)

ZOETIS DIAGNOSTIC

VETZLIFE PRODUCTS, INC.

LAFEBER - EMERAID

HANDS-ON LAB

BRONZE

COMPANION ANIMAL HEALTH BY LITECURE CORE IMAGING CUATTRO-HESKA DENTALAIRE PRODUCTS INTERNATIONAL DRE EVEROST EYE CARE FOR ANIMALS FUJIFILM SONOSITE, INC,UNIVERSAL IMAGING HENRY SCHEIN ANIMAL HEALTH HESKA DIAGNOSTICS IM3 IMS STERIS INTEGRA INTRAUMA

ISELP (INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF EQUINE LOCOMOTOR PATHOLOGY) JORGENSEN LABORATORIES KARL STORZ VETERINARY MIDMARK MIDWEST VETERINARY SUPPLY MILA PATTERSON VETERINARY SAMSUNG SMITHS MEDICAL SURGITEL VCA/ANTECH DIAGNOSTICS/SOUND VICTOR MEDICAL VOI ZOETIS PETCARE

*As of 1/30/19

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CONFERENCE SERVICES CE CERTIFICATE PRINTING Your password-protected certificate of attendance will be available after the Annual Conference by logging into your account at mywvc.wvc.org. For more information, reference page 162. CHILD CARE SERVICES WVC does not provide child care services. Please contact your hotel concierge directly for information about babysitting services within your hotel, or the following independent child care source near Mandalay Bay. Bright Horizons*

(located inside of the MGM)

3799 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89109 702.597.9925 brighthorizons.com *Not affiliated with WVC

COMPLIMENTARY Wi-Fi Stay connected with our FREE Wi-Fi network available in select areas of the Convention Center, on Levels 2 and 3, in all meeting rooms, and on the general concourse. Select WVC Public 2019. Enter password ItMatters (case-sensitive) at login when prompted. Wi-Fi hot spot WVC Central and Learning Lounge.

FOOD SERVICE Food and beverage service is available inside the Exhibit Hall (Monday–Wednesday), Bayside B & C, and at various restaurants located in the Convention Center and surrounding hotels. Coffee/snack carts are located on Levels 2 and 3. MOTHER'S LOUNGE Location: Mandalay Bay, Jasmine H, Level 3 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday

7:00a – 6:00p 7:30a – 9:30p 7:30a – 7:00p 7:30a – 6:00p

PARTICIPANTS WITH DISABILITIES WVC is accessible by scooter or wheelchair. Wheelchairs are available at hotel bell desks on a first-come, first-served basis, but the supply is limited. Additional fees may apply. If you need to guarantee availability, we ask that you reserve through a local service company: Universal Mobility at 702.262.0041 or universalmobilityequipment.com. VOTING Please refer to pages 24–26.

Wi-Fi is not available inside the Exhibit Hall.

CONFERENCE SURVEY We appreciate your feedback on each session you attend as well as your thoughts on the full conference. Participants may complete surveys using the WVC-Connect App or online at mywvc.wvc.org. For completing at least five session surveys, plus the conference survey, you will automatically be entered to win one of five $100 Visa gift cards. For your convenience, iPads are available in the survey kiosks on Level 1 Tuesday and Wednesday.

TECHNOLOGY ZONE Visit the Technology Zone at the Mandalay Bay registration desk on Level 2 from Sunday-Wednesday 7:00a-6:00pto access email, gather local information, print your boarding pass, and get assistance connecting to Wi-Fi and the WVC-Connect App.

WVC CENTRAL

New in 2019! Learn about all of the educational opportunities that WVC has to offer. Relax in the lounge and try your luck at winning some great prizes! We're planning to turn it up, Vegas style! Complete the card, found in the Practice Manager Tab in the Final Program and return it to WVC Central to play to win. Take a break to play "Plinko"

Roll to win prizes at the "Giant Dice" game

Choose a design for your custom "Tote Bag" Get a signed photo at the Mel Robbins "Meet & Greet" Monday at 3:00p

WVC-CONNECT The WVC-Connect App is your all-in-one interactive event guide. Use this helpful tool to search CE offerings, create a custom schedule, download notes, rate sessions, search for events, locate exhibitors, view conference center maps, and so much more. Search for WVC-Connect in your app store. See page 14 for more information.

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TRAVEL & TRANSPORTATION BOARDING PASS STATIONS Print your Boarding Pass at hotel business centers or at the Technology Zone located at the Mandalay Bay registration desk on Level 2. LOCAL TRANSPORTATION

Advantage Car Rental Participants receive a discount on car rentals from Advantage Car Rental. The discount code is CD02D12BAA. See wvc.org/conference for more details under the "Travel" tab.

Local Bus Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC) offers a transportation option along the Las Vegas Strip. The Deuce double-decker buses provide both economical and environmentally sound transit. Tickets can be purchased on the buses and at Deuce ticket vending machines located at most bus stops. A 2-hour pass is $6, a 24-hour pass is $8 and a 3-day pass is $20. Las Vegas Monorail Las Vegas offers a quick and convenient monorail to explore The Strip, providing easy, inexpensive access to major attractions and hotels. Nine trains travel up to 50 mph, and passengers board every four to twelve minutes at each station. See wvc.org/conference for more details under the "Travel" tab or call 702.699.8200.

Taxi Service Taxis are readily available at most hotels and are the recommended mode of transportation for efficient travel within the city.

CONVENTION CENTER PARKING Convention center parking is available at Mandalay Bay for a nominal fee. 0–60 minutes 1–2 hours 2–4 hours 4–24 hours Over 24 hours

No Charge (1st Day Only) $9 $12 $15 $15 each additional day or fraction thereof

No free parking at Mandalay Bay & Delano hotels property. Complimentary parking is available across the street from the Mandalay Bay Convention Center at Four Seasons Drive & Las Vegas Blvd. Parking is first come, first served. Overnight parking is not allowed. MANDALAY BAY - EXCALIBUR TRAM Guests staying at Excalibur and Luxor are strongly encouraged to use the Mandalay Bay tram system. The tram is available each day from 6:00a–12:30a. The one-way trip from Excalibur to the Mandalay Bay Hotel is estimated at seven minutes, including a stop at Luxor and is free. HOTEL SHUTTLE BUS SERVICE & PICKUP LOCATIONS Service is available directly from the following Conference Hotels to the Mandalay Bay Convention Center: Excalibur, Luxor, MGM Grand, and New York-New York. Shuttles are scheduled to run every 15–25 minutes from Mandalay Bay Convention Center. Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday

7:00a–6:30p 6:00a–10:00p 6:00a–8:30p 6:00a–7:00p

Lyft & Uber Lyft & Uber are available through your smart phone applications.

Excalibur Rotunda Entrance

LUGGAGE STORAGE SERVICE For your convenience, WVC offers complimentary luggage storage service, located at the Mandalay Bay Shark Reef Quad, Level 1.

Mandalay Bay Convention Center Entrance

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday

9:00a – 6:30p 7:00a – 7:30p 7:00a – 7:30p 7:00a – 6:30p

CONFERENCE ACTIVITIES BUS SERVICE Complimentary shuttle bus service is available for Conference activities. The pickup area is located at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center shuttle pickup/dropoff.

Luxor North Bus Plaza

MGM Grand Grand Garden Entrance (Lower Level)

New York-New York Main/Valet entrance on Tropicana Blvd

AIRPORT RETURN SHUTTLE SERVICE Airport shuttle service is available commencing Wednesday, February 20 from Mandalay Bay Convention Center, every 15–20 minutes, from 6:00a–6:00p. OQUENDO CENTER SHUTTLE BUS Complimentary shuttle service is provided for participants in hands-on labs. The pickup area is located at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center Entrance. Buses depart promptly 30 minutes prior to the scheduled start time of each lab.

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ALUMNI RECEPTIONS/MEETINGS Connect with others from your alma mater and enjoy refreshments and interesting conversations with old and new friends alike. THE FOLLOWING UNIVERSITIES ARE HOSTING ALUMNI EVENTS AT THE ON MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18 SCHOOL

Auburn University Colorado State University Cornell University IndusVet, Inc. & IAVMA Mississippi State University Purdue University Ross University St. George's University Tuskegee University University of California - Davis University of Georgia University of Missouri

LOCATION

ROOM, LEVEL

TIME

Excalibur Mandalay Bay Hotel

Buca di Beppo Hospitality Suite

7:00-9:00p 7:00-9:30p

Shoppes at Mandalay Bay Mandalay Bay Mandalay Bay Mandalay Bay Hotel Mandalay Bay Mandalay Bay Hotel Mandalay Bay Mandalay Bay New York New York Mandalay Bay Mandalay Bay

Hussong's Cantina Border Grill Border Grill Hospitality Suite Fleur Lounge Penthouse Lounge Border Grill Border Grill Bar at Times Square Ri Ra Irish Pub Slice of Vegas

7:30-9:30p 7:30-9:30p 6:00-8:00p 7:30-9:30p 8:00-9:30p 7:30-9:30p 7:30-9:30p 7:30-9:30p 7:30-9:30p 7:30-9:30p 7:00-9:00p

Mandalay Bay CC Mandalay Bay CC Mandalay Bay CC Mandalay Bay CC Mandalay Bay CC Mandalay Bay CC Mandalay Bay CC Mandalay Bay CC Mandalay Bay CC Mandalay Bay CC Mandalay Bay CC Mandalay Bay CC

OFFSITE & SUITE RECEPTIONS

Carlson College of Veterinary Medicine *Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University Iowa State University Kansas State University Ohio State University *Oklahoma State University University of Florida *University of Illinois University of Minnesota University of Wisconsin-Madison Washington State University Western College of Veterinary Medicine Western University of Health Sciences

Surf D, Level 2 Mandalay Bay L, Level 2 Surf E, Level 2 Palm D, Level 3 Palm C, Level 3 Breakers H, Level 2 Palm B, Level 3 Reef, Level 2 Banyan, Level 3 Palm A, Level 3 Jasmine E, Level 3 Breakers K, Level 2

*Check with Mandalay Bay front desk for suite location. Locations are subject to change. Please check at WVC Central located inside the Exhibit Hall for updated information.

WVC WELCOMES THE FOLLOWING ORGANIZATIONS: The associations listed here are hosting meetings or events throughout the week.

CHRISTIAN VETERINARY MISSION

CHRISTIAN VETERINARY MISSION

CVM Evening Seminar

Fellowship Breakfast

Annual Meeting of the Members

Tuesday, February 19 6:30–7:50p Palm E, Level 3

Wednesday, February 20 7:00–7:50a Palm E, Level 3

Wednesday, February 20 9:00–9:30a Oceanside F, Level 2

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WVC

8:00-9:30p 8:00-9:30p 8:00-9:30p 8:00-9:30p 8:00-9:30p 8:00-9:30p 8:00-9:30p 8:00-9:30p 8:00-9:30p 8:00-9:30p 8:00-9:30p 8:00-9:30p


DISCOVER THE POWER IN YOU WITH MEL ROBBINS Monday, February 18  12:15p

$50 Onsite (Includes Lunch) | See onsite registration for availability. If you can count to �ve you can change your life. Mel has a very personal and profound message to share with the world. The secret to changing your life is �ve simple seconds. For more information visit wvc.org/conference

Sponsored by:


VETERINARY TECHNICIAN RECEPTION

Vet Tech Reception participants can stay and attend the

“Party for a Purpose”

JOIN US 7:30-9:00p

MONDAY FEBRUARY 18 SPONSORED BY:

VETERINARY TECHNICIANS, ASSISTANTS & STUDENTS ONLY! MUST RSVP TO ATTEND

IF YOU HAVE NOT REGISTERED PRE-CONFERENCE PLEASE SEE INFORMATION DESK FOR MORE DETAILS

Invite a Guest! $50 Onsite Purchase

**Must be 21 and over to attend. Valid ID and WVC badge required. - Located inside Mandalay Bay for convenience

- Fun atmosphere

- Complimentary food & beverage

- Close proximity to host hotels

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&

$50 Onsite Purchase

*Must be 21 and over to enter. Valid ID and WVC badge required.

JOIN US

9:00p-12:00a

MONDAY FEBRUARY 18

CALLING ALL PARTY ANIMALS!

Here’s your opportunity to experience the best of Vegas while making a difference. Get your tickets early to the hottest new event. The Spazmatics will have you dancing like it's 1999. A portion of the proceeds benefit Noah’s Animal House; a local nonprofit full-service boarding facility on the grounds of the largest women and children’s shelter in Nevada supporting victims of domestic violence. - Located inside Mandalay Bay for convenience - Fun atmosphere

- Complimentary drinks - Close proximity to host hotels

SPONSORED BY:

Performance by Spazmatics


YOU R S OURCE FOR ALL YOU R CONF ERENCE NE WS

D OWNLOA D I T NOW

CREATE A PERSONAL SCHEDULE

PLAY VET DETECTIVE

exhibitors to easily create a list of favorites in

Hall for clues for your chance to WIN prizes

Click the star icon next to sessions and your "My Schedule"

QUICKLY FIND WHAT YOU NEED

Find session locations and events easily when you click the "Program" button.

STAY IN THE KNOW

Receive alerts for the latest updates. Make

sure you stay up-to-date on all the activities happening through the conference

Are you a super sleuth? Search the Exhibit totaling $3,000

SHARE YOUR FEEDBACK

How did we do? Complete session and conference surveys inside the app

TAKE A PEEK AT THE VIRTUAL CONFERENCE BAG Reveal show specials, promotions, and

giveaways from participating exhibitors


2018 CMA Entertainer of the Year • Grammy Award Winner

Keith Urban TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2019

Concert begins at 8 PM • Mandalay Bay Ballroom EG, Level 2 First-come, First-served | Children Not Permitted without Badge

CONFERENCE BADGE REQUIRED FOR ENTRY

Copyright © 2019 Intervet Inc., d/b/a Merck Animal Health, a subsidiary of Merck & Co. Inc. All rights reserved. US/COR/1018/0043


SPEAKERS

ACTIVITIES Saturday

Feb 16

GRAND CANYON WEST RIM TOUR

LOCATION: Grand Canyon West Rim (Shuttle departs MBCC at 7:15a) TIME: 7:15a–6:00p

SOLD OUT

Sunday

Feb 17

!

(Shuttle departs MBCC at 8:00a)

(Shuttle departs MBCC at 9:00a)

LOCATION: Red Rock Canyon

TIME: 8:00a–1:30p

136 per person

LOCATION: Nevada Southern Railroad Museum

TIME: 9:00a–1:00p

$

90 per person

ELDORADO CANYON MINE TOUR

RED ROCK HIKING TOUR

(Shuttle departs MBCC at 8:00a)

(Shuttle departs MBCC at 8:00a)

TIME: 8:00a–12:00p

165 per person

$

LOCATION: Red Rock Canyon

TIME: 8:00a–1:30p

136 per person

$

COLORADO RIVER CALM WATER RAFTING

T-MOBILE ARENA/VEGAS GOLDEN KNIGHTS TOUR

(Shuttle departs MBCC at 8:30a)

(Shuttle departs MBCC at 10:00a)

LOCATION: Colorado River

TIME: 8:30a–1:30p

200 per person

$

LOCATION: T-Mobile Arena

TIME 10:00a–12:00p $

65 per person

BOULDER CITY BREWERY TOUR

LAS VEGAS CULINARY TOUR

LOCATION: Boulder City

(Shuttle departs MBCC at 10:30a)

(Shuttle departs MBCC at 1:00p)

TIME: 10:30a–2:30p

TIME: 1:00–4:00p

100 per person

$

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LEARN MORE AT WVC.ORG/CONFERENCE

BIKE THE RAILS

LOCATION: Techatticup Mine

Feb 18

VEGAS

RED ROCK HIKING TOUR

$

Monday

EXPERIENCE

MBCC- Mandalay Bay Convention Center Entrance

LOCATION: Aria Hotel

172 per person

$

(Optional Drink Package $56)


SPRING MOUNTAIN RANCH & RED ROCK CANYON

VALLEY OF FIRE TOUR LOCATION: Valley of Fire State Park

LOCATION: Red Rock Canyon

(Shuttle departs MBCC at 8:00a)

(Shuttle departs MBCC at 8:00a)

TIME: 8:00a–2:30p

TIME: 8:00a–1:00p

150 per person

$

82 per person

$

T-MOBILE ARENA/ VEGAS GOLDEN KNIGHTS TOUR

EL SEGUNDO SOL COOKING CLASS LOCATION: El Segundo Sol (Inside Fashion Show Mall)

Tuesday

LOCATION: T-Mobile Arena

(Shuttle departs MBCC at 9:30a)

(Shuttle departs MBCC at 10:00a)

TIME: 9:30a–12:30p

TIME: 10:00a–12:00p

LAKE MEAD CRUISE & BOULDER CITY BREWERY TOUR

DOWNTOWN LAS VEGAS CULINARY TOUR

105 per person

65 per person

$

$

LOCATION: Downtown Las Vegas

LOCATION: Lake Mead, Boulder Dam Brewing Company

(Shuttle departs MBCC at 1:00p)

(Shuttle departs MBCC at 10:30a)

TIME: 1:00–4:00p

TIME: 10:30a–4:30p (Cruise 12:00-1:30p)

172 per person

$

160 per person

$

(Optional Drink Package $50)

VETERINARY TECHNICIAN RECEPTION

MONDAY FEBRUARY 18

7:30-9:00p

VETERINARY TECHNICIANS, ASSISTANTS & STUDENTS ONLY!

View page 12 for more details

SPONSORED BY

ALUMNI RECEPTIONS

Feb 19

2 EXTRAORDINARY EVENTS AT

DATE: Monday, February 18 TIME: 6:00–9:30p

MONDAY FEBRUARY 18

Complimentary Events

9:00p-12:00a

Locations, dates and times may vary depending on school. View page 10 for more details View page 13 for more details

$50

ONSITE PURCHASE

MBCC- Mandalay Bay Convention Center Entrance

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PARTICIPANT DISCOUNTS Advantage Rent A Car

10% discount advantage.com/?rc=CD02D12BAA Promo Code CD02D12BAA Call 800.777.5500

All Shook Up! - Tribute to the King Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood 50% off vtheater.com and use code WVC at checkout!

Aureole

Mandalay Bay 15% off Dinner To redeem mention PASSKEY and GROUP CODE 01SMM

Axe Monkeys

3525 E Post Rd Suite #110 Las Vegas, NV 89120 10% discount with code WVC2019 Valid February 15th - February 21st 2019. Badge required.

Bayside Buffet

Mandalay Bay 15% off Dinner To redeem mention PASSKEY and GROUP CODE 01SMM

Beatles Love - Cirque du Soleil

Mirage Hotel Tickets start at $55 mirage.com/en/offers/wvc-annual-conference-offers.html

BeatleShow

Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood 50% off vtheater.com and use code WVC at checkout!

Blue Man Group

Luxor Hotel Individuals save up to $40 Link: cirk.me/bmgexpo

Criss Angel MINDFREAK

Planet Hollywood $20 off Mid Orchestra, Rear Orchestra & Balcony seating. Use code CAINDIGOC when ordering.

CSI The Experience

MGM Grand $10 off tickets 25% off any purchase in the retail store Must show badge

Fashion Show & Grand Canal Shoppes The Venetian Fashion Show Mall & Venetian thefashionshow.com/en/visit/fsm-voucher.html grandcanalshoppes.com/en/visit/voucher-gcs.html Present the digital voucher and receive our Premier Passport worth thousands of dollars in savings

Foundation Room

Legends in Concert

Flamingo $20 off Main Floor seating Promo Code LCB20C

Magic Mike Live

Hard Rock $25 off Premium, Preferred, & Reserved seating! Promo Code CONVEN

Marc Savard Comedy Hypnosis

Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood 50% off vtheater.com and use code WVC at checkout!

Mat Franco

Linq $25 off Premium & Preferred seating! Promo code: MFCON25

Maverick Aviation Group

6075 S Las Vegas Blvd 10% Discount maverickhelicopter.com/tour-listing.aspx?bc=CONV10 Promo Code CONV10 Must be booked online. Offer cannot be combined with any other coupon, discount or offer. Discount applied to retail price, before fees and fuel surcharge. Excludes: Grand Canyon Discovery, Grand Canyon Adventure, Free Spirit, NASCAR and EDC. Not valid for groups of 21 or more. Not valid on previous bookings. Management reserves all rights.

Menopause The Musical Harrah’s 2/$79.00 plus taxes Promo code: MMWQG

Mob Museum

300 Stewart Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89101 $4 off adult non-local general admission ticket and 10% off a cocktail with delegate badge from 2019 WVC Annual Conference. Promo Code WVC18 Good for up to two people. Admission discount must be redeemed at Museum box office. Cocktail discount redeemable at The Underground speakeasy. Cannot be combined with any other offer or promotion. No cash value. Management reserves all rights.

Nathan Burton Magic Show

Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood 50% off vtheater.com and use code WVC at checkout!

Neon Museum

770 N Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89101 $2 off Promo code: WVC This code is good from January 1, 2019 through February 23, 2019.

Richard Petty Driving Experience

House of Blues Restaurant & Bar

Las Vegas Motor Speedway 7000 Las Vegas Blvd North, Las Vegas, NV 89115 10% off nascarracingexperience.com Promo Code: LasVegas10

Hitzville The Show

Delano Las Vegas 15% off Dinner To redeem mention PASSKEY and GROUP CODE 01SMM

Las Vegas Live Comedy Club

Mandalay Bay $2 Off https://bit.ly/2Sj7oda

Libertine Social

Delano Las Vegas 15% off Dinner To redeem mention PASSKEY and GROUP CODE 01SMM

Mandalay Bay 10% off Food & Beverage RSVP with Access code PASSKEY-DINNER and GROUP CODE 01SMM Mandalay Bay 15% off Food and Beverage To redeem mention PASSKEY and GROUP CODE 01SMM Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood 50% off vtheater.com and use code WVC at checkout! Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood 50% off vtheater.com and use code WVC at checkout! Mandalay Bay 15% off Dinner To redeem mention PASSKEY and GROUP CODE 01SMM

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Rivea

Shark Reef Aquarium Skyfall Lounge

Smith Center for Performing Arts

361 Symphony Park Avenue Discounts vary based on shows Partner Perks code PPWVC Tickets must be purchased within 60 days of performance date. Discounts available through Partner Perks.

Spa Mandalay & BATHHOUSE Spa

Mandalay Bay 20% off Services To redeem mention PASSKEY and GROUP CODE 01SMM

SpeedVegas & VORE Adrenaline

14200 Las Vegas Blvd South Las Vegas, NV 89054 (1) complimentary lap for any 5 lap or more package Code Oquendo18 call 702.874.8888 to make reservation We will also schedule complimentary shuttle transfers from the attendees hotel.

Stratosphere

Tower Admission, Unlimited Rides & SkyJump 50% off Tower Admission 50% off Tower Admission and 1 ride 50% off Unlimited Rides 20% off SkyJump *This is the jump only. There would be additional charges for wrist cam or pictures* Promo code: WVC2019

Sun Buggy-ATV Tours and Dune Buggy Rentals 6925 Speedway Blvd Stee. C106 20% off all of our Baja Chases Promo Code WVC18 sunbuggy.com/lasvegas

The Mentalist

Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood 50% off vtheater.com and use code WVC at checkout!

V - The Ultimate Variety Show

Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood 50% off vtheater.com and use code WVC at checkout!

Vegas! The Show

Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood 50% off vtheater.com and use code WVC at checkout!

Where®

Complimentary Concierge Services 702.338.4025 WhereTraveler.com/Las-Vegas

Zombie Burlesque

Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood 50% off vtheater.com and use code WVC at checkout!


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2019 AWARD RECIPIENTS DR. W. BRUCE WREN FOOD ANIMAL INCENTIVE AWARD RECIPIENTS

WVC applauds these �ve outstanding postgraduate recipients of the 2019 Dr. W. Bruce Wren Food Animal Incentive Awards and commends their commitment to food animal practice. Dr. Adam Trey Copeland Iowa State College of Veterinary Medicine

DR. JACK WALTHER LEADERSHIP AWARD RECIPIENTS The Dr. Jack Walther Leadership Award recognizes veterinary student leaders and promotes lifelong professional service. WVC proudly acknowledges the following exceptional students who received this award in 2019. Jonathan Tubbs

Nicholas G. Dannemiller

Olivia Caroline Lenz

Rachael Rose Ostrem

Sara E. Wilkes

Jennifer L. Starvetsky

Morgan Richard

Chelsea Rae Woodcock

Grady Gray

Nancy A. Gavron

Hannah Leigh Varnell

Nerisa Riedl

Marianne Caron

Stormy

Scharzenberger

Chad Van Koot

Jazmeen Suleman

Atalie Delgado

Anna Marie Pratas

Auburn Auniversity

Iowa State University

Louisiana State University

Dr. Lauren Faith Waltzer Michigan State University

Mississippi State University

Dr. William I. Jumper

Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine

Dr. Morgan Lee Adkins

University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine

Dr. Robin Stevens

Western College of Veterinary Medicine

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Oklahoma State University

Ross University

Colorado State University

Kansas State University

Michigan State University

North Carolina State University

Oregon State University

St. George’s University

Cornell University

Lincoln Memorial University

Midwestern University

Ohio State University

Purdue University

Texas A&M University

EDUCATION

PASSION

IT MAT


LEADERSHIP AWARD RECIPIENTS Tatyana Jahn Kalani

Laurie Mangeli

Jamie Sheridan Fraser Lemus

Brenna Sakatch

Jonathan Smith

Madison Bajc

Julie Calvert

Shiloh Landskov

Emily A. Pope

Tufts University

University of Calgary

University of Guelph

Pia Gomez

University of Missouri

Jessica D’Amico

Tuskegee University

University of Florida

University of Illinois

Éloïse Johnson

Universite de Montreal

University of CA-Davis

University of Georgia

University of Minnesota

DATE: Monday, February 18 TIME: 6:00–9:30p Souci Louis University of Pennsylvania

Gracyn Johnson

Elizabeth H. Jones

Kyle Karlen

Angela Marie Ives

Jacqueline Brigitte Alford

Trusten Moore

Christina Zaccardi

Zoe Frankel

University of Prince Edward Island

University of Wisconsin

Western University

University of Saskatchewan

VA/MD Reg. College of Vet Med

Pensacola State College

ALUMNI RECEPTIONS

University of Tennessee

Washington State University

Foothills College

Complimentary Events Locations, dates and times may vary depending on school.

Connect with others from your alma mater and enjoy refreshments and interesting conversations with old and new friends alike. See page 10 for details.

CARE & DEDICATION

TTERS

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INDUSTRY SEMINARS

ENJOY LEARNING WITH OTHERS DURING AN INDUSTRY BREAKFAST, LUNCH OR PM REFRESH SEMINAR LOCATED INSIDE THE EXHIBIT HALL Explore the veterinary profession's most pressing topics as addressed by scienti�c and business experts while you enjoy a complimentary meal or snack. Industry breakfasts are o�ered Monday - Wednesday at 9:30-10:20a. Industry lunches are available 12:30-1:20p Monday - Wednesday. PM refresh are available 4:00-4:50p Monday - Tuesday. Seating is limited and available on a �rst-come, �rst-served basis. View Page 86-87 for seminar schedule Visit wvc.org/conference for the latest information.

LEARNING

LOUNGE

WVC is proud to present fast-paced Learning Lounge presentations conveniently located in the Exhibit Hall. These bite-sized, intimate sessions allow you to learn the latest innovations from a wide variety of companies. Each session is followed by a short Q&A. These 20-minute sessions take place in a handy WiFi accessible zone. View Page 94-95 for seminar schedule

Food & Beverage, Vet Detective Drawing, & Giveaways

INSIDE EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL 1 Monday 9:30a–5:00p Tuesday 9:00a–4:00p Wednesday 9:30a–1:30p


DIRECTORS & EDUCATION MANAGERS 2019 BOARD OF DIRECTORS President

Darwin R. Yoder, DVM, MS

President-Elect

Dennis M. McCurnin, DVM, MS, DACVS

Vice President

Robert Smith, DVM, MS, DABVP (Food Animal Practice)

Immediate Past-President

Secretary-Treasurer

Director

Director

Director

Director

Director

Veterinary Technician Director

Director

Small Animal

Veterinary Technician

Avian & Exotics

Food Animal

Practice Management

Equine

W. Mark Hilton, DVM, PAS, DABVP (Beef Cattle Practice)

Brian Poteet, DVM, MS, DACVR, ABSNM

Debbie White, DVM, BS

Morgan McArthur, DVM

E. David Stearns, RVT

Joan (Joni) Samuels, DVM

William (Bill) Wright, DVM

Heather Prendergast, RVT, CVPM, SPHR

Director

John Burkhartsmeyer, DVM

Director

Gary D. Weddle, DVM

Director

Theresa Fossum, DVM, MS, PhD, DACVS

Travis McDermott, DVM

Director

Suzanne Russo, DVM, MS

2019 EDUCATION MANAGERS Tim Allen, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM)

Robert Sager, DVM, MS, PhD, DABVP

Kara Burns, MS, MEd, LVT, VTS (Nutrition)

Leslie, A. Mamalis, MBA, MSIT, CVA

Jeff rey Applegate Jr., DVM

Ann Rashmir-Raven, DVM, MS, DACVS

2019 MODERATOR FACILITATOR Moderator Facilitator Stuart Galbraith, RVT

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VOTING & CANDIDATES WVC 2019 BOARD OF DIRECTORS' ELECTIONS

Participants who registered for a WVC event from March 9, 2018, through February 20, 2019, are automatically members of WVC until the next annual meeting. Participants registered as a Veterinarian are eligible to vote for two candidates for the office of Veterinary Director, serving five-year terms, and one candidate for the office of Vice President. Voting will begin on Sunday, February 17 at 1:00p PST and continue through Tuesday, February 19 at 4:00p PST. During this time you will receive an email with a link that is unique to you. This link may be used to vote once and cannot be forwarded to others. If you experience technical difficulties or do not receive an email and think you meet the eligibility requirements, please contact WVC for assistance. The newly elected Board members will be officially welcomed at the Annual Member Meeting on Wednesday, February 20, 9:00a.

WVC'S ANNUAL MEETING OF THE MEMBERS Open to All Registered Participants Wednesday, February 20, 2019 Location: Oceanside F, Level 2

9:00–9:30a

HOW TO CAST YOUR VOTE:

• REVIEW nominee biographic information online at wvc.org, or on the following pages.

• Cast your vote by clicking on the "vote here" link sent via email.

2019 BOARD CANDIDATES VICE PRESIDENT

Vote for 1

Brian Poteet, DVM, MS

William (Bill) Swa�ord, DVM

VETERINARY DIRECTOR

• Voting begins Sunday, February 17, 2019, at 1:00p PST and is open until 4:00p PST on Tuesday, February 19, 2019. • Votes are REVIEWED and CERTIFIED in the presence of all members of the Nominating Committee.

Vote for 2

Brian Darrow, DVM, BS Alvin Snyder, DVM, BS

Thomas N. Tully, Jr. DVM, MS, DABVP (Avian), DECZM (Avian), BS

CANDIDATES FOR VICE-PRESIDENT Vote for 1

Brian Poteet, DVM, MS

Dr. Poteet earned his DVM and MS degrees at Texas A&M University, followed by a three-year radiology residency at the University of Tennessee in 1994. He is board-certified by the American College of Veterinary Radiology and the American Board of Science in Nuclear Medicine. From 1994 to 2010, he was the Director of Diagnostic Imaging at Gulf Coast Veterinary Specialists in Houston, Texas. Currently, Dr. Poteet is the Founder and President of VitalRads, Veterinary Radiology Consultants, based in Cypress, TX. He is an Associate Professor of radiology in the Department of Large Animal Medicine and Surgery at Texas A&M University and is also an adjunct professor of veterinary radiology St. Matthews University, Grand Cayman. Dr. Poteet provides consultation services in all areas of diagnostic imaging including digital radiography, computed radiography, ultrasound, cross-sectional imaging (CT and MRI) and nuclear medicine. He has authored scientific journal articles and chapters in textbooks and has presented at numerous national and international veterinary meetings on topics ranging from ultrasound and digital radiography to computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging and nuclear medicine.

William (Bill) Swa�ord, DVM

Dr. Bill Swafford is currently a contract veterinary consultant directing clinical research directly related to the development of animal health biologicals and pharmaceuticals to support product licenses and approvals. He is based near Nashville, Tennessee. A graduate of Kansas State University, Dr. Swafford’s experience includes mixed animal practice in Missouri followed by a career with Pfizer Animal Health. He worked as a technical services veterinarian then progressed through leadership positions of increasing responsibility including Manager of Clinical Development, Director of U.S. Technical Services, Director of Clinical Development, Director of Global Technical Services, and Director of Clinical Operations for Pfizer. Dr. Swafford has extensive involvement in organized veterinary medicine. His contributions include active roles with state VMA’s, WVC Board of Directors, President of the Academy of Veterinary Consultants, and 10 years of service as Executive Director of Academy of Veterinary Consultants. Bill has also functioned in significant roles with key committees for WVC and has served as a scientific session moderator for more than 15 years.

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CANDIDATES CANDIDATES FOR VETERINARY DIRECTOR Vote for 2

Brian Darrow, DVM, BS

Dr. Brian Darrow received a B.S. in Animal Science in 1979 and a DVM from Iowa State University in 1983. His practice career began in Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin and a year later, he moved to his hometown of Anamosa, Iowa where he founded the Anamosa Veterinary Clinic. The clinic has grown to become a thriving 6-doctor mixed practice in Northeast Iowa that attends to cattle and companion animals.

Dr. Darrow was a track athlete at ISU. In 2005 Sharon Korir, the daughter of one of his Kenyan teammates died of rabies subsequent to a dog bite. Moved by her tragic story, Dr. Darrow founded Sharon’s Foundation through a remarkable series of insights and connections (sharonliveson.org). The foundation’s purpose is to provide rabies control in Kenya by vaccinating animals and educating the Kenyan people about the disease. To date the organization has vaccinated over 400,000 animals and education outreach is ongoing.

Dr. Darrow has also worked to improve milk quality and production for the African people by providing bovine consulting services in Africa through Catholic Relief Services. Dr. Darrow received the Iowa Veterinary Medical Association’s President’s Award in 2012 for outstanding contributions to veterinary medicine. In 2018, Iowa State awarded him the Alumni Merit Award for ‘outstanding humanitarian efforts that transcend purely professional accomplishments.’

A contributor and leader in his community, Dr. Darrow has served on the Anamosa School Board, on the city council and continues to serve on a regional bank board. Dr. Darrow has been married to Jill, his high school prom date, since 1979 and have three grown children.

In over three decades as a clinician, WVC has been a foundational feature of Dr. Darrow’s continuing education. Specific and intensive offerings at the Oquendo Center have been transformational in his professional and business development. He would be honored to serve on the WVC board of directors.

Alvin Snyder, DVM, BS

Dr. Alvin Snyder has focused all of his veterinary career on the professional development of veterinarians, growth of veterinary practices and the profession as a whole. He has always had an interest in education, focusing his undergraduate studies on vocational agricultural education and psychology, so working on the board to serve WVC members would be just an extension and further fulfillment of a lifetime commitment.

He grew up and did his undergraduate studies in Wyoming, then received his DVM degree from Colorado State University in 1985. His leadership and entrepreneurial drive and agricultural interests started back in high school where he learned strong leadership skills in the FFA and built up a small herd of cattle. He knew at a young age that veterinary medicine was his passion. At CSU, he served as an officer for SCAVMA, a representative on the curriculum committee and developed an intense interest in computers and in practice management. After graduating from CSU, he worked as an associate, manager, and then owner of practices in the Rocky Mountain states. His interest and drive around computers continued to grow and he took a part-time sales position with Advanced Veterinary Systems in the late 80's. He was soon promoted to General manager and Director of Sales and Marketing in 1991 at which time he moved to Wisconsin. He became a partner in the company in 1994 and in 1997 he and his partners sold the software company to IDEXX. From 2006-2012 he played a key role in the re-design and re-write of the medical records and whiteboard in the Cornerstone software product. Dr. Snyder's entrepreneurial drive has led him to many fields in addition to veterinary medicine including speaking, shipping, printing, entertaining, consulting and real estate to name a few. He has been on the speaking programs of nearly all major national veterinary meetings and most recently has been doing professional speaking presentations on asset protection, wealth preservation and estate planning. He likes to spend what little spare time he finds working with youth, helping with camps and conferences, traveling and enjoys most outdoors activities. He currently resides in Eau Claire, WI.

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CANDIDATES & CE OF THE YEAR VOTING Thomas N. Tully, Jr., DVM, MS, DABVP (Avian), DECZM (Avian), BS

Dr. Thomas N. Tully, Jr. is Professor of Zoological Medicine in the Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences and also serves as Service Chief of the Zoological Medicine Service, School of Veterinary Medicine, Louisiana State University. Dr. Tully’s academic degrees include: BS (Animal Science); DVM and MS (Epidemiology and Community Health) all from LSU. He is also a Diplomate American Board of Veterinary Practitioners (Avian) and Diplomate European College Zoological Medicine (Avian).

Following graduation from Veterinary Medical School, Dr. Tully practiced as an associate veterinarian in veterinary hospitals located in southeast Florida and Louisiana before becoming an instructor at the LSU – School of Veterinary Medicine where he participated in a Master of Science Program in the Department of Epidemiology and Community Health. While an instructor and graduate student Dr. Tully would regularly perform relief veterinary duties at private veterinary clinics/hospitals in south Louisiana. Upon completion of his Master of Science degree he was hired as an Associate Professor in the Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences at the LSU – School of Veterinary Medicine. He has remained on faculty at the LSU-SVM attaining the rank of full professor. During Dr. Tully’s veterinary career he has been very active in organized veterinary medicine regularly presenting at both scientific and continuing education conferences. He has been selected as a finalist for the WVC Exotic Animal Speaker of the Year twice. Along with speaking at conferences he has also held leadership positions with a number of veterinary associations listed below: Organizations/Positions 1.

AVMA NOAH (veterinary clinical website) advisor 1998 – 2007 Companion Exotic Animal/Wildlife Program Chair for AVMA Annual Convention 2000 - 2010

3.

European College Zoological Medicine Examination Committee Chair President – 2013 - 2016

2.

Association of Avian Veterinarians Veterinary School Liaison Board of Directors Scholarship Chair President - 2006

4.

Southwest Veterinary Symposium Continuing Education Chair Board of Managers President – 2013 and 2014

Dr. Tully co-edited six books, co-authored one (second edition published) as well as authoring and co–authoring numerous chapters in other veterinary medical texts. Most recently published in January 2016, Current Therapy in Exotic Pet Practice, Mitchell and Tully. He is Co-Editor-In-Chief of the Journal of Exotic Pet Medicine.

Awards that Dr. Tully has received include the Gamma Sigma Delta Teaching Award,T.J. Lafeber Avian Veterinarian of the Year, LSU – SVM Faculty Scholar Award, LSU – SVM Alumnus of the Year Award, LSU – SVM Faculty Service Award, Paula and Milton W. Shepard Professor, and the Dean’s Teacher Merit Honor Roll.

YOU DECIDE CONTINUING EDUCATORS OF THE YEAR

Participants of the WVC 91st Annual Conference are eligible to vote for WVC 2019 Continuing Educators of the Year. The selected speakers will be recognized for their skills and contributions to the Conference and veterinary profession.

A survey will be sent to you after the conference, where you can cast your vote for the top presenters in 2019. View 2018's Continuing Educators of the Year on page 28.

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Avian & Exotics Equine Food Animal Practice Management Small Animal Veterinary Technician


PAST PRESIDENTS Many thanks to our past Presidents for their leadership and dedication.

2018

W. Mark Hilton

West Lafayette, IN

1972

Keith O. Lassen

Mesa, AZ

2017

Joe M. Howell

Nichols Hills, OK

1971

Reginald A. Stocking

Sunland, CA

2016

Jon R. Pennell

Las Vegas, NV

1970

Donald Miller

Springfield, VA

2015

George Dyck

Newhall, CA

1969

Don K. Shaffner

Dillon, MT

2014

Randall Ezell

Las Vegas, NV

1968

William F. Harris

Puyallup, WA

2013

Dennis McCurnin

Henderson, NV

1967

John L. O’Harra

Reno, NV

2012

James Creed

St. George, UT

1966

Edward A. Tugaw

Salt Lake City, UT

2011

Cynthia Sprigg-McDowell

Cape Girardeau, MO

1965

James W. Bailey

Moscow, ID

2010

Robert Smith

Stillwater, OK

1964

Merthyr L. Miner

Bountiful, UT

2009

Ann L. Johnson

College Grove, TN

1963

Bert Reinow

Pinedale, WY

2008

James Furman

Alliance, NE

1962

Lavon M. Koger

Pullman, WA

2007

William D. Fortney

Manhattan, KS

1961

Harry E. Shaulis

Denver, CO

2006

Walter R. Threlfall

Powell, OH

1960

L.V. Reubel

Jerome, ID

2005

Jack O. Walther

Elko, NV

1959

E.E. Maas

Reno, NV

2004

Charles D. Vail

Littleton, CO

1958

Everette A. Tunnicliff

Bozeman, MT

2003

Robert Miller

Columbia, MO

1957

Hugh Hurst

Salt Lake City, UT

2002

Craig E. Griffin

San Diego, CA

1956

George H. Good

Wheatland, WY

2001

Royal W. Ranney

Rolla, MO

1955

Floyd R. Mencimer

Ogden, UT

2000

Arthur A. Bickford

Turlock, CA

1954

Howard F. Wilkins

Helena, MT

1999

Ross D. Clark

Tulsa, OK

1953

Rue Jensen

Fort Collins, CO

1998

Clair M. Hibbs

Lynden, WA

1952

W.W. Fisher

Reno, NV

1997

Vaughn A. Seaton

Ames, IA

1951

John W. Chambers

Garland, UT

1996

Robert J. Danielson

Caldwell, ID

1950

Arthur P. Schneider

Boise, ID

1995

Wallace W. Wolf

The Dalles, OR

1949

Wayne Binns

Logan, UT

1994

William C. Wafer

Show Low, AZ

1948

K.K. Shott

Buhl, ID

1993

Ronnie G. Elmore

Manhattan, KS

1947

Ward T. Huffman

Salt Lake City, UT

1992

James E. Nave

Las Vegas, NV

1946

Phil H. Graves

Aptos, CA

F.H. Melvin

San Clemente, CA

1991

Lloyd C. Faulkner

Poteau, OK

1945

1990

Clyde A. Kirkbride

Brookings, SD

1943–44 A.C. Johnson

Cedar City, UT

A.K. Kuttler

Boise, ID

1989

Toney G. Reynolds

Roswell, MN

1942

1988

Ross O. Mosier

Spalding, NE

1941

Jean C. Fling

Estes Park, CO

Hadleigh Marsh

Bozeman, MT

1987

Hal E. Jenkins

Tempe, AZ

1940

1986

James W. Glosser

Massillon, OH

1939

A.H. Francis

Denver, CO

1985

Earl L. Drake

Reno, NV

1938

O. Wennergren

Logan, UT

1984

Virgil J. Humphries

Worland, WY

1937

Elton M. Gildow

Lacey, WA

Tifton, GA

1936

W.H. Hendricks

Salt Lake City, UT

Coos Bay, OR

1935

E.A. Bundy

Ogden, UT

1983

Richard F. Hall

1981–82 Philip R. Morgan 1980

Kenneth D. Weide

Lincoln, NE

1934

L.R. Vawter

Corvallis, OR

1979

James H. Wommack

Roseville, CA

1933

H.D. Port

Cheyenne, WY

1978

Richard C. Tolley

Chandler, AZ

1932

L.C. Butterfield

Las Vegas, NV

1977

William W. Hawkins

Dillon, MT

1931

A.J. Dickman

Boise, ID

1976

George D. Duby

Chehalis, WA

1930

J.T. Dallas

Cheyenne, WY

1975

Guy E. Reynolds

Corvallis, OR

1929

W.D. Wright

Ogden, UT

1974

Floyd W. Frank

Moscow, ID

1928

H.J. Frederick

Logan, UT

1973

Roy A. Nipko

Salt Lake City, UT

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2018 EDUCATORS OF THE YEAR/SPECIAL RECOGNITION HONORING EXCELLENCE

Each year participants select the Conference presenters who they feel are superior in their ability to deliver information with insight, accuracy, depth, and openness. WVC sincerely appreciates and recognizes these 2018 Continuing Educators of the Year for their skills and contributions to the Conference and the veterinary profession.

EQUINE

AVIAN & EXOTICS

Joerg Mayer

DVM, MS, DABVP (ECM), DECZ (Small Mammal), DACZM

PRACTICE MANAGEMENT

Peter A. Weinstein DVM, MBA

FOOD ANIMAL

Vanessa Cook

VETMB, DACVS, DACVECC, PhD

DVM, MS, DACVIM (LAIM)

SMALL ANIMAL

VETERINARY TECHNICIAN

DVM, MS, DACVO

CVT, LATG, VTS (Cardiology)

Elizabeth Giuliano

Meredyth Jones

H. Edward Durham Jr.

MODERATOR

Stuart Galbraith

VOTE FOR THE TOP PRESENTERS FROM THE 91ST ANNUAL CONFERENCE Results will be posted on wvc.org.

DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD

Congratulations to this year's honoree

Don Waldron, DVM, DACVS

Given for exceptional service over time, unselfish dedication to veterinary education and advancement of veterinary knowledge, and significant contributions to WVC and to the U.S. and global veterinary medicine. 28

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2019 SPEAKERS With gratitude to our WVC 2019 speakers for the knowledge and talent they share with the veterinary profession.

Earl Aalseth, DVM, PhD, MS Dairy Consulting

Lowell Ackerman, DVM, DACVD, MBA, CVA, MPA* Dermvet Jeff Adney, BA Permatek Coatings Chris Adolph, DVM, MS, ACVM Zoetis Julie Adrian, DVM University of Hawaii at Hilo Kent Allen, DVM, Certified in Equine Locomotor Pathology (ISELP) Virginia Equine Imaging Jeffrey Applegate, DVM North Carolina State University Douglas Aspros, DVM Women’s Veterinary Leadership Development Initiative Amy Auch, DVM Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health Camala Bailey, CPA, CVA Camala C. Bailey, CPA, PC Joe Bartges, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM), DACVN, PhD* University of Georgia Brian Beale, DVM, DACVS Gulf Coast Veterinary Specialists Karin Beale, DVM, DACVD Gulf Coast Veterinary Dermatology Marty Becker, DVM Pet Complex, P.A. Grant Beckett, MRCVS, BVSc, MMD Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health Signe Beebe, DVM* Integrative Veterinary Center Sandra Berberian, MBA Banfield Pet Hospital Mary Berg, RVT, RLATG, VTS (Dentistry) Beyond The Crown Veterinary Education Clifford (Kip) Berry, DVM, DACVR University of Florida Small Animal Hospital

Joseph Bertone, DVM, MS, DACVIM (LAIM) Western University of Health Sciences Graham Bilbrough, MA, VETMB, MRCVS, CertVA Idexx Adam Birkenheuer, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM), PhD North Carolina State University Jonathan Bloom, DVM Willowdale Animal Hospital John Bonagura, DVM, DACVIM (Cardiology, SAIM)* North Carolina State University Dawn Boothe, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM), MS, PhD* Auburn University Ashley Bourgeois, DVM, DACVD Animal Dermatology Clinic Portland Melissa Bourgeois, DVM, PhD, DACVM (Virology, Immunology) Merck Animal Health Jessica Bowditch, RVT, CCRP Purdue University Joan Bowen, DVM Bowen Mobile Veterinary Practice

Philip Bushby, DVM, MS, DACVS Mississippi State University Julie Byron, DVM, MS, DACVIM (SAIM) Ohio State University

Michelle Calvo Lorenzo, MS, PhD Elanco Animal Health Sharon Campbell, DVM, MS, DACVIM Zoetis Debra Canapp, DVM, CCRT, DACVSRM Veterinary Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Group Sherman Canapp, DVM, MS, CCRT, DACVS, DACVSMR* Veterinary Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Group Michael Canfield, DVM, DACVD Animal Dermatology South Allen Cannedy, DVM North Carolina State University Steven Carey, DVM, PhD, DACVIM (SAIM) Michigan State University

Michelle Coleman, DVM, DACVIM (LAIM), PhD Texas A&M University Cristin Connor, MS, RN, BSN Banfield Pet Hospital Kristen Cooley, CVT, VTS (Anesthesia/Analgesia), BA University of Wisconsin, School of Veterinary Medicine Kathleen Cooney, DVM, MS, CHPV* Cooney Animal Hospice Consulting Cyndie Courtney, DVM Jerk Researcher C. Guillermo Couto, DVM, DACVIM (Oncology & SAIM)* Couto Veterinary Consultants Steve Dale, CABC Steve Dale's Pet World Frederic David, DVM, Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health Michael Day, BSc, BVMS(Hons), PhD, DSc, DECVP, FASM, FRCPath, FRCVS MJD Scientific Consultancy

Ed Carlson, CVT, VTS (Nutrition) IVG Hospitals

Dani DeCormier, LVT, VTS (Oncology), CCFP BluePearl Veterinary Partners

Sheila Carrera-Justiz, DVM, DACVIM (Neurology) University of Florida

Dennis DeNicola, DVM, DACVP, PhD Idexx

Jason Castner, CPA, CVA Lacher McDonald Co.

Jeff Denny, DVM, CCRP, CVPP Ark Animal Hospital

Robin Brogdon, MA BluePrints Veterinary Marketing Group

Serge Chalhoub, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM), BSc University of Calgary

Marcus Brown, DVM NOVA Cat Clinic

Jenifer Chatfield, DVM, DACZM* 4J Conservation Center

Jean-Marie Denoix, DVM, PhD, Assoc. LA-ECVDI, DACVSMR, Certified in Equine Locomotor Pathology (ISELP) Ecole Nationale Vétérinaire d'Alfort

Kenneth Bruecker, DVM, MS, DACVS, DACVSMR* Veterinary Medical and Surgical Group

Dennis Chew, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM) Ohio State University

Gareth Buckley, MA, MRCVS, DACVECC, DECVECC, Vet MB University of Florida

Stephen Cital, RVT, RLAT, SRA, VTS (Lab Animal) Anesthesia Nerds

Steven Budsberg, DVM, MS, DACVS University of Georgia

Craig Clifford, DVM, MS, DACVIM (Oncology) Hope Veterinary Services

Kara Burns, MS, LVT, MEd, VTS (Nutrition) Academy of Veterinary Nutrition Technicians

Robert Cole, DVM, DACVR Auburn University

Jen Brandt, PhD AVMA Megan Brashear, CVT, VTS (ECC) Purdue University Gary Brickler, DVM USDA APHIS

Alison Diesel, DVM, DACVD Texas A&M University Ashley DiPrete, RVT, VTS (SAIM) Horse Vet Care Charli Dong, DVM, DACVD Animal Dermatology Group Amanda Donnelly, DVM, MBA ALD Veterinary Consulting Tracy Dowdy, CVPM MRG Consulting

Previous Continuing Educator of the Year Receipient

*Topic Coordinator

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2019 SPEAKERS Patricia Dowling, DVM, MS, ACVIM (LAIM), ACVCP Western College of Veterinary Medicine Michael Dryden, DVM, MS, PhD Kansas State University Louise Dunn Snowgoose Veterinary Management Consulting H. Edward Durham, CVT, LATG, VTS (Cardiology) Ross University

Kristen Hagler, BS, RVT, CCRP, CVPP Golden Gait Canine

Stephen Foulke, DVM, DABVP (Dairy) Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health

Thomas Hairgrove, DVM, MS College of Agriculture & Life Sciences

Robert Furman, BVMS, MRCVS, DAVDC Southern California Veterinary Dental Specialties & Oral Surgery Eric Garcia, IT & Digital Consultant Simply Done Tech Solutions

David Dycus, DVM, MS, CCRP, DACVS-SA VOSM

Frederic Gaschen, DACVIM (SAIM), DECVIM-CA (IM) Louisiana State University

Chrissy Eckstrand, DVM, DACVP, PhD Washington State University

Chris Gauthier, DVM, MS, DACVSSA Charleston Veterinary Referral Center

Kirk Eddleman, MS Inova Partners

Jon Gieche, DVM, FAVD, DAVDC Kettle Moraine Equine Hospital

Mark Epstein, DVM, CVPP, DABVP (Canine & Feline) Total Bond Veterinary Hospitals

Elizabeth Giuliano, DVM, DACVO, MS* University of Missouri - Veterinary Health Center

Steve Epstein, DVM, DACVECC University of California, Davis Sue Ettinger, DVM, DACVIM (Oncology)* Dr. Sue Cancer Vet PLLC and Veterinary Cancer Center Maria Evola, DVM, DACVR North Carolina State University Valerie Fadok, DVM, DACVD, PhD Zoetis Karen Felsted, CPA, MS, DVM, CVPM, CVA PantheraT Veterinary Management Consulting Audra Fenimore, DVM, MS, DACVIM (SAIM) Veterinary Specialty & Emergency Hospital Monique Feyrecilde, BA, LVT, VTS (Behavior) Mercer Island Veterinary Clinic Tyler Fields, DVM USDA-APHIS-VS Mark Finke, DVM Electric City Animal Clinic Brenna Fitzgerald, DVM, DABVP (Avian) Medical Center For Birds Daniel Fletcher, DVM, DACVECC, PhD Cornell University

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Richard Ford, DVM, MS, DACVIM (SAIM) North Carolina State University

John Godbold, DVM Stonehaven Veterinary Consulting Gale Golab, DVM, PhD, DACAW, MANZCVS (Animal Welfare) AVMA

L. Reed Hall, DVM USDA-APHIS-VS Surveillance Preparedness and Response Service

Dermot Jevens, BVMS, MRCVS, DACVS Compassion First Pets

Ralph Harvey, DVM, MS, DACVAA* University of Tennessee Roger Haston, PhD Petsmart Charities Abbie Hathaway, CVT Banfield Pet Hospital

Susanne Heartsill, DVM Ceva Animal Health

Shelley Johnson, BS Patterson Veterinary

Brian Herrin, DVM, DACVM (Parasitology), PhD Kansas State University

Stephen Jones, DVM Lakeside Animal Hospital

Meghan Herron, DVM, DACVB The Ohio State University

Mike Hoge, DVM, Certified in Equine Locomotor Pathology (ISELP) Murrieta Equine

Ed Guiducci, Esq. Guiducci & Guiducci Julien Guillaumin, DACVECC, DECVECC The Ohio State University

Previous Continuing Educator of the Year Receipient

*Topic Coordinator

Amy Johnson, BS, LATG, LVT American Animal Hospital Association Daniel Johnson, DVM, DABVP (Exotic Companion Mammals) Avian and Exotic Animal Care

Alison, Gottlieb, BS, CVT, VTS (ECC) Four Paws Consulting

Margaret Gruen, DVM, PhD, DACVB North Carolina State University

Chad Johannes, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM, Oncology) Iowa State University

David Haworth, DVM, PhD PetSmart Charities

Candice Hoerner, CVT, VTS (Dentistry) Big Sky Veterinary Dentistry Education

Tamara Grubb, DVM, PhD, DACVAA Washington State University

Michael Hutchinson, DVM Animal General of Cranberry Township

Randy Hall Aspire

Sonya Gordon, DVSc, DACVIM (Cardiology) Texas A&M University

Jay Griffin, DVM, DACVR Texas A&M University

Michael Huber, BS Vertical Measures

Alexandra Iosif, BBA Bank of America Practice Solutions

Andrew Hillier, MANZCVS (Canine Medicine ), DACVD, BVSc Zoetis

Barden Greenfield, DVM, DAVDC, FAVD* MidSouth Veterinary Dental Referrals

John Hubbell, DVM, MS, DACVAA Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital

Melissa Hall, DVM, DACVD Animal Dermatology Clinic

Richard Goldstein, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM), DECVIM-CA Animal Medical Center

Nora Grant, DVM Ceva Animal Health

Debra Horwitz, DVM, DACVB*

Jessica Hokamp, DVM, PhD, DACVP (Clinical) Ohio State University Todd Holbrook, DVM, DACVIM (LAIM), ACVSMR Oklahoma State University Marie Holowaychuk, DVM, DACVECC, CYT Critical Care Vet Consulting Elizabeth Homerosky, DVM, MSc, DABVP (Beef Cattle) Veterinary Agri-Health Services Laura Howard Strong, DVM, CCFP Community Veterinary Partners, MightyVet Board Vice President

Carrie Jurney, DVM, DACVIM (Neurology) Jurney Veterinary Neurology, Not One More Vet Terry Ryan Kane, DVM, MS A2 Bee Vet Lukas Kawalilak, DVM, DACVR Colorado State University Cleon Kimberling, DVM Barry Kipperman, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM) MsC UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine, MightyVet Board President Eric Klaphake, DVM, DACZM, DABVP (Avian, Reptile & Amphibian) Cheyenne Mountain Zoo Jamie Kopper, DVM, DACVIM (LAIM), PhD Washington State University Michelle Krasicki-Aune, CVT, MBA Vet Teams Janina Krumbeck, PhD MiDOG Chelsea Kunst, DVM, DACVR California Veterinary Specialists


2019 SPEAKERS Charlotte Lacroix, DVM, Esq.* Veterinary Business Advisors Lorna Lambert, CPHQ, CPMSM, HACP Banfield Pet Hospital Brittany Lancellotti, DVM Animal Dermatology Clinic Michael Lappin, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM), PhD Colorado State University Patty Lathan, VMD, MS, DACVIM (SAIM)* Mississippi State University Scott Learned, MS, MBA, PE, LEED AP Design Learned Jeffrey Lee, DVM USDA-APHIS Veterinary Service Justine Lee, DVM, DACVECC, DABT* VETgirl Garrett Levin, DVM, DACVS Burlington Emergency & Veterinary Specialists

Bianca Lourenco, DVM, MSc, DACVIM (SAIM) University of Georgia Jody Lulich, DVM, PhD, DACVIM (SAIM) University of Minnesota Jennifer MacLeay, DVM, PhD, DACVIM (LAIM) Hill's Pet Nutrition Linda Markland, RVT Nationwide Natalie Marks, DVM, CVJ Blum Animal Hospital Stanley Marks, BVSc, PhD, DACVIM (SAIM & Oncology), DACVN University of California, Davis Dan Markwalder, DVM Animal Care Clinic Alberto Martin Cordero, DVM, DLACVD VetDerm Mariza Martinez, BS Bank of America Practice Solutions

Nyssa Levy, DVM, MS, DACVECC Michigan State University

Steve Maschmedt, DVM Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health

Greg Lewbart, MS, VMD, DACZM, DECZM North Carolina State University

Nora Matthews, DVM, DACVA

Emma Lishness, BS Idexx Susan Little, DVM, DABVP (Feline)* Bytown Cat Hospital Susan Little, DVM, PhD, DACVM Oklahoma State University Meryl Littman, VMD, DACVIM (SAIM) University of Pennsylvania Kimby Lo, DVM, DACVD Animal Dermatology Clinic Heidi Lobprise, DVM, DAVDC Main Street Veterinary Hospital and Dental Clinic Joyce Login, DVM Zoetis

Joerg Mayer, DVM, MS, DACZM, DABVP (ECM), DECZM University of Georgia Emily McCobb, DVM, MS, DACVAA Tufts University Janet McConnell, CVT Compassion First Pets David McCormick, MS, CVA Simmons Mid-Atlantic Ragen McGowen, PhD Purina Brett McNabb, DVM, DACT, MPVM, DABVP (Food Animal) University of California, Davis Tasha McNerney, RVT, CVPP, VTS (Anesthesia) Veterinary Anesthesia Nerds Cristina Mendoza, RVT, BS

Sue Loly, LVT, VTS (EVN) University of Minnesota

Reuben Merideth, DVM, DACVO Eye Care for Animals

Kim London, BS Vetsource

Fred Metzger, DVM, MRCVS, DABVP (Canine & Feline) Metzger Animal Hospital

Alex Miller, DVM Boeringer Ingelheim Animal Health

Jennifer Ogeer, DVM, MS, MBA IDEXX

Scott Mogren, BA Banfield Pet Hospital

Kerry O'Hara, PhD Nationwide

George Moore, DVM, DACVPM, DACVIM (SAIM), PhD* Purdue University

John Owens, Esq. Law Office of John Owens

Sarah Moore, DVM, DACVIM (Neurology)* The Ohio State University Jessica Morgan, DVM, Certified in Equine Locomotor Pathology (ISELP) Morgan Equine Veterinary & Farrier Hospital Peter Morresey, DACVIM (LAIM), BVSc, DACT, MACVSc Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital Jo Ann Morrison, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM), MS Banfield Pet Hospital Beckie Mossor, RVT 3K9 Working Dogs Kristie Mozzachio, DVM, CVA, DACVP Mozzachio Mobile Veterinary Services Wendy Myers, CVJ Communication Solutions for Veterinarians Tera Nance, CVA Summit Veterinary Advisors Christine Navarre, DVM, MS, DACVIM (LAIM) Louisiana State University Jessie Nelson, CVT, AAS, VTS (Nutrition) Desert Veterinary Medical Specialists Nathan Nelson, DVM, MS, DACVR North Carolina State University Zenithson (Zenny) Ng, DVM, MS, DABVP (Canine/Feline) University of Tennessee Dave Nichol, DVM Brook Niemiec, DVM, DAVDC, FAVD, DEVDC Southern California Veterinary Dental Specialties & Oral Surgery Gary Norsworthy, DVM, DABVP (Feline) Alamo Feline Health Center Adesola Odunayo, DVM, MS, DACVECC University of Tennessee

Rebecca Owens, DVM Banfield Pet Hospital Christopher Pachel, DVM, DACVB, CABC Animal Behavior Clinic Garret Pachtinger, VMD, DACVECC VETgirl and Veterinary Specialty & Emergency Center Mark Papich, DVM, MS, DACVCP North Carolina State University Steven Parish, DVM, DACVIM (LAIM) Washington State University Geri Parsons, CVT Optimal Livestock Services Steven Petersen, DVM, DACVS, DACVSMR VCA Northwest Veterinary Specialists Russ Peterson, DVM, MS, DACVSMR, Certified in Equine Locomotor Pathology (ISELP) Peninsula Equine Medical Center Simon Platt, BVM&S, DACVIM (Neurology), DECVN, MRCVS University of Georgia Scott Poock, DVM University of Missouri Kimberly Pope-Robinson, DVM 1 Life Connected Erin Porter, DVM, DACVR University of Florida Tom Portillo, DVM Friona Industries Rachel Poulin, RVT, VTS (SAIM) Amerivet Karen Purves, MA Innovative Impact Donna Raditic, CVA, DACVN, DVM* University of Tennessee Jamie Rauscher, RVT NVA / Animal Hospital of Towne Lake Heidi Reuss-Lamky, LVT, VTS (Anesthesia/Analgesia, Surgery)

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2019 SPEAKERS Andy Roark, DVM, MS Tall Oak Enterprises,

Bill Schroeder, BS Intouch Practice Communications

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Sheilah Robertson, BVMS (Hons), PhD, DECVAA, DACAW, DECAWBM (WSEL), CVA, MRCVS Lap of Love Veterinary Hospice

J. Catharine Scott-Moncrieff, VetMB, MA, MS, DACVIM (SAIM), DSAM, DECVIM Purdue University- SVM

Scott Stevenson, DVM, MSc Thousand Islands Veterinary Services

Jessica Rodriguez, DVM, DACVM (Parasitology), PhD Zoetis

Howard Seim, DVM, DACVS* VideoVet

Heather Romano, SHRM-CP, SPHR IVET360 Rebecca Rose, CVT CATALYST Veterinary Practice Consultants Rod Rosychuk, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM) Colorado State University Elizabeth Rozanski, DVM, DACVECC, DACVIM (SAIM)* Tufts University

Andre Shih, DVM, DACVAA, DACVECC Capital Veterinary Specialists

Jane Sykes, BVSC (HONS), DACVIM (SAIM), PhD* UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine

Mark Skeels, DVM Cuattro Imaging

Mark Russak, DVM Nutmeg Veterinary Consulting

Christopher Smith, DVM, DACVAA University of Tennessee

Matt Russell IDEXX

Geoffrey Smith, DVM, MS, DACVIM (LAIM), PhD North Carolina State University

Chris Sanchez, DVM, DACVIM (LAIM), PhD University of Florida Robert Sanchez, BA Digital Empathy Stacee Santi, DVM VET2PET William Saxon, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM), DACVECC Idexx Margie Scherk, DVM, DABVP (Feline Practice) Harold Schott, DVM, PhD, DACVIM (LAIM) Michigan State University Michelle Schraeder, DVM, FAAVA, MEd Mountain Veterinary Hospital Andrew Schreibman, DVM Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health

Rustin Sturgeon, DVM, DACVO Eye Care for Animals Jan Suchodolski, MedVet, DrVetMed, PhD, AGAF, DACVM Texas A&M University

Alan Skinner, DVM Southern California Veterinary Dental Specialties & Oral Surgery

Robert Sager, DVM, MS, PhD, DABVP (Beef Cattle) Medicine Creek Bovine Health

Jason Stull, VMD, MPVM, DACVPM, PhD The Ohio State University

Tamara Shearer, DVM, CHPV, CCRP, CVA, CVPP, CTPEP Washington State University

Adam Rudinsky, DVM, MS, DACVIM (SAIM) The Ohio State University

Chrissie Rutter, DVM, DACVECC Texas A&M University

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Kurt Selberg, DVM, MS, DACVR, Certified in Equine Locomotor Pathology (ISELP) Colorado State University

Elizabeth Strand, LCSW, PhD University of Tennessee

Rachel Smith, DVM, DACVR Oakland Veterinary Referral Services Robert Smith, DVM, MS, DABVP (Food Animal Practice) Veterinary Research and Consulting Services Karen Snowden, DVM, PhD, DACVM (Parasitology) Texas A&M University Christopher Snyder, DVM, DAVDC University of Wisconsin Erin Spencer, CVT, MEd, VTS (Emergency & Critical Care) National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America Joerg Steiner, DECVIM-CA, PhD, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM) Texas A&M University Kevin Stepaniuk, DVM, DAVDC, FAVD Pacific Veterinary Dentistry and Oral Surgery Services Jim Stephenson, DVM, CBA Simmons & Associates, Northeast

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David Szabo, DVM, DACVR VCA Animal Specialty & Emergency Center

Mandy Wallace, DVM, MS, DACVS-SA University of Georgia Cynthia Ward, VMD, DACVIM (SAIM), PhD University of Georgia Ruth Ward, LVT WVC Neal Wasserman, DVM, DACVO Eye Care for Animals Courtney Waxman, CVT, RVT, VTS (ECC) Purdue University’s Veterinary Nursing Distance-Learning Program Craig Webb, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM), PhD Colorado State University Terah Webb, DVM, DACVO MedVet Tracy Webb, DVM, PhD Colorado State University

Greg Taylor, BA, MBA Mason Company

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Marc Van Eden, PhD MiDOG Brian Vander Ley, DVM, DACVPM, PhD Great Plains Veterinary Educational Center Lance Visser, DVM, MS, DACVIM (Cardiology) University of California, Davis Sarita Vora, Live Oak Bank


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*Common side effects of steroids include polyuria, polydipsia and polyphagia.5,6 Side effects of APOQUEL reported most often are vomiting and diarrhea.2 INDICATIONS Control of pruritus associated with allergic dermatitis and control of atopic dermatitis in dogs at least 12 months of age. IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION Do not use APOQUEL in dogs less than 12 months of age or those with serious infections. APOQUEL may increase the chances of developing serious infections, and may cause existing parasitic skin infestations or pre-existing cancers to get worse. APOQUEL has not been tested in dogs receiving some medications including some commonly used to treat skin conditions such as corticosteroids and cyclosporine. Do not use in breeding, pregnant, or lactating dogs. Most common side effects are vomiting and diarrhea. APOQUEL has been used safely with many common medications including parasiticides, antibiotics and vaccines. For more information, please see Brief Summary of full Prescribing Information on adjacent page. References: 1. Gadeyne C, Little P, King VL, et al. Efficacy of oclacitinib (Apoquel®) compared with prednisolone for the control of pruritus and clinical signs associated with allergic dermatitis in client-owned dogs in Australia. Vet Dermatol. 2014;25(6):512-518. doi:10.1111/vde.12166. 2. Cosgrove SB, Wren JA, Cleaver DM, et al. Efficacy and safety of oclacitinib for the control of pruritus and associated skin lesions in dogs with canine allergic dermatitis. Vet Dermatol. 2013;24(5):479-e114. doi:10.1111/vde.12047. 3. Aleo MM, Galvan EA, Fleck JT, et al. Effects of oclacitinib and prednisolone on skin test sensitivity [abstract]. Vet Dermatol. 2013;24(3):297. 4. Gonzales AJ, Bowman J, Fici G, et al. Oclacitinib (APOQUEL®) is a novel Janus kinase inhibitor with activity against cytokines involved in allergy. J Vet Pharmacol Ther. 2014;37(4):317-324. doi:10.1111/jvp.12101. 5. Edwards SH. The Merck Veterinary Manual. 11th ed. Kenilworth, NJ: Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp; 2014. http://merckvetmanual.com/pharmacology/anti-inflammatory-agents/ corticosteroids? qt=antiinflammatoryagents&alt=sh. Accessed January 4, 2018. 6. Sousa CA. Glucocorticoids in veterinary dermatology. In: Bonagura JD, Twedt DC, eds. Kirk’s Current Veterinary Therapy. 14th ed. St. Louis, MO: Saunders Elsevier; 2009:400-404.

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Brief Summary of Prescribing Information For oral use in dogs only Caution: Federal (USA) Law restricts this drug to use by or on the order of a licensed veterinarian. Indications: Control of pruritus associated with allergic dermatitis and control of atopic dermatitis in dogs at least 12 months of age. Dosage and Administration: The dose of APOQUEL (oclacitinib maleate) tablets is 0.18 to 0.27 mg oclacitinib/lb (0.4 to 0.6 mg oclacitinib/kg) body weight, administered orally, twice daily for up to 14 days, and then administered once daily for maintenance therapy. APOQUEL may be administered with or without food. Dosing Chart Weight Range Weight Range Number of Tablets to be Administered (in lb) (in Kg) Low High Low High 3.6 mg 5.4 mg 16 mg Tablets Tablets Tablets 6.6 9.9 3.0 4.4 0.5 10.0 14.9 4.5 5.9 0.5 15.0 19.9 6.0 8.9 1 20.0 29.9 9.0 13.4 1 30.0 44.9 13.5 19.9 0.5 45.0 59.9 20.0 26.9 2 60.0 89.9 27.0 39.9 1 90.0 129.9 40.0 54.9 1.5 130.0 175.9 55.0 80.0 2 Warnings: APOQUEL is not for use in dogs less than 12 months of age (see Animal Safety). APOQUEL is not for use in dogs with serious infections. APOQUEL may increase susceptibility to infection, including demodicosis, and exacerbate neoplastic conditions (see Adverse Reactions and Animal Safety). Human Warnings: This product is not for human use. Keep this and all drugs out of reach of children. For use in dogs only. Wash hands immediately after handling the tablets. In case of accidental eye contact, flush immediately with water or saline for at least 15 minutes and then seek medical attention. In case of accidental ingestion, seek medical attention immediately. Precautions: APOQUEL is not for use in breeding dogs, or pregnant or lactating bitches. The use of APOQUEL has not been evaluated in combination with glucocorticoids, cyclosporine, or other systemic immunosuppressive agents. Dogs receiving APOQUEL should be monitored for the development of infections, including demodicosis, and neoplasia. Adverse Reactions: Control of Atopic Dermatitis In a masked field study to assess the effectiveness and safety of oclacitinib for the control of atopic dermatitis in dogs, 152 dogs treated with APOQUEL and 147 dogs treated with placebo (vehicle control) were evaluated for safety. The majority of dogs in the placebo group withdrew from the 112-day study by Day 16. Adverse reactions reported (and percent of dogs affected) during Days 0-16 included diarrhea (4.6% APOQUEL, 3.4% placebo), vomiting (3.9% APOQUEL, 4.1% placebo), anorexia (2.6% APOQUEL, 0% placebo), new cutaneous or subcutaneous lump (2.6% APOQUEL, 2.7% placebo), and lethargy (2.0% APOQUEL, 1.4% placebo). In most cases, diarrhea, vomiting, anorexia, and lethargy spontaneously resolved with continued dosing. Dogs on APOQUEL had decreased leukocytes (neutrophil, eosinophil, and monocyte counts) and serum globulin, and increased cholesterol and lipase compared to the placebo group but group means remained within the normal range. Mean lymphocyte counts were transiently increased at Day 14 in the APOQUEL group. Dogs that withdrew from the masked field study could enter an unmasked study where all dogs received APOQUEL. Between the masked and unmasked study, 283 dogs received at least one dose of APOQUEL. Of these 283 dogs, two dogs were withdrawn from study due to suspected treatment-related adverse reactions: one dog that had an intense flare-up of dermatitis and severe secondary pyoderma after 19 days of APOQUEL administration, and one dog that developed generalized demodicosis after 28 days of APOQUEL administration. Two other dogs on APOQUEL were withdrawn from study due to suspected or confirmed malignant neoplasia and subsequently euthanized, including one dog that developed signs associated with a heart base mass after 21 days of APOQUEL administration, and one dog that developed a Grade III mast cell tumor after 60 days of APOQUEL administration. One of the 147 dogs in the placebo group developed a Grade I mast cell tumor and was withdrawn from the masked study. Additional dogs receiving APOQUEL were hospitalized for diagnosis and treatment of pneumonia (one dog), transient bloody vomiting and stool (one dog), and cystitis with urolithiasis (one dog).

In the 283 dogs that received APOQUEL, the following additional clinical signs were reported after beginning APOQUEL (percentage of dogs with at least one report of the clinical sign as a non-pre-existing finding): pyoderma (12.0%), non-specified dermal lumps (12.0%), otitis (9.9%), vomiting (9.2%), diarrhea (6.0%), histiocytoma (3.9%), cystitis (3.5%), anorexia (3.2%), lethargy (2.8%), yeast skin infections (2.5%), pododermatitis (2.5%), lipoma (2.1%), polydipsia (1.4%), lymphadenopathy (1.1%), nausea (1.1%), increased appetite (1.1%), aggression (1.1%), and weight loss (0.7). Control of Pruritus Associated with Allergic Dermatitis In a masked field study to assess the effectiveness and safety of oclacitinib for the control of pruritus associated with allergic dermatitis in dogs, 216 dogs treated with APOQUEL and 220 dogs treated with placebo (vehicle control) were evaluated for safety. During the 30-day study, there were no fatalities and no adverse reactions requiring hospital care. Adverse reactions reported (and percent of dogs affected) during Days 0-7 included diarrhea (2.3% APOQUEL, 0.9% placebo), vomiting (2.3% APOQUEL, 1.8% placebo), lethargy (1.8% APOQUEL, 1.4% placebo), anorexia (1.4% APOQUEL, 0% placebo), and polydipsia (1.4% APOQUEL, 0% placebo). In most of these cases, signs spontaneously resolved with continued dosing. Five APOQUEL group dogs were withdrawn from study because of: darkening areas of skin and fur (1 dog); diarrhea (1 dog); fever, lethargy and cystitis (1 dog); an inflamed footpad and vomiting (1 dog); and diarrhea, vomiting, and lethargy (1 dog). Dogs in the APOQUEL group had a slight decrease in mean white blood cell counts (neutrophil, eosinophil, and monocyte counts) that remained within the normal reference range. Mean lymphocyte count for dogs in the APOQUEL group increased at Day 7, but returned to pretreatment levels by study end without a break in APOQUEL administration. Serum cholesterol increased in 25% of APOQUEL group dogs, but mean cholesterol remained within the reference range. Continuation Field Study After completing APOQUEL field studies, 239 dogs enrolled in an unmasked (no placebo control), continuation therapy study receiving APOQUEL for an unrestricted period of time. Mean time on this study was 372 days (range 1 to 610 days). Of these 239 dogs, one dog developed demodicosis following 273 days of APOQUEL administration. One dog developed dermal pigmented viral plaques following 266 days of APOQUEL administration. One dog developed a moderately severe bronchopneumonia after 272 days of APOQUEL administration; this infection resolved with antimicrobial treatment and temporary discontinuation of APOQUEL. One dog was euthanized after developing abdominal ascites and pleural effusion of unknown etiology after 450 days of APOQUEL administration. Six dogs were euthanized because of suspected malignant neoplasms: including thoracic metastatic, abdominal metastatic, splenic, frontal sinus, and intracranial neoplasms, and transitional cell carcinoma after 17, 120, 175, 49, 141, and 286 days of APOQUEL administration, respectively. Two dogs each developed a Grade II mast cell tumor after 52 and 91 days of APOQUEL administration, respectively. One dog developed low grade B-cell lymphoma after 392 days of APOQUEL administration. Two dogs each developed an apocrine gland adenocarcinoma (one dermal, one anal sac) after approximately 210 and 320 days of APOQUEL administration, respectively. One dog developed a low grade oral spindle cell sarcoma after 320 days of APOQUEL administration. To report suspected adverse events, for technical assistance or to obtain a copy of the MSDS, contact Zoetis Inc. at 1-888-963-8471 or www.zoetis.com. For additional information about adverse drug experience reporting for animal drugs, contact FDA at 1-888-FDA-VETS or online at http://www.fda.gov/AnimalVeterinary/SafetyHealth. Storage Conditions: APOQUEL should be stored at controlled room temperature between 20° to 25°C (68° to 77°F) with excursions between 15° to 40°C (59° to 104°F). How Supplied: APOQUEL tablets contain 3.6 mg, 5.4 mg, or 16 mg of oclacitinib as oclacitinib maleate per tablet. Each strength tablets are packaged in 20 and 100 count bottles. Each tablet is scored and marked with AQ and either an S, M, or L that correspond to the different tablet strengths on both sides. NADA #141-345, Approved by FDA Made in Italy

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The WVC Alaskan Cruise provides the opportunity for veterinarians and

veterinary technicians to experience a world-class travel experience while learning practice-ready skills and diagnostic approaches. The learning environment provides ample instructor and participant interactions in

an encouraging and friendly environment. Networking opportunities are

endless as you enjoy learning & experiencing the many options available to you on board the ship or in the ports you will visit.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

• Develop decision-making skills using diagnostic images to optimize orthopedic surgical approaches and results

• Identify indications for using various imaging modalities and how that influences the surgical procedures and prognosis • Learn the common and uncommon causes of orthopedic pain within the shoulder, elbows, carpus, hips, stifles and tarsi and how best to diagnose and treat the underlying causes • Understand when imaging fails to identify a lesion, but your patient is still in pain. What do you do to manage the pain.

14 CE Hours

Diagnostic Imaging & Surgery-Orthopedic Instructors Brian Beale, DVM, DACVS

Gulf Coast Veterinary Specialists

Jay Griffin, DVM, DACVR Texas A&M

Brian Poteet, DVM, DACVR

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SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM 2019 SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM & GUIDE

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CE CREDIT INFORMATION Full Conference Registration for Veterinarians with Labs

48 CE Hours*

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40 CE Hours*

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40 CE Hours

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WS Workshop*

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VT Veterinary Technician

POTENTIAL CE CREDITS**

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Saturday, February 16

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11 Hours

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11 Hours

Wednesday, February 20

10 Hours

8 Hours**

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Industry Seminar

SP Special Presentation HO Hands-on Laboratory** EL

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SMALL ANIMAL

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17 +ANESTHESIA  PM

SYMPOSIUM Quality Anesthesia Symposium

OCEANSIDE C, LEVEL 2 Moderator: TBA 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Anesthetic Quality Standards I S13AP Lorna Lambert, Jo Ann Morrison 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Anesthetic Quality Standards II S13BP Lorna Lambert, Jo Ann Morrison 1 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p Individualized Anesthesia Protocols S13C Nora Matthews 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Learnings from Human Healthcare: Anesthetic Checklists S13D Jo Ann Morrison

+BEHAVIOR/ GASTROENTEROLOGY  PM SYMPOSIUM Purina® Pro Plan® Veterinary Diets Symposium ®

®

OCEANSIDE D, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Emily Cross 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p New Approaches to Diagnosis & Therapy of Intestinal Microbiota Dysbiosis S09A Jan Suchodolski

1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Effects of Probiotics on the GI Microbiome & Immune System of Dogs & Cats S09B Michael Lappin 1 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p The Gut-Brain Axis & Those ‘Gut Feelings’: Impact of BL999 (Bifidobacterium Longum) on Anxious Dogs S09C Ragen McGowan 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Practice Fearlessly by Implementing Proven Fear Free? Protocols into Practice: Do Well, by Doing Good S09D Marty Becker

CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY  AM SOUTH SEAS E, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Terry Skogerboe 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Sparing the Opioids: Non-opioid Pharmacologic Targets for Control of Pain in Animals SA47 Dawn Boothe 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Medical Cannabinoids: Understand the Target SA48 Dawn Boothe

CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY  PM SOUTH SEAS E, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Terry Skogerboe 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Revisiting Veterinary Use of Opioids in the Face of the Opioid Epidemic Part I: Improving Judicious Use SA49 Dawn Boothe 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Revisiting Veterinary Use of Opioids in the Face of the Opioid Epidemic Part II: Targeting Acute Pain SA50 Dawn Boothe

1 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatories: It's Not Just the Pain I SA51 Dawn Boothe 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatories: It's Not Just the Pain II SA52 Dawn Boothe

DENTISTRY  AM SOUTH SEAS F, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Marcia Harmelink 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Senior Dental Procedures: Age Does Not Preclude Treatment SA59 Kevin Stepaniuk 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Pain Opening the Mouth: Which Treatment Do You Choose? SA60 Kevin Stepaniuk

DENTISTRY  PM SOUTH SEAS F, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Marcia Harmelink 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p A Photographic Step-by-Step Extraction of the Distal Maxillary Dentition SA61 Kevin Stepaniuk 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Feline Oral Inflammation: Differentiating the ‘itis’ SA62 Kevin Stepaniuk 1 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p Subtle Hints of Common Dental Diseases that Are Missed A Lot! SA63 Kevin Stepaniuk 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Periodontal Treatment Beyond the Prophy SA64 Kevin Stepaniuk

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SMALL ANIMAL EMERGENCY & CRITICAL CARE  PM

DENTISTRY  PM WORKSHOP

Mandalay Bay D, Level 2 Moderator: Gretchen Norton

SURF E, LEVEL 2 4 CE Hours SOLD OUT 2:00-5:50p Dental Radiology Master Class WS13 Brook Niemiec

DERMATOLOGY  PM MANDALAY BAY B, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Peter Perron 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Corticosteroids: How Much Do We Really Know? SA77 Mark Papich 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Compounding, What You Need to Know About Medications Used in Small Animals SA78 Mark Papich 1 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p How to Interpret Antibiotic Susceptibility Tests? SA79 Mark Papich 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Drug Interactions & Incompatibilities for Drugs Used in Dermatology SA80 Mark Papich

EMERGENCY & CRITICAL CARE  AM MANDALAY BAY D, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Gretchen Norton 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a The When, Why & How of Antimicrobial Drug Classes SA106 Steve Epstein 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Antimicrobial Use in the Emergency Patient SA107 Steve Epstein

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1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Blood, Pus & Chyle: When Pleural Effusions Go Bad SA108 Steve Epstein 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Intralipid Use for Intoxications SA109 Steve Epstein 1 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p Emergency Room ECGs SA110 Steve Epstein 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Managing Arrhythmias in the Emergency Room SA111 Steve Epstein

ENDOCRINOLOGY  PM SOUTH SEAS J, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Richard Edling 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Update on Diagnosis of Canine Cushing’s Disease: When & How to Test? SA130 J. Catharine Scott-Moncrieff 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Unusual & Under-diagnosed Feline Endocrinopathies: What Are You Missing? SA131 J. Catharine Scott-Moncrieff 1 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p Update on Treatment of Feline Hyperthyroidism: When Is Nutritional Management Appropriate? SA132 J. Catharine Scott-Moncrieff 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Insulin Treatment of Diabetes Mellitus: How to Avoid Common Treatment Mistakes SA133 J. Catharine Scott-Moncrieff

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FEBRUARY 17

FELINE MEDICINE  AM Mandalay Bay L, Level 2 Moderator: Edward Kanara 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Chronic Kidney Disease: Pathophysiology & Diagnosis SA146 Serge Chalhoub 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Chronic Kidney Disease: Evidencebased Treatments SA147 Serge Chalhoub

FELINE MEDICINE  PM MANDALAY BAY L, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Edward Kanara 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Proteinuria: The Silent Killer SA148 Serge Chalhoub 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Acute Azotemia: Not All About the Kidneys SA149 Serge Chalhoub 1 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p Lipidosis: The Not So Mellow Yellow SA150 Margie Scherk 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Triaditis: A Troubling Threesome SA151 Margie Scherk

HEMATOLOGY  AM LAGOON G, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Doug Yanik 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Hematology for the Clinician: Milking the History & Physical Exam SA176 C. Guillermo Couto 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Hematology for the Clinician: Looking at the Blood Smears SA177 C. Guillermo Couto


SMALL ANIMAL

FEBRUARY 17

HEMATOLOGY  PM

+INFECTIOUS DISEASE  PM

LAGOON G, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Doug Yanik

SYMPOSIUM AAHA Infection Control, Biosecurity & Prevention Guidelines Symposium

1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Once Seen, Never Forgotten: Interesting Cases in Medical Neurology I SA249 Sarah Moore

MANDALAY BAY I, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Amy Johnson

1 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p Once Seen, Never Forgotten. Interesting Cases in Medical Neurology II SA250 Sarah Moore

1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Hematology for the Clinician: Integrating CBC Data SA178 C. Guillermo Couto 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Hematology for the Clinician: Leukemias & Leukemoid Reactions SA179 C. Guillermo Couto 1 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p How Do I Read a Chemistry Profile: Case Discussions SA180 C. Guillermo Couto 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p The Patient with Lymphadenopathy or Splenomegaly SA181 C. Guillermo Couto

IMAGING-RADIOLOGY  PM SOUTH SEAS B, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Karl Jernstedt 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Thoracic Radiographs in Small Animals: The Interpretation Paradigm SA190 Clifford (Kip) Berry 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Interpreting Abdominal Radiographs: An Interpretation Paradigm Overview SA191 Clifford (Kip) Berry 1 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p Interpreting Musculoskeletal Radiographs: Osseous Abnormalities and Their Description SA192 Clifford (Kip) Berry 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p 7 Most Commonly Missed Lesions When Interpreting Radiographs SA193 Clifford (Kip) Berry

1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p The Dummies' Guide to Preventing Hospital-associated Infections S25A Jason Stull 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Protecting Your Patients: The Path to Becoming an Infection Control Rock Star S25BP Amy Johnson, Jason Stull 1 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p Yikes! They Did/Got What? Hot Topics in Infection Control S25C Jason Stull

NEUROLOGY  AM MANDALAY BAY J, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Jennifer Stewart

1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Spinal Radiographs: Maximizing Diagnostic Utility SA251 Sarah Moore

NUTRITION  AM LAGOON H, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Michele Rash 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Pet Food Facts, Fallacies & Opinions SA258 Donna Raditic 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Tell Your Clients What to Feed SA259 Donna Raditic

1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Hands Off Neurology: Getting the Most from Your Neuro Exam SA246 Sarah Moore

LAGOON H, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Michele Rash

1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p The Cranial Nerve Exam: Your Window to the Brain SA247 Sarah Moore

1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Canine Nutrition to Treat Acute GI Disease SA260 Donna Raditic

NUTRITION  PM

MANDALAY BAY J, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Jennifer Stewart

1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Canine Nutrition to Treat Chronic GI Disease SA261 Donna Raditic

1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Neurologic Episodes: When It’s Not a Seizure SA248 Sarah Moore

1 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p A Joint Effort: Nutrition and Osteoarthritis SA262 Donna Raditic

NEUROLOGY  PM

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SMALL ANIMAL NUTRITION  PM

ONCOLOGY  PM

LAGOON L, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Michele Rash

SOUTH SEAS H, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Walter Wethered

1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Raw or War: Raw and Homemade Diets SA263 Donna Raditic

1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Feline GI Lymphoma vs IBD: The Struggle Is Real SA266 Sue Ettinger

+NUTRITION/PAIN MANAGEMENT  PM

1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p What’s New in Cancer? SA267 Sue Ettinger

SYMPOSIUM Innovative Solutions Symposium

OCEANSIDE B, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Andy Fox, Ryan Goupil, Malinda Wood 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Evolving the Clinical Approach to Management of Inappetence S05A Chad Johannes 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Impact & Management Strategies for Inappetence S05B Stanley Marks 1 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p Local Anesthetics: Stop Pain in Its Tracks S05C Tamara Grubb 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Paws for Thought: New Approaches to Assessing & Treating Feline Pain S05D Sheilah Robertson

ONCOLOGY  AM SOUTH SEAS H, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Walter Wethered

1 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p Tips & Tricks for Lymphoma in Dogs SA268 Sue Ettinger 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Tips & Tricks for Managing Inappetence & Vomiting in Cancer Patients SA269 Sue Ettinger

OPHTHALMOLOGY  AM South Seas D, Level 3 Moderator: Wallace Wolf 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Back to Basics: A Review of the Ophthalmic Examination SA270 Elizabeth Giuliano 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p When Corneal Colors Come a Calling: What Are They Telling Us SA271 Elizabeth Giuliano

OPHTHALMOLOGY  PM SOUTH SEAS D, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Wallace Wolf

1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Cancer Cliff Notes for Dogs: 5 Cancers, What You Need to Know SA264 Sue Ettinger

1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Seeing Eye-to-Eye: Help Us Better Help You Manage Your Canine Cataract Patients SA272 Elizabeth Giuliano

1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Cancer Cliff Notes for Cats: 5 Cancers, What You Need to Know SA265 Sue Ettinger

1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Comin’ in Red & Hot: Can You Diagnose & Treat Uveitis? SA273 Elizabeth Giuliano

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FEBRUARY 17

1 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p Why Won’t This Corneal Ulcer Heal? Help with Those Pesky Indolent Erosions SA274 Elizabeth Giuliano 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Enucleation: When It Don’t Come Easy SA275 Elizabeth Giuliano

OTOLOGY  AM REEF, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Kimberly Pope-Robinson 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Diagnosing Otitis: Tips on Using Clinical Tests to Get Answers SA282 Ashley Bourgeois 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Topical Therapy for Managing Otitis SA283 Ashley Bourgeois

OTOLOGY  PM REEF, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Kimberly Pope-Robinson 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Diagnosis & Management of Pseudomonas Otitis SA284 Ashley Bourgeois 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Otoscopic Techniques for Ear Masses SA285 Ashley Bourgeois 1 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p Anatomy, Physiology & Ear Basics SA286 Rod Rosychuk 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Canine Allergic Otitis SA287 Rod Rosychuk


SMALL ANIMAL

FEBRUARY 17-18

PERSONALIZED MEDICINE  AM

SHELTER MEDICINE  PM

LAGOON J, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Tessa Kronbetter

LAGOON J, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Joan Winter

1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a The Future of Veterinary Medicine: Petspecific Care SA296 Lowell Ackerman

1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Coping with Opioid Shortages in the Shelter Environment SA322 Emily McCobb

1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Pet-specific Care: Remaining Relevant in the Digital Age! SA297 Lowell Ackerman

1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Preventing & Responding to Anesthetic Emergencies in the Shelter Setting SA323 Emily McCobb

PERSONALIZED MEDICINE  PM LAGOON J, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Joan Winter 1 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p Our Path Forward: It Takes a Village to Deliver Better Healthcare SA298 Lowell Ackerman 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Pet-specific Care: Putting the Potential into Practice SA299 Lowell Ackerman

SHELTER MEDICINE  AM SOUTH SEAS B, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Michael Piontkowski 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Anesthesia for the Geriatric Pet in the Shelter or Community Medicine Setting SA320 Emily McCobb 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Quality of Life Concepts for Companion Animals SA321 Emily McCobb

+UROLOGY  AM SYMPOSIUM Urinary Heath, What's New & What You Need to Know I

OCEANSIDE D, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Nicole Westfall 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Drippy Old Dogs: Approach to Urinary Incontinence in the Senior Dog S36A Julie Byron 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p CaOx Prevention & The Story Behind Voiding Urohydropropulsion S36B Judy Lulich

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18 +ANESTHESIA/PAIN MANAGEMENT  AM SYMPOSIUM Anesthesia & Analgesia: Current & Future

OCEANSIDE C, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Joyce Login 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a The Changing Toolbox for Canine OA Pain Management S01AP Steven Budsberg, Mark Papich 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Minimizing Opioid Use for Dental Procedures S01B Tamara Grubb 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Minimizing Opioid Use for Abdominal Surgeries S01C Andre Shih 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Minimizing Opioid Use Limb Surgery S01DP Ralph Harvey, Christopher Smith

ANESTHESIA  PM MANDALAY BAY I, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Meghan Burns 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Everyone Benefits From Reducing Fear & Stress in Anesthesia SA01 Ralph Harvey 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Anesthesia for Patients Too Sick for Anesthesia – They Probably Aren’t SA02 Ralph Harvey 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p What to Worry About & How to Fix It: Crisis Management in Anesthesia SA03 Ralph Harvey

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SMALL ANIMAL 1 CE Hour 6:00-6:50p Senior Pet Anesthesia & Peri-op Management: Not Too Old SA04 Ralph Harvey

+ANIMAL WELFARE  PM SYMPOSIUM The Future of Animal Welfare

LAGOON J, LEVEL 2 Moderator: TBA 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p The Future of Animal Welfare S24 Roger Haston

BEHAVIOR  AM SOUTH SEAS E, LEVEL 3 Moderator: William Smith 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Low Stress Handling & Bite Prevention: Reading Body Language & Predicting Behavior SA07 Meghan Herron 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Low Stress Handling & Bite Prevention: Mitigating the Environment to Keep You Safe & To Keep Your Patients Happy SA08 Meghan Herron 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Low Stress Handling & Bite Prevention: Canine & Feline Handling Tools: Use Them Early & Use Them Often! SA09 Meghan Herron 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Low Stress Handling & Bite Prevention: Better Living Through Chemistry SA10 Meghan Herron

FEBRUARY 18

BEHAVIOR  PM

DENTISTRY  AM

SOUTH SEAS E, LEVEL 3 Moderator: William Smith

SOUTH SEAS J, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Gerald Adams

1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Answers to the Top Behavior Questions You Hate to Hear SA11 Debra Horwitz

1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Juvenile Dental Pathology: What to Expect & How to Proceed SA65 Barden Greenfield

1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Canine Aggression Toward Unfamiliar People on Walks & At the Door SA12 Debra Horwitz

1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Odontogenic Tumor: Newer Approaches to a Common Problem SA66 Barden Greenfield

1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Prognosis for Aggression in Dogs & Cats SA13 Debra Horwitz

1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Review & Discussion of Uncommon Dental Radiographic Pathology SA67 Barden Greenfield

1 CE Hour 6:00-6:50p Behavior Problems in Senior Dogs SA14 Debra Horwitz

1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p How Much Do You Know? Interactive Complicated Cases SA68 Barden Greenfield

+CLINICAL PATHOLOGY  AM SYMPOSIUM Idexx Diagnostic Innovations for Improved Patient Care

OCEANSIDE B, LEVEL 2 Moderator: TBA 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Doing Good with SDMA: Benefits of SDMA Beyond CKD S20A Jennifer Ogeer 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a CRP: What’s Your Superpower? Detect & Monitor Systemic Inflammation in Dogs in Real Time S20B Graham Bilbrough 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Reticulocytes Count: Why They Are More Important Than Just Classifying Anemia S20C Dennis DeNicola 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p All About Fecal Diagnostics: Classic & Cutting Edge S20D Michael Dryden

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DENTISTRY  PM SOUTH SEAS J, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Gerald Adams 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Choose Your Weapons! With the Right Bur, Your Life Is So Much Easier SA69 Barden Greenfield 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p When & When Not to Use Bonded Sealants SA70 Barden Greenfield 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Managing the Maxillofacial Trauma Patient (PS…Don’t Forget the Teeth!) SA71 Christopher Snyder 1 CE Hour 6:00-6:50p Better Oral Oncology Patient Management from Accurate Biopsies to Better Treatment Planning SA72 Christopher Snyder


SMALL ANIMAL

+DERMATOLOGY  AM SYMPOSIUM Tackling Today's Veterinary Dermatology Challenges

MANDALAY BAY J, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Andrew Hillier 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a The Forgotten Feline: What Can I Do for Allergic Cats? S04AP Marcus Brown, Alison Diesel 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a The Allergic Dog: What Am I Missing? S04BP Karin Beale, Ashley Bourgeois 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a The Atopic Dog: How Do I Achieve Longterm Control? S04CP Karin Beale, Alison Diesel 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Case-based Dermatology Discussion Panel S04DP Karin Beale, Ashley Bourgeois, Marcus Brown

DERMATOLOGY  AM MANDALAY BAY B, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Joan Winter 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Puppy Pediatric Derm SA81 Alberto Martin Cordero

DERMATOLOGY  PM MANDALAY BAY B, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Joan Winter

FEBRUARY 18 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p How to Manage Recurrent Pyoderma SA84 Alberto Martin Cordero

1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Clinical Management of Dysnatremia SA119 Julien Guillaumin

1 CE Hour 6:00-6:50p Demodicosis: Update SA85 Alberto Martin Cordero

1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Cardiovascular Monitoring SA120 Julien Guillaumin

DISASTER MEDICINE  AM LAGOON J, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Emma Gebhardt 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Disaster Preparedness & the Veterinary Practice SA101 Jenifer Chatfield 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Disaster Response: Infectious Disease SA102 Jenifer Chatfield

1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Shock Resuscitation: Which Fluid? How Much? How Fast? SA121 Julien Guillaumin

EMERGENCY & CRITICAL CARE  PM MANDALAY BAY D, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Craig Tigert 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Triage: Life in the Fast Lane SA122 Julien Guillaumin

1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Ebola & Zika & Domestic Animals SA103 Jenifer Chatfield

1 CE Hour 6:00-6:50p SIRS, Sepsis, MODS, Oh My! SA123 Julien Guillaumin

1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Nipah: The Worst Disease You've Never Heard Of SA104 Jenifer Chatfield

ENDOCRINOLOGY  PM

DISASTER MEDICINE  PM LAGOON J, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Emma Gebhardt

SOUTH SEAS F, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Tessa Kronbetter 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Insulin Resistance: How to Work Through the Diabetic That Won't Respond to Therapy SA367 Cynthia Ward

1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Toxoplasmosis SA105 Jenifer Chatfield

1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p The Double Challenge of the Cushingoid Diabetic SA368 Cynthia Ward

EMERGENCY & CRITICAL CARE  AM

1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Complicated Hyperthyroid Cats: What to Do When Your Hyperthyroid Cat Has CKD SA369 Cynthia Ward

1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Dermatophytosis in Dogs & Cats SA82 Alberto Martin Cordero

SOUTH SEAS F, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Jennifer Halley

1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Getting the Most Out of Shampoo Therapy SA83 Alberto Martin Cordero

1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Feline Aortic Thromboembolism: An Update SA118 Julien Guillaumin

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SMALL ANIMAL 1 CE Hour 6:00-6:50p Common Endocrine Questions From Referral Practitioners SA370 Cynthia Ward

1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Approach to the Cat with Lower Urinary Tract Signs SA155 Susan Little

EVIDENCE-BASED MEDICINE  PM

+FELINE MEDICINE  AM

Lagoon G, Level Moderator: Jane Vermeulen 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Should I & How Do I, Get Started in a Clinical Study? SA142 George Moore 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Do You Have the “Right” Patients? Understanding Patient Inclusion/ Exclusion Criteria & Why Are They Important? SA143 George Moore 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Getting Them in the Door & in the Study! How to Identify & Recruit Potential Cases in My Practice SA144 George Moore 1 CE Hour 6:00-6:50p Keeping Clients Involved & Coming Back: How Do I Motivate Clients to Keep Required Home Journals & Return for Rechecks? SA145 George Moore

SYMPOSIUM What's New in Feline Medicine?

LAGOON G, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Catherine Klein 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a The Seizuring Cat: Investigation & Treatment S35A Simon Platt 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Underdiagnosed Disease of the Feline Intestine, Pancreas & Liver S35B Adam Rudinsky 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Feline Lymphoma: Beyond the GI Tract S35D Sue Ettinger 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Don’t Go Breaking My “Feline” Heart S35C Sonya Gordon

FELINE MEDICINE  AM

FELINE MEDICINE  PM

MANDALAY BAY I, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Linda Schoenberg

MANDALAY BAY D, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Craig Tigert

1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Home Care & End of Life Issues SA152 Margie Scherk

1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Approach to the Cat with Upper Respiratory Tract Signs SA156 Susan Little

1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Interactive Cases to Stimulate Your Thinking SA153 Margie Scherk 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Update Your Protocols for FeLV & FIV Testing SA154 Susan Little

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1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p No More Stones: Management of Uroliths in Cats SA157 Susan Little

FEBRUARY 18

+FELINE MEDICINE  PM SYMPOSIUM Idexx Skinny Cat Track

OCEANSIDE B, LEVEL 2 Moderator: TBA 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Feline Kidney Disease: Early Diagnosis & Impact of Nutritional Management S21A Jennifer Ogeer 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Feline Diabetes Mellitus: Essential Facts for the Astute Practitioner S21B J. Catharine Scott-Moncrieff 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Feline Hyperthyroidism: Guidelines for Diagnosis & Management/Diet S21C J. Catharine Scott-Moncrieff 1 CE Hour 6:00-6:50p The New Standard of Care for the Diagnosis, Treatment & Management of Kidney Disease for Improved & Longer Lives S21D William Saxon

GASTROENTEROLOGY  AM SOUTH SEAS H, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Peter Perron 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Canine Esophageal Disorders: Recognize Them Timely & Treat Them Efficiently SA158 Frederic Gaschen 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Top Tips for the Use of GI Prokinetics in Your Practice SA159 Frederic Gaschen 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Acute Hemorrhagic Diarrhea Syndrome: Do's & Don'ts SA160 Frederic Gaschen


SMALL ANIMAL 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Tips for the Management of Canine Protein-losing Enteropathies: GI & Beyond SA161 Frederic Gaschen

GASTROENTEROLOGY  PM SOUTH SEAS H, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Jennifer Halley 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Chronic Enteropathies in Cats: Inflammatory or Neoplastic? SA162 Frederic Gaschen 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p A Practical Guide for the Approach to Refractory Cases of Canine IBD SA163 Frederic Gaschen 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Confused About Pancreatic Lipases? SA164 Joerg Steiner 1 CE Hour 6:00-6:50p Cobalamin & Cobalamin Deficiency: More Common Than You May Think SA165 Joerg Steiner

+GASTROENTEROLOGY  PM SYMPOSIUM Managing GI Issues in Cats & Dogs

MANDALAY BAY L, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Rebecca Mullis 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p The Impact of the Microbiome in Intestinal Disease: A Case-based Approach S28A Jan Suchodolski 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p New Strategies to Promote GI Health: Make the Microbiome Work for You! S28B Jennifer MacLeay

FEBRUARY 18 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Between a Rock & A Hard Place: Successful Management of Constipation in Cats S28C Susan Little 1 CE Hour 6:00-6:50p Rational Approach to Chronic Enteropathies in the Dog: A Case-based Approach S28D Stanley Marks

HOSPICE  AM REEF, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Mark Russak 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a 10 Ways to Improve our Hospice & Palliative Care Visits SA182 Tamara Shearer 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Golden Rules for Supporting Hospice & Palliative Care Patients That Cannot Walk SA183 Tamara Shearer 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Hospice Fee Structuring: Yes You Can Charge for Hospice Care SA184 Kathleen Cooney 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Euthanasia Team Training & Management: Setting Standards SA185 Kathleen Cooney

HOSPICE  PM REEF, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Mark Russak 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Golden Rules for Managing Hyporexia & Anorexia in the Hospice & Palliative Care Patient SA186 Tamara Shearer 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Golden Rules for Managing Bleeding in the Hospice Patient SA187 Tamara Shearer

1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Understanding Death: The Physiology & Signs SA188 Kathleen Cooney 1 CE Hour 6:00-6:50p Toto Has Died. Now What? Ethical Bodycare We Can be Proud of SA189P Kathleen Cooney, Tamara Shearer

IMAGING-RADIOLOGY  AM SOUTH SEAS B, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Karl Jernstedt 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Spinal Radiography: Tricky Lesions That Change Everything SA194 Jay Griffin 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a The Lungs Look Like: A Practical Algorithm for Radiographic Diagnosis of Lung Disease SA195 Jay Griffin 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Vomiting Simplified: A Question & Answer Approach to Abdominal Radiography SA196 Jay Griffin 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Musculoskeletal Radiography: Malignant Looking Benign Things & Vice Versa SA197 Jay Griffin

IMAGING-RADIOLOGY/ IMAGING-ULTRASOUND  PM SOUTH SEAS B, LEVEL 3 Moderator: David Nelson 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p GI Tract: Radiographs vs Ultrasound. Who Wins More for Going to Surgery? SA198 Robert Cole

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SMALL ANIMAL

FEBRUARY 18

+INFECTIOUS DISEASE  PM

1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Pancreas: Simplifying a Difficult Organ SA199 Robert Cole

1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Leptospirosis: A New Era of Diagnosis & Prevention S16C Jane Sykes

SYMPOSIUM Infectious Disease: Small Animal

1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Cases in Abdominal Ultrasound: From Vomiting to Renal Failure & Everything in Between SA200 Robert Cole

1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Cat Fleas Are Dangerous! An Update on Bartonellosis in Cats, Dogs & People S16D Michael Lappin

OCEANSIDE C, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Albert Ahn

1 CE Hour 6:00-6:50p Cases Imaging the Musculoskeletal System in Dogs & Cats SA201 Robert Cole

+INFECTIOUS DISEASE  PM SYMPOSIUM Emerging Vector-borne & Zoonotic Disease Symposium

IMMUNOLOGY  PM

1 CE Hour 6:00-6:50p Antibody Testing: Applications in Critical Practice S32 Richard Ford

+INTEGRATIVE MEDICINELASER/REGENERATIVE MEDICINE  AM SYMPOSIUM Reduce Pain & Improve Mobility Symposium

INDUSTRY LUNCH SEMINAR OCEANSIDE D, LEVEL 2 Moderator: TBA 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Rabies Vaccination: Misconceptions & The “MUST KNOW” Facts S16E Richard Ford

MANDALAY BAY L, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Andrew Wood

1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Canine Babesiosis: A Continued Threat to Canine Health S16F Adam Birkenheuer

1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Regenerative Medicine: What's the Buzz About? S29A Jeff Denny

SYMPOSIUM Emerging Vector-borne & Zoonotic Disease Symposium

1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Emerging Hemoprotozoa in the Dog & Cat: What Am I Missing? S16G Karen Snowden

1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Integrating Rehabilitation Medicine in Practice S29B Jeff Denny

OCEANSIDE D, LEVEL 2 Moderator: TBA

1 CE Hour 6:00-6:50p Examining the Immunological Response & Biophysical Properties of Two Different Borrelia Vaccines S16H Frederic David

1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Laser Therapy: Myth, Magic, or Science? S29C John Godbold

EXHIBIT HALL THEATER A, LEVEL 1 Moderator: Matt Eberts 1 CE Hour 12:30-1:20p Become A Fear FreeSM Superstar: Tips, Tricks & Magical Moments IS03 Jonathan Bloom

+INFECTIOUS DISEASE  AM

1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Heartworm: A Dynamic Conversation About a Complex Disease with Dr. Steve Jones & Dr. Brian Herrin S16AP Brian Herrin, Stephen Jones 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Lyme Disease: Does It Matter If a Dog Is Positive? S16B George Moore

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Breakfast included with session.

Lunch included with session.

Snack included with session.

1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Light Protocols: Laser Therapy Applications S29D John Godbold


SMALL ANIMAL

NUTRITION  PM

FEBRUARY 18 +PRACTICE MANAGEMENT  PM

INDUSTRY P M REFRESH SEMINAR

EXHIBIT HALL THEATER A, LEVEL 1 Moderator: Jessica Larson 1 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p Causes, Cases & Management of Inappetence: Therapeutic Options IS05 Joe Bartges

OTOLOGY  AM MANDALAY BAY B, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Marcia Harmelink

SYMPOSIUM Models for Veterinary Care in Low Income Communities

1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Canine Urethral Surgery & Feline Perineal Urethrostomy: A Novel Approach SA334 Howard Seim

LAGOON J, LEVEL 2 Moderator: TBA

1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Wound Management Secrets & Surgical Management of Salivary Mucocele SA335 Howard Seim

1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Models for Veterinary Care in Low Income Communities S34 David Haworth

SHELTER MEDICINE  PM SOUTH SEAS D, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Cristie Kamiya

1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Feline Otitis SA288 Rod Rosychuk

1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Efficient Spay/Neuter Surgery SA316 Philip Bushby

1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Canine Otitis Media SA289 Rod Rosychuk

1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Unusual Spay & Neuter Surgery SA317 Philip Bushby

PARASITOLOGY  AM INDUSTRY BREAKFAST SEMINAR

EXHIBIT HALL THEATER B, LEVEL 1 Moderator: Kelly Bowman 1 CE Hour 9:30-10:20a Canine Heartworm Disease IS02 Jessica Rodriguez

PARASITOLOGY  PM INDUSTRY LUNCH SEMINAR

EXHIBIT HALL THEATER B, LEVEL 1 Moderator: TBA 1 CE Hour 12:30-1:20p Feline Broad Spectrum Parasite Protection IS04 Chris Adolph

Must See.

SURGERY-GENERAL  PM LAGOON H, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Walter Wethered 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Surgical Management of Uroabdomen SA336 Howard Seim 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Surgical Management of Brachycephalic Syndrome SA337 Howard Seim

1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p The Optimal Time for Spay/Neuter: An Analysis of Critical Spay/Neuter Literature I SA318 Philip Bushby 1 CE Hour 6:00-6:50p The Optimal Time for Spay/Neuter: An Analysis of Critical Spay/Neuter Literature II SA319 Philip Bushby

SURGERY-GENERAL  AM LAGOON H, LEVEL 2 Moderator: David Nelson 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Visceral Organ Biopsy SA332 Howard Seim 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Surgical Management of a Canine Linear Foreign Body SA333 Howard Seim Breakfast included with session.

Lunch included with session.

Snack included with session.

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SMALL ANIMAL TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19 ANESTHESIA  AM Mandalay Bay I, Level 2 Moderator: Meghan Burns 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a AAHA Anesthesia Guidelines Benefit Your Practice SA05 Ralph Harvey 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Favorite Anesthetic Techniques: Yours & Mine SA06 Ralph Harvey

1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Interactive Cardiopulmonary Radiographic Diagnosis SA25 John Bonagura

1 CE Hour 6:00-6:50p Fears, Phobias & Anxieties SA22 Debra Horwitz

1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Pericardial Disease in the Dog: An Under-recognized Cardiac Disorder SA26 John Bonagura

+BEHAVIOR/ GASTROENTEROLOGY/ IMMUNOLOGY/LAMENESS  PM SYMPOSIUM Integrating Supplements

SOUTH SEAS E, LEVEL 3 Moderator: David Demery

OCEANSIDE C, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Barbara Eves

1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Starting Off on the Right Claw: The Basics of Kitten Behavior & Problem Prevention SA15 Meghan Herron

1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Incorporating Behavior Strategies into Patient Care: Practical Solutions S10A Christopher Pachel

1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Feline Inappropriate Elimination SA16 Meghan Herron

1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Beta-Glucans & The Immune System: What Does the Evidence Show? S10B Tracy Webb

1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Cat Wars: Aggression Between Household Cats SA17 Debra Horwitz

1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Yeast & Bacterial Probiotics: When & Why? S10C Jan Suchodolski

1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Creating Happy Cats: How to Create the Best Environment for Cats SA18 Debra Horwitz

1 CE Hour 6:00-6:50p OA, Where Do We Start? S10D Sherman Canapp

CARDIOLOGY  AM

SOUTH SEAS E, LEVEL 3 Moderator: G. Sierra Schneider 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Starting Off on the Right Paw: The Basics of Puppy Behavior & Problem Prevention SA19 Meghan Herron 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Top 10 Dog Behavior Myths SA20 Meghan Herron

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Lunch included with session.

FEBRUARY 19

1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Update on Medication in Behavior Medicine SA21 Debra Horwitz

BEHAVIOR  AM

BEHAVIOR  PM

REEF, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Bob Marshall 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Preclinical Valvular Heart Disease in the Dog: Diagnosis, Staging & Management SA23 John Bonagura 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Canine Heart Failure: Medical Therapy for Hospital & Home SA24 John Bonagura Must See.

CARDIOLOGY  PM INDUSTRY LUNCH SEMINAR

EXHIBIT HALL THEATER B, LEVEL 1 Moderator: TBA 1 CE Hour 12:30-1:20p Achy Breaky Hearts IS10 Sonya Gordon

CLINICAL PATHOLOGY  PM LAGOON G, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Jane Vermeulen 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Getting the Most Out of Your Cytologies SA35 Jessica Hokamp 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Practical Cytology of Common Inflammatory & Infectious Diseases in Clinical Practice SA36 Jessica Hokamp 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Practical Cytology of Common Canine & Feline Skin Tumors in Clinical Practice SA37 Jessica Hokamp 1 CE Hour 6:00-6:50p Big Nodes? Now What? Practical Cytology of Lymph Nodes & Helpful Additional Diagnostics SA38 Jessica Hokamp


SMALL ANIMAL

FEBRUARY 19

CLINICAL PATHOLOGY  AM

DERMATOLOGY  PM

MANDALAY BAY L, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Cindy Trice

MANDALAY BAY B, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Sabrina Castro

1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a The Opioid Crisis: Are We Prescribing & Dispensing Those Drugs? Part I SA219 Julie Adrian

1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p We Don't Itch Any More, Like We Used to Do SA90 Charli Dong

1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a The Opioid Crisis: Are We Prescribing & Dispensing Those Drugs, Part II & Are We Contributors to the Problem? SA218 Julie Adrian

1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Getting Food Allergies Right SA91 Kimby Lo

1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a The Opioid Crisis: What Resources Are Available to Help? SA220 Julie Adrian 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p The Opioid Crisis: What? Really? SA221 Julie Adrian

DERMATOLOGY  AM MANDALAY BAY B, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Sabrina Castro 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Dermoid PI: Use Those Skills to Solve Derm Mysteries SA86 Charli Dong

DERMATOLOGY  PM LAGOON L, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Sabrina Castro 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Common Drug Options for Managing Canine Atopic Dermatitis SA92 Kimby Lo 1 CE Hour 6:00-6:50p Allergy Impersonators SA93 Kimby Lo

EMERGENCY & CRITICAL CARE  AM SOUTH SEAS F, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Ann Bastian

1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Burnout in the ER: A Practical Approach to Improving Your Team’s Resilience SA116 Daniel Fletcher 1 CE Hour 6:00-6:50p My Patient Is Bleeding: Diagnosing & Treating Emergent Bleeding SA117 Daniel Fletcher

ENDOCRINOLOGY  AM INDUSTRY BREAKFAST SEMINAR

EXHIBIT HALL THEATER B, LEVEL 1 Moderator: TBA 1 CE Hour 9:30-10:20a The Clinical Approach to the Complicated Diabetic Cat IS08 Cynthia Ward

+FELINE MEDICINE  AM

1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a What You Didn't Learn in Vet School: Derm Edition SA87 Charli Dong

1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Why Do I Care About the Anion Gap? Practical, Case-based Blood Gas Analysis SA112 Daniel Fletcher

1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Flake It Off: A Guide to Scaly Diseases SA88 Charli Dong

1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a CPR: Why Everyone Should be an Expert - Basic Life Support (BLS) SA113 Daniel Fletcher

1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Hypothyroidism: What Are We Doing? SA89 Charli Dong

1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p It Takes a Team: Simple Communication Tools to Reduce Medical Errors SA115 Daniel Fletcher

EMERGENCY & CRITICAL CARE  PM SOUTH SEAS F, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Julie Ebert 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p CPR: Why Everyone Should be an Expert - Advanced Life Support (ALS) SA114 Daniel Fletcher

Must See.

SYMPOSIUM Innovation for Cats

MANDALAY BAY J, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Joyce Login 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Feline Parasite Prevention: What's Falling Through the Cracks? S03A Gary Norsworthy 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Uniquely Feline: Chronic Pain & Chronic Itch S03BP Alison Diesel, Margaret Gruen 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Herding Cats into Your Practice S03CP Margaret Gruen, Gary Norsworthy

Breakfast included with session.

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SMALL ANIMAL 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Wellness Screening for Early Detection of Feline Disease: Why You Need to Start! S03D Richard Goldstein

+FELINE MEDICINE  PM SYMPOSIUM New Therapeutic Approaches to Chronic Care Symposium

1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Small Intestinal Dysbiosis SA168 Joerg Steiner 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Feline Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency SA169 Joerg Steiner

GASTROENTEROLOGY  PM SOUTH SEAS H, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Mary Ann Vande Linde

OCEANSIDE D, LEVEL 2 Moderator: TBA 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p A Practical Guide to Managing Osteoarthritis: Making Sense of Current Therapies S18A Bryan Torres 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Feline Hypertension: New Developments on a Pressing Topic S18B Bianca Lourenco 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Feline Chronic Kidney Disease S18C Shelly Vaden 1 CE Hour 6:00-6:50p Don’t Get Your Blood Pressure Up! A Case-based Approach to the Diagnosis & Treatment of Feline Hyperthyroidism & Hypertension S18D Audra Fenimore

GASTROENTEROLOGY  AM

1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Clinical Approach to Abnormal Liver Enzymes SA170 David Twedt 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p The Most Common Causes for Abnormal Liver Enzymes SA171 David Twedt 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Canine Chronic Hepatitis: Update on Diagnosis & Latest Therapies SA172 David Twedt 1 CE Hour 6:00-6:50p Copper & The Liver: An Emerging Disease SA173 David Twedt

+HUMAN RESOURCES/ INFECTIOUS DISEASE/ PARASITOLOGY  AM SYMPOSIUM Merck Animal Health Symposium)

SOUTH SEAS H, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Mary Ann Vande Linde 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Gastric Disease & Antacid Therapy SA166 Joerg Steiner 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Chronic Canine Pancreatitis: Should We Worry About It? SA167 Joerg Steiner

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Must See.

MANDALAY BAY D, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Karen Aiken 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a The Big Five Personality: What We Know about DVMs & How You Can Get the Most from Yours S15A Elizabeth Strand

FEBRUARY 19

1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Feline Friendly Ticks & How to Unfriend Them S15B Susan Little 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a From the Trenches: Practical Tips for Dealing with Ticks & Lyme Disease in Practice S15C Scott Stevenson 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p In the Spotlight: Influenza: When Bad Gets Worse S15D Jenifer Chatfield

IMAGING-RADIOLOGY/ IMAGING-ULTRASOUND  AM SOUTH SEAS B, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Predrag Pecic 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Thoracic Radiographs: Cats Are Not Just Little Dogs SA202 Chelsea Kunst 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a 5 Techniques to Minimize Your Chance of Missing a Pulmonary Lesion SA203 Chelsea Kunst 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Ultrasounding or Radiographing the Vomiting Dog: Decisions, Decisions SA208 Chelsea Kunst 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Radiographic Cases of the Vomiting Dog: Is It Time for Surgery? SA209 Chelsea Kunst

IMAGING-RADIOLOGY  PM SOUTH SEAS B, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Predrag Pecic 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p How to Read Abdominal Radiographs & The Lesions You May be Missing SA206 David Szabo


SMALL ANIMAL

1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Radiographs of the Juvenile Musculoskeletal System: Normal or Abnormal? SA207 David Szabo 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p 10 Most Common Thoracic Radiographic Findings & How to Recognize Them SA204 Erin Porter 1 CE Hour 6:00-6:50p Radiographic Findings in the Coughing Dog: A Case Based Approach SA205 Erin Porter

FEBRUARY 19 INFECTIOUS DISEASE  PM INDUSTRY LUNCH SEMINAR

EXHIBIT HALL THEATER A, LEVEL 1 Moderator: Karen Aiken 1 CE Hour 12:30-1:20p Infectious Disease Control: Does Your Practice Meet the Standard? IS09 Melissa Bourgeois

LEGAL ISSUES  AM SOUTH SEAS F, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Ann Bastian

SYMPOSIUM Infectious Disease Symposium

1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Marijuana & Your Practice SA230 Charlotte Lacroix

OCEANSIDE B, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Karen Stasiak

1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Listing Agreements: What to Look For SA231 Charlotte Lacroix

+INFECTIOUS DISEASE  AM

1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Canine Lyme Disease: Optimizing Your Multi-modal Prevention Strategy in 2019 S02A Richard Goldstein 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Canine Infectious Respiratory Disease Complex: Immunological & Nonimmunological Components of Disease Prevention S02B Steven Carey 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Could It Be Lepto? S02C George Moore 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p WSAVA Global Vaccination Guidelines S02D Michael Day

LEGAL ISSUES  PM LAGOON J, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Rochen Heers 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Reference Lab Contracts: What to Look For SA232 Charlotte Lacroix 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p What Happens If Tragedy Strikes Before You Transition Your Veterinary Practice SA233 Charlotte Lacroix

NEPHROLOGY/UROLOGY  AM LAGOON J, LEVEL 2 Moderator: John Davis 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Urine Trouble: Chronic Kidney Disease SA234 Joe Bartges

1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a IRIS CKD Stage 1: What Is It? What Do I Do Now? SA235 Joe Bartges 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Pebbles in the Stream: Nephroureterolithiasis: Medical & Minimally Invasive Management SA236 Joe Bartges 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Cuttin' on the Kidneys: Surgical Management of Kidney & Ureteral Disease SA237 Mandy Wallace

NEUROLOGY  AM SOUTH SEAS J, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Jennifer Stewart 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Shaking & Rolling: Neurotoxins SA252 Sheila Carrera-Justiz 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Common Congenital Neuro Things: Chiari-like Malformations, Hemivertebrae SA253 Sheila Carrera-Justiz

NEUROLOGY  PM SOUTH SEAS J, LEVEL 3 Moderator: John Davis 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Infectious CNS Diseases SA254 Sheila Carrera-Justiz 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p How to Manage & Prognosticate Head Trauma & Traumatic Brain Injury SA255 Sheila Carrera-Justiz 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Puppy & Kitten Neurology SA256 Sheila Carrera-Justiz 1 CE Hour 6:00-6:50p The Old, Weak Dog SA257 Sheila Carrera-Justiz

Lunch included with session.

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SMALL ANIMAL +PAIN MANAGEMENT  AM SYMPOSIUM IVAPM Pain Management Symposium for Veterinarians

+PARASITOLOGY/PREVENTIVE CARE/UROLOGY  PM SYMPOSIUM Idexx Preventive Care

FEBRUARY 19

REGENERATIVE MEDICINE  PM INDUSTRY P M REFRESH SEMINAR Biologics Advanced Cellular Solutions

OCEANSIDE C, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Matt Eberts, Ember Rotenberry

OCEANSIDE B, LEVEL 2 Moderator: TBA

1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Update on NSAIDs S06A Mark Epstein

1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Clinical Evidence for Expanding Care S22A Graham Bilbrough

1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Opioid-less: Adjusting to the New Normal S06B Mark Epstein

1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Benefits of SDMA as Part of Preventive Care Diagnostics S22B Jennifer Ogeer

1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Re-thinking Management of Osteoarthritis: An Evidence-based Approach S06C Mark Epstein

1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p What's New in Vector-borne Disease Screening S22C Meryl Littman

1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Case Studies in Pain Management S06D Mark Epstein

1 CE Hour 6:00-6:50p Urinalysis: Why It Is Important & Tips & Tricks S22D Fred Metzger

PARASITOLOGY  AM

+PRACTICE OPERATIONS  PM

INDUSTRY BREAKFAST SEMINAR

EXHIBIT HALL THEATER A, LEVEL 1 Moderator: Jeff Wells 1 CE Hour 9:30-10:20a Parasitology Meets Dermatology: Dermatological Benefits of Systemic Flea Control IS07 Michael Canfield, Michael Dryden

SYMPOSIUM Merck Animal Health Symposium

MANDALAY BAY D, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Karen Aiken 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p 10 Steps to Building a Culture of Compliance I S15E Andy Roark 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p 10 Steps to Building a Culture of Compliance II S15FP Dan Markwalder, Andy Roark

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Breakfast included with session.

Snack included with session.

EXHIBIT HALL THEATER B, LEVEL 1 Moderator: Thomas Masterson 1 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p Stem Cell Therapy: A Decade of Clinical Success IS12 Michael Hutchinson

REHABILITATION  AM LAGOON L, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Anthony McCorkle 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Importance of Diagnostic Musculoskeletal Ultrasound in Monitoring Regenerative Medicine Treatments in Tendinopathies SA300 Debra Canapp 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Rehabilitation Therapy Following Regenerative Medicine Treatment SA301 Debra Canapp

REHABILITATION  PM MANDALAY BAY L, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Cindy Trice 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Diagnostic Musculoskeletal Ultrasound: Case-based Exploration SA302 Debra Canapp 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Nutraceuticals: Increasing the Effectiveness of Your Rehabilitation Protocols SA303 Debra Canapp


SMALL ANIMAL

RESPIRATORY  PM REEF, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Bob Marshall 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Localizing Respiratory Distress: The Holy Grail SA304 Chrissie Rutter 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p But He Is Just a Baby! Lung Disease in Puppies & Kittens SA305 Gareth Buckley 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p I Know He Is Old, but... Lung Disease in Geriatrics SA306 Elizabeth Rozanski 1 CE Hour 6:00-6:50p Oh CRUDE! How Many Dogs Are SICK? Managing Respiratory Outbreaks SA307 Gareth Buckley

SHELTER MEDICINE  AM LAGOON L, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Cristie Kamiya 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Emerging Infectious Diseases in Domestic Animals SA324 Chrissy Eckstrand 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Feline Retroviral & Coronaviral Updates SA325 Chrissy Eckstrand

SHELTER MEDICINE  PM LAGOON L, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Cristie Kamiya 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Diagnostic Testing of Diseases that Commonly Affect Shelter Animals SA326 Chrissy Eckstrand

FEBRUARY 19 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Suspicious Death? How to Document Findings & Collect Samples for Potential Legal Cases: A Pathologist’s Perspective SA327 Chrissy Eckstrand

SPORTS MEDICINE  AM LAGOON G, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Barbara Eves 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Osteoarthritis: Alternative Therapies SA328 Sherman Canapp 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a CCL Injury: Thinking Outside the Box SA329 Sherman Canapp 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Soft Tissue Injuries: What Are You Missing? SA330 Sherman Canapp 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Stem Cell Therapy: Case-based Exploration SA331 Sherman Canapp

SURGERY-ORTHOPEDIC  AM LAGOON H, LEVEL 2 Moderator: April Mathis 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a How I Approach a Broken Leg: It’s All About the Biomechanics & Biology SA346 Kenneth Bruecker

1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Fractures That the General Practitioner Might Choose to Refer: "Know When to Fold ‘em” SA348 Brian Beale 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Managing Open Fractures: Dealing with Osteomyelitis & Other Complications SA349 Steven Petersen

SURGERY-ORTHOPEDIC  PM LAGOON H, LEVEL 2 Moderator: April Mathis 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p It Happens to the Best of Us: Orthopedic Complications and How to Deal with Them SA350 David Dycus 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Orthopedic Examination: How to Reach a Diagnosis in 10 Minutes SA351 Brian Beale 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Digit Injuries: More Than Just a Stubbed Toe or Chipped Nail SA352 Steven Petersen 1 CE Hour 6:00-6:50p Common Orthopedic Soft Tissue Injuries of the Forelimb SA353 David Dycus

1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Fractures the General Practitioner Might Choose to Keep: “Know When to Hold ‘em” SA347 Kenneth Bruecker

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SMALL ANIMAL WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20 +BEHAVIOR/DERMATOLOGY  AM SYMPOSIUM Behavior & Dermatology Symposium

1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Interactive ECG Reading I: The Essentials SA30 Lance Visser

CARDIOLOGY  PM

FEBRUARY 20

1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Pee! Why Urine Is Liquid Gold SA42 Craig Thompson

CLINICAL PATHOLOGY  PM INDUSTRY LUNCH SEMINAR

OCEANSIDE C, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Kathy Sarnelli

OCEANSIDE D, LEVEL 2 Moderator: TBA 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Skinful Indulgence or Everyday Necessity? Topical Therapy in Dermatology S31A Melissa Hall 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Veterinary Staff Roles in Puppy Socialization I S31B Monique Feyrecilde 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Veterinary Staff Roles in Puppy Socialization II S31C Monique Feyrecilde 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Dermatology: Vet Visits That Won't Make Your Patients' Skin Crawl S31D Brittany Lancellotti

1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Interactive ECG Reading II: The Challenges SA31 Lance Visser 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p The Puppy & Kitten with a Cardiac Murmur SA32 Lance Visser 1 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p Incorporating Echocardiography into Your Practice SA33 Lance Visser 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Interactive Echocardiography: What’s Your Echo Diagnosis? SA34 Lance Visser

CLINICAL PATHOLOGY  AM LAGOON G, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Jessica Stewart

CARDIOLOGY  AM OCEANSIDE C, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Kathy Sarnelli 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Feline Cardiomyopathy I: Causes, Diagnosis & Staging SA27 John Bonagura 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Feline Cardiomyopathy II: Treatment Approaches SA28 John Bonagura 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Complicating Factors in Canine Heart Disease SA29 Lance Visser

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Lunch included with session.

1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Practical Cytology of Body Fluids in Clinical Practice SA39 Jessica Hokamp 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Practical Urinalysis in Clinical Practice SA40 Jessica Hokamp 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a When to Take the Next Step: Using Baseline Data to Guide Second Tier Testing SA41 Craig Thompson

Must See.

EXHIBIT HALL THEATER B, LEVEL 1 Moderator: TBA 1 CE Hour 12:30-1:20p Practical Application of Vector-borne Disease Testing in Your Practice: How I Did It in Mine IS16 Susanne Heartsill

CLINICAL PATHOLOGY  PM LAGOON G, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Linda Schoenberg 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Pitfalls! The Most Common Clinicopathologic Mistakes SA43 Craig Thompson 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p When to Panic! Clinical Pathology Red Flags SA44 Craig Thompson 1 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p The Body's Trashcan: A Look at the Liver Through the Clin. Path. Lens SA45 Craig Thompson 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Casting the Net: Why Routine Laboratory Screening Is So Important & What You're Missing SA46 Craig Thompson

CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY  AM SOUTH SEAS H, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Michael Piontkowski 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Being a Good Steward: Optimizing Antimicrobial Therapy SA53 Patricia Dowling


SMALL ANIMAL

1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Interpreting Culture & Susceptibility Testing for Small Animal Practitioners SA54 Patricia Dowling

FEBRUARY 20 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Will You Be Fooled? “Abnormal Normals” in Canine & Feline Radiology SA74 Christopher Snyder

LAGOON H, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Rob Keene

1 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p What an ONF! (Flaps to Close that Darn Hole) SA75 Christopher Snyder

1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p A Blight upon the Bladder: Treating the Uropathogens of Dogs & Cats SA55 Patricia Dowling

1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p The Pain-Free Payoff (The Dental Patient Edition) SA76 Christopher Snyder

CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY  PM

1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p From Principles to Practice: A CaseBased Approach to Treating AMR Infections SA56 Patricia Dowling 1 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p Clinic Scene Investigation: Infection Control in Your Clinic SA57 Patricia Dowling 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Optimizing Antimicrobial Therapy of Respiratory Tract Infections SA58 Patricia Dowling

CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY  PM MANDALAY BAY L, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Emma Gebhardt 1 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p Legal Drug Use in Food Animals for Small Animal Veterinarians SA366 Geoffrey Smith

DENTISTRY  PM SOUTH SEAS E, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Kim Neal

1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p How AAHA Dental Guidelines Can “GUIDE” You to Best Practices SA73 Christopher Snyder

DERMATOLOGY  AM REEF, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Kim Neal 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Diagnosing the Crusty &/or Scaly Cat SA94 Kimby Lo 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Doc, What Are These Bumps? SA95 Kimby Lo 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Diagnostic Approach to the Bald Dog SA96 Melissa Hall 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Itchy Kitties! How to Help Pruritic Cats SA97 Melissa Hall

DERMATOLOGY  PM REEF, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Doug Yanik 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Rational Antibiotic Use for Canine Pyoderma SA98 Melissa Hall

1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Become Friends with Your Microscope for Success in Derm Cases SA99 Melissa Hall 1 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p Monoclonal Antibody Therapy in Veterinary Dermatology SA100 Melissa Hall

EMERGENCY & CRITICAL CARE  AM OCEANSIDE B, LEVEL 2 Moderator: G. Sierra Schneider 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Confronting Sepsis: A Strategic Approach SA124 Nyssa Levy 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Practical Pressor Choices SA125 Nyssa Levy 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Don't Forget to Breathe: How to Approach Common Respiratory Emergencies SA126 Nyssa Levy 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p All Bleeding Stops Eventually: Approach to Hemoperitoneum Cases SA127 Nyssa Levy

EMERGENCY & CRITICAL CARE  PM OCEANSIDE B, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Mary Ann Vande Linde 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Nutrition in Critical Care SA128 Nyssa Levy 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p A-Z ICU Patient Management SA129 Nyssa Levy

Must See.

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SMALL ANIMAL ENDOCRINOLOGY  AM SOUTH SEAS H, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Michael Piontkowski 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Monitoring Cushingoid Dogs on Trilostane: What's New? SA136 Patty Lathan 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Practical Tips for Diagnosing and Treating Adrenal Disease SA137 Patty Lathan

ENDOCRINOLOGY  PM SOUTH SEAS H, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Michael Piontkowski 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Update on Monitoring Patients with Diabetes Mellitus SA138 Patty Lathan 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Revisiting Hypothyroidism SA139 Patty Lathan

GASTROENTEROLOGY  PM MANDALAY BAY L, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Emma Gebhardt 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Update on Feline Liver Disease SA174 David Twedt 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Four Common Liver Conditions You Likely Did Not Learn About In Vet School SA175 David Twedt

1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Rib Tumors, Cranial Mediastinal Masses & The Way to Figure Out What Is Causing the Pleural Fluid on Thoracic Radiographs SA211 Maria Evola 1 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p Cases Part 1: Emergency Imaging Musculoskeletal & Thoracic SA212 Maria Evola

FEBRUARY 20

1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Chinese Medicine Treatment of Seizures SA227 Signe Beebe 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Treatment of Immune-mediated Disorders with Chinese Medicine I SA228 Signe Beebe

1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Cases Part 2: Imaging of the Abdomen SA213 Maria Evola

1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Treatment of Immune-mediated Disorders with Chinese Medicine II SA229 Signe Beebe

INFECTIOUS DISEASE  AM

INTEGRATIVE MEDICINE  PM

MANDALAY BAY L, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Richard Edling

SOUTH SEAS F, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Christina Barbier

1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Update on Antimicrobial Use Guidelines for Urinary Tract Infections in Dogs & Cats SA214 Jane Sykes

1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p TCM Approach to Renal & Urinary Disorders I SA222 Michelle Schraeder

1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Canine Leptospirosis in a New Era of DIagnosis & Prevention SA215 Jane Sykes 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Frustrating Fungal Infections: Diagnosis & Treatment SA216 Jane Sykes 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Feline Viral Infections: Bite Sized Updates SA217 Jane Sykes

IMAGING-RADIOLOGY  PM

INTEGRATIVE MEDICINE  AM

SOUTH SEAS B, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Michele Rash

SOUTH SEAS F, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Christina Barbier

1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Thoracic Radiographs: Not as Simple as They Seem SA210 Maria Evola

1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Treatment of Pancreatitis With Chinese Medicine SA226 Signe Beebe

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1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p TCM Approach to Renal & Urinary Disorders II SA223 Michelle Schraeder 1 CE Hour 4:00-4:40p TCM Herbal Formulas for Urological Disorders SA224 Michelle Schraeder 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Neuro-acupuncture Approach to Urological Disorders SA225 Michelle Schraeder


SMALL ANIMAL INTERNAL MEDICINE  AM INDUSTRY BREAKFAST SEMINAR

EXHIBIT HALL THEATER B, LEVEL 1 Moderator: TBA 1 CE Hour 9:30-10:20a Wellness Screening in Your Practice: It's What Your Patients Deserve IS14 Richard Goldstein

FEBRUARY 20 1 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p Of Cats & Bladders: Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease SA244 Joe Bartges 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Surgery & The Urethra SA245 Mandy Wallace

1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Acute Blindness: A Case-based Approach SA281 Terah Webb

NUTRITION  AM INDUSTRY BREAKFAST SEMINAR

MANDALAY BAY J, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Debra Nickelson

EXHIBIT HALL THEATER A, LEVEL 1 Moderator: Jessica Larson

1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Urine Pain: Struvite, Urate & Cystine Urolithiasis SA238 Joe Bartges

1 CE Hour 9:30-10:20a A Panel Discussion: Clinical Impact & Management of Canine Inappetence IS13 Craig Clifford, Natalie Marks, Stanley Marks

1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Leave No Stone Unturned: Surgical Management of Cystolithiasis SA240 Mandy Wallace 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Urine a Mess: Disorders of Micturition SA241 Joe Bartges

NEPHROLOGY/UROLOGY  PM MANDALAY BAY J, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Debra Nickelson 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Urine Agony; Urinary Tract Infections SA242 Joe Bartges 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Is There a Role for Surgery in Patients with UTI's? SA243 Mandy Wallace

PAIN MANAGEMENT  AM MANDALAY BAY B, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Julie Ebert

NEPHROLOGY/UROLOGY  AM

1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Urine Pain, Still: Calcium Oxalate Urolithiasis & Minimally Invasive Procedures SA239 Joe Bartges

1 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p So Much to Read, So Little Time: What's New in Veterinary Ophthalmology SA280 Terah Webb

OPHTHALMOLOGY  AM MANDALAY BAY D, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Amy Mason 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Dry Eye: It's Not About the Schirmer Tear Test SA276 Terah Webb 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p When the Pressure Is On: Glaucoma SA277 Terah Webb

1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Focus on Felines: Acute & Chronic Pain Management in the Cat SA290 Mark Epstein 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Local Anesthesia: Why to Get Started & How to Do It I SA291 Mark Epstein 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Local Anesthesia: Why to Get Started & How to Do It II SA292 Mark Epstein 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Those "Other" Pain Drugs 1: Fact/ Fiction, Updates, Practice Tips, Oral Meds I SA293 Mark Epstein

PAIN MANAGEMENT  PM MANDALAY BAY B, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Julie Ebert

OPHTHALMOLOGY  PM

1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Those "Other" Pain Drugs 2: Fact/ Fiction, Updates, Practice Tips, Oral Meds II SA294 Mark Epstein

MANDALAY BAY D, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Amy Mason 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Ocular Emergencies 101 SA278 Terah Webb 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p The Young & Restless: Ocular Exam Techniques & Diseases of Juvenile & Geriatric Patients SA279 Terah Webb Must See.

1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Those "Other" Pain Drugs 3: Fact/ Fiction, Updates, Practice Tips, injectable Meds SA295 Mark Epstein

Breakfast included with session.

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SMALL ANIMAL PAIN MANAGEMENT  PM INDUSTRY LUNCH SEMINAR

EXHIBIT HALL THEATER A, LEVEL 1 Moderator: Jeff Wells

SURGERY-GENERAL  PM

SOUTH SEAS D, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Kimberly Franco

SOUTH SEAS J, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Terry Beebe

1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Thoracic Trauma SA312 Elizabeth Rozanski

1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Advanced Closure Techniques for Challenging Wounds SA342 Chris Gauthier

1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Blown Away by Innovations in Oxygen Therapy SA313 Chrissie Rutter

RESPIRATORY  AM

1 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p Inhalation Therapy: Sounds Cool, but Is It for My Patients? SA314 Chrissie Rutter

1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Hospital Acquired Respiratory Disease SA308 Gareth Buckley 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a But the Lungs Were Fine Before SA309 Gareth Buckley 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Pulmonary Hypertension & Fibrosis: More Common Than We Think! SA310 Elizabeth Rozanski 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Keeping Cool When Your Patients Feel The Burn: Managing Burns & Smoke Inhalation SA311 Chrissie Rutter

1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Respiratory Procedures Every Nonsurgeon Should Know! SA315 Elizabeth Rozanski

SURGERY-GENERAL  AM SOUTH SEAS J, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Terry Beebe 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Chronic Vaginitis & Incontinence: Can Surgery Help? & Oronasal Fistula Repair SA338 Howard Seim 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Surgical Management of Abdominal Trauma SA339 Howard Seim 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a An Update on Laryngeal Paralysis SA340 Chris Gauthier 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Current Techniques in Open Wound Management SA341 Chris Gauthier

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Lunch included with session.

FEBRUARY 20

RESPIRATORY  PM

1 CE Hour 12:45-1:35p Rethinking Canine Osteoarthritis IS15 Mark Epstein

SOUTH SEAS D, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Kimberly Franco

1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Cholecystectomy: Why, When, & How SA343 Chris Gauthier 1 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p The Laryngeal Exam: A Tour of the Anatomy & Examples of Common Conditions SA344 Chris Gauthier 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Feeding Tubes: Esophagostomy & Beyond SA345 Chris Gauthier

SURGERY-ORTHOPEDIC  AM LAGOON J, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Scott Amsel 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a What Is Veterinary Sports Medicine & The Injuries That Come Along With It SA354 David Dycus 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Osteoarthritis Management: Keep ‘em movin’ & Comfortable SA355 Brian Beale 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Regenerative Medicine in Orthopedics: What We Know, What We Do NOT Know, What Should We Know SA356 David Dycus 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Calcaneal Tendon Injuries: Managing the Achilles Heal SA357 Steven Petersen


SMALL ANIMAL

FEBRUARY 20

SURGERY-ORTHOPEDIC  PM

+UROLOGY  AM

LAGOON J, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Scott Amsel

SYMPOSIUM Urinary Heath, New & What You Need To Know II

1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p The Partial Cranial Cruciate Tear: How to Diagnose & How to Treat SA358 Kenneth Bruecker 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Improving Your Success with Extracapsular Stabilization (ECS) Techniques & Knowing When ECS Won’t be Successful SA359 Steven Petersen 1 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p Patella Luxation: It’s Not the Patella’s Fault! SA360 Kenneth Bruecker

SYMPOSIUM MANDALAY BAY D, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Nicole Westfall 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Urinalysis Revisited: Getting the Most Out of Liquid Gold S37A Dennis Chew 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a It's Tough Getting Old! What Else Can Go Wrong? S37B Heidi Lobprise

1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Tips & Tricks to Successful Patella Luxation Management SA361 Brian Beale

TOXICOLOGY  AM LAGOON H, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Rob Keene 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Nephrotoxicants: Grapes, Raisins, Lilies & Ethylene Glycol, Oh My! SA362 Justine Lee 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Hepatotoxicants: When You Need to Reach for the SAMe Stat! SA363 Justine Lee 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Top 5 Tips for Treating Your Poisoned Feline Patient SA364 Justine Lee 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p He Ate What? Tips on Managing Your Poisoned Canine Patient SA365 Justine Lee

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AVIAN & EXOTICS

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17

AVIAN  PM PALM D, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Herbert Little 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Avian Anesthesia & Analgesia EX01 Joerg Mayer 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Avian Non-infectious Diseases EX02 Joerg Mayer 1 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p Clinical Pathology Aspects of Avian Medicine EX03 Joerg Mayer 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p A Very Interactive Avian Case Discussion (Avian CSI, Case I): Audience Participation Encouraged EX04 Joerg Mayer

PORCINE  AM PALM D, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Herbert Little 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Mini Pig Basics I: Behavior, Handling, Husbandry, Restraint EX17 Kristie Mozzachio 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Mini Pig Basics II: Routines Care - Hoof/ Tusk Trim, Spay/Neuter, Vaccination, Venipuncture EX18 Kristie Mozzachio

PORCINE  PM PALM B, LEVEL 3 Moderator: David Demery 1 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p Mini Pig Anesthesia, Pain Management & Euthanasia EX19 Kristie Mozzachio

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1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Mini Pig Maladies & Common Disease Presentations EX20 Kristie Mozzachio

SMALL RUMINANT  AM JASMINE E, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Michael Pedersen 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Update on Parasite Control for Camelids EX36 Allen Cannedy 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Health Care for the Geriatric Camelid EX37 Allen Cannedy

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18

AVIAN  PM PALM D, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Gerald Flottmann 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Avian Reproductive Disease: Don't be Bedeviled by Egg Layers EX39 Eric Klaphake 1 CE Hour 6:00-6:50p Common Avian Emergencies: Broken Blood Feathers to Ataxic & Gasping Parrots EX40 Eric Klaphake

REPTILE  PM PALM D, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Gerald Flottmann 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Understanding UV Light in Reptiles & Amphibians: Illuminating a Dark & Confusing Topic EX23 Eric Klaphake

1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Reptile Anesthesia & Analgesia: The Latest, Greatest, & Evidence-based, but Still Practical EX24 Eric Klaphake

SMALL MAMMAL  AM PALM D, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Gerald Flottmann 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Analgesia & Anesthesia in Rabbits & Rodents EX26 Joerg Mayer 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Rabbit & Ferret Emergency Medicine EX27 Joerg Mayer 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Workup & Update of Adrenal Disease in Ferrets EX28 Joerg Mayer 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Insulinoma in Ferrets EX29 Joerg Mayer

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19

AVIAN  AM PALM C, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Constante Tinaza 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Avian Cardiology Disease States EX06 Brenna Fitzgerald 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Avian Cardiology: Diagnostic & Therapeutic Options EX05 Brenna Fitzgerald 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Fundamental Diagnostic & Therapeutic Considerations for Backyard Chickens EX09 Brenna Fitzgerald


AVIAN & EXOTICS

FEBRUARY 17–20

1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Backyard Chickens: External & Internal Parasites EX08 Brenna Fitzgerald

1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p GI Stasis for Small Animal Practitioner EX32 Daniel Johnson

FISH  AM

1 CE Hour 6:00-6:50p Acquired Dental Disease in Rabbits EX33 Daniel Johnson

PALM D, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Martin Mathis 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Common Diseases of Ornamental Fishes EX12 Greg Lewbart 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Chemotherapeutics for Ornamental Fishes EX13 Greg Lewbart

HONEY BEE  AM HANDS-ON LAB OFF SITE LOCATION  4 CE Hours 7:30-11:30a Live Bee Hive Laboratory HO03 Jeffrey Applegate, Terry Ryan Kane

REPTILE  AM PALM D, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Martin Mathis 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Emergency Stabilization of Reptile & Amphibian Patients EX21 Greg Lewbart 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Turtle Medicine & Surgery EX22 Greg Lewbart

SMALL MAMMAL  PM PALM D, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Martin Mathis 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p How to Intubate Almost Any Exotic Companion Mammal EX30 Daniel Johnson 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Sugar Glider Medicine & Disease Management EX31 Daniel Johnson

ZOO  AM SURF E, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Edward Kanara 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Exotic Carnivore Medicine: Veterinary Care for Furry Friends & sharp Teeth EX41 Eric Klaphake 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a New World Non-human Primate Medicine & Nutrition: Important Monkey Business EX42 Eric Klaphake

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20

HONEY BEE  PM PALM D, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Michael Pedersen 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Honey Bee Diseases & Treatments EX15 Terry Ryan Kane 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p The Role of the Veterinarian in Honey Bee Health & Management EX16 Terry Ryan Kane

SMALL MAMMAL  AM PALM D, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Michael Pedersen 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Incorporating Exotics into Your Dog & Cat Practice EX34 Daniel Johnson 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a How to Handle a Veterinary Board Complaint: Exotics EX35 Daniel Johnson

SMALL MAMMAL  AM

AVIAN  AM

PALM B, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Constante Tinaza

PALM B, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Constante Tinaza 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Ingluvial Disease: What to Do with the Sour Crop EX07 Brenna Fitzgerald 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Introduction to Waterfowl Medicine EX10 Brenna Fitzgerald 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Radiology of Avian & Other Nonmammmalian Exotic Animals EX11 Maria Evola

1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Small Mammal Radiology: Normal vs Pathology EX25 Maria Evola

WILDLIFE  AM PALM D, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Michael Pedersen 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Galápagos Wildlife Health & Conservation Projects EX38 Greg Lewbart

HONEY BEE  AM PALM D, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Michael Pedersen 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p The Biology & Physiology of Honey Bees EX14 Terry Ryan Kane Must See.

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HANDS-ON LABS View course schedule at wvc.org/ce

ACADEMY COURSES AT THE OQUENDO CENTER Learn and practice the latest medical techniques with guidance from the most in-demand instructors at the state-of-the-art Oquendo Center, located in Las Vegas, NV, only minutes from the world-famous Strip. WVC offers a variety of courses throughout the year tailored to your needs and ability. Come learn a new skill you can use in your practice immediately. Date(s)

2019 Courses

Lead Instructor

Date(s)

2019 Courses

Lead Instructor

Mar 7-9 Aug 18-20

Advanced Spinal Surgery I & II

Dr. Kraus

Jun 7-9

Advanced Tibial Plateau Leveling Osteotomy

Mar 10-11 Aug 12-13

Basic Abdominal Ultrasound

Dr. Pease

Jun 24-26 Sep 30-Oct 2

Veterinary Technician Symposium

Advanced Soft Tissue Surgery

Dr. Mayhew

Jun 28-29

Core Surgery for the Small Animal General Practitioner

Dr. Waldron

Comprehensive Small Animal Dentistry

Dr. Niemiec

Jun 29-Jul 1

Correction of Limb Deformity

Dr. Beale

Intermediate Abdominal Ultrasound

Dr. Pease

Jul 14-17 Oct 20-23

Flexible & Rigid Endoscopy

Dr. Tams

Jul 24-26 Sep 22-24

Advanced Fracture Repair

Dr. Beale

Aug 1-3

Stifle Surgery in Dogs and Cats

Dr. Beale

Aug 11-13

Double Down Dentistry

Dr. Mitchell

Sep 7-8

Surgical Oncology for the General Practitioner

Dr. Cesario

Mar 17-19 Sep 8-10 Mar 24-26 May 20-22 Jul 21-23 Apr 1-3 Nov 24-26 Apr 14-16 Jun 21-23 Oct 13-15 Nov 17-19 Apr 17-18 Apr 28-29 Sep 20-21 May 14-16 Jul 21-23 Oct 27-29 May 23-25 Dec 5-7

Dr. Beale

Practical Techniques in Soft Tissue and Orthopedic Surgery

Dr. Seim

Advanced Soft Tissue Surgery

Dr. Seim

Top Ten Surgical Procedures

Dr. Waldron

Principles of Fracture Repair

Dr. Beale

Dec 1-3

Tibial Plateau Leveling Osteotomy

Dr. Beale

Advanced Abdominal Ultrasound

Dr. Pease

Dec 8-9

Advanced Surgical Oncology

Dr. Simpson

Courses as of January 28, 2019 | Course Schedule is subject to change.| Visit wvc.org for the full and current schedule.

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EQUINE

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17 DERMATOLOGY  AM PALM C, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Rochen Heers

1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a What Is New in the Diagnosis & Treatment of Equine Nodular Diseases EQ06 Anthony Yu 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p What Is New in the Diagnosis & Treatment of Equine Allergic Diseases EQ07 Anthony Yu

DERMATOLOGY  PM JASMINE E, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Thomas Hartgrove 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p What Is New in the Diagnosis & Treatment of Equine Infectious Disease EQ08 Anthony Yu 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p What Is New in the Diagnosis & Treatment of Equine Immune-mediated Skin Disease EQ09 Anthony Yu

IMAGING-ULTRASOUND/ RESPIRATORY  PM JASMINE E, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Thomas Hartgrove 1 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p Tips, Tricks & Tools for FLASH Abdominal Ultrasound EQ24 Michelle Coleman

1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Rhodococcus equi Pneumonia: Controversies in Control & Prevention EQ25 Michelle Coleman

INFECTIOUS DISEASE/ NUTRITION  AM PALM B, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Thomas Hartgrove 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Equine Herpes Virus Myeloencephalitis EQ22 Michelle Coleman 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Feeding the Special Needs Horse EQ23 Michelle Coleman

GASTROENTEROLOGY/ RESPIRATORY/SURGERYGENERAL  PM PALM C, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Rochen Heers 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Managing the Chronic Non-healing Wound in the Horse EQ26 Canaan Whitfield-Cargile 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Triage of Equine Wounds by Location EQ27 Canaan Whitfield-Cargile 1 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p Overview of Common Upper Respiratory Conditions of Horses EQ28 Canaan Whitfield-Cargile 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Update on Role of Equine Microbiota (Gut Bacteria) in Health & Disease EQ29 Canaan Whitfield-Cargile

LAMENESS  AM/PM HANDS-ON LAB OQUENDO CENTER, BARN

8 CE Hours 7:30-4:30p Equine Lameness Lab Kent Allen, Jean-Marie Denoix, Mike Hoge, Jessica Morgan, Russ Peterson, Kurt Selberg

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18 CARDIOLOGY/INTERNAL MEDICINE/RESPIRATORY/ TOXICOLOGY  PM PALM B, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Jerry Billquist 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Strangles: Diagnosis, Treatment & Prevention EQ38 Todd Holbrook 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Cardiac Murmurs in Horses: What the Ambulatory Practitioner Needs to Know EQ39 Todd Holbrook 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Cantharidin Toxicosis in Horses: Review & Current Treatment Recommendations EQ40 Todd Holbrook 1 CE Hour 6:00-6:50p Equine Medicine Case Presentations EQ41 Todd Holbrook

Pre-registration required

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EQUINE INTERNAL MEDICINE/ NEUROLOGY/PARASITOLOGY/ PREVENTIVE MEDICINE  AM PALM B, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Jerry Billquist 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Current Recommendations in Preventative Care EQ34 Joseph Bertone 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a The Tragedy & The Comedy of EPM Diagnosis EQ35 Joseph Bertone 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Fever of Unknown Origin EQ36 Joseph Bertone 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Neuroanatomic Diagnosis EQ37 Joseph Bertone

IMAGING/LAMENESS/ PRE PURCHASE  AM PALM C, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Kathy Backus 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Equine Back Pain: Radiographic & Ultrasonographic Diagnosis, Treatment & Expected Outcomes EQ30 Kent Allen 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Hind Limb Proximal Suspensory Desmitis in the Horse: Diagnosis, Treatment & Outcomes EQ31 Kent Allen 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a The Pre-purchase Exam: How to Reconcile the Physical Exam & Imaging & Client Expectations EQ32 Kent Allen 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Power Hour: Interesting Imaging Case Presentations EQ33P Kent Allen, Jean-Marie Denoix, Kurt Selberg

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Pre-registration required

LAMENESS  PM PALM C, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Kathy Backus 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Equine Foot Problems: Imaging Diagnosis, Treatment & Shoeing Expected Outcomes EQ18 Jean-Marie Denoix 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Equine Shoulder Problems: Imaging Diagnosis, Treatment & Shoeing Expected Outcomes EQ19 Jean-Marie Denoix 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Equine Stifle Diseases: Radiographic & Ultrasonographic Diagnosis, Treatment & Expected Outcomes EQ20 Jean-Marie Denoix 1 CE Hour 6:00-6:50p Equine Pelvis Problems: Clinical & Ultrasonographic Diagnosis, Treatment & Expected Outcomes EQ21 Jean-Marie Denoix

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19

FEBRUARY 18-19 1 CE Hour 6:00-6:50p Systemic Pain Therapy in the Horse EQ04 John Hubbell

+DENTISTRY  AM SYMPOSIUM Equine Intra-oral DR: New Innovations

SOUTH SEAS J, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Ajay Srivastava 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Why Every Practitioner Should be Providing Equine Dental Radiology Services S30A Jon Gieche 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Any Practitioner Can Use/Perform Intra-Oral Radiology in the Equine Patient! What's New in Intra-Oral Techniques S30B Jon Gieche HANDS-ON LAB OQUENDO CENTER, BARN

ANESTHESIA/PAIN MANAGEMENT  PM PALM C, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Ann Bastian 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Standing Chemical Restraint of the Horse EQ01 John Hubbell 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Intravenous Anesthesia of the Horse EQ02 John Hubbell 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Local Anesthetic Blocks for Equine Surgery EQ03 John Hubbell

Power Hour

Must See.

4 CE Hours 1:30-5:30p Equine Lameness Lab Kent Allen, Jean-Marie Denoix, Mike Hoge, Jessica Morgan, Russ Peterson, Kurt Selberg

GASTROENTEROLOGY  PM PALM B, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Nancy Leverenz 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Power Hour: A Case-based Approach to Equine Medicine EQ14P Jamie Kopper, Peter Morresey 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Probiotics: What Is the Evidence? EQ15 Jamie Kopper


EQUINE

FEBRUARY 19-20

1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Inflammatory Bowel Disease EQ16 Jamie Kopper 1 CE Hour 6:00-6:50p Gastric Ulcers: Making the Most of Your Diagnostics & Treatment EQ17 Jamie Kopper

INFECTIOUS DISEASE/ INTERNAL MEDICINE/ NEUROLOGY/PEDIATRICS  AM PALM B, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Nancy Leverenz 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a The Peripartum Mare & Neonatal Foal: Pointers for Generalists EQ42 Peter Morresey 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Neonatal & Juvenile Foals: Infectious Disease Challenges EQ43 Peter Morresey 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Neurology in the Field: Common Presentations, Differentials & Management EQ44 Peter Morresey 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Chronic Ill Thrift: What to Look For, What to Do EQ45 Peter Morresey

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20 ENDOCRINOLOGY/ NEPHROLOGY/UROLOGY  PM PALM C, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Edward Holton

1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Pituitary Pars Intermedia Dysfunction (PPID): Practical Long-term Management of Affected Equids EQ11 Harold Schott 1 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p Acute Kidney Injury (AKI) & Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD): Do Horses Get Renal Disease? EQ12 Harold Schott 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Red Urine: Some Problems You May Have Never Seen! EQ13 Harold Schott

INTERNAL MEDICINE/ OPHTHALMOLOGY/ PAIN MANAGEMENT/ RESPIRATORY  AM PALM C, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Edward Holton 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Ocular Manifestations of Systemic Disease EQ46 Chris Sanchez 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Power Hour: A Case-based Approach to Equine Pain Management EQ05P John Hubbell, Chris Sanchez 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Pneumonia, Asthma, or Both: How Do You Tell? EQ47 Chris Sanchez 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Medicine News Hour: Top 10 New Papers in Equine Medicine EQ48 Chris Sanchez

1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Pituitary Pars Intermedia Dysfunction (PPID): Should I Test/Should I Treat? EQ10 Harold Schott

Must See.

Power Hour

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FOOD ANIMAL

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17 COW-CALF  AM PALM A, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Thomas Furman

1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Herd Health Programs: Much More Than Vaccinations I FA13 Christine Navarre 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Herd Health Programs: Much More Than Vaccinations II FA14 Christine Navarre

COW-CALF  PM PALM A, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Thomas Furman 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p An Update on Technology for Veterinarians & Producers to Improve Beef Cattle Health & Performance FA17 Daniel Thomson

COW-CALF  PM

DAIRY  PM

PALM B, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Tessa Kronbetter

JASMINE E, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Susan McCartney

1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Best Management Practices for Parasite Control in Beef Cattle: Thinking Beyond Dewormers FA15 Christine Navarre

1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Transition Cow Management: The Good & Bad FA29 Scott Poock

1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Getting Beef Cattle Producers Disaster Ready FA16 Christine Navarre

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18 BOVINE-GENERAL  AM PALM A, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Susan McCartney 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a EHD Seroprevalence in Texas Beef Cattle FA09 Thomas Hairgrove

1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Managing Calves: The First 30 Days on Feed FA18 Daniel Thomson

1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Bovine Trichomoniasis Control Programs in Texas FA10 Thomas Hairgrove

1 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p Applied Nutrition for Beef Cattle: Beyond Ration Balancing FA19 Daniel Thomson

1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Review of Study to Determine Seroprevalence & Spatial Distribution of Bovine Anaplasmosis in Texas & The Role of the Winter Tick in Transmission FA11 Thomas Hairgrove

1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Cattle Working Facilities & Cattle Behavior FA20 Daniel Thomson

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Must See.

1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Cerebellar Abiotrophy: A Case Study FA12 Thomas Hairgrove

1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Transition Cow Management: What Is New? FA30 Scott Poock 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Reproduction on the Dairy: The Good & Bad FA31 Scott Poock 1 CE Hour 6:00-6:50p Reproduction on the Dairy: What Is New? FA32 Scott Poock

SMALL RUMINANT  AM JASMINE E, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Cindy Backus 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Ram Breeding Soundness Examinations (RBSE) FA45P Cleon Kimberling, Geri Parsons 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Economic Justification of RBSE FA46P Cleon Kimberling, Geri Parsons 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Ewe & Lamb Management FA47P Cleon Kimberling, Geri Parsons 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Ovine Progressive Pneumonia/RFID FA48P Cleon Kimberling, Geri Parsons


FOOD ANIMAL

FEBRUARY 17-20

SMALL RUMINANT  PM

DAIRY  AM

THERIOGENOLOGY  PM

PALM A, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Cindy Backus

JASMINE E, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Gary Keffer

JASMINE E, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Gary Keffer

1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Range Fire Injuries in Ruminants: Triage of Injured Animals FA49 Steven Parish

1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Fresh Cow Management & Developing Value Added Actions with Dairy Clients FA33 Earl Aalseth

1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Approach to Intersex Cases in Livestock FA57 Brett McNabb

1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Respiratory Distress in Adult Beef Cattle FA50 Steven Parish 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Red Urine in Ruminants FA51 Steven Parish 1 CE Hour 6:00-6:50p Acute Anemia in Adult Ruminants FA52 Steven Parish

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19 COW-CALF  PM PALM A, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Jerry Woodruff 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Clinical Indicators of Acidemia & Other Abnormal Blood Parameters in Newborn Beef Calves FA25 Elizabeth Homerosky 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Assessment & Impacts of Newborn Beef Calf Vigor FA26 Elizabeth Homerosky 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Neonatal Beef Calf Diarrhea: How to Prevent $h!t from Hitting the Fan FA27 Elizabeth Homerosky 1 CE Hour 6:00-6:50p You Are What You Eat: Cow-Calf Mineral-related Disease Outbreaks FA28 Elizabeth Homerosky

1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Management of Udder Health FA34 Earl Aalseth 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Intervention of Management in Reproduction FA35 Earl Aalseth 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Consulting in International Dairies: China FA36 Earl Aalseth

1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Update on Bovine Trichomonosis FA58 Brett McNabb 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Sheep Case Discussions I FA59 Brett McNabb 1 CE Hour 6:00-6:50p Beef Case Discussions FA60 Brett McNabb

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20

SMALL RUMINANT  AM

BOVINE-GENERAL  PM

Palm A, Level 3 Moderator: Jerry Woodruff

PALM A, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Shannon Weber

1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Treatment & Prevention of Pregnancy Toxemia in Sheep & Goats FA53 Joan Bowen

1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Moving Beyond Bugs & Drugs: Why Cattle Get Sick in an Era of Technology FA05 Brian Vander Ley

1 CE Hour 8:30-9:30a Achieving Vaginal Deliveries for Difficult Sheep & Goat Dystocias FA54 Joan Bowen 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Neonatal Lamb & Kid Care FA55 Joan Bowen 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Surprising Diagnoses Revealed at Necropsy FA56 Joan Bowen

1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Biological Risk Management for Cattle Producers FA06 Brian Vander Ley 1 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p Maximizing Immunity in Cattle FA07 Brian Vander Ley 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Practical Tools to Measure & Manage Cattle Health FA08 Brian Vander Ley

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FOOD ANIMAL COW-CALF  AM

FEEDLOT/STOCKER  PM

JASMINE E, LEVEL 3 Moderator: B. Joe Dedrickson

PALM B, LEVEL 3 Moderator: B. Joe Dedrickson

1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Nutritional Diseases of Calves FA21 Geoffrey Smith

1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Day-to-Day Animal Wellbeing & Welfare in the Feedyard FA42P Michelle Calvo Lorenzo, Tom Portillo

1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Septicemia & Meningitis of Calves FA22 Geoffrey Smith 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Managing Cryptosporidiosis in Calves FA23 Geoffrey Smith 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Common Myths in Treating Calf Diarrhea FA24 Geoffrey Smith

COW-CALF  AM PALM A, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Shannon Weber 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Comparison of Winter Supplements in Beef Cows During Late Gestation FA44 Robert Sager

DAIRY  AM PALM A, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Shannon Weber 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Mycoplasma: What Do We Know? FA37 Stephen Foulke 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:30a Jumping to Conclusions: Critical Reading of Papers FA38 Stephen Foulke 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Endotoxins vs Exotoxins FA43 Stephen Foulke

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1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Excel at Pen Riding to Identify Sick Cattle FA40 Tom Portillo 1 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p Feedlot Case Identification at Necropsy FA39P Tom Portillo, Robert Smith 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Feedlot Digestion Issues FA41 Tom Portillo

FEBRUARY 20


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SYMPOSIA FREE AND INFORMATIVE Symposia provide a focused and themed approach to CE offerings for conference participants. Topics and speakers are cutting-edge, selected by sponsoring companies, and are approved by AAVSB RACE for CE credits. Look for 2019 Symposia highlighted by a "+" throughout the Scientific Sessions on pages 37–112. Advance registration/tickets are not required.

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Location

Session #

Speaker(s)

Mandalay Bay I, Level 2

S38

Laura Howard Strong, Carrie Jurney, Barry Kipperman

10:30a-12:20p

Oceanside D, Level 2

S36

Julie Byron, Jody Lulich

AAHA Infection Control, Biosecurity & Prevention Guidelines Symposium

2:00-4:50p

Mandalay Bay I, Level 2

S25

Amy Johnson, Jason Stull

Innovative Solutions Symposium

2:00-5:50p

Oceanside B, Level 2

S05

Tamara Grubb, Chad Johannes, Stanley Marks, Sheilah Robertson

Purina® Pro Plan® Veterinary Diets Symposium

2:00-5:50p

Oceanside D, Level 2

S09

Marty Becker, Michael Lappin, Ragen McGowan, Jan Suchodolski

Quality Anesthesia Symposium

2:00-5:50p

Oceanside C, Level 2

S13

Lorna Lambert, Nora Matthews, Jo Ann Morrison

AAHA Healthy Workplace Culture Initiative Symposium

7:30a-12:20p

Mandalay Bay D, Level 2

S27

Randy Hall

Anesthesia & Analgesia: Current & Future

7:30a-12:20p

Oceanside C, Level 2

S01

Steven Budsberg, Tamara Grugg, Ralph Harvey, Mark Papich, Andre Shih, Christopher Smith

Emerging Vector-borne & Zoonotic Disease Symposium

7:30a-12:20p & 2:00-6:50p

Oceanside D, Level 2

S16

Adam Birkenheuer, Frederic David, Richard Ford, Brian Herrin, Stephen Jones, Micheal Lappin, George Moore, Karen Snowden, Jane Sykes

Idexx Diagnostic Innovations for Improved Patient Care

7:30a-12:20p

Oceanside B, Level 2

S20

Graham Bilbrough, Dennis DeNicola, Michael Dryden, Jennifer Ogeer

Reduce Pain & Improve Mobility Symposium

7:30a-12:20p

Mandalay Bay L, Level 2

S29

Jeff Denny, John Godbold

Tackling Today's Veterinary Dermatology Challenges

7:30a-12:20p

Mandalay Bay J, Level 2

S04

Karin Beale, Ashley Bourgeois, Marcus Brown, Alison Diesel

Technician Parasitology Track

7:30a-12:20p

South Seas D, Level 3

S19

Kara Burns, Janet McConnell, Beckie Mossor, Rebecca Rose

What's New in Feline Medicine?

7:30a-12:20p

Lagoon G, Level 2

S35

Sue Ettinger, Sonya Gordon, Simon Platt, Adam Rudinsky

Health & Wellbeing Symposium

2:00-5:50p

Oceanside C, Level 2

S14

Sandra Berberian, Cristin Connor, Abbie Hathaway, Scott Mogren

Idexx Skinny Cat Track

2:00-6:50p

Oceanside B, Level 2

S21

Jennifer Ogeer, William Saxon, J. Catharine Scott-Moncrieff

Managing GI Issues in Cats & Dogs

2:00-6:50p

Mandalay Bay L, Level 2

S28

Susan Little, Jennifer MacLeay, Stanley Marks, Jan Suchodolski

Nationwide's Annual Veterinary Trends

2:00-2:50p

Mandalay Bay J, Level 2

S08

Kerry O'Hara

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17 Moral Stress in the Veterinary Profession 10:30a-12:20p Urinary Heath, New & What You Need to Know I

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18

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SYMPOSIA Title

Time

Location

Session #

Speaker(s)

Sponsor

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18 (CONTINUED) The Future of Animal Welfare

3:00-3:50p

Lagoon J, Level 2

S24

Roger Haston

Models for Veterinary Care in Low Income Communities

5:00-5:50p

Lagoon J, Level 2

S34

David Haworth

Success Leaves Clues: Opportunities in Practice Ownership

5:00-6:50p

Mandalay Bay J, Level 2

S23

Jessica Trichel, Sarita Vora

Infectious Disease: Small Animal

6:00-6:50p

Oceanside C, Level 2

S32

Richard Ford

Client Engagement & Clinic Marketing Symposium

7:30a-12:20p

Oceanside D, Level 2

S17

Amanda Donnelly, Tracy Dowdy, Eric Garcia, Michael Huber

Equine Intra-oral DR: New Innovations

7:30-9:20a

South Seas J, Level 3

S30

Jon Gieche

IVAPM Pain Management Symposium for Veterinarians

7:30a-12:20p

Oceanside C, Level 2

S06

Mark Epstein

IVAPM Pain Management Symposium -Technician Series

7:30a-12:20p & 2:00-6:50p

South Seas D, Level 3

S07

Kristen Cooley, Stephen Cital

Infectious Disease Symposium

7:30a-12:20p

Oceanside B, Level 2

S02

Steven Carey, Michael Day, Richard Goldstein, George Moore

Innovation for Cats

7:30a-12:20p

Mandalay Bay J, Level 2

S03

Alison Diesel, Richard Goldstein, Margaret Gruen, Gary Norsworthy

Merck Animal Health Symposium

7:30a-12:20p & 2:00-3:50p

Mandalay Bay D, Level 2

S15

Jenifer Chatfield, Susan Little, Dan Markwalder, Andy Roard, Scott Stevenson, Elizabeth Strand

The First Ever: Diabetic Games!

10:30a-12:20p

Mandalay Bay I, Level 2

S26

Rachel Poulin

Idexx Preventive Care

2:00-6:50p

Oceanside B, Level 2

S22

Graham Bilbrough, Meryl Littman, Fred Metzger, Jennifer Ogeer

Practice Ownership Symposium

2:00-3:50p

Mandalay Bay J, Level 2

S12

Alexandra Iosif, Mariza Martinez

Integrating Supplements

2:00-6:50p

Oceanside C, Level 2

S10

Sherman Canapp, Christopher Pachel, Jan Suchodolski, Tracy Webb

New Therapeutic Approaches to Chronic Care Symposium

2:00-6:50p

Oceanside D, Level 2

S18

Audra Fenimore, Bianca Lourenco, Bryan Torres, Shelly Vaden

Boarding in Your Vet Practice & Facility Flooring

5:00-6:50p

Lagoon J, Level 2

S11

Jeff Adney, Greg Taylor

7:30-9:20a

Mandalay Bay D, Level 2

S37

Dennis Chew, Heidi Lobprise

7:30a-12:20p

Oceanside D, Level 2

S31

Monique Feyrecilde, Melissa Hall, Brittany Lancellotti

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20 Urinary Heath, New & What You Need to Know II Behavior & Dermatology Seminar

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DrMedVet, PhD, AGAF, DACVM

PhD

New Approaches to Diagnosis and Therapy of Intestinal Microbiota Dysbiosis

The Gut-Brain Axis and Those ‘Gut Feelings’: Impact of BL999 (Bifidobacterium longum) on Anxious Dogs

3:00 – 3:50 pm

Michael R. Lappin, DVM, PhD, DACVIM

Effects of Probiotics on the GI Microbiome and Immune System of Dogs and Cats

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5:00 – 5:50 pm

Marty Becker, DVM

Practice Fearlessly by Implementing Proven Fear Free Protocols Into Practice: Do Well, by Doing Good! SM


SYMPOSIA

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Urinalysis Revisited: Getting the Most Out of Liquid Gold Dennis Chew, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM)

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Join Aratana for these educational sessions on the latest therapeutic approaches SUNDAY

2:00

12:00 PM

2:50 3:00

INNOVATIVE THERAPEUTIC SOLUTIONS SYMPOSIUM 12:00 PM

2:00 2:50 9:00 AM

VISIT BOOTH

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Oceanside B, Level 2

FEBRUARY 17, 2019 3:50 4:00

4:00

4:50 5:00

5:50 PM

4:50 PM

Evolving the Clinical Approach to Management of Inappetence 9:30

AM Chad 10:20 Johannes, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM & Oncology)

3:00 3:50

Impact & Management Strategies for Inappetence

4:00 4:50

Local Anesthetics: Stop Pain in its Tracks

5:00 5:50

Paws for Thought – New Approaches to Assessing and Treating Feline Pain

Stanley Marks, BVSc, PhD, DACVIM (SAIM, Oncology), DACVN

Tamara Grubb, DVM, PhD, DACVAA

Sheilah Robertson, BVM&S (Hons), PhD, DECVAA, DACAW, DECAWBM (WSEL), CVA, MRCVS 2:00

12:00 PM

MONDAY Delivering safe and effective therapeutics that elevate the standard of care in veterinary medicine.

2:50 3:00

FEBRUARY 18, 2019

3:50 4:00

5:50 PM

Exhibit Hall Theater A, Level 1 4:00

12:00 PM

4:50 5:00

4:50 PM

INDUSTRY PM BREAK 9:00 AM

9:30

10:20 AM

Causes, Cases & Management of Inappetence: Therapeutic 2:00 2:50 3:00 3:50 4:00 4:50 5:00 5:50 PM Options

4:00 4:50 12:00 PM

Joe Bartges, DVM, PhD, DACVIM (SAIM), DACVN 4:00

12:00 PM

WEDNESDAY 9:00 AM

9:30

FEBRUARY 20, 2019

4:50 PM

Exhibit Hall Theater A, Level 1

10:20 AM

INDUSTRY BREAKFAST 9:30 10:20

A Panel Discussion: Clinical Impact & Management of Canine Inappetence Stanley Marks, BVSc, PhD, DACVIM (SAIM, Oncology), DACVN Natalie Marks, DVM, CVJ Craig Clifford, DVM, MS, DACVIM (Oncology) Moderator: Jessica Larson, DVM, DACVIM

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WORKS.

Tuesday, February 19 | Mandalay Bay D, Level 2 7:30 – 8:20 AM The Big Five Personality: What We Know About DVMs and How You Can Get the Most from Yours Elizabeth B. Strand, MSSW, PhD 8:30 – 9:20 AM Feline Friendly Ticks (and How to Unfriend Them) Susan E. Little, DVM, PhD, DACVM (Parasitology) 10:30 – 11:20 AM From the Trenches: Practical Tips for Dealing with Ticks and Lyme Disease in Practice Scott Stevenson, DVM, MSc

Lunch Session

11:30 AM – 12:20 PM In the Spotlight: Influenza – When Bad Gets Worse Jenifer Chatfield, DVM, DACZM 2:00 – 2:50 PM 10 Steps to Building a Culture of Compliance I Andy Roark, DVM, MSc 3:00 – 3:50 PM 10 Steps to Building a Culture of Compliance II Andy Roark, DVM, MSc; Dan Markwalder, DVM

12:30 – 1:20 PM | Exhibit Hall Theater A, Level 1 Infectious Disease Control: Does Your Practice Meet the Standard? Melissa Bourgeois, DVM, PhD, DACVM (Virology, Immunology)

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E D U C AT I O N A L SESSIONS

M o nd ay, February 18 Technician Track Room South Seas D, Level 3 7:30 AM – 8:20 AM Lone Star Tick: An Expanding Threat to Pets and Humans Beckie Mossor 8:30 AM – 9:20 AM Let’s Talk Lifestyle Vaccines: Having the Conversation With Pet Owners Kara Burns 10:30 AM – 11:20 AM Heartworms EXPOSED: Revealing the Reality & Risks of Heartworm Disease Janet McConnell 11:30 AM – 12:20 PM The INs and OUTs of Flea & Tick Control for Cats Rebecca Rose

10:30 AM – 11:20 AM Leptospirosis: A New Era of Diagnosis & Prevention Dr. Jane Sykes

8:30 AM – 9:20 AM Veterinarians & Video: How to Attract New Clients Mike Huber

11:30 AM – 12:20 PM Cat Fleas Are Dangerous! An Update on Bartonellosis in Cats, Dogs, & People Dr. Michael Lappin

10:30 AM – 11:20 AM How to Grow Your Practice by Increasing Client Loyalty Dr. Amanda Donnelly

2:00 PM – 2:50 PM Rabies Vaccination: Misconceptions & the “MUST KNOW” Facts Dr. Richard Ford

11:30 AM – 12:20 PM Creating a Culture of Empowerment: Allowing Your Employees to Help Your Clients and Patients Tracy Dowdy

3:00 PM – 3:50 PM Canine Babesiosis: A Continued Threat to Canine Health Dr. Adam Birkenheuer 5:00 PM – 5:50 PM Emerging Hemoprotozoa in the Dog & Cat: What Am I Missing? Dr. Karen Snowden 6:00 PM – 6:50 PM Examining the Immunological Response and Biophysical Properties of Two Different Borrelia Vaccines Dr. Frederic David

E merg i ng Vecto r- bo rn e and Zoon ot i c D ise ase Symposi u m Room Oceanside D, Level 2 7:30 AM – 8:20 AM Heartworm: A Dynamic Conversation About a Complex Disease Dr. Brian Herrin and Dr. Steve Jones 8:30 AM – 9:20 AM Lyme Disease: Does It Matter If a Dog Is Positive? Dr. George Moore

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Tu es day, Feb r u a r y 1 9 C l ie n t E ng a ge m e nt & C l in i c M a r ke t i ng Sy m p o s i u m Room Oceanside D, Level 2 7:30 AM – 8:20 AM Top Tips to Beat Your Competitors Online Eric Garcia

N e w Th e ra p e u t i c A p p ro a ch es to C h roni c Ca re Sym p o s i u m Room Oceanside D, Level 2 2:00 PM – 2:50 PM A Practical Guide to Managing Osteoarthritis: Making Sense of Current Therapies Dr. Bryan Torres 3:00 PM – 3:50 PM Feline Hypertension: New Developments on a Pressing Topic Dr. Bianca Lourenco 5:00 PM – 5:50 PM Feline Chronic Kidney Disease Dr. Shelly Vaden 6:00 PM – 6:50 PM Don’t Get Your Blood Pressure Up! A Case Based Approach to the Diagnosis & Treatment of Feline Hyperthyroidism & Hypertension Dr. Audra Fenimore


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Learning Lounge Learning Lounge EL03 EL03 10:00 AM – 10:25 AM

Industr y Breakfast Industr y Breakfast Exhibit Hall Theater B, Level 1 Exhibit Hall B, Level 1 9:30 AM – 10:20Theater AM

10:00 AMGeneration – 10:25 AMof Internal Parasite The Next The Next Generation Protection for Cats of Internal Parasite Protection for Cats Dr. Russell Drury Dr. Russell Drury

Learning Lounge Learning Lounge EL04 EL04 10:30 AM – 10:55 AM

10:30 AMFDA-Approved – 10:55 AM Treatment for The Only The Only FDA-Approved Treatment for Feline Hypertension Feline Hypertension Dr. Grant Beckett Dr. Grant Beckett

Learning Lounge Learning Lounge EL05 EL05 11:00 AM – 11:25 AM

11:00 AMAAHA-Recommended – 11:25 AM The Only and FDAThe Only AAHA-Recommended and FDAApproved Insulin for the First-Line Treatment Approved Insulin for the First-Line Treatment of Diabetic Cats of Diabetic Cats Dr. Grant Beckett Dr. Grant Beckett

9:30 AM – 10:20 AM to the Complicated The Clinical Approach The Clinical Approach to the Complicated Diabetic Cat Diabetic Cat Dr. Cynthia Ward Dr. Cynthia Ward

Industr y Lunch Industr y Lunch Exhibit Hall Theater B, Level 1 Exhibit Hall B, Level 1 12:30 PM – 1:20Theater PM 12:30 PM – 1:20 PM Achy Breaky Hearts Achy Breaky Hearts Dr. Sonya Gordon Dr. Sonya Gordon

Learning Lounge Learning Lounge EL19 EL19 10:00 AM – 10:25 AM

10:00 AM – 10:25 AMof a Threat Than You Leptospirosis: More Leptospirosis: More of a Threat Than You Might Think Might Think Dr. Steve Maschmedt Dr. Steve Maschmedt

Learning Lounge Learning Lounge EL06 EL06 11:30 AM – 11:55 AM

11:30 AM – 11:55of AM Tasty Prevention Borrelia burgdorferi infections Tasty Prevention of Borrelia burgdorferi infections Dr. Ed Loebach Dr. Ed Loebach

Learning Lounge Learning Lounge EL13 EL13 3:00 PM – 3:25 PM

3:00 PMInfectious – 3:25 PMRespiratory Disease Canine Canine Infectious Respiratory Disease Complex: Prevalence, Pathogens, and Complex: Prevalence, Pathogens, and Prevention Prevention Dr. Andrew Schreibman Dr. Andrew Schreibman

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Join us for these IDEXX-sponsored sessions Industry Sessions Monday, February 18, 9:30 a.m.–10:20 a.m. Harness Technology to Streamline Workflow Before, During, and After a Visit Matt Russell; Dermot Jevens, MVB, DACVS; and Mark Finke, DVM Wednesday, February 20, 12:30 p.m.–1:20 p.m. Practical Application of Vector-borne Disease Testing in Your Practice: How I Did It in Mine Susanne Heartsill, DVM

Skinny Cat Track Monday, February 18, 2:00 p.m.–2:50 p.m. Feline Kidney Disease: Early Diagnosis and Impact of Nutritional Management Jennifer Ogeer, DVM, MS, MBA Monday, February 18, 3:00 p.m.–3:50 p.m. Feline Diabetes Mellitus: Essential Facts for the Astute Practitioner J. Catharine Scott-Moncrieff, MA, VetMB, MS, DACVIM, DSAM, DECVIM Monday, February 18, 5:00 p.m.–5:50 p.m.

Diagnostic Innovations for Improved Patient Care Monday, February 18, 7:30 a.m.–8:20 a.m. Doing Good with SDMA: Benefits of SDMA beyond CKD Jennifer Ogeer, DVM, MS, MBA Monday, February 18, 8:30 a.m.–9:20 a.m. CRP: What’s Your Superpower? Detect and Monitor Systemic Inflammation in Dogs in Real Time Graham E. A. Bilbrough, MA, VetMB, CertVA, MRCVS

Feline Hyperthyroidism: Guidelines for Diagnosis and Management/Diet J. Catharine Scott-Moncrieff, MA, VetMB, MS, DACVIM, DSAM, DECVIM Monday, February 18, 6:00 p.m.–6:50 p.m. The New Standard of Care for the Diagnosis, Treatment, and Management of Kidney Disease— for Improved and Longer Lives William D. Saxon, DVM, DACVIM, DACVECC

Preventive Care

Monday, February 18, 10:30 a.m.–11:20 a.m.

Tuesday, February 19, 2:00 p.m.–2:50 p.m.

Reticulocytes Count: Why They Are More Important Than Just Classifying Anemia Dennis B. DeNicola, DVM, PhD, DACVP

Clinical Evidence for Expanding Care Graham E. A. Bilbrough, MA, VetMB, CertVA, MRCVS

Monday, February 18, 11:30 a.m.–12:20 p.m. All about Fecal Diagnostics: Classic and Cutting-edge Michael W. Dryden, DVM, MS, PhD, DACVM

Tuesday, February 19, 3:00 p.m.–3:50 p.m. Benefits of SDMA as Part of Preventive Care Diagnostics Jennifer Ogeer, DVM, MS, MBA Tuesday, February 19, 5:00 p.m.–5:50 p.m. What’s New in Vector-borne Disease Screening Meryl P. Littman, VMD, DACVIM Tuesday, February 19, 6:00 p.m.–6:50 p.m. Urinalysis: Why It Is Important and Tips and Tricks Fred Metzger, DVM, MRCVS, DABVP

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SYMPOSIA

Experience Elanco IVAPM Pain Management Symposia Tuesday, February 19

Mark Epstein, DVM, CVPP, DABVP

Morning Veterinarian Series 7:30 a.m. 8:30 a.m. 10:30 a.m. 11:30 a.m.

Booth #3723

S06A - Update on NSAIDs S06B - Opioid-less: Adjusting to the New Normal S06C - Re-Thinking Management of Osteoarthritis: An Evidence-based Approach S06D - Case Studies in Pain Management

Oceanside C, Level 2

Morning Technician Series 7:30 a.m. 8:30 a.m. 10:30 a.m. 11:30 a.m.

Stephen F. Cital, RVT, RLAT, SRA, VTS

S07A - Cannabis for Pain Management S07B - Opioid Crisis: How to Deal S07C - Top Seven Pain Myths S07D - Exotic Animal Pain Management: Pearls You Need to Know

South Seas D, Level 3

Afternoon Technician Series 2:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m.

Kristen Cooley, BA, CVT, VTS

S07E - The Physiology of Pain S07F - How They Tell Us When They Hurt: Recognizing Pain in Veterinary Patients S07G - Treating Pain Doesn’t Need to Be a Pain: How to Institute Positive Change in Your Practice S07H - Behind the Eight Ball: Playing Catch Up with a Painful Patient

South Seas D, Level 3

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THERE’S A LOT TO DIGEST

DURING WVC

2019 WVC Annual Conference

We’ve lined up some of the most renowned speakers on GI health. Space is limited, so don’t miss out!

KindredBio supports Feline Educational Tracts

COURTESY OF HILL’S PET NUTRITION

FEBRUARY 18, 2019 MANDALAY BAY L, LEVEL 2

Monday, February 18, 2019 – Lagoon G, Level 2 7:30 AM - 8:20 AM S35A - The Seizuring Cat: Investigation & Treatment Simon Platt, BVM&S, DACVIM (Neurology), DECVN, MRCVS; University of Georgia

2:00 PM Dr. Jan Suchodolski

The Impact of the Microbiome in Intestinal Disease: A Case-Based Approach

8:30 AM - 9:20 AM S35B - Underdiagnosed Disease of the Feline Intestine, Pancreas & Liver Adam Rudinsky, DVM, MS, DACVIM (SAIM); The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine

3:00 PM Dr. Jennifer MacLeay

New Strategies to Promote GI Health: Make the Microbiome Work for You!

10:30 AM - 11:20 AM S35D - Feline Lymphoma: Beyond the GI Tract Sue Ettinger, DVM, DACVIM (Oncology); Dr. Sue Cancer Vet PLLC and Veterinary Cancer Center

5:00 PM Dr. Susan Little

Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Successful Management of Constipation in Cats

11:30 AM - 12:20 AM S35C - Don’t Go Breaking My “Feline” Heart Sonya Gordon, DVSc, DACVIM (Cardiology); Texas A&M University

6:00 PM Dr. Stanley Marks

Rational Approach to Chronic Enteropathies in the Dog: A Case-Based Approach

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SYMPOSIA Human Animal Bond Association Special Presentations Monday, February 18 | Lagoon H, Level 2 5:00-5:50p The Ultimate Win: Doing Well, by Doing Good 6:00-6:50p Flying Peacocks: Understanding & Supporting the Appropriate Use of Service & Emotional Support Animals

Wednesday, February 20 | South Seas E, Level 3

Experience Elanco Sponsored Industry Sessions Monday, February 18 12:30 p.m.

7:30-8:20a Conquering Cultural Conundrums in Veterinary Practice 8:30-9:20a Millennials: The Trampoline Allowing Vet Visits to Bounce Back 10:30-11:20a Marketing the Human-Animal Bond to Millennials

Booth #3723

IS03 - Becoming a Fear FreeSM Superstar Tips, Tricks, & Magical Moments Dr. Jonathan Bloom Exhibit Hall Theater A, Level 1

Tuesday, February 19 9:30 a.m.

11:30a-12:20p The Human-Animal Bond: Your Biggest Profit Center!

IS07 - Parasitology meets Dermatology: Dermatologic Benefits of Systemic Flea Control Dr. Michael Dryden and Dr. Michael Canfield Exhibit Hall Theater A, Level 1

Wednesday, February 20 12:45 p.m.

Visit Booth # 1625 to learn more

IS15 - Rethinking Canine Osteoarthritis Dr. Mark Epstein Exhibit Hall Theater A, Level 1

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On Monday morning, learn about the latest tools to

Reduce pain and improve mobility! 7:30 a.m. - Regenerative Medicine - What’s the Buzz About? 8:30 a.m. - Integrating Regenerative Medicine into Your Practice 10:30 a.m. - Laser Therapy - Myth, Magic, or Science? 11:30 a.m. - Light Protocols - Laser Therapy Applications

Mandalay Bay L, Level 2

Booth 3533 // CompanionAnimalHealth.com // 303.709.0408 John C. Godbold, Jr., DVM

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Jeff R. Denny, DVM, CCRP, CVPP


Don’t Miss Out! Integrating Supplements Symposium Tuesday, February 19, 2019 Oceanside C, Level 2 2:00 - 2:50 pm

Incorporating Behavior Strategies into Patient Care: Practical Solutions (S10A) Christopher Pachel, DVM, DACVB, CABC

3:00 - 3:50 pm

Beta-Glucans & The Immune System: What Has the Evidence Shown? (S10B) Tracy L. Webb, DVM, PhD

5:00 - 5:50 pm

Yeast & Bacterial Probiotics: When & Why? (S10C) Jan Suchodolski, MedVet, DrVetMed, PhD, AGAF, DACVM

6:00 - 6:50 pm

OA, Where Do We Start? (S10D) Sherman Canapp, Jr., DVM, DACVS, DACVSMR

Come visit us in the Exhibit Hall at Booth #3933!

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South Seas J, Level 3 | 7:30-8:20 AM

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Why Every Practitioner Should be Providing 2/19/19 Equine Dental Radiology Services A review of intraoral dental radiology equipment for equine patients. Why all clinicians providing equine health care should implement it for ease of use and profitability.

South Seas J, Level 3 | 8:30-9:20 AM

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What’s New in Intraoral Techniques? 2/19/19

Any practitioner can use intraoral radiology for the equine patient. Learn how to obtain excellent intraoral dental radiographs with up to date knowledge of techniques that can be applied to field and hospital settings.

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Demonstration and hands on experience with the newest techniques used to otbain excellent equine intraoral dental radiographs.

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SPEAKERS

INDUSTRY SEMINARS

LEARN MORE ABOUT WHAT'S NEW IN THE INDUSTRY

Come hungry! Food and knowledge will be served. Explore the veterinary profession’s most pressing topics as addressed by scientific and business experts while you enjoy a pleasant complimentary food break. Industry Breakfast, Lunch, or PM Refresh Seminars provide excellent opportunities for you to become up-to-date about the most recent clinical results and products new to the marketplace. Breakfast, lunch or afternoon snack provided. Seating is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis.

INDUSTRY BREAKFAST SEMINARS 9:30–10:20a, Monday–Wednesday

BREAKFAST Title

Time

Location

Session #

Speaker(s)

Harness Technology to Streamline Workflow Before, During & After a Visit

9:30-10:20a

Exhibit Hall Theater A, Level 1

IS01

Mark Finke, Dermot Jevens, Matt Russell

Canine Heartworm Disease

9:30-10:20a

Exhibit Hall Theater B, Level 1

IS02

Jessica Rodriguez

9:30-10:20a

Exhibit Hall Theater A, Level 1

IS07

Michael Canfield, Michael Dryden

9:30-10:20a

Exhibit Hall Theater B, Level 1

IS08

Cynthia Ward

A Panel Discussion: Clinical Impact & Management of Canine Inappetence

9:30-10:20a

Exhibit Hall Theater A, Level 1

IS13

Craig Clifford, Natalie Marks, Stanley Marks

Wellness Screening in Your Practice: It's What Your Patients Deserve

9:30-10:20a

Exhibit Hall Theater B, Level 1

IS14

Richard Goldstein

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19

Parasitology Meets Dermatology: Dermatologic Benefits of Systemic Flea Control The Clinical Approach to the Complicated Diabetic Cat WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20

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Breakfast included with session.

Sponsor(s)


INDUSTRY LUNCH SEMINARS

INDUSTRY LUNCH SEMINARS

12:30–1:20p, Monday–Wednesday

LUNCH Title

Time

Location

Session #

Speaker

Become A Fear Free SM Superstar: Tips, Tricks & Magical Moments

12:30-1:20p

Exhibit Hall Theater A, Level 1

IS03

Jonathan Bloom

Feline Broad Spectrum Parasite Protection

12:30-1:20p

Exhibit Hall Theater B, Level 1

IS04

Chris Adolph

Infectious Disease Control: Does Your Practice Meet the Standard?

12:30-1:20p

Exhibit Hall Theater A, Level 1

IS09

Melissa Bourgeois

Achy Breaky Hearts

12:30-1:20p

Exhibit Hall Theater B, Level 1

IS10

Sonya Gordon

Rethinking Canine Osteoarthritis

12:45-1:35p

Exhibit Hall Theater A, Level 1

IS15

Mark Epstein

Practical Application of Vector-borne Disease Testing in Your Practice: How I Did It in Mine

12:30-1:20p

Exhibit Hall Theater B, Level 1

IS16

Susanne Heartsill

Sponsor

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20

INDUSTRY PM REFRESH SEMINARS

4:00–4:50p, Monday–Tuesday

PM REFRESH Title

Time

Location

Session #

Speaker(s)

Causes, Cases & Management of Inappetence: Therapeutic Options

4:00-4:50p

Exhibit Hall Theater A, Level 1

IS05

Joe Bartges

Bonding the Modern Pet Owner: Client Loyalty in the Age of Uber

4:00-4:50p

Exhibit Hall Theater B, Level 1

IS06

Andy Roark

Meeting Client Expectations in the Digital Age

4:00-4:50p

Exhibit Hall Theater A, Level 1

IS11

Dave Nichol, Garret Pachtinger

Stem Cell Therapy: A Decade of Clinical Success

4:00-4:50p

Exhibit Hall Theater B, Level 1

IS12

Michael Hutchinson

Sponsor

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19

Lunch included with session.

Snack included with session.

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HANDS-ON LABORATORIES Time

Session #

Fee

Max #

7:30a-4:30p

HO24

$825

Equine Lameness Lab

7:30a-4:30p

HO02

Extracapsular CrCL Repair & Meniscal Treatment

7:30a-4:30p

New & Innovative Tools & Techniques in Feline Medicine

Title

CE

Instructor(s)

Sponsor(s)

24

8

Chris Gauthier, Howard Seim

MILA, IMS STERIS, SMITHS MEDICAL, PATTERSON VETERINARY

$525

25

8 Jessica Morgan, Russ Peterson, Kurt Selberg

HO26

SOLD OUT

32

8

Brian Beale, Kenneth Bruecker, David Dycus, Steven Petersen

INTRAUMA

7:30-11:30a

HO15

$475

24

4

Susan Little, Craig Webb

PATTERSON VETERINARY,IMS STERIS, SMITHS MEDICAL, VICTOR MEDICAL

RECOVER CPR Basic & Advanced Life Support Rescuer Certification

7:30-11:30a

HO04

SOLD OUT

40

4

Daniel Fletcher, Courtney Waxman, Kenichiro Yagi

JORGENSEN LABORATORIES, DRE

Ultrasounding the Large Organs in Dogs & Cats: Routine Techniques in Abdominal Ultrasound

7:30-11:30a

HO17

$675

40

Clifford (Kip) Berry, Robert Cole, Maria Evola, FUJIFILM SONOSITE, INC,UNIVERSAL Jay Griffin, Lukas Kawalilak, Chelsea Kunst, IMAGING, VCA/ANTECH DIAGNOSTICS/ 4 Nathan Nelson, Erin Porter, Rachel Smith, SOUND, CORE IMAGING, CUATTRO-HESKA, David Szabo SAMSUNG, ZOETIS PETCARE

Updating Your Ocular Surgical Techniques for the Primary Care Practitioner

7:30-11:30a

HO28

$600

24

4

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16 Soft Tissue Surgery II: Ears, Esophagus, Chest Tube & Perineum

Level

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17 Kent Allen, Jean-Marie Denoix, Mike Hoge, ISELP (INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF EQUINE LOCOMOTOR PATHOLOGY)

Reuben Merideth, Rustin Sturgeon, Neal Wasserman

EYE CARE FOR ANIMALS, SURGITEL, MIDWEST VETERINARY SUPPLY

FUJIFILM SONOSITE, INC,UNIVERSAL Robert Cole, Maria Evola, Jay Griffin, Lukas IMAGING, VCA/ANTECH DIAGNOSTICS/ Kawalilak, Chelsea Kunst, Nathan Nelson, SOUND, CORE IMAGING, CUATTRO-HESKA, Erin Porter, Rachel Smith, David Szabo SAMSUNG, ZOETIS PETCARE

Ultrasounding the Small Organs in Dogs & Cats: Advanced Techniques in Abdominal Ultrasound

1:30-5:30p

HO20

$675

40

4

Updating Your Ocular Surgical Techniques for the Primary Care Practitioner

1:30-5:30p

HO30

$600

24

4

Reuben Merideth, Rustin Sturgeon, Neal Wasserman

EYE CARE FOR ANIMALS, SURGITEL, MIDWEST VETERINARY SUPPLY

Key to Successful Treatment of Patellar Luxation in Small & Large Breed Dogs

7:30a-4:30p

HO27

$825

32

8

Brian Beale, Kenneth Bruecker, David Dycus, Steven Petersen

VOI

RECOVER CPR: Basic & Advanced Life Support Instructor Certifications

7:30a-4:30p

HO05

$325

24

8

Daniel Fletcher, Courtney Waxman, Kenichiro Yagi

Feline Extractions Made Easier

7:30-11:30a

HO09

SOLD OUT

24

4 Robert Furman, Brook Niemiec, Alan Skinner

Ultrasounding the Large Organs in Dogs & Cats: Routine Techniques in Abdominal Ultrasound

7:30-11:30a

HO18

SOLD OUT

40

Clifford (Kip) Berry, Robert Cole, Maria Evola, FUJIFILM SONOSITE, INC,UNIVERSAL Lukas Kawalilak, Chelsea Kunst, Nathan IMAGING, VCA/ANTECH DIAGNOSTICS/ 4 Nelson, Erin Porter, Rachel Smith, David SOUND, CORE IMAGING, CUATTRO-HESKA, Szabo SAMSUNG, ZOETIS PETCARE

Canine Extractions Made Easier

1:30-5:30p

HO10

SOLD OUT

24

4 Robert Furman, Brook Niemiec, Alan Skinner

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18

Ultrasounding the Large Organs in Dogs & Cats: Routine Techniques in Abdominal Ultrasound

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Veterinarian.

1:30-5:30p

HO19

Veterinary Technician.

$675

40

4

JORGENSEN LABORATORIES, DRE, DENTALAIRE PRODUCTS INTERNATIONAL, IM3, INTEGRA, MIDMARK, SURGITEL, HENRY SCHEIN ANIMAL HEALTH

DENTALAIRE PRODUCTS INTERNATIONAL, IM3, INTEGRA, MIDMARK, SURGITEL, HENRY SCHEIN ANIMAL HEALTH

Clifford (Kip) Berry, Maria Evola, Jay Griffin, FUJIFILM SONOSITE, INC,UNIVERSAL Lukas Kawalilak, Chelsea Kunst, Nathan IMAGING, VCA/ANTECH DIAGNOSTICS/ Nelson, Erin Porter, Rachel Smith, David SOUND, CORE IMAGING, CUATTRO-HESKA, Szabo SAMSUNG, ZOETIS PETCARE

Please check at the Onsite Registration counter for availability


HANDS-ON LABORATORIES Time

Session #

Fee

Max #

Soft Tissue Surgery I: Throat, Abdominal & Anal Sacculectomy Procedures

7:30a-4:30p

HO23

SOLD OUT

Canine Extraction Lab & Regional Nerve Blocks

7:30-11:30a

HO07

Introduction to Acupuncture in Companion Animals

7:30-11:30a

Live Bee Hive Laboratory

7:30-11:30a

Title

CE

Instructor(s)

Sponsor(s)

24

8

Chris Gauthier, Howard Seim

MILA, IMS STERIS, SMITHS MEDICAL, PATTERSON VETERINARY

SOLD OUT

30

4

Barden Greenfield, Christopher Snyder, Kevin Stepaniuk

DENTALAIRE PRODUCTS INTERNATIONAL, IM3, INTEGRA, MIDMARK, SURGITEL, HENRY SCHEIN ANIMAL HEALTH

HO13

$475

24

4

Signe Beebe, Michelle Schraeder

HO03

$475

24

4

Jeffrey Applegate, Terry Ryan Kane

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19

Level

Ultrasounding the Small Organs in Dogs & Cats: Advanced Techniques in Abdominal Ultrasound

7:30-11:30a

HO21

$675

40

FUJIFILM SONOSITE, INC,UNIVERSAL Clifford (Kip) Berry, Robert Cole, Maria Evola, IMAGING, VCA/ANTECH DIAGNOSTICS/ 4 Jay Griffin, Lukas Kawalilak, Nathan Nelson, SOUND, CORE IMAGING, CUATTRO-HESKA, Erin Porter, Rachel Smith, David Szabo SAMSUNG, ZOETIS PETCARE

Feline Extraction Lab & Regional Nerve Blocks

1:30-5:30p

HO08

SOLD OUT

30

4

Barden Greenfield, Christopher Snyder, Kevin Stepaniuk

DENTALAIRE PRODUCTS INTERNATIONAL, IM3, INTEGRA, MIDMARK, SURGITEL, HENRY SCHEIN ANIMAL HEALTH

Honing Advanced Skills in Veterinary Dentistry for Technicians

1:30-5:30p

HO11

$350

24

4

Candice Hoerner, Mary Berg

MIDMARK, INTEGRA, VICTOR MEDICAL

Intra-oral DR Radiology of Equids

1:30-5:30p

HO35

$225

24

4

Jon Gieche, Mark Skeels

HESKA DIAGNOSTICS

Small Animal Abdominal Ultrasound for Technicians

1:30-5:30p

HO22

$350

24

4

FUJIFILM SONOSITE, INC,UNIVERSAL Clifford (Kip) Berry, Maria Evola, Jay Griffin, IMAGING, VCA/ANTECH DIAGNOSTICS/ Lukas Kawalilak, Chelsea Kunst, Nathan SOUND, CORE IMAGING, CUATTRO-HESKA, Nelson SAMSUNG, ZOETIS PETCARE

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20 Canine Extraction Lab & Regional Nerve Blocks

7:30-11:30a

HO06

$475

30

4

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Lateral Stabilization of Cranial Cruciate Ligament

7:30-11:30a

HO34

$600

24

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Upper GI Endoscopy Lab

7:30-11:30a

HO14

$550

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Feline Extraction Lab & Regional Nerve 1:30-5:30p Blocks

HO33

$475

16

4

Barden Greenfield, Kevin Stepaniuk

DENTALAIRE PRODUCTS INTERNATIONAL, IM3, INTEGRA, MIDMARK, SURGITEL

Intra-acticular Treatment of Osteoarthritis in the Canine

HO12

$550

24

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WORKSHOPS Title

Time

Location

Session # Max # Fee

Level

CE

Instructor(s)

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17 Communication in the Exam Room: 10:30a-3:50p Surf D, Level 2 Getting the Client to Yes

WS01

50

$35

4

Mark Russak

Dental Radiology Master Class

2:00-5:50p

Surf E, Level 2

WS13

50

$55

4

Brook Niemiec

Wag More, Bark Less: Reduce Negativity in Your Hospital

4:00-5:50p

Surf D, Level 2

WS02

50

$35

2

Karen Purves

Discover & Tame Your Inner Critic I

7:30-9:20a

Surf D, Level 2

WS03

50

$35

2

Kimberly Pope-Robinson

Interpretation of Advanced Electrocardiograms

7:30-9:20a

Surf E, Level 2

WS16

50

$35

2

H. Edward Durham

Discover & Tame Your Inner Critic II 10:30a-12:20p Surf D, Level 2

WS04

50

$35

2

Kimberly Pope-Robinson

Modernize Communication Strategies for Your Clients & Your Team

2:00-3:50p

Surf D, Level 2

WS05

50

$35

2

Stacee Santi

Feeding Tubes: Use Them!

2:00-3:50p

Surf E, Level 2

WS17

50

$35

2

Kara Burns, Ann Wortinger

Hiring Architects, Engineers & Contractors for Animal Care Facilities: Costs, Process & Dirty Little Secrets

5:00-6:50p

Surf D, Level 2

WS06

50

$35

2

Scott Learned

7:30-9:20a

Surf D, Level 2

WS07

50

$35

2

Heather Romano

10:30a-12:20p Surf D, Level 2

WS08

50

$35

2

Jason Castner

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19 New Generation of Culture Profit: If You Can't Count It, Is It Real?

People & Performance: Foundations 2:00-3:50p in Workplace Well-being

Surf D, Level 2

WS09

50

$35

2

Josh Vaisman

Driving Profits Through Workplace Well-being

Surf D, Level 2

WS10

50

$35

2

Josh Vaisman

5:00-6:50p

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20 Everyday Ethics in Veterinary Medicine

7:30-9:20a

Surf D, Level 2

WS11

50

$35

2

Robin Brogdon, Shelley Johnson, Linda Markland, John Owens, Rebecca Owens

USDA Accredited Veterinarian's Workshop

7:30a-5:50p

Mandalay Bay I, Level 2

WS19

250

$0

8

Gary Brickler, Tyler Fields, L. Reed Hall, Jeffrey Lee

10:30a-12:20p Surf D, Level 2

WS12

50

$35

2

Kirk Eddleman

An Up Close & Personal Look at 10:30a-12:20p Surf E, Level 2 Intestinal Parasites in Cats & Dogs

WS18

50

$35

2

Kara Burns, Janet McConnell

The Road to Success: Reaching Your Practice Potential

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LEARNING LOUNGE

LEARNING LOUNGE WVC is proud to present the fast-paced Learning Lounge, located in the Exhibit Hall, Level 1. Attend bite-sized, 20-minute intimate sessions, which will include food, giveaways, prizes and more, on fun and interesting topics at this Wi-Fi hotspot.

Title

Time

Session #

Level

Speaker

The Wheel of Fortune

9:30a

EL02

Travis York

The Next Generation of Internal Parasite Protection for Cats

10:00a

EL03

Alex Miller

The Only FDA Approved Treatment for Feline Hypertension

10:30a

EL04

Grant Beckett

The Only AAHA Recommended & FDA Approved Insulin for the First-Line Treatment of Diabetic Cats

11:00a

EL05

Grant Beckett

Tasty Prevention of Borrelia burgdorferi Infections

11:30a

EL06

Amy Auch

Hidden Treasure: Identifying & Removing Bottlenecks in Your Practice

12:00p

EL07

Ivan Zakharenkov

How to be a Chronic Pain Hero

12:30p

EL16

Alison Gottlieb

Managing Allergic Flares

1:00p

EL09

Andrew Hillier

Practice Data & The Network Effect

1:30p

EL10

Matt Russell

The Wheel of Fortune

2:00p

EL11

Travis York

Unpacking the Power of Home Delivery

2:30p

EL12

Kim London

Canine Infectious Respiratory Disease Complex: Prevalence, Pathogens, and Prevention

3:00p

EL13

Andrew Schreibman

Save My Life Pleeeeze!! Part 2

3:30p

EL14

Nora Grant

Canine Heartworm Disease Focus

4:00p

EL15

Jessica Rodriguez

Introducing Revolution Plus

4:30p

EL08

Chris Adolph

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18

All Learning Lounge sessions are limited to 50 participants - first come, first served.

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LEARNING LOUNGE Title

Time

Session #

Level

Speaker(s)

Technology & The Referral Life Cycle

9:00a

EL17

Matt Russell

Talking About Noise Aversion

9:30a

EL18

Sharon Campbell

Leptospirosis: More of a Threat Than You Might Think

10:00a

EL19

Steve Maschmedt

Canine Heartworm Disease Focus

10:30a

EL24

Jessica Rodriguez

How Home Delivery Can Benefit Your Business

11:00a

EL21

Fritz Wood

MiDOG: The New Era of Veterinary Microbial Diagnostics

11:30a

EL22

Janina Krumbeck, Marc Van Eden

Minimal Time, Maximum Results: Make Social Media Work for You

12:00p

EL23

Emma Lishness

Canine Flu Got You Blue?

12:30p

EL20

Michael Lappin

Is Emesis Your Nemesis

1:00p

EL25

Ralph Harvey

Introducing Revolution Plus

1:30p

EL26

Chris Adolph

Get Clients to Say Yes to Imaging

2:00p

EL27

Wendy Myers

Get Clients to Say Yes to Imaging

2:30p

EL28

Wendy Myers

Introducing Revolution Plus

3:00p

EL29

Chris Adolph

Antimicrobial Stewardship

3:30p

EL30

Valerie Fadok

How Home Delivery Can Benefit Your Business

9:30a

EL32

Fritz Wood

Introducing Revolution Plus

10:00a

EL33

Chris Adolph

Introducing Revolution Plus

10:30a

EL34

Chris Adolph

When Care Is Critical: An Interactive Discussion of Nutrition in the ICU

11:00a

EL35

Adesola Odunayo

Sponsor(s)

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20

All Learning Lounge sessions are limited to 50 participants - first come, first served.

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VETERINARY TECHNICIAN SYMPOSIUM JUNE 24-26 & SEP 30-OCT 2 WVC’S OQUENDO CENTER | LAS VEGAS, NV

YOU MAKE IT HAPPEN Technician, surgical assistant, massage therapist, hygienist, rehabilitator, anesthetist... You are more than just a veterinary technician. This event is a unique opportunity for veterinary technicians to increase knowledge and sharpen skills in just three days. Offered at the world-famous Oquendo Center in Las Vegas, NV, expert instructors – using today’s most innovative instructional approaches and technology – present skill-based training in critical practice areas.

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VETERINARY TECHNICIAN

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17

EMERGENCY & CRITICAL CARE/ PHARMACOLOGY/ PRACTICE OPERATIONS  AM HANDS-ON LAB ROOM DE, OQUENDO CENTER

JASMINE A, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Melissa Clark-Pehrson 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Ergonomics in the Equine Clinic VT37 Sue Loly

4 CE Hours SOLD OUT 7:30-11:30a RECOVER CPR Basic & Advanced Life Support Rescuer Certification HO04 Daniel Fletcher, Courtney Waxman, Kenichiro Yagi

1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Large Animal Sling Safety VT38 Sue Loly

COMMUNICATIONS/ EMERGENCY & CRITICAL CARE/ PHARMACOLOGY/ PRACTICE OPERATIONS  PM

JASMINE A, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Melissa Clark-Pehrson

BANYAN, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Karen Thang 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Emergency Anesthesia in the Cardiac Patient VT29 Megan Brashear 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Pharmacology of Cardiac Medications VT30 Megan Brashear 1 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p Direct & Compassionate Communication VT31 Megan Brashear 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p The Treatment Room is Not the Supreme Court VT32 Megan Brashear

NUTRITION/ INFECTIOUS DISEASE  PM

LARGE ANIMAL  AM

1 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p Thinking Outside the Box: Techniques for Active Box Rest VT39 Sue Loly 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Nursing an Acute Equine Colitis VT40 Sue Loly

NUTRITION  AM

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18 ANESTHESIA  AM BANYAN, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Elizabeth Barclay 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Anesthesia & Analgesia Case Studies VT01 Tasha McNerney 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Hypothermia During the Intra-operative & Post-operative Periods VT02 Tasha McNerney

BANYAN, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Karen Thang 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Nutrition Myths VT41 Ann Wortinger

1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Understanding Capnography VT03 Tasha McNerney

1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Feeding Puzzles VT42 Ann Wortinger

Veterinary Technician.

1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Two Weeks to Recovery: Dusty's Post Arrest Story VT43 Ann Wortinger 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Rabies: How Scared Should You Be? VT44 Ann Wortinger

LARGE ANIMAL  PM

Veterinarian.

JASMINE A, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Melissa Clark-Pehrson

1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Anesthesia for the Dentistry Patient VT04 Tasha McNerney

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VETERINARY TECHNICIAN CARDIOLOGY  AM

 2 CE Hours 7:30-9:20a Interpretation of Advanced Electrocardiograms WS16 H. Edward Durham

1 CE Hour 6:00-6:50p Interactive Dental Case Presentations VT16 Candice Hoerner

CARDIOLOGY/PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT  PM

EMERGENCY & CRITICAL CARE/ PHARMACOLOGY/ PRACTICE OPERATIONS  AM

1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Body Cavity Centesis: A Review of Abdominocentesis, Thoracocentesis & Pericardiocentesis VT09 H. Edward Durham 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Cardiac Emergencies: Failure of Plumbing & Electrical Systems VT10 H. Edward Durham 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Emergency Management of Arrhythmias VT11 H. Edward Durham 1 CE Hour 6:00-6:50p What Do I Do with My Tech License? Veterinary Technology as a Career VT12 H. Edward Durham

DENTISTRY  PM JASMINE A, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Michele Gurr 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Say Ahhhh! Oral Examination & Charting VT13 Candice Hoerner

FEBRUARY 18

NUTRITION  PM

WORKSHOP SURF E, LEVEL 2

1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Becoming a Dental Concierge VT15 Candice Hoerner

BANYAN, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Elizabeth Barclay

WORKSHOP SURF E, LEVEL 2 2 CE Hours 2:00-3:50p Feeding Tubes: Use Them! WS17 Kara Burns, Ann Wortinger

+IMMUNOLOGY/ PARASITOLOGY  AM SYMPOSIUM Technician Parasitology Track

HANDS-ON LAB ROOM CD, OQUENDO CENTER 8 CE Hours SOLD OUT 7:30a-4:30p RECOVER CPR: Basic & Advanced Life Support Instructor Certifications HO05 Daniel Fletcher, Courtney Waxman, Kenichiro Yagi

ENDOCRINOLOGY  AM JASMINE A, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Karen Thang, Melissa Clark-Pehrson 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Diabetic Cats: Not Small Diabetic Dogs! VT25 Rachel Poulin 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Teaching Diabetic Management to the Pet Owner: Get Those Owners into the Game! VT26 Rachel Poulin 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Leptospirosis VT27 Rachel Poulin

SOUTH SEAS D, LEVEL 3 Moderator: TBA 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Lone Star Tick: An Expanding Threat to Pets & Humans S19A Beckie Mossor 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Let's Talk Lifestyle Vaccines: Having the Conversation with Pet Owners S19B Kara Burns 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Heartworms EXPOSED: Revealing the Reality & Risks of Heartworm Disease S19C Janet McConnell 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p The INs & OUTs of Flea & Tick Control for Cats S19D Rebecca Rose

1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Pancreatitis VT28 Rachel Poulin

1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Dirty Mouth? Clean It Up! A Complete Periodontal Cleaning VT14 Candice Hoerner

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VETERINARY TECHNICIAN TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19 DENTISTRY  PM HANDS-ON LAB ROOM CD, OQUENDO CENTER 4 CE Hours 1:30-5:30p Honing Advanced Skills in Veterinary Dentistry for Technicians HO11 Candice Hoerner

EMERGENCY & CRITICAL CARE  AM

FEBRUARY 19

1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Shock Has Two Faces: RBCs & Anemia VT19 Kenichiro Yagi 1 CE Hour 6:00-6:50p Evidence-based CPR: The RECOVER Guidelines VT20 Kenichiro Yagi

+ENDOCRINOLOGY  AM SYMPOSIUM The First Ever: Diabetic Games!

1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Not so Cute: Acute Kidney Injury VT22 Courtney Waxman 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Not so Cute: Acute Anaphylaxis VT23 Courtney Waxman 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Multi-parameter Monitoring: The Technician’s Tools VT24 Courtney Waxman

EMERGENCY & CRITICAL CARE  PM BANYAN, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Chris Chamberlain

SPECIAL PRESENTATION SURF E, LEVEL 2 Moderator: TBA 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Cool Off Confrontation I SP06A Michelle Krasicki-Aune 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Cool Off Confrontation II SP06B Michelle Krasicki-Aune

BANYAN, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Chris Chamberlain 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a The Veterinary Nurse’s Critical Patient Checklist VT21 Courtney Waxman

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT  AM

MANDALAY BAY I, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Amy Johnson 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Navigating Diabetes A-Z: The Basics, Frustrations, Tips & Tricks S26A Rachel Poulin 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Navigating Diabetes: Frustrations/ Solutions - Myths & Truths S26B Rachel Poulin

IMAGING-ULTRASOUND  PM HANDS-ON LAB ROOM A, OQUENDO CENTER 4 CE Hours 1:30-5:30p Small Animal Abdominal Ultrasound for Technicians HO22 Clifford (Kip) Berry, Maria Evola, Jay Griffin, Lukas Kawalilak, Chelsea Kunst, Nathan Nelson

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT  PM

SPECIAL PRESENTATION SURF E, LEVEL 2 Moderator: TBA 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Giving Back: How Vet Techs Can Stay Engaged While Helping Out SP05D Erin Spencer

+PAIN MANAGEMENT  AM IVAPM Pain Management Symposium -- Technician Series

SOUTH SEAS D, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Karri Wilson, Debra Smith

1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Just Breathe: Respiratory Emergencies VT17 Kenichiro Yagi

1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Cannabis for Pain Management S07A Stephen Cital

1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Shock Has Two Faces: The Keys to Perfusion VT18 Kenichiro Yagi

1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Opioid Crisis: How to Deal S07B Stephen Cital

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VETERINARY TECHNICIAN 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Top Seven Pain Myths S07C Stephen Cital 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Exotic Animal Pain Management: Pearls You Need to Know S07D Stephen Cital

+PAIN MANAGEMENT  PM IVAPM Pain Management Symposium -- Technician Series

SOUTH SEAS D, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Lynda Green, Kris Miller 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p The Physiology of Pain S07E Kristen Cooley 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p How They Tell Us When They Hurt: Recognizing Pain in Veterinary Patients S07F Kristen Cooley 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Treating Pain Doesn't Need to be a Pain: How to Institute Positive Change in Your Practice S07G Kristen Cooley 1 CE Hour 6:00-6:50p Behind the Eight Ball: Playing Catch Up with a Painful Patient S07H Kristen Cooley

PEDIATRICS  AM JASMINE A, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Jessie Nelson 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Pediatric Lab vs Adult Yorkie: Same Size Different Physiology! VT48 Erin Spencer

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1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Physiologic Considerations in Pediatric Anesthesia & Analgesia VT46 Erin Spencer 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Management of Orphaned Puppies & Kittens VT47 Erin Spencer 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p The Hypos: Common Pediatric Emergencies VT45 Erin Spencer

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT  PM JASMINE A, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Jessie Nelson 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Decision Fatigue...It's a Thing and It's Likely Affecting You! VT49 Beckie Mossor 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Work/Life Balance...The Myths, Realities, and Strategies of Work Life Balance VT50 Beckie Mossor 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p A Crowd of One: Real Talk about Depression & Suicide VT51 Beckie Mossor 1 CE Hour 6:00-6:50p Ethics for Veterinary Nurses & Technicians...Case Studies in What Would You Do?! VT52 Beckie Mossor

FEBRUARY 19-20 WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20 BEHAVIOR  PM BANYAN, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Heather Schroeder 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Behavior Is as Simple as A, B, C! The Behavior Analysis Model VT05 Monique Feyrecilde 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Bites & Scratches & Bruises, Oh My! Safer Handling Techniques for Patients VT06 Monique Feyrecilde 1 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p What's All the FAS About? Fear FreeSM VT07 Monique Feyrecilde 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Make Fear FreeSM a Win-Win: Happy Visits & Victory Visits VT08 Monique Feyrecilde

IMAGING/SURGERY  AM JASMINE A, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Mikki Cook 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Hypothermia: What’s the Hype? VT57 Heidi Reuss-Lamky 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a So Rad! Positioning for Safety & Success in the Radiology Suite!! VT58 Heidi Reuss-Lamky 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Canine Elbow Dysplasia: How Lame! VT59 Heidi Reuss-Lamky 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Peri-operative Surgical Patient Care: Honoring the Bond VT60 Heidi Reuss-Lamky


VETERINARY TECHNICIAN INTERNAL MEDICINE  PM JASMINE A, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Mikki Cook 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p The Wonderful Thing About Liver: Liver Disease & Blood Interpretations VT33 Ashley DiPrete 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p What in the Liver: Common Abnormalities in Liver Chemistries VT34 Ashley DiPrete 1 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p Keeping You & Your Patient Safe: Zoonotic Diseases VT35 Ashley DiPrete 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Myasthenia Gravis VT36 Ashley DiPrete

PARASITOLOGY  AM WORKSHOP SURF E, LEVEL 2  2 CE Hours 10:30a-12:20p An Up Close & Personal Look at Intestinal Parasites in Cats & Dogs WS18 Kara Burns, Janet McConnell

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT  AM

SPECIAL PRESENTATION SOUTH SEAS B, LEVEL 3 Moderator: TBA 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Let's Talk: Having Courageous Conversations SP05C Kara Burns 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Be There for Yourself: Well-being for the Veterinary Technician SP05A Mary Berg

FEBRUARY 20

1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a And the Road Less Traveled: Career Options for Veterinary Technicians SP05B Mary Berg

VETERINARY TECHNICIAN CASE REPORTS  PM

SPECIAL PRESENTATION

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT  PM

SURF E, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Ed Carlson 0 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p NAVTA Case Reports 1: Titan’s Last Call of Duty…The Human Animal Bond Tested to the Limit & Taurine Deficient DCM - A Family Affair SP07A Jessie Nelson, Jamie Rauscher

SPECIAL PRESENTATION JASMINE E, LEVEL 3 Moderator: TBA 1 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p Vet Nurse Initiative SP06C Kenichiro Yagi 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Veterinary Technician Utilization Report Card SP06D Kenichiro Yagi

REHABILITATION  AM BANYAN, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Heather Schroeder 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Technician Orthopedic Evaluations & Common Conditions VT53 Kristen Hagler

0 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p NAVTA Case Reports 2: Feline Caudal Stomatitis & Osteosarcoma: Metastatic Regression SP07B Dani DeCormier, Ruth Ward 0 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p NAVTA Case Reports 3 Sheriff Bruno Receives Bilateral Comfort & Battling Hypotension During Septic Peritonitis SP07C Jessica Bowditch, Cristina Mendoza 0 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p NAVTA Case Report 4: Case Report Presentation Awards SP07D Ed Carlson

1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Fitness Programs: Rehab Isn’t Just Surgical Recovery VT54 Kristen Hagler 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a TPLO: Designing a Rehabilitation Protocol in General Practice VT55 Kristen Hagler 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Feline Pain Management: Using Physical Rehabilitation Treatments & Modalities VT56 Kristen Hagler

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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20 An Up Close & Personal Look at Intestinal Parasites in Cats & Dogs

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Location

Session #

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2:00-4:50p

Mandalay Bay I, Level 2

S25

Amy Johnson, Jason Stull

AAHA Healthy Workplace Culture Initiative Symposium

7:30a-12:20p

Mandalay Bay D, Level 2

S27

Randy Hall

Technician Parasitology Track

7:30a-12:20p

South Seas D, Level 3

S19

Kara Burns, Janet McConnell, Beckie Mossor, Rebecca Rose

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17 AAHA Infection Control, Biosecurity & Prevention Guidelines Symposium

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IVAPM Pain Management Symposium -Technician Series

7:30a-12:20p & 2:00-6:50p

South Seas D, Level 3

S07

Kristen Cooley, Stephen Cital

The First Ever: Diabetic Games!

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Mandalay Bay I, Level 2

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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19

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Harness Technology to Streamline Workflow Before, During & After a Visit

9:30-10:20a

Exhibit Hall Theater A, Level 1

IS01

Mark Finke, Dermot Jevens, Matt Russell

Canine Heartworm Disease

9:30-10:20a

Exhibit Hall Theater B, Level 1

IS02

Jessica Rodriguez

9:30-10:20a

Exhibit Hall Theater A, Level 1

IS07

Michael Canfield, Michael Dryden

9:30-10:20a

Exhibit Hall Theater B, Level 1

IS08

Cynthia Ward

9:30-10:20a

Exhibit Hall Theater A, Level 1

IS13

Craig Clifford, Natalie Marks, Stanley Marks

9:30-10:20a

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IS14

Richard Goldstein

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19

Parasitology Meets Dermatology: Dermatologic Benefits of Systemic Flea Control The Clinical Approach to the Complicated Diabetic Cat

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20 A Panel Discussion: Clinical Impact & Management of Canine Inappetence Wellness Screening in Your Practice: It's What Your Patients Deserve

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12:30-1:20p

Exhibit Hall Theater A, Level 1

IS03

Jonathan Bloom

Feline Broad Spectrum Parasite Protection

12:30-1:20p

Exhibit Hall Theater B, Level 1

IS04

Chris Adolph

Infectious Disease Control: Does Your Practice Meet the Standard?

12:30-1:20p

Exhibit Hall Theater A, Level 1

IS09

Melissa Bourgeois

Achy Breaky Hearts

12:30-1:20p

Exhibit Hall Theater B, Level 1

IS10

Sonya Gordon

Practical Application of Vector-borne Disease Testing in Your Practice: How I Did It in Mine

12:30-1:20p

Exhibit Hall Theater B, Level 1

IS16

Susanne Heartsill

Rethinking Canine Osteoarthritis

12:45-1:35p

Exhibit Hall Theater A, Level 1

IS15

Mark Epstein

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20

INDUSTRY PM REFRESH SEMINARS MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18 Causes, Cases & Management of Inappetence: Therapeutic Options Bonding the Modern Pet Owner: Client Loyalty in the Age of Uber

4:00-4:50p

Exhibit Hall Theater A, Level 1

IS05

Joe Bartges

4:00-4:50p

Exhibit Hall Theater B, Level 1

IS06

Andy Roark

Meeting Client Expectations in the Digital Age

4:00-4:50p

Exhibit Hall Theater A, Level 1

IS11

Dave Nichol, Garret Pachtinger

Stem Cell Therapy: A Decade of Clinical Success

4:00-4:50p

Exhibit Hall Theater B, Level 1

IS12

Michael Hutchinson

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Evolving the Clinical Approach to Management of Inappetence 9:30

AM Chad 10:20 Johannes, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM & Oncology)

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Impact & Management Strategies for Inappetence

4:00 4:50

Local Anesthetics: Stop Pain in its Tracks

5:00 5:50

Paws for Thought – New Approaches to Assessing and Treating Feline Pain

Stanley Marks, BVSc, PhD, DACVIM (SAIM, Oncology), DACVN

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MONDAY Delivering safe and effective therapeutics that elevate the standard of care in veterinary medicine.

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Exhibit Hall Theater A, Level 1 4:00

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9:30

10:20 AM

Causes, Cases & Management of Inappetence: Therapeutic 2:00 2:50 3:00 3:50 4:00 4:50 5:00 5:50 PM Options

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Joe Bartges, DVM, PhD, DACVIM (SAIM), DACVN 4:00

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WEDNESDAY 9:00 AM

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FEBRUARY 20, 2019

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INDUSTRY BREAKFAST 9:30 10:20

A Panel Discussion: Clinical Impact & Management of Canine Inappetence Stanley Marks, BVSc, PhD, DACVIM (SAIM, Oncology), DACVN Natalie Marks, DVM, CVJ Craig Clifford, DVM, MS, DACVIM (Oncology) Moderator: Jessica Larson, DVM, DACVIM

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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 2019 ENTRANCE/EXIT STRATEGIES  PM BREAKERS K, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Erik Blomquist

1 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p Build a Practice Millennials Will Buy PM06P Jim Stephenson, Joe Stephenson 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Buying Your Second Practice PM07P Jim Stephenson, Joe Stephenson

BREAKERS H, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Kimberly Mejias 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Creating Careers for Associates, Not Just Jobs PM14 Peter Weinstein

HUMAN RESOURCES  PM WORKSHOP SURF D, LEVEL 2 2 CE Hours SOLD OUT 4:00-5:50p Wag More, Bark Less: Reduce Negativity in Your Hospital WS02 Karen Purves

BREAKERS H, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Kimberly Mejias 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Improving Compliance Through Technology PM37 Bill Schroeder

Power Hour

BREAKERS K, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Erik Blomquist 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Operations Power Hour PM47P Karen Felsted, Peter Weinstein

1 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p Reputation Management: A Lesson from Online Reviews PM39 Bill Schroeder

1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Secrets from Consolidators That Can Help Your Practice PM48 Peter Weinstein

1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Marketing Power Hour PM40P Robert Sanchez, Stacee Santi, Bill Schroeder

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT  AM/PM

PRACTICE OPERATIONS  AM/PM WORKSHOP SURF D, LEVEL 2

HUMAN RESOURCES  AM

MARKETING  PM

PRACTICE OPERATIONS  PM

1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Client Engagement: Full Circle Communications Plan PM38 Bill Schroeder

SPECIAL PRESENTATION

FOUR SEASONS HOTEL, BALLROOM 1&2, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Jen Brandt

4 CE Hours 10:30a-3:50p Communication in the Exam Room: Getting the Client to Yes WS01 Mark Russak

6 CE Hour SOLD OUT 10:00-5:00p Women's Veterinary Summit SP02 Douglas Aspros, Jen Brandt, Marie Holowaychuk

PRACTICE OPERATIONS  AM BREAKERS H, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Kimberly Mejias

+PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT  AM

1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Taking the Pulse of Your Practice PM44 Peter Weinstein

SYMPOSIUM Moral Stress in the Veterinary Profession

PRACTICE OPERATIONS  AM BREAKERS K, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Erik Blomquist 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Make an Extra Million PM45P Jim Stephenson, Joe Stephenson 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Private Practice in the Shadow of Corporate Consolidation PM46P Jim Stephenson, Joe Stephenson

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MANDALAY BAY I, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Heather Kalinowski 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20p Moral Stress in the Veterinary Profession I S28AP Laura Howard Strong, Carrie Jurney, Barry Kipperman 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20p Moral Stress in the Veterinary Profession I S28AP Laura Howard Strong, Carrie Jurney, Barry Kipperman Veterinary Technician.

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PRACTICE MANAGEMENT MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18

+HUMAN RESOURCES  AM

+ACCOUNTING & FINANCE  PM SYMPOSIUM Success Leaves Clues: Opportunities in Practice Ownership

SYMPOSIUM AAHA Healthy Workplace Culture Initiative Symposium

MANDALAY BAY J, LEVEL 2 Moderator: TBA 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Success Leaves Clues: Opportunities in Practice Ownership I S23AP Jessica Trichel, Sarita Vora 1 CE Hour 6:00-6:50p Success Leaves Clues: Opportunities in Practice Ownership II S23BP Jessica Trichel, Sarita Vora

ENTRANCE/EXIT STRATEGIES  PM BREAKERS K, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Cris Chilelli 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Buying a Practice: Avoid These Fatal Mistakes PM08 Karen Felsted

1 CE Hour 6:00-6:50p Team Pay: Show Me the Money! PM18 Heather Romano

SPECIAL PRESENTATION

1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Culture: What Is It & Why Does It Matter S27A Randy Hall 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Culture: Employee engagement & Retention S27B Randy Hall

1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Culture & The Bottom Line S27D Randy Hall

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY  AM

1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Human Resources Power Hour PM15P Amanda Donnelly, Heather Romano 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p How to Manage Team Conflict PM16 Amanda Donnelly

WORKSHOP SURF D, LEVEL 2 2 CE Hours 5:00-6:50p Hiring Architects, Engineers & Contractors for Animal Care Facilities: Costs, Process & Dirty Little Secrets WS06 Scott Learned

1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p The Ultimate Win: Doing Well, by Doing Good SP03A Marty Becker

1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Culture: Defining the One That's Best for Your Practice S27C Randy Hall

BREAKERS H, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Kelly Deselms

HOSPITAL DESIGN  PM

LAGOON H, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Laird Goodman

1 CE Hour 6:00-6:50p Flying Peacocks: Understanding & Supporting the Appropriate Use of Service & Emotional Support Animals SP03B Gale Golab

HUMAN RESOURCES PM

1 CE Hour 6:00-6:50p Veterinary Practices: Who Is Buying/ Selling? PM09 David McCormick

Power Hour

FEBRUARY 18

HUMAN-ANIMAL BOND  PM MANDALAY BAY D, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Amy Johnson

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BREAKERS K, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Cris Chilelli 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Local SEO in 2019: Google Changed Everything PM28 Robert Sanchez 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Story Telling in Web Design PM29 Robert Sanchez

1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Current Strategies for Employee Motivation & Engagement PM17 Amanda Donnelly

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PRACTICE MANAGEMENT INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY  AM

FEBRUARY 18

+PRACTICE MANAGEMENT  PM

INDUSTRY BREAKFAST SEMINAR

EXHIBIT HALL THEATER A, LEVEL 1 Moderator: TBA 1 CE Hour 9:30-10:20a Harness Technology to Streamline Workflow Before, During & After a Visit IS01 Mark Finke, Dermot Jevens, Matt Russell

SYMPOSIUM Nationwide's Annual Veterinary Trends

PRACTICE OPERATIONS  PM

MANDALAY BAY J, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Linda Markland 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Nationwide - Purdue Veterinary Price Index S08 Kerry O'Hara

PRACTICE MANAGEMENT  PM

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY  PM

INDUSTRY PM REFRESH SEMINAR

WORKSHOP SURF D, LEVEL 2 2 CE Hours 2:00-3:50p Modernize Communication Strategies for Your Clients & Your Team WS05 Stacee Santi

MARKETING  AM BREAKERS K, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Cris Chilelli 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a The Psychology of the Buyer’s Journey PM41 Robert Sanchez 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Rewards of Reward Programs PM42 Stacee Santi

1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Communications: The Most Rewarding Part of Your Day PM51 Amanda Donnelly

BREAKERS K, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Cris Chilelli 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Metrics to Strategies: Increasing Revenue PM49 Karen Felsted 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Answers to Your Questions on Veterinary Financing PM54 David McCormick

EXHIBIT HALL THEATER B, LEVEL 1 Moderator: April Gerlicher

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT  AM

1 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p Bonding the Modern Pet Owner: Client Loyalty in the Age of Uber IS06 Andy Roark

WORKSHOP SURF D, LEVEL 2

PRACTICE OPERATIONS  AM

2 CE Hours 7:30-9:20a Discover & Tame Your Inner Critic I WS03 Kimberly Pope-Robinson

BREAKERS H, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Kelly Deselms

WORKSHOP SURF D, LEVEL 2

1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Practice Management 101 - Knowing the Basics PM52 David McCormick

2 CE Hours 10:30-12:20p Discover & Tame Your Inner Critic II WS04 Kimberly Pope-Robinson

1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Managers: How to Work with "Pesky" Owners PM53 David McCormick 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Metrics to Strategies: Increasing Team Productivity PM50 Karen Felsted

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PRACTICE MANAGEMENT

FEBRUARY 18-19

+WELLBEING  PM

+ACCOUNTING & FINANCE  PM

HOSPITAL DESIGN  AM

SYMPOSIUM Health & Wellbeing Symposium

SYMPOSIUM Practice Ownership Symposium

BREAKERS H, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Simon Chavez

MANDALAY BAY J, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Jason Tyson

1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Green Building for Animal Care Facilities I PM12 Scott Learned

OCEANSIDE C, LEVEL 2 Moderator: TBA 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Developing a Health & Wellbeing Approach S14AP Cristin Connor, Scott Mogren 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Success Over Stress: The Turning Point S14B Sandra Berberian 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Maintaining Team Relationships During Times of Conflict S14C Abbie Hathaway

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19 ACCOUNTING & FINANCE  AM BREAKERS H, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Simon Chavez 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Financial Statements: The 3 Numbers That Really Matter PM01 Tera Nance 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Managing Cash Flow PM02 Tera Nance

1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Practice Ownership 101: How to Best Position Yourself Financially for Practice Ownership S12AP Alexandra Iosif, Mariza Martinez

1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Green Building for Animal Care Facilities II PM13 Scott Learned

1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Practice Ownership 201: How to Buy or Start a Practice in Today's Marketplace S12BP Alexandra Iosif, Mariza Martinez

+HOSPITAL DESIGN  PM

ENTRANCE/EXIT STRATEGIES  PM

LAGOON J, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Greg Taylor

BREAKERS H, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Simon Chavez

1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Adding Boarding to Your Veterinary Practice S11A Greg Taylor

1 CE Hour 6:00-6:50p Successful Practice Transitions: When & How Buyers & Sellers Should Prepare PM10P Jason Castner, Ed Guiducci

SYMPOSIUM Boarding in Your Vet Practice & Facility Flooring

1 CE Hour 6:00-6:50p Integrating Kennels & Floors S11BP Jeff Adney, Greg Taylor

ENTRANCE/EXIT STRATEGIES  PM

HUMAN RESOURCES  AM

BREAKERS K, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Michelle Krasicki-Aune

WORKSHOP SURF D, LEVEL 2

1 CE Hour 6:00-6:50p Negotiating with Corporate Buyers PM11P Charlotte Lacroix, David McCormick

2 CE Hours 7:30-9:20a New Generation of Culture WS07 Heather Romano WORKSHOP SURF D, LEVEL 2 2 CE Hours 10:30a-12:20p Profit: If You Can't Count It, Is It Real? WS08 Jason Castner

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FEBRUARY 19

HUMAN RESOURCES  PM

HUMAN RESOURCES  AM

+MARKETING  AM

WORKSHOP SURF D, LEVEL 2

BREAKERS K, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Gary Delfino

2 CE Hours 2:00-3:50p People & Performance: Foundations in Workplace Well-being WS09 Josh Vaisman

1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Recruitment Strategies for 2019 PM19 Louise Dunn

SYMPOSIUM Client Engagement & Clinic Marketing Symposium

WORKSHOP SURF D, LEVEL 2

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY  PM

2 CE Hours 5:00-6:50p Driving Profits Through Workplace Well-being WS10 Josh Vaisman

1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Top Tips to Beat Your Competitors Online S17A Eric Garcia

BREAKERS K, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Michelle Krasicki-Aune

+HUMAN RESOURCES/ PRACTICE OPERATIONS  AM/PM SYMPOSIUM Merck Animal Health Symposium

1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Instagram for Your Veterinary Practice PM30 Eric Garcia 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Major Facebook Updates for 2019 PM31 Eric Garcia

LEGAL ISSUES  PM

MANDALAY BAY D, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Karen Aiken 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a The Big Five Personality: What We Know about DVMs & How You Can Get the Most from Yours S15A Elizabeth Strand, Karen Aiken 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p 10 Steps to Building a Culture of Compliance I S15E Karen Aiken, Andy Roark 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p 10 Steps to Building a Culture of Compliance II S15FP Andy Roark, Dan Markwalder

BREAKERS H, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Simon Chavez 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p 5 Biggest Legal Mistakes in Veterinary Practice PM32 Ed Guiducci 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Veterinary Practice Ownership Agreements: Why Are They Important? PM33 Ed Guiducci 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Hiring, Firing & Retaining Staff PM34 Ed Guiducci

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OCEANSIDE D, LEVEL 2 Moderator: TBA

1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Veterinarians & Video: How to Attract New Clients S17B Michael Huber 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a How to Grow Your Practice by Increasing Client Loyalty S17C Amanda Donnelly 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Creating a Culture of Empowerment: Allowing Your Employees to Help Your Clients & Patients S17D Tracy Dowdy

MARKETING  AM BREAKERS K, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Gary Delfino 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Streamline Your Marketing Efforts PM43P Louise Dunn, Eric Garcia

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PRACTICE MANAGEMENT PRACTICE OPERATIONS  AM BREAKERS K, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Michelle Krasicki-Aune 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Workplace Productivity Killers PM55 Louise Dunn 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Strategic Decision Making Made Easy PM56 Louise Dunn

PRACTICE OPERATIONS  PM INDUSTRY PM REFRESH SEMINAR

EXHIBIT HALL THEATER A, LEVEL 1 Moderator: TBA 1 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p Advanced RX Management Workshop IS11 Dave Nichol, Garret Pachtinger

PRACTICE OPERATIONS  PM BREAKERS K, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Michelle Krasicki-Aune 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Why You Need a Break from Technology! PM57 Eric Garcia

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20

FEBRUARY 19-20 HUMAN RESOURCES  PM

ACCOUNTING & FINANCE  AM BREAKERS H, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Heather Scott 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Internal Controls: An Ounce of Prevention PM03 Jason Castner 1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Everything Counts! Practice Financial Statements & More! PM04 Camala Bailey 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a The 3 Profits of a Practice: Clearing Up the Confusion PM05 Camala Bailey

ETHICS  AM

BREAKERS K, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Isha Buis 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Preventing Workplace Violence PM24 Cyndie Courtney 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p Jerks Anonymous PM25 Cyndie Courtney 1 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p Negotiating Your Employment Contract from a Corporate Consolidator I PM26 Charlotte Lacroix 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Negotiating Your Employment Contract from a Corporate Consolidator II PM27 Charlotte Lacroix

HUMAN RESOURCES  PM

WORKSHOP SURF D, LEVEL 2 2 CE Hours 7:30-9:20a Everyday Ethics in Veterinary Medicine WS11 Robin Brogdon, Shelley Johnson, Linda Markland, John Owens, Rebecca Owens

HUMAN RESOURCES  AM BREAKERS K, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Isha Buis 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a How to Heal the Toxic Team I - Etiology and Impact PM20 Cyndie Courtney

BREAKERS H, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Heather Scott 1 CE Hour 4:00-4:50p What You Should Know About Compensation and Payroll PM22 Camala Bailey 1 CE Hour 5:00-5:50p Behaviors & Communications: Why Employees Are Like a Box of Chocolates PM23 Camala Bailey

1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a How to Heal the Toxic Team II Treatment PM21 Cyndie Courtney

110

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Veterinary Technician.

Practice Management.


PRACTICE MANAGEMENT HUMAN-ANIMAL BOND  AM SPECIAL PRESENTATION

FEBRUARY 20

PRACTICE MANAGEMENT  AM/PM WORKSHOP MANDALAY BAY I, LEVEL 2

SOUTH SEAS E, LEVEL 3 Moderator: Laird Goodman 1 CE Hour 7:30-8:20a Conquering Cultural Conundrums in Veterinary Practice SP04A Zenithson (Zenny) Ng

8 CE Hour 7:30-5:50p USDA Accredited Veterinarian's Workshop WS19 Gary Brickler, Tyler Fields, L. Reed Hall, Jeffrey Lee

1 CE Hour 8:30-9:20a Millennials: The Trampoline Allowing Vet Visits to Bounce Back SP04B Steve Dale

PRACTICE OPERATIONS  AM

1CE Hour 10:30-11:20a Marketing the Human-Animal Bond to Millennials SP04C Eric Garcia 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p The Human-Animal Bond: Your Biggest Profit Center! SP04D Karen Felsted

2 CE Hours 10:30a-12:20p The Road to Success: Reaching Your Practice Potential WS12 Kirk Eddleman

PRACTICE OPERATIONS  AM BREAKERS H, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Heather Scott 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p The Do's and Don'ts of Inventory PM58 Camala Bailey

LEGAL ISSUES  AM BREAKERS K, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Isha Buis 1 CE Hour 10:30-11:20a A Case for Plain English: Drafting Better Forms & Contracts. PM35 John Owens 1 CE Hour 11:30a-12:20p Legal Issues Concerning Pet Ownership PM36 John Owens

Must See.

WORKSHOP SURF D, LEVEL 2

PRACTICE OPERATIONS  PM BREAKERS H, LEVEL 2 Moderator: Heather Scott 1 CE Hour 2:00-2:50p Maximizing Profitability: How to Set Your Fees PM59 Kirk Eddleman 1 CE Hour 3:00-3:50p How to Grow Your Practice: Client Loyalty PM60 Kirk Eddleman

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Veterinary Technician.

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PRACTICE MANAGEMENT ï‚„ SPECIAL SESSIONS WORKSHOPS Title

Time

Location

Session #

Max #

Fee

10:30a-3:50p

Surf D, Level 2

WS01

50

Wag More, Bark Less: Reduce Negativity in Your Hospital

4:00-5:50p

Surf D, Level 2

WS02

Discover & Tame Your Inner Critic I

7:30-9:20a

Surf D, Level 2

Discover & Tame Your Inner Critic II

10:30a-12:20p

Modernize Communication Strategies for Your Clients & Your Team Hiring Architects, Engineers & Contractors for Animal Care Facilities: Costs, Process & Dirty Little Secrets

Level

CE

Instructor(s)

$35

4

Mark Russak

50

$35

2

Karen Purves

WS03

50

$35

2

Kimberly Pope-Robinson

Surf D, Level 2

WS04

50

$35

2

Kimberly Pope-Robinson

2:00-3:50p

Surf D, Level 2

WS05

50

$35

2

Stacee Santi

5:00-6:50p

Surf D, Level 2

WS06

50

$35

2

Scott Learned

7:30-9:20a

Surf D, Level 2

WS07

50

$35

2

Heather Romano

10:30a-12:20p

Surf D, Level 2

WS08

50

$35

2

Jason Castner

People & Performance: Foundations in Workplace Well-being

2:00-3:50p

Surf D, Level 2

WS09

50

$35

2

Josh Vaisman

Driving Profits Through Workplace Well-being

5:00-6:50p

Surf D, Level 2

WS10

50

$35

2

Josh Vaisman

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17 Communication in the Exam Room: Getting the Client to Yes

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19 New Generation of Culture Profit: If You Can't Count It, Is It Real?

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20 7:30-9:20a

Surf D, Level 2

WS11

50

$35

2

Robin Brogdon, Shelley Johnson, Linda Markland, John Owens, Rebecca Owens

10:30a-12:20p

Surf D, Level 2

WS12

50

$35

2

Kirk Eddleman

Everyday Ethics in Veterinary Medicine The Road to Success: Reaching Your Practice Potential

SYMPOSIA Title

Time

Location

Session #

Speaker(s)

2:00-4:50p

Mandalay Bay I, Level 2

S25

Amy Johnson, Jason Stull

AAHA Healthy Workplace Culture Initiative Symposium

7:30a-12:20p

Mandalay Bay D, Level 2

S27

Randy Hall

Health & Wellbeing Symposium

2:00-5:50p

Oceanside C, Level 2

S14

Sandra Berberian, Cristin Connor, Abbie Hathaway, Scott Mogren

Nationwide's Annual Veterinary Trends

2:00-2:50p

Mandalay Bay J, Level 2

S08

Kerry O'Hara

The Future of Animal Welfare

3:00-3:50p

S24

Roger Haston

S34

David Haworth Jessica Trichel, Sarita Vora

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17 AAHA Infection Control, Biosecurity & Prevention Guidelines Symposium

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18

Models for Veterinary Care in Low Income Communities Success Leaves Clues: Opportunities in Practice Ownership

5:00-5:50p

Lagoon J, Level 2 Lagoon J, Level 2

5:00-6:50p

Mandalay Bay J, Level 2

S23

7:30a-12:20p

Oceanside D, Level 2

S17

Merck Animal Health Symposium

7:30a-12:20p & 2:00-3:50p

Mandalay Bay D, Level 2

S15

Practice Ownership Symposium

2:00-3:50p

Mandalay Bay J, Level 2

S12

Alexandra Iosif, Mariza Martinez

Boarding in Your Vet Practice & Facility Flooring

5:00-6:50p

Lagoon J, Level 2

S11

Jeff Adney, Greg Taylor

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19 Client Engagement & Clinic Marketing Symposium

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Amanda Donnelly, Tracy Dowdy, Eric Garcia, Michael Huber Jenifer Chatfield, Susan Little, Dan Markwalder, Andy Roard, Scott Stevenson, Elizabeth Strand

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Practice Management.

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20/20 IMAGING, A DIVISION OF KONICA MINOLTA

DESCRIPTIONS 2738

829 Virginia Rd, Ste A Crystal Lake, IL 60014 US P: 866.734.6234 W: www.2020imaging.net 20/20 Imaging, a division of Konica Minolta, is the leading provider for digital imaging solutions for the veterinary market. 20/20’s portfolio of DR panels along with our software tools tailored to the vet space, use the latest technology for superior image quality. 3M ANIMAL CARE

3914

3M Center, Bldg 223-5N-12 St. Paul, MN 55144-1000 US

Science lies at the heart of everything we do. We apply the right science the right way to touch people worldwide – generating breakthroughs that make their lives better, easier and more complete. 3M Animal Care – providing quality products to the animal health industry for more than four decades! 1402

P: 818.445.3022 W: www.911petchip.com 911PetChip™ sells ISO, 134.2 kHz microchips as low as $6.63 per chip + FREE, Unlimited, Lifetime Registration. BEST combined microchip + Registration PRICE in North America...Bar none! Readable by ANY Universal Scanner. Stop by booth 1402 for a FREE sample of the 911TinyChip™ with a less invasive, 16-gauge needle. 3909

12575 W Bayaud Ave Lakewood, CO 80228 US P: 303.986.2800 W: www.aaha.org AAHA-accredited practices are Champions for Excellent Care. AAHA is the only organization that accredits veterinary practices in the US/ Canada, more than 3,700 veterinary teams are AAHA accredited. Becoming an AAHAaccredited practice makes a difference in the level of care/service you provide, your business success, your practice culture.

ADEQUAN CANINE

1005

12575 W Bayaud Ave Lakewood, CO 80228 US

5 Ramsey Rd Shirley, NY 11967 US

P: 303.986.2800 W: www.aaha.org

P: 800.458.0163 W: www.adequancanine.com

AAHA Press, the publishing arm of the American Animal Hospital Association, is an internationally regarded publisher and distributor of titles for veterinary care providers and pet owners. Specializing in user-friendly references in a variety of formats, AAHA Press publishes materials pertinent to the practice of companion animal medicine.

American Regent Animal Health (formerly Luitpold Animal Health) is committed to advancing animal health with proven FDAapproved products like Adequan® Canine (polysulfated glycosaminoglycan), which has been prescribed for more than 20 years by veterinarians. Adequan Canine can be The difference between feeling better and getting better™. Visit adequancanine.com.

ACT ONLINE TRAINING

1530

ADVANCED MONITORS CORP

Veterinary practices are challenged with developing an effective training program in order to enhance staff productivity and retain employment. ACT Online Training provides industry standard courses to develop the technical and communications skills for every position in the practice, which simplifies training efforts and increases productivity. 1214

P: 858.536.8237 W: www.admon.com AMC sells high quality veterinary medical diagnostic devices. These products make diagnosing pathology easy and simple. The products include the Tele-View® Wireless and Wired Video Otoscopes, the Tele-view USB Endoscopes & Gastroscopes, the Tele-View Dynamic Equine Exercise Endoscopes and the Vet-Temp line of one-second ear and ten-second digital rectal thermometers.

1700 Royston Ln Round Rock, TX 78664 US

ADVANCED VETERINARY ULTRASOUND

P: 800.444.2370 W: www.acttallergy.com

9522 East 47th Pl Tulsa, OK 74145 US

ACTT® Allergy provides complete allergy management, offering testing and treatment solutions that suit the needs of your patients and practice. Whether you prefer serum or skin testing, allergy shots or allergy drops, we're committed to helping you bring allergy relief to your patients, and providing resources to grow your practice.

P: 866.620.2831 W: www.avuetulsa.com

ADDISON BIOLOGICAL LABORATORY, INC

4808

7098 Miratech Dr, #130 San Diego, CA 92121 US

P: 800.357.3182 W: www.stafftraining.4act.com

ACTT ALLERGY

9601 Owensmouth Ave, Ste 17 Chatsworth, CA 91311 US

AAHA - AMERICAN ANIMAL HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION

3808

2701 Hartlee Field Rd Denton, TX 76208 US

P: 800.848.0829 W: www.3m.com/animalcare

911PETCHIP

AAHA PRESS

3614

4140

Advanced Veterinary Ultrasound is your onestop source for new and refurbished ultrasound systems, parts, probes, full service, repairs, and technical assistance. AVU will be offering WVC “show specials” with very attractive prices on a selection of New and Refurbished ultrasound systems and probes. Come see our new wireless ultrasound systems AESCULIGHT

507 N Cleveland Ave Fayette, MO 65248 US

1918

11818 North Creek Pkwy North, Ste. 100 Bothell, WA 98011 US

P: 800.331.2530 W: www.addisonlabs.com Stop by the Addison exhibit to hear from the leaders in zinc technology and see how you can obtain a FREE SAMPLE! Learn why the MAXI/ GUARD line has earned the trust of veterinarians worldwide. Check out our new animal themed neckties and see our fabulous show specials!

Booth#N – Nonprofit.

P: 866.589.2722 W: www.aesculight.com Aesculight strives to perfect laser technology and to excel at helping veterinarians to improve their business, patient care, and clients’ satisfaction. The American-made VetScalpel by Aesculight CO2 lasers can be utilized in virtually all soft-tissue surgical procedures. VetScalpel’s flexible fiber and pen-like, autoclavable handpieces ensures the best surgical dexterity

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EXHIBITOR AGAO PET LLC

715

AKORN

1818

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DESCRIPTIONS

ALLACCEM SANOS

4640

4804 Laurel Canyon Blvd, Ste 1178 Valley Village, CA 91607 US

1925 West Field Court, Ste 300 Lake Forest, IL 60045 US

1300 Industrial Rd, Ste 16 San Carlos, CA 94070 US

P: 310.923.3220 W: www.ezmuzzle.com

P: 800.932.5676 W: www.akornanimalhealth.com

P: 650.593.8700 W: www.allaccem.com

AGAO PET supplies innovative and quality veterinary products to the public and veterinary field alike. Our premiere product, the EZ Muzzle, is the first adjustable muzzle of its kind, and was invented by a veterinarian with your safety, your pet's comfort, and the convenience of muzzling your dog in mind.

We manufacture a full line of human generics and FDA Veterinary approvals. Our areas of focus are: anesthesia, sedation, analgesia, overthe-counter and Rx Opthalmics. We specialize in IsoFlurane, SevoFlurane, sterile injectables, ointments, gels and drops. Products are sold through veterinary distributor partners. For over 45 years, Reliable, Trusted, Predictable!

SANOS gingival dental sealant for after every professional cleaning, VOHC accepted, lasts up to 6 months. OticArmor applied as the last step in your Otitis Externa protocol helps protect the epidermis which is compromised and sensitive to inflammation. CutoGuard long lasting dermatology bandage for incisions, surgical sites, wounds, lesions, hotspots.

ALCHERABIO, PART OF ARGENTA

ALLISON MEDICAL

AHRAM BIOSYSTEMS, INC

1401

1203 Youngdong Technotower, 300-4 Sungsudong 2-ga Seoul, 04794 KR

907

1429

91 Fieldcrest Ave Edison, NJ 08837 US

8091 Shaffer Pkwy Littleton, CO 80127 US

P: +82.2.469.3760 W: www.ahrambio.com

P: 732.205.0192 W: www.alcherabio.com

P: 800.886.1618 W: www.allisonmedical.com

Ahram Biosystems is the leading innovator of the hand-held mobile PCR system, Palm PCR™. Based on its proprietary convection PCR technology, Ahram Biosystems provides ultra-fast mobile MDx platform, including Ultra-fast Mobile Real-time PCR Systems, a portable centrifuge, and related reagents and consumable for on-site tests of various genetic markers.

AlcheraBio is an animal health Contract Research Organization. We are dedicated to helping animal health companies achieve their veterinary clinical trial goals on time, within budget and with high quality data. AlcheraBio is part of Argenta - a full service group with R&D and Manufacturing solutions for animal pharmaceutical companies

Since 1989, AMI has been supplying highquality medical products to veterinarians. The CarePoint product line offers general syringes, TB syringes and 3cc combos in a variety of sizes. Aluminum and poly hub needles are also available, as are U-40 and U-100 insulin syringes and pen needles for diabetic companion animals.

AIV INC

4936

ALFA WASSERMANN DIAGNOSTIC TECHNOLOGIES

902

7485 Shipley Ave Harmans, MD 21077 US

4 Henderson Dr West Caldwell, NJ 07006 US

P: 800.516.1435 W: www.aiv-inc.com/vets

P: 800.220.4488 W: www.alfawassermannus.com

AIV focuses on supporting veterinary facilities with refurbished low cost infusion pumps, repair services, and accessory sales. We are committed to offering high quality products and services. AIV’s major lines of business include recertified infusion pumps sales, pump leases, repair service, preventive maintenance, accessories and power distribution systems.

Alfa Wassermann's Vet Axcel chemistry system uses liquid, ready-to-use reagents, providing an inexpensive alternate to dry chemistry. AWDT benchtop systems meet practice needs by running single or panel tests. With up to 15 patient samples completed per hour, the Vet Axcel provides the ability to conduct testing quickly and accurately.

AKC REUNITE

ALL FOUR PAWS

4923

1926

1295 Walt Whitman Rd Melville, NY 11747 US P: 888.862.4050 W: www.allpro-imaging.com

3240

8051 Arco Corporate Dr Raleigh, NC 27617 US

126 Hart Ave Santa Monica, CA 90405 US

P: 800.252.7894 W: www.akcreunite.org

P: 310.314.7768 W: www.allfourpaws.com

AKC Reunite MICROCHIPS, the Nation's largest nonprofit pet ID and recovery service provider, reuniting lost pets for over 20 years. We provide ISO microchips & universal scanners.  Speak with our team about simplifying your microchip program & uploading lifetime enrollments through your practice software into our 24/7/365 staffed recovery database.

All Four Paws supports families with pets by creating innovative comfort and healing products for dogs and cats. All Four Paws manufactures four products, The Comfy Cone, The Chill Collar, The Comfy Wrap and The Wipe It, sold in over seven countries through retailers and veterinarians.

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ALLPRO IMAGING

ALLPRO Imaging has proven longevity within the healthcare, industrial and security markets by standing behind nearly 50 years of engineered innovations. With thousands of installations worldwide, ALLPRO Imaging is dedicated to providing our customers superior products supported by professional customer relations and expert technical support. AMATHEON, INC.

1215

80 SW 8th St, Ste 2660 Miami, FL 33130 US P: 800.399.8387 W: www.amatheon.com For over 15 years, Amatheon has been the leading Animal Health Distributor of Veterinary Specialty Medications™ in the nation. Our primary focus is to provide specialty hospitals with a full line of brand and generic medications, including controlled substances and hard-tofind medications


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AMERICAN ASSOC OF REHABILITATION VETERINARIANS

DESCRIPTIONS 825

AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL LASER APPLICATIONS 626

13726 W 159th St Homer Glen, IL 60491 US

18070 Raymond Rd Marysville, OH 43040 US

P: 708.966.2600 W: www.rehabvets.org

P: 937.642.9813 W: www.aimla.org

To advance the art and science of veterinary rehabilitation through education, advocacy and a commitment to research.

8301 E Prentice Ave, Ste 300 Greenwood Village, CO 80111 US

AIMLA is the source for online & onsite Veterinary laser therapy education. Discover the latest laser therapy treatment guidelines & protocols, and why proper technique is vital in obtaining consistent clinical results. Veterinarians and Technicians can conveniently earn AAVSB RACE approved CEU's by attending online courses, seminars, & interactive workshops.

P: 303.231.9933 W: www.acvim.org

AMERICAN VETERINARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION

The ACVIM is the certifying organization for veterinary specialists in cardiology, large animal internal medicine, neurology, oncology and small animal internal medicine. To find out more about ACVIM specialists, please visit www. ACVIM.org

1931 N Meacham Rd, Ste 100 Schaumburg, IL 60173 US

AMERICAN COLLEGE OF VETERINARY INTERNAL MEDICINE

926

AMERICAN HERBAL LABS AND NANO HERBS LIGHT 4538 8526 E Garvey Ave Rosemead, CA 91770 US P: 626.307.0928 W: www.newvita.com We offer a simple & effective Veterinary Traditional Chinese Medicine System for your practice. It includes Meridian Energy Analysis, Nano Herbs, Nano Vita Water and acupuncture without needles---Nano Herbs Light . One-day training class, book "CHINESE MEDICINE MADE SIMPLE" are available. Dr. Luke Cua will provide TCM service on site. AMERICAN HOLISTIC VETERINARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION 624 PO Box 630 Abingdon, MD 21009 US P: 410.569.0795 W: www.ahvma.org The American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association (AHVMA) is the mindful leader, elevating the veterinary profession through innovation, education, and advocacy of integrative medicine. The AHVMA Annual Conference is accepted as fulfillment of Continuing Education requirements in many states, is the premier source of post-graduate integrative veterinary medical training worldwide.

3310

1800 Renaissance Blvd Sturtevant, WI 53177 US P: 262.884.2600 W: www.andis.com

4529

P: 800.248.2862 W: www.avma.org The AVMA, founded in 1863, is the world’s oldest and largest veterinary medical organization. Over 89,000 member veterinarians engage in professional activities ranging from private practice to public health. The AVMA is dedicated to advancing the science and practice of veterinary medicine to improve animal and human health. AMERIVET

ANDIS COMPANY

700

203 S St Mary's St San Antonio, TX 78216 US W: www.amerivet.com ANDERSEN PRODUCTS OF CALIFORNIA 4408 3151 Caroline Dr Haw River, NC 27258 US P: 800.524.3455 W: www.anpro.com/ Andersen is the veterinarian’s first choice for table top low temperature Ethylene oxide (EtO) sterilization using flexible chamber technology. Our sterilizers employ a unit dose of 100% EtO, 1/5 smaller than our competitors to complete the same sterilization task at a better price. Protect and extend the life of instruments.

Andis offers a variety of tools for veterinary work ranging from heavy-duty clippers to lightweight trimmers. Andis tools are quiet, maintenance free and run cool, eliminating fans that can blow hair into wounds and incisions. Stop by our booth to see why more veterinarians rely on the quality of Andis. ANDOVER HEALTHCARE, INC

4114

9 Fanaras Dr Salisbury, MA 01952 US P: 978.465.0044 W: www.andoverhealthcare.com Andover Healthcare is a leading manufacturer of high quality cohesive bandages and tapes. Founded in 1976, Andover is committed to new and innovative technology and distributes its products around the world. All Andover products are proudly made in the USA. ANIMAGE, LLC

918

5165 Johnson Dr Pleasanton, CA 94588 US P: 925.416.1900 W: www.animage-llc.com Animage brings 3D imaging to the veterinary community. Products include the all-new and improved FIDEX-FS based on a large dynamic detector panel as well as the LT, a pioneering implementation of digital linear tomography as affordable extension of digital radiography to include the 3rd dimension. Animage is located in California. ANIMAL BLOOD RESOURCES INTERNATIONAL

3836

PO Box 609 Stockbridge, MI 49285 US P: 800.243.5759 W: www.abrint.net/ Animal Blood Resources International (ABRI) is the world leader in providing state-of-the-art veterinary transfusion and animal blood banking products. In business for more than 30 years, ABRI was the first commercial blood bank for cats and dogs. We pride ourselves in always providing the highest quality blood products possible.

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EXHIBITOR ANIXON

1105

3r, Pangyo Global R&D Center, 22l,, Deawangpangyo-ro 712Beon-Gil, Bundang-Gu, Seongnam-si Gyeonggi-do, Kyonggi-do 13488 KR

4142

86 W Juniper Ave Gilbert, AZ 85233 US

WONTECH is a global leading manufacturer of medical laser, Ultra Sound and Radio frequency solutions for the aesthetic and surgical markets. ANIXON is a WONTECH's animal laser brand. ANIXON has special product lines for animal healthcare laser systems, which produce a portfolio of proven and reliable products for Companion animals. 4138

We are a 24-hour Emergency and Critical Care Center that has operated in the valley for over 20 years. We are opening a second location in Peoria, AZ in Fall 2019 and we are looking for DVMs and techs to help us serve more of the valley's patients. ARMINCO INC

4941

45449 Severn Way, Ste 155 Sterling, VA 20166 US P: 703.430.6669 W: wwww.armincoinc.com

P: 732.345.5400 W: www.ansell.com

Arminco Inc. is a design, architectural, construction, and dental equipment & supply company integrated with highly experienced and creative professionals specializing in dental, veterinary, and medical practices

ARATANA THERAPEUTICS, INC.

ARTHREX VET SYSTEMS

11400 Tomahawk Creek Pkwy, Ste 340 Leawood, KS 66211 US P: 913.353.1000 W: www.aratana.com Aratana Therapeutics is a pioneer in pet therapeutics, delivering safe and effective therapeutics that elevate the standard of care in veterinary medicine. ARBOR DAY FOUNDATION

823

211 N 12th St Lincoln, NE 68508 US

The Arbor Day Foundation created the Trees for Pets program as a way for clinics & hospitals to honor their clients' pets in a way that will live on for years to come - by planting a tree in honor of each pet they care for in a National Forest.

Booth#N – Nonprofit.

Arthrex Vet Systems (AVS), a division of Arthrex, Inc., provides veterinary surgical solutions, education opportunities and research investments designed to improve animal health. In collaboration with leading veterinary surgeons, AVS develops innovative products and techniques in the categories of cartilage resurfacing, ligament stabilization, orthobiologics and more. ASAN PHARM CO., LTD.

703

22-26, Gieopdanji-ro, Gongdo-eup, Anseong-si Gyeonggi-do, 17551, KR

Asan Pharm have over 45years history in diagnostic field and developping various product for human and animal. We have 14 domestic branch and exporting products to 18 countries. Recently we develop semi-quantitative device reader, so that client can read accurate and objective test result and provide more reliable result.

Vet Detective Participant.

1306

6625 The Corners Pkwy, Ste 500 Norcross, GA 30092 US

From veterinary technician to dog obedience trainer and more, Ashworth College is your choice for flexible, affordable, online training! Content delivered via online, interactive lessons allows you to study when and where it makes sense for your schedule so you can reach your potential in the booming pet care industry. ASPCA ANIMAL POISON CONTROL CENTER

822

P: 217.722.8265 W: www.aspca.org/poison The ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center (APCC), a nonprofit organization established in 1978, is the best resource for any animal poison related emergency. The ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center now includes a full staff of veterinarians, including board-certified toxicologists, certified veterinary technicians and veterinary assistants. ASPCA PET HEALTH INSURANCE

P: 800.933.7001 W: www.arthrexvetsystems.com

P: 82 31 656 5991 W: www.asanpharm.com

P: 402.601.8231 W: www.arborday.org/animalpros

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2204

1370 Creekside Blvd Naples, FL 34108 US

3729

ASHWORTH COLLEGE

1717 S Philo Rd, Ste 36 Urbana, IL 61802 US

111 Wood Ave S, Ste 210 Iselin, NJ 08830 US

Ansell manufactures a wide range of protective solutions for healthcare professionals and patients alike, providing a portfolio of synthetic and natural rubber latex surgical and examination gloves and other personal protective products. The SANDEL brand encompasses innovative products focused on addressing and eliminating safety issues for patients and healthcare staff.

DESCRIPTIONS

P: 800.957.5412 W: www.ashworthcollege.edu

P: 480.497.0222 W: www.azervets.com

P: +827087303358 W: www.anixonlaser.com

ANSELL

ARIZONA VETERINARY EMERGENCY & CRITICAL CARE CENTER

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2112

1208 Massillon Rd, Ste G-200 Akron, OH 44306 US P: 877.738.2677 W: www.aspcapetinsurance.com/vets Help your patients and practice thrive with our Complete CoverageSM Plan. It offers added coverage, simplified payouts, and more! Stop by our booth to see how it can help your pet patients and practice thrive. To set up a Lunch and Learn for your team, call 877-738-2677 or visit aspcapetinsurace.com/vets. ASPIRE

3908

13420 Reese Blvd W Huntersville, NC 28078 US P: 828.610.5789 W: www.aspirevet.com Aspire online learning provides proven, video-guided solutions for management and leadership challenges tailored specifically to veterinary professionals. You’ll learn step-bystep practical strategies and solutions that will help you build a thriving culture and create the practice you’ve been dreaming of.


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ASSISI ANIMAL HEALTH

DESCRIPTIONS 4441

AUXILIARY TO THE AVMA

3442

AVMA LIFE

4329

80 Blake Blvd, Unit 3643 Pinehurst, NC 28374 US

1931 North Meacham Rd, Ste 100 Schaumburg, IL 60173 US

1200 E Glen Ave Peoria Heights, IL 61616 US

P: 415.814.2460 W: www.assisianimalhealth.com

P: 817.235.6702 W: www.avmaaux.org

P: 800.621.6360 W: www.avmalife.org

Assisi Animal Health offers patented, targeted, pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF™) technology—non-invasive, non-pharmaceutical anti-inflammatory devices (NPAID®) proven in veterinary clinical trials. Assisi’s prescription products, with its Clinical Use Guide, reduce inflammation and pain while accelerating healing. Visit us to learn about the Assisi Loop® and the Assisi Loop Lounge™.

Kritters Korner is a charming boutique with veterinary & animal gifts. Auxiliary to the AVMA celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2017. Proceeds go towards funding our mission: to assist the advancement of the science & art of veterinary medicine, & to strengthen communication among those associated with the veterinary profession.

Since its establishment in 1957, the AVMA LIFE Trust has offered veterinarian-inspired coverage. We align insurance benefits with your needs to help you save money and protect your family. AVMA LIFE insurance plans include disability, life, accidental death and dismemberment, hospital indemnity, professional overhead expense, basic protection, and long-term care.

ASSOCIATED ENDOSCOPY, INC.

4940

45 E Saint Joseph S Arcadia, CA 91006 US

AEI specializes in the sale and repair of all brands of flexible and rigid endoscopes, video processors, cameras, light sources, endoscopic instruments and accessories. Ask about our expertly reconditioned endoscopy systems and our exclusive Vet-Go EndoCart -- a rugged mobile unit customized for the easy transport of your endoscopy equipment. 2210

20085 Lost Arrowheard Dr Monument, CO 80132-8015 US P: 877.727.8374 W: www.asteris.biz Asteris is a leading provider of PACS, RIS, and HIS technology solutions. Designed by veterinarians for veterinarians, our Keystone software offers a unique, patented approach to digital image management, viewing, sharing, and reporting. Our solution will allow you to focus on premier patient care rather than the technology it requires. AUTOELEX CO., LTD

2134

4350 Mainway Burlington, ON L7L 5R7 CA

904

Aventix specializes in veterinary Ophthalmology, Dermatology, Nutritionals and Diagnostics. A leader in the veterinary ophthalmic marketplace, OPTIXCARE® is the #1 most trusted brand for non-prescription ophthalmic products. Our Dermoscent® line helps improve skin health & well-being of companion animals. VacciCheck® provides affordable and accurate antibody titer testing in clinic. AVIAN & EXOTIC ANIMAL CLIN PATH LABS

AVMA PLIT

4429

PO Box 1629 Chicago, IL 60690 US

P: 905.332.4744 W: www.aventix.ca

P: 626.340.6955 W: www.aeiscopes.com

ASTERIS, INC.

AVENTIX

4108

P: 800.228.7548 W: www.avmaplit.com AVMA PLIT delivers the most complete and supportive professional insurance program available to veterinarians. The PLIT’s comprehensive program gives you the protection you need throughout your career. This includes professional liability, license defense, and business insurance policies with unique terms and provisions tailored to veterinarians, giving you greater protection. AZULE PET URNS

2130

2712 N US Hwy 68 Wilmington, OH 45177 US

1057 Commercial Ct San Jose, CA 95112 US

P: 937.383.3347 W: www.avianexoticlab.com

P: 408.453.8020 W: www.azulepeturns.com

Our dedicated staff are focused exclusively on the needs of birds, reptiles and exotic small mammals and the challenges that sample volume and condition brings. With 34+ years experience we are an ideal partner for you and your exotic patients. Stop by for our microscope challenge and enter to win!

B+L CREMATION SYSTEMS, INC.

AVID IDENTIFICATION SYSTEMS

B&L Cremation Systems, Inc. is a world leader in the manufacturing of human and animal cremation equipment. All of our crematories, incinerators, small products & accessories are made in the USA in our manufacturing plant in Largo, Florida. We set the standard which others attempt to follow.

2008

218 Sangdong-ro Gimnae, Kyongsang-namdo 50805 KR

3185 Hamner Ave Norco, CA 92860 US

P: 82 55 337 2561 W: www.autoelex.com

P: 951.371.7505 W: www.avidid.com

AUTOELEX is trying to be the top of the world with the best quality, technology, marketing, customer appreciation. We will be the leader of this business with the future oriented plans which will show us how to adapted in the swift current business environment.

AVID has a variety of solutions for implementing a microchip and scanning program at your vet clinic or facility. From our patented microchips and scanners to our world-class pet recovery service, AVID provides the necessary products and services for a successful recovery and increase return-to-owner rates in your community.

Booth#N – Nonprofit.

1002

7205 114th Ave N Largo, FL 33773 US P: 800.622.5411 W: www.blcremationsystems.com

Vet Detective Participant.

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EXHIBITOR BANFIELD PET HOSPITAL

2929

BDA ARCHITECTURE / CMP, INC

4409

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DESCRIPTIONS

BEYOND INDIGO PETS

2434

18101 SE 6th Way Vancouver, WA 98683 US

901 Lamberton Pl NE Albuquerque, NM 87107 US

795 Kadler Ave NE Hanover, MN 55341 US

P: 866.894.7927 W: www.banfield.com

P: 505.858.0180 W: www.bdaarc.com

P: 877.244.9322 W: www.beyondindigopets.com

Banfield has become the largest veterinary care practice in the world. In 2007, we joined Mars, Inc., and, today, have more than 1,000 hospitals across the U.S. and Puerto Rico. We offer a full range of comprehensive medical services, computerized medical records and preventive care plans for pets.

BDA Architecture/CMP, Inc. specializes exclusively in Building Design for Animals. We offer planning, design and construction of animal care facilities. With over 900 completed animal care facility projects from neighborhood clinics to large scale vet hospitals, boarding facilities to adoption shelters, we bring our experience and expertise to you.

Beyond Indigo is the gold standard for websites & online marketing. Our marketing drives new revenue through websites that are modern and 100% mobile-friendly, Adwords, Search Engine Optimization, Facebook Targeted Marketing, Social Media campaigns, Logos and Brand refreshes. Stop by booth 1227 for a consultation and to learn more.

BENEFICIAL EQUIPMENT FINANCE CORP

BIO-TECHNE

BANK OF AMERICA MERCHANT SERVICES

614

8011 Villa Park Dr, 2nd Fl B-Building Richmond, VA 23228 US

165 Pottstown Pike Chester Springs, PA 19425 US

P: 855.833.3614 W: www.merch.bankofamerica.com BANK OF AMERICA PRACTICE SOLUTIONS

4918

P: 800.360.0667 W: w ww.bankofamerica.com/practicesolutions Bank of America Practice Solutions specializes in financing for new and existing veterinary practices providing loans for equipment, practice sales/acquisitions, relocations, expansions, remodeling, new practice start-ups, refinancing, business debt consolidation, owner occupied commercial real estate & more. Visit our booth or call (800) 360-0667 to discuss your specific financing needs. 3118

PO Box 390 Shawnee Mission, KS 66201 US P: 800.255.6517 W: www.bayerdvm.com Bayer Animal Health aims to discover, develop, manufacture, and market products that will improve animal health worldwide. Bayer equips companion animal veterinarians with industry recognized endoparasiticide, ectoparasiticide, anti-infective, pain management, dermatology, and nutritional supplement products.

118

Booth#N – Nonprofit.

Let BEFC be your partner for financing your capital equipment purchases. We are a subsidiary of Beneficial Bank and can assure you that you are getting the most competitive rates in the market. Our objective is to create payment options that best meet your cash flow objectives. BENEPET CO., LTD

2735

7 Jackson Rd Devens, MA 01434 US

Bio-Techne empowers researchers and professionals in Life Sciences and Clinical Diagnostics by providing high-quality reagents, controls, instruments, custom manufacturing, and testing services. Our family of brands creates a unique portfolio of products and services. We are proud to offer Paratest, an exciting, innovative, diagnostic advancement for veterinary parasitology! BIONOTE INC.

No68, Sec 3, Nanjing E Rd, Zhongshan Dist, Taipai City, Taipei 10489 TW

Benepet’s mission is to continuously improve the quality and efficiency of Veterinary clinical treatment. Benepet has introduced the fully automated peritoneal dialysis machine designed specifically for veterinary use. Not only improves outcomes for pets requiring peritoneal dialysis but also significantly reduces the labor and cost of such treatments. 3843

P: 82.70.4066.6702 W: www.bionote.co.kr/eng/#anchor1/1 BIONOTE is global market player of in-vitro veterinary diagnostic products(Rapid Test, ELISA, PCR) and medical devices(Vcheck, immunofluorescence analyzer). BIONOTE delivers innovative and creative solutions for improving their veterinary healthcare. BIONOTE has own automated facility to manufacture a wide range of high quality products.

5001 Angel Canyon, Attn: Clinic Kanab, UT 84741 US

BIOVISION VETERINARY ENDOSCOPY LLC

P: 435.644.2001 W: www.bestfriends.org

2525 15th St, Unit 1A Denver, CO 80211 US

Best Friends Animal Society is the only national nonprofit animal welfare organization focused exclusively on ending the killing of dogs and cats in America's shelters. A leader in the no-kill movement, we run the nation's largest no-kill sanctuary for companion animals and we have regional centers around the United States.

P: 303.225.0960 W: www.biovisionvet.com

Vet Detective Participant.

4924

34, Samsung 1ro 4-gil, Hawseong-si Hwaseong-Si, Kyonggi-do 18449 KR

P: +886277083899 W: www.benepet.com/home-en

BEST FRIENDS ANIMAL SOCIETY

4740

P: 978.772.7070 W: www.theparatest.com

P: 484.348.6815 W: www.thebeneficial.com/leasing

600 N Cleveland Ave, Ste 300 Westerville, OH 43082 US

BAYER HEALTHCARE

2212

3810

Biovision offers compact, user-friendly, hightech endoscopic and arthroscopic surgical and diagnostic solutions that are minimally invasive with less pain and faster recovery. Our systems scale to multiple applications, from exam room diagnostic otoscopy to therapeutic laparoscopy and diagnostic needle arthroscopy for animals of almost any size.


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BLACK DIAMOND RADIO

DESCRIPTIONS 1000

13900 E Florida Ave, Ste C Aurora, CO 80012 US

BOEHRINGER INGELHEIM ANIMAL HEALTH

3418, 400

3902 Gene Field Rd St. Joseph, MO 64506 US

P: 850.863.2688 W: www.customearpiece.com We offer the easiest most comfortable cost efficient instant communication system available! Communicate between your entire staff with a touch of a button. Our large Pushto-Talk button will allow you to transmit with the back of your wrist--Communication without Contamination! Stop by Booth# 1000 for our trade show specials!

Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica, Inc. is dedicated to developing and manufacturing safe and effective products for the veterinary industry. Our portfolio of products include Metacam®, Vetmedin®, and ProZinc™, as well as Bronchi-Shield ORAL®, Duramune®, Fel-O-Vax®, Fel-O-Guard®, and ULTRA™ Duramune® and ULTRA™ Fel-O-Vax® lines of vaccines.

BLUE BUFFALO COMPANY

BOVIE MEDICAL CORPORATION

1221

11 River Rd Wilton, CT 06897 US

3034 Owen Dr Antioch, TN 37013 US

P: 888.323.BLUE W: www.bluebuffalo.com/vet

P: 800.251.3000 W: www.BovieVet.com

Developed by veterinarians and animal nutritionists to nutritionally manage pets’ specific medical conditions, the BLUE Natural Veterinary Diet™ formulas are available for dogs and cats, exclusively through veterinarians. BLUE Natural Veterinary Diet formulas offer the efficacy veterinarians demand, in well-balanced, natural therapeutic formulas. For more information visit TrueBLUEVets.com

Bovie Animal Health is a U.S.-based manufacturer offering a full line of Electrosurgical Generators ranging from 120 to 300 watts for use in the veterinary space. Bovie also offers an extensive line of reusable handpieces, electrodes, cryosurgical devices, lighting, and battery-operated cauteries for your animal health practice.

BLUE RIVER PETCARE

1102

200 W Monroe St, Ste 1802 Chicago, IL 60606 US

Blue River PetCare is an owner and operator of a number of high quality veterinary practices across the United States. Come explore our career opportunities or learn more about selling your practice. BLUEPEARL VETERINARY PARTNERS

2211

2950 Busch Lake Blvd Tampa, FL 33614 US P: 813.936.8809 W: www.bluepearlvet.com BluePearl Vet is a national provider of specialty and emergency veterinary care. Our rapidly growing company operates more than 70 hospitals in over 23 states. BluePearl combines cutting-edge medicine with compassion and respect for pets and their families. Our mission: Enriching lives through remarkable care for sick pets.

10136 Cherokee Rd Richmond, VA 23235 US

BTS helps veterinary owners maximize price and minimize taxes when selling. We organize and simultaneously market practice groups nationally. We assist veterinarians in planning customized sales with appropriate buyers at appropriate terms, implementing these with your advisors. BTS has transacted over $1B of veterinary and tax-deferred transactions over 18 years. CALICO FINANCIAL

1938

15 E Ridge Pike, Ste 220 Conshohocken, PA 19428 US

BOWIE INTERNATIONAL, LLC

3736

313 S Hancock St, PO Box 123 Lake City, IA 51449 US P: 800.831.0960 W: www.bowieintl.com

P: 312.637.1811 W: www.blueriverpetcare.com

3940

P: 804.334.7387 W: www.businesstransitionservices.us

W: www.bi-vetmedica.com/

1322

BUSINESS TRANSITION SERVICES

Bowie and Porta-Vet set the standard for excellence in mobile veterinary clinics. These innovative industry leaders combine over 109 years of experience serving the veterinary industry worldwide. We offer a full line of clinics including insert, SUV and chassis mount models with 15 different models to choose from. BSL CO.,LTD.

1100

6-13, Chilsan-ro 237beon-gil, Gimhae-si Gyeongsangnam-do, KR P: 82.55.328.9235 W: www.biosl.com BSL was established in 2013 by exports having more than fifteen-year experience in medical product development. BSL especially focuses on the fat tissue which has a strong power to recover and regenerate the human body and animal. Our long-term experience and technology enable us to make innovative products for the automatic stem cell isolation system.

Booth#N – Nonprofit.

P: 877.629.3046 W: www.faclicofinancial.com CAMPBELL PET COMPANY

4725

PO BOX 122 Brush Prairie, WA 98606 US P: 360.892.1267 W: www.campbellpet.com Since 1984, Campbell Pet Company has been providing Pet Care Professionals with smart, common sense products designed to help improve the quality of their services, workplaces and, ultimately, their businesses. See for yourself in Booth 4725. CAPITALSOURCE

1202

5404 Wisconsin Ave, Second Floor Chevy Chase, MD 20815 US P: 402.993.9980 W: www.capitalsource.com/wvc19 CapitalSource Small Business Lending delivers a one-stop financing solution for established and new veterinarians who are looking to purchase, refinance, acquire or construct a practice. We offer competitive loan terms ranging from $500,000 up to $15,000,000. Get your practice moving forward, contact us or visit booth 1202. CAPNA

1705

900 Grier Dr Las Vegas, NV 89119 US P: 702.331.2672 W: www.capna.com CAPNA is a national group of high-quality companion animal practices with over 80 hospitals in 24 states that continues to strive to improve the practice of medicine and surgery. We are committed to building financially successful practices that better meet the needs of the clients and their pets.

Learning Lounge Sponsor.

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EXHIBITOR CARDCONNECT

1210

CHI INSTITUTE

2010

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DESCRIPTIONS

CLAYPAWS KITS

819

317 N Racine Ave Chicago, IL 60607 US

9650 W Hwy 318 Reddick, FL 32686 US

134 W Harvard St, Ste 5 Fort Collins, CO 80525 US

P: 877.211.2828 W: www.cardconnect.com

P: 352.591.5385 W: www.tcvm.com

P: 888.271.8444 W: www.veterinarywisdom.com

The Chi Institute is a leading education provider of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM). We have proudly graduated over 7,000 licensed veterinarians from 55 countries and regions around the world.

ClayPaws® Kits from Veterinary Wisdom® have been the leading choice of thousands of veterinary teams around the world for over 20 years. Our proprietary ClayPaws® Clay formula makes intricately detailed paw prints that are permanent, always affordable, and inspire client loyalty at the most vulnerable time in the veterinary-client relationship.

CARECREDIT

4734, 4934

2995 Red Hill Ave, Ste 100 Costa Mesa, CA 92626 US P: 800.300.3046 W: www.carecredit.com The CareCredit healthcare credit card, accepted by 20,000 veterinary practices, helps families manage veterinary costs. When your hospital accepts CareCredit, clients can make monthly payments (subject to credit approval), making it easier to complete recommended treatment. Visit us at WVC booth #4734 or go to carecredit. com. CBD BIOVET INC.

3238

8 Villose Ridge Dr Calgary, AB T3Z 1H2 CA P: 403.827.6227 W: www.cbdbiovet.com CENTAUR RECRUITMENT

1412

CHISON MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.

2106

CLIENTRAX

No 9 Xinhuihuan Rd, Xinwu District Wuxi, Jiangsu 214028 CN

3347 McDowell Rd Grove City, OH 43123 US

P: +008651085271308 W: www.chison.com Chison Medical Technologies Co., Ltd. is one of the world's leading manufacturers for ultrasound systems. With its know-how of transducer design, strong technical force of modern biomedical engineering, software & electronics, CHISON has specialized in the development & manufacturing of high quality ultrasound systems for 20 years with FDA certification in USA. CHRISTIAN VETERINARY MISSION

1026

P: 614.875.2245 W: www.clientrax.com A premier Veterinary Practice Management software that is simple to learn, yet packed with powerful features such as reminder-recalls, invoicing, histories, accounts receivable, statements, Rx Labels, inventory, referrals, medical records with digital interfaces, appointments, boarding, over 100 reports, more! ClienTrax also provide PACS, digital imaging, cloud backups, and antivirus protection!

Willand Cullompton, England EX15 GB

19303 Fremont Ave N Seattle, WA 98133 US

CLINICAL ANIMAL BEHAVIOR CONFERENCE

P: 888.444.6483 W: www.centaur-recruitment.com

P: 206.546.7569 W: www.cvmusa.org

3055 NW Yeon Ave PMB 8 Portland, OR 97210 US

Centaur Recruitment are a Veterinary Recruitment specialist with positions across the United States. We work with corporate companies with 400+ locations, single location private practices and 24/7 hospitals. Our service is FREE to candidates and our website is regularly updated with available jobs, so take a look - www.centaur-recruitment.com!

Christian Veterinary Mission (CVM) is a fellowship of Christian veterinarians, veterinary students, technicians, and those of allied interest who are committed to living their faith out through their profession. CVM staff and volunteers serve in developing countries around the world as well as here in the United States.

P: 971.319.3214 W: www.animalbehaviorconference.com

CEVA ANIMAL HEALTH

2528

8735 Rosehill Rd, Ste 300 Lenexa, KS 66215 US P: 800.999.0297 W: www.ceva.us Ceva Animal Health offers a growing line of products to meet the health needs of companion animals, poultry, and swine. Ceva’s portfolio of companion animal products includes the Vectra® line of parasiticides, the pheromone products Adaptil® and Feliway®, Douxo® dermatology products and TRP-Tri-Cox®. Visit www.ceva.us.

120

Booth#N – Nonprofit.

CLARIUS MOBILE HEALTH

802

350-3605 Gilmore Way Burnaby, BC V5G 4X5 CA

3743

The Clinical Animal Behavior Conference (presented by AVSAB, SVBT, and AVBT) features experts in the fields of veterinary and animal behavior providing current, scientifically based education that is appropriate and clinically applicable for the entire veterinary behavior team. CLIPPER DISTRIBUTING

P: 778.800.9975 W: www.clarius.com

1302 S 59th St St. Joseph, MO 64507 US

Clarius is the only handheld wireless ultrasound machine that doesn’t compromise on image quality. It offers high-resolution ultrasound images that are as good as the best traditional VET ultrasound systems. Clarius handheld ultrasound scanners wirelessly connect to most iOS and Android smart devices. Learn more by visiting us at www.clarius.com/vet.

P: 816.364.5777 W: www.clipperdist.net

Learning Lounge Sponsor.

3313

2334

Clipper Distributing works with multiple suppliers to bring animal health products to veterinarians through our network of distributors. We distribute a wide variety of products from some of the largest names in the veterinary market to niche products, including our Phoenix-labeled line, which delivers namebrand quality at more affordable prices.


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CLOROX HEALTHCARE

DESCRIPTIONS 2038

CORE IMAGING

1834

3611 St Johns Bluff S, Ste #1 Jacksonville, FL 32224 US

4485 Plainfield Ave, Ste 105 Grand Rapids, MI 49525 US

P: 800.638.2625 W: www.cloroxhealthcare.com

P: 877.908.2673 W: www.core-imaging.com

Clorox Healthcare understands that safeguarding veterinary medicine and pet care environments requires advanced and evolving solutions. We offer a broad range of innovative disinfectants like bleach, hydrogen peroxide, and enhanced UV technology, as well as cleaning and odor removal products and hand hygiene solutions designed for the needs of healthcare.

From our ground breaking mobile X-Ray system to our high resolution digital ultrasound, Core Imaging has a solution to meet your imaging needs. We are the exclusive source for Philips x-ray and ultrasound products. We’ll work with you to choose a solution that best fits your practice needs.

COLTENE

1910

235 Ascot Pkwy Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44223 US P: 800.221.3046 W: www.coltene.com

3533

101 Lukens Dr, Ste A New Castle, DE 19720 US P: 302.709.0408 W: www.companionanimalhealth.com

COMPANION PROTECT

1706

10950 El Monte, Ste 120 Overland Park, KS 66211 US P: 800.304.9930 W: www.companionprotect.com/ Companion Protect™ is a US based company committed to providing the highest quality of health care coverage for pets. With an innovative and experienced team of industry experts, we focus on providing pet parents with affordable, comprehensive and simple coverage options for the four-legged members of their family

50 Methodist Hill Dr, Ste 600 Rochester, NY 14623 US

804

P: 800.889.4184 W: www.celasers.com/veterinary Cutting Edge Laser Technologies offers a full line of Surgical and Therapy lasers for the progressive practitioner. Our packages include state-of-the-art equipment, unparalleled education and training and world-class service. Visit booth 2838 to learn how you can integrate these exciting technologies into your practice today. DAEUN MEDICAL

P: 716.770.8818 W: www.corteldesign.com

#1404 & 1405, 122, Jomaru-ro385beon-gil, Bucheon-si Gyunggi-do, KR 1624

54B Club St Singapore, 069431 CN P: 656.438.2070 W: www.credobiomed.com Focusing on research and development of revolutionary diagnostic technologies since 2011, Credo Biomedical Pte. Ltd. develops, manufactures, and commercializes an accurate, rapid and affordable molecular diagnostic platform at the Point-Of-Care: the CREDO CUBE. CRESILON INC

Companion Animal Health brings the most advanced technologies in pain management, rehabilitation, diagnostics, and regenerative medicine. Whether your goals are to heal and reduce pain, regenerate and repair tissues, diagnose and record treatment success, or provide rehabilitative modalities, Companion has a solution that will benefit your patients and your practice.

1934

2938 Kulp Rd Edan, NY 14057 US

CREDO BIOMEDICAL PTE. LTD

Coltene offers a wide range of products for the veterinary market which includes our GuttaFlow® Obturation system with specialty GuttaFlow tips; Composite restorative material, Alpen Speedster Extraction burs and a wide variety of Alpen rotary instruments to facilitate any dental procedures and ease of extraction. COMPANION ANIMAL HEALTH BY LITECURE

CORTEL DESIGNS LOUPES

CUTTING EDGE LASER TECHNOLOGIES

1211

122 18th St Brooklyn, NY 11215 US P: 973.591.4139 W: www.cresilon.com When directly applied to the source of bleeding, VETIGEL™ rapidly adheres to the wound-site and stops the flow of bleeding by creating a mechanical barrier. Thus allowing the body to build a strong, natural clot without the need for applied pressure. For additional information visit www.cresilon.com CRYOPROBE

2110

1201

P: +82.10.3746.4864 W: www.daeunmed.com DAEUN Medical was founded in 2010 to supply wound healing products without side effects to the patients. No. 1 company manufacturing and providing wound healing products based on natural substances in Korea. A leader of skin regeneration and wound care business in Korea. DAN SCOTT & ASSOCIATES, INC.

3208

5188 Hoovergate Ln Westerville, OH 43082 US P: 614.890.0370 W: www.danscottandassociates.com We market and distribute veterinary equipment with a special focus on Ophthalmic Telemedicine and Tonometry, Cryosurgery, Blood Pressure Screening, Critical Care Monitoring and Patient Warming, Continuous Glucose Monitoring, and Hematology and Electrolyte Analyzer. Please visit our booth and see the new CryoAlpha and D-EYE, a portable ophthalmoscope for your smartphone! DECHRA VETERINARY PRODUCTS

3133

7015 College Blvd, Ste 525 Overland Park, KS 66211 US

4055 Faber Place Dr, Ste 115 N. Charleston, SC 29405 US

P: 913.327.0015 W: www.dechra-us.com

P: 888.248.2838 W: www.ho-equipments.com/

Dechra’s companion animal portfolio focuses on endocrinology, dermatology, ophthalmology, anesthesia, fluid therapy, pain management and joint health. Dechra offers VETORYL® Capsules (trilostane), ZYCORTAL® Suspension (desoxycorticosterone pivalate injectable suspension), and FELIMAZOLE® (methimazole) Coated Tablets in our endocrine portfolio. Dechra’s equine line includes OSPHOS® (clodronate injection), and Orthokine® vet irap.

The CryoProbe is an innovative, efficient and portable cryosurgical device which treats skin lesions with pinpoint accuracy and with extreme control over the procedure. No anesthesia, little to no pre-operative skin preparation or postoperative care is needed. The CryoProbe easily adapts to every lesion regardless shape or size

Booth#N – Nonprofit.

Hands-on Lab Sponsor.

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EXHIBITOR DELMARVA 2000

4933

DENTSPLY SIRONA, INC.

3841

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DESCRIPTIONS

DIAMONDBACK DRUGS

3812

21 Shay Ln Milton, DE 19968 US

3030 47th Ave, Ste 500 Long Island City, NY 11101 US

7631 E Indian School Rd Scottsdale, AZ 85251 US

P: 302.645.2226 W: www.delmarva2000.com

P: 877.724.4258 W: www.vet.schickbysirona.com

P: 866.646.2223 W: www.diamondbackdrugs.com

For more than 20 years Delmarva has provided quality equipment and superior customer service. Our signature dental units and HFR surgical unit are a must see! Stop by and demo our VANTAGE PLUS… LED scaler and motor hand pieces.

Schick 33 and Elite sensors offer sharp image quality, image customization, replacement sensor cables , comprehensive warranties and custom reports. HeliodentPLUS dental X-ray generator available in multiple configurations with 60/70 kV, 7mA and 0.4mm focal spot. HeliodentPLUS comes with a standard two year comprehensive warranty extendable to five.

Great care, delivered. That’s our promise to you and to your clients. Wedgewood Pharmacy and Diamondback Drugs have partnered to provide you with a wider compounded preparation selection, faster shipping, industry-leading quality, and even better service. Stop by booths 1722 and 3812 to learn more! 

DERMAZOO / OTOPET-USA

DIGATHERM, LLC

DEMANDFORCE

2011

909 North Pacific Coast Highway, 11th Flr El Segundo, CA 90245 US P: 310.280.5229 W: www.demandforce.com Demandforce is a complete patient communications solution for veterinarians that offers easy to use scheduling software, appointment reminders and confirmations, custom email marketing, online reputation management and more. Connect directly to your customers with Demandforce. DENTAL FOCUS, LLC

4826

PO Box 454 Neshanic Station, NJ 08853 US

Dental Focus, LLC. Supplier of Veterinary Dental X-Ray Equipment and Dental Tables. X-Mind Unity with Sopix Inside will activate and stop the generator. Sopix is the only digital sensor that never over exposes with highest detail every time. Introducing our new Cone Beam CT, called the Vet-Cat! DENTALAIRE

2424

17742 Mitchell N, Ste B Irvine, CA 92614 US P: 800.866.6881 W: www.dentalaire.com Dentalaire Products is your single source for all dental needs. Our products also include Digital Dental Imaging systems, customizable air-sourced dental machines, instrumentation, restorative, endodontic and consumable products. Our R&D department strives to bring the DTX Digital X-Ray system the latest in technology with unlimited support and software upgrades.

122

Booth#N – Nonprofit.

4540

8909 Iverleigh Ct Potomac, MD 20854 US

5950 SW 1st Ln Ocala, FL 34474 US

P: 866.374.0897 W: www.dermazoo.com

P: 855.727.9939 W: www.digatherm.com/

DermaZoo has a full dermatology and dental line of pharmaceuticals. Glycozoo line (shampoo & otic) utilizes Glycolic and Boric acids. TrisOphtho wipes prevent tear stains, safe around eye. TrisDent line utilizes Chlorhexidine Gluconate and TrisEDTA, now available TrisDent Dental Treats. Affordable high quality video-otoscopes at OtoPet-USA.com (formerly MedRx).

Digatherm, LLC. provides technology advancements in Veterinary Digital Thermal Imaging for use on all species. We have continued updates in IR Flash Pro Vet Specific Software for ease on integrating this valuable tool in your practice. Digatherm's system is the solution for screening all patients that cannot communicate their symptoms.

DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING SYSTEMS, INC.

P: 908.968.3553 W: www.dentalfocus.biz

2934

2124

2325 E St Charles St Rapid City, SD 57703 US

4914

107 Commerce Rd Boynton Beach, FL 33426 US P: 561.689.0408 W: www.digi-vet.com

P: 605.341.2433 W: www.vetxray.com Diagnostic Imaging Systems, privately owned since 1983, provides quality imaging equipment - DR Flat Panels, Portable X-Ray, CR Systems, Wireless Ultrasounds, Exam Tables, and more and now the industry's first and only VIP Lifetime Service Warranty on portable x-ray units and a new Wireless Flat Panels starting under $20k. DIAMOND PET FOODS

DIGICARE ANIMAL HEALTH

1206

P.O. Box 156, 103 N Olive Meta, MO 65058 US

Digicare Animal Health has brought to the veterinary market products that deliver reliability and accuracy in monitoring. Product quality and superb customer support is the forefront of our goals as a manufacturing company. We carry network ready multi parameter monitors, Telemetry systems, infusion systems, handheld monitors and ventilators. DIGITAL EMPATHY

820

San Diego, CA US

P: 844.813.2116 W: www.diamondcarepetfood.com

P: 858.405.4916 W: www.digitalempathyvet.com

Founded in 1970, Diamond Pet Foods is a familyowned and privately held company. Diamond provides a complete range of proprietary products manufactured in five state-of-the-art facilities in the US. We are proud to present our new line of specialty and prescription food, Diamond CARE.

We believe digital marketing needs a revolution. We build sales funnels. They transform the way your practice grows. Web design is about human relationships, not software. Along with website development, our partner services include targeted ads and content marketing.

Hands-on Lab Sponsor.


EXHIBITOR

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DINO-LITE SCOPES

DESCRIPTIONS 908

DOCTOR MULTIMEDIA

1121, 1702, 2535, 4338

DVM MANAGEMENT

2129

19803 Hamilton Ave, Ste 200 Torrance, CA 90502 US

8070 La Jolla Shores Dr, #528 La Jolla, CA 92037 US

23101 Moulton Pkwy, Ste 203 Laguna Hills, CA 92653 US

P: 310.618.9990 W: www.dinolite.us/

P: 800.679.3309 W: www.doctormultimedia.com

P: 800.851.9698 W: www.dvmteam.com

Dino-Lite digital microscopes and eyepiece cameras provide high quality microscopy video interfacing and clear imaging to PC and MAC. Most models provide 10x-200x and the included DinoCapture software makes it easy to take snapshots, record videos, manipulate images, and save and email discoveries.

Doctor Multimedia is a full scale agency, one-stop solution to marketing your medical practice. Our graphic designers, developers, social media masters, content creators, SEO wizards, IT problem solvers, & marketing gurus, are ready to solve any and all problems your practice may face online

DISPOMED

DRAGON VETERINARY

DVM Management is a full service accounting, tax and consulting firm exclusively for veterinarians nationwide. We specialize in: accounting, taxes, appraisal, mergers, acquisitions, practice sales, insurance and business advisory. Stop by our booth to take advantage of a Complimentary Benchmark Analysis of your practice!

1906

2206

745 Nazaire-Laurin Joliette, QC J6E 0L6 CA

250 Main St Antigonish, NS B2G 2C2 CA

P: 800.363.1756 W: www.dispomed.com

P: 877.422.2479 W: www.dragonveterinary.com/

At Dispomed we are proud to design and manufacture quality veterinary equipment and supplies, such as Moduflex™ anesthesia machines, Highdent™ dental units and Vettables range of products. With its reputation of high quality products, Dispomed is proud to offer a 5 year warranty on the Moduflex™, Highdent™ and Vet-tables brands

Dragon Veterinary is the leading speech recognition software developed by veterinarians for veterinarians. It provides a fully-integrated solution that helps veterinary professionals navigate medical decision-making and treatment plans by voice, allowing them to get back to their roots and spend more time doing what they do best; caring for patients.

DNTLWORKS ANIMAL HEALTH

DRE VETERINARY

1311

DVM360.COM

4314

11140 Thompson Ave Lenexa, KS 66219 US

2324

P: 800.255.6864 W: www.dvm360.com UBM Animal Care serves over 60,000 Veterinarians & more than 100,000 veterinary Practice Managers, teams, & Technicians with award-winning content (DVM360, Vetted, Firstline, dvm360.com) & community (Fetch Conferences) that meets the unique business & clinical needs of the industry DYNAMIC DIGITAL IMAGING SOLUTIONS

7300 South Tucson Way Centennial, CO 80112-3968 US

1800 Williamson Ct Louisville, KY 40223 US

3590 Greenside Ct Dacula, GA 30019

P: 303.693.1410 W: www.dntlworksvet.com/hagerbamback.com

P: 800.979.6795 W: www.dreveterinary.com

P: 770.680.8759 W: www.facebook.com/a1digitalimaging

DNTLworks Animal Health manufactures a variety of portable, mobile, and self-contained dental equipment for the Veterinary Profession. Our rugged and durable equipment can outperform the challenges of a heavy patient schedule and adverse working conditions. Contact us for more information.

DRE Veterinary is your source for new and professionally refurbished medical equipment. We offer full lines of veterinary specific equipment that include: Anesthesia Machines (including rodent and MRI-compatible), Vital Signs Monitors, Tables, Lighting, Software and much more. DRE offers calibration services and biomedical field services programs, performance verification, and parts.

E. I. MEDICAL IMAGING

DOCSINNOVENT LTD.

2034

Ground Floor Suite F, Breakspear Park, Breakspear Way Hemel Hempstead, England HP2 4TZ GB P: 44 207 649 9071 W: www.docsinnovent.com Docsinnovent are specialists in airway management committed to raising standards in veterinary anaesthesia. The company launched the world’s first veterinary species-specific supraglottic airway device - v-gel® - for cat and rabbits, with devices for dogs and other species coming soon. Products are available internationally through a network of 30 distributors

DV MEDICAL SUPPLY, INC

1328

2000 W 135th St Gardena, CA 90249 US P: 800.438.2568 TOLL FREE W: www.dvmed.com DV MEDICAL SUPPLY INC: 40+ years of treating our customers like family. We offer personalized service and competitive pricing on pharmaceutical, medical, and surgical supplies. We have a great collection of manufacturers you know and trust! Our sales team is always ready to assist! Visit us at booth #1328.

Booth#N – Nonprofit.

2102

3512

110 12th St SW, Unit 102 Loveland, CO 80537 US P: 970.669.1793 W: www.eimedical.com E.I. Medical Imaging® is a world leader and the only US manufacturer of portable ultrasound solutions specifically engineered for veterinary use. For the past 35 years, the Company’s core values have remained intact: putting the customer first and delivering solid, effective ultrasound solutions ECLIPSE LOUPES AND PRODUCTS

1408, 2224

3770 Transit Rd Orchard Park, NY 14129 US P: 877.585.4015 W: www.Eclipseloupesandproducts.com ECLIPSE LOUPES AND PRODUCTSoffers the best loupe and light combinations used for multitude of veterinary purposes. From dental to surgery you will find many ways to utilize the optics. Come see for yourself the benefits of loupes. Founded by 2 military veterans, 5% of sales is donated to the wwp

Hands-on Lab Sponsor.

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EXHIBITOR EDAN INSTRUMENTS, INC.

1625

ELLEVET SCIENCES

1104

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DESCRIPTIONS

EMBRACE PET INSURANCE

2137

9833 Pacific Heights Blvd., Ste E/F San Diego, CA 92121-4707 US

50 Market St, PO Box 226 South Portland, ME 04016 US

4530 Richmond Rd Cleveland, OH 44128 US

P: 858.750.3066 W: www.edan.com.cn

P: 844.673.7287 W: www.ellevetsciences.com

P: 800.340.3058 W: www.embracepetinsurance.com/vets

Edan is a global healthcare company that has been pioneering a comprehensive line of medical solutions for over 20 years. In veterinary field, we have built up various product lines including ECG, Monitoring, Ultrasound and Point-of-care Testing. Welcome to visit us at Booth 1625 to learn more.

ElleVet Sciences, based in Portland, Maine, makes broad spectrum hemp chews and oils for dogs and cats. ElleVet is the first hemp company to have done a clinical trial on a hemp/CBD product. ElleVet leads the way in hemp research and provides the highest quality products available.

Embrace Pet Insurance offers nose-to-tail coverage your clients can count on. Our comprehensive accident and illness policy pairs perfectly with Wellness Rewards, a preventative care plan that’s unique to the industry. Stop by to learn how we can help your clients provide the best possible care for their pets.

ELANCO ANIMAL HEALTH

ELLMAN, A CYNOSURE COMPANY

ENDOSCOPY SUPPORT SERVICES, INC

3723

3515

2918

2500 Innovation Way Greenfield, IN 46140 US

5 Carlisle Rd Westford, MA 01886

3 Fallsview Ln Brewster, NY 10509 US

P: 877.352.6261 W: www.elanco.us

P: 516.660.6728 W: www.ellman.com

P: 845.277.1700 W: www.endoscopy.com

Striving to fill the unmet needs in the veterinary industry, Elanco Animal Health offers some of the latest in product innovations to support the valuable role of veterinarians. Elanco’s bestin-class products enable veterinarians to help pets live longer, healthier, higher-quality lives by providing solutions to the challenges you face

Ellman, A Cynosure Company offers a full complement of high frequency/ low temperature RF Radiosurgery® products, including the Surgitron® Surgical RF Systems. Our products are used around the world for precision surgical procedures with minimal thermal alteration, reduced blood loss, healing without edema and a rapid recovery.

ESS has been providing Veterinarians with high quality flexible and rigid endoscopy equipment for 30 years. They carry over 20,000 endoscopy related products from around the world for gastrointestinal (G.I.) endoscopy, arthroscopy, laparoscopy, otoscopy, colonoscopy, rhinoscopy, cystoscopy, as well as service for the items we sell.

ELSEVIER

EPICA MEDICAL INNOVATIONS

ELEVET

4041

15890 Secoya Reserve Cir Naples, FL 34110 US P: 480.450.2518 W: www.ele-vet.com ELEVET is a marketing and distribution company of high-quality medical equipment and supplies to help grow veterinary practices. Our products include Critical Care Monitoring, Cryo Therapy, Low-Level Laser Therapy, Oxygen Concentrating Systems, and more. Stop by our booth to see the new ViScopeVET Visual Stethoscope! ELITE SCIENCE LLC

4143

433 Heights Dr Gibsonia, PA 15044 US

Elite Science VET provides veterinarians with 1TDC Total Wellness, a natural, proprietary fatty acid technology for periodontal health, joint/muscle health, skin/coat health and performance/recovery…..all in one easy-touse, economical solution. Boarded veterinary dentists, leading rehabilitation veterinarians and canine sports professionals nationwide are using and recommending 1TDC. Call 1-888-7926203 or visit www.1TDC.com.

Booth#N – Nonprofit.

4629

1600 JFK Blvd Philadelphia, PA 19103 US

2753 Camino Capistrano, Ste A 101 San Clemente, CA 92672 US

P: 267.226.5937 W: www.elsevier.com

P: 949.269.8982 W: www.epicamed.com

Elsevier is a world-leading provider of information solutions that enhance the performance of science, health, and technology professionals, empowering them to make better decisions, and deliver better care.

Epica™ Medical Innovations, designs, engineers & builds, innovative Veterinary CT Scanners & Regenerative Therapy Devices available for veterinary use. Leveraging science & technology with expert engineering & understanding of veterinary practice, Epica™ delivers products that improve quality of care, safety, efficiency, & profitability while increasing the overall capabilities of the practice.

ELUCIDATE, INC.

1704

6 Gentle Breeze Newport Coast, CA 92657 US P: 615.613.4883 W: www.vetcareshare.com

P: 888.492.5965 W: www.1TDC.com

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3608

Elucidate, Inc. is focused on improving communication of medical information between veterinarians, specialists and clients. The VETCARESHARE system enables clinics to easily connect and communicate with pet owners. NEW THIS YEAR, tele-consults with VCS Virtual Consults also, send texts, group texts, video consultations and customized messages with photo attachments.

Vet Detective Participant.

EUROLYSER

2540

Bindergasse 3 Salzburg, 5020 AT P: 0043 662 432100 W: www.eurolyser.com Eurolyser Diagnostica, since 15 years your expert for veterinary in-house diagnostics. The CUBE-VET analyzer features most modern connectivity and cloud-based data management solutions. Test results for parameters like, T4, Lipase (pancreatic), SAA, cCRP, Phenobarbital, Fructosamine, others, are available within a few minutes. !!! NEW !!! canine Progesterone, Total Bile Acids


EXHIBITOR EZEE-VISIT PET VET MAT

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DESCRIPTIONS 3040

FIRST FINANCIAL BANK

1112

FRESENIUS KABI USA, LLC

4340

PO Box 173 Hollis Ctr, ME 04042 US

214 N Washington El Dorado, AR 71730 US

3 Corporate Dr Lake Zurich, IL 60047 US

P: 207.653.4104 W: www.petvetmat.com

P: 870.866.5357 W: www.ffb1.com

P: 847.550.2801 W: www.infusiavetpump.com/infusia-landing/

Designed with your pet’s comfort in mind. Designed to stabilize pets during vet visits, a pet owner or veterinarian can provide the mat to give pets secure footing on all clinic surfaces, such as stainless steel or other types of exam tables, tile floors, and scales.

We’re dedicated to keeping your veterinary practice financially strong with expert advice and lending for acquisitions, start-ups and refinancing. As one of the nation’s leading small business lenders, we’re here with the resources and veterinary-specific expertise to work with you, one-on-one, to help you reach your goals.

Fresenius Kabi offers a broad portfolio of injectable and specialty pharmaceutical products with a focus on generic oncology, anti-infective, anaesthetic/analgesic and critical care medicines. The company also provides the related medical devices for the administration of these products such as our INfusia Syringe and Volumetric pumps.

EZYVET

3540

Frisco Dallas, TX 75034 US

2107

17187 N Laurel Park Dr, Ste 300 Livonia, MI 48152 US

P: 844.4EZYVET W: www.ezyvet.com ezyVet is a cloud-based veterinary practice management software that manages clients, animals, financials, stock, reminders, lab integrations and more. Boasting two-way integration with both XERO and Smart Flow, ezyVet offers a truly connected solution. Perfectly tailored to suit small animal, referral, emergency & specialist, mixed animal and equine veterinary practices. FIREFLY GLOBAL

FIRST VETERINARY SUPPLY

1503

First Veterinary Supply is a national distributor of quality, FDA approved veterinary pharmaceuticals, biological, diagnostic and medical supplies for licensed companion animal and specialty veterinary practices. 4938

P: 617.564.0022 W: www.fireflyglobal.com/

The Fovea Direct Digital Radiography System has reset the bar for the veterinary radiology industry. Cutting-edge technology and top-ofthe-line equipment make Fovea the industry leader.

FIRST COMMAND BANK

1208

2701 Cashwell Dr Goldsboro, NC 27534 US P: 919.920.5467 We specialize in 100% conventional practice financing for veterinary transitions (including specialty practices). We finance practices, real estate, construction loans and working capital. We are a financial firm offering banking, insurance, investment and consulting services to veterinarians.

1710

4055 Faber Place Dr, Ste 115 North Charleston, SC 29405 US P: 843.459.2247 W: www.freezpen.com

1505

P: 877.560.0978 W: www.sonosite.com/veterinary A veterinarian’s day can be unpredictable and so are their patients. You need a portable ultrasound to go where you need it and when you need it. Initially developed for the military, SonoSite portable and kiosk-based systems offer industry-leading... Portability, Ease of Use, Reliability, Durability. www.sonosite.com/ veterinary GATEWAY PET MEMORIAL SERVICES

The Freezpen is an innovative, efficient and portable cryosurgical device which treats skin lesions with pinpoint accuracy and with extreme control over the procedure. No anesthesia, little to no pre-operative skin preparation or postoperative care is needed. The Freezpen easily adapts to every lesion regardless shape or size

Booth#N – Nonprofit.

Veterinary practices can benefit from the exceptional image quality, speed, and reliability of digital x-ray. Fujifilm has a complete offering of DR and CR imaging solutions built with your practice in mind.

21919 30th Dr SE Bothell, WA 98021 US

P: 888.368.3201 W: www.foveadr.com

FREEZPEN

P: 203.324.2000 W: www.fujifilmusa.com/products/medical/ private-practice/

FUJIFILM SONOSITE, INC

1233 Ashley Dr, PO Box 1908 Nixa, MO 65714 US

464 Common St, #281 Belmont, MA 02478 US

Firefly is an innovative manufacturer of Wireless Video Otoscopes and Wireless Endoscope Cameras. We enable veterinarians to see and record magnified views of the inner-ear, teeth, skin and endoscopy procedures on their PCs and tablets. Visit www.fireflyglobal.com or contact info@fireflyglobal.com for more information.

3311

419 West Ave Stamford, CT 06902 US

P: 800.998.4661 W: www.firstveterinarysupply.com

FOVEA DIGITAL RADIOGRAPHY

FUJIFILM MEDICAL SYSTEMS USA, INC.

Hands-on Lab Sponsor.

719

170 Southgate Dr Guelph, ON N1G 4P5 CA P: 519.822.8858 W: www.gatewaypetmemorial.com As North America’s leader in the pet aftercare industry, Gateway Services Inc. is dedicated to setting the standard for dignified and respectful pet aftercare services. With numerous locations across Canada and the United States, our team is setting a new benchmark with leading-edge technology, streamlined processes and modern facilities.

Vet Detective Participant.

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EXHIBITOR GENPRIME, INC.

4741

GREENIES

3936

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DESCRIPTIONS

HAVEL'S INC.

1108

502 W Riverside, Ste 101 Spokane, WA 99201 US

315 Cool Springs Blvd Franklin, TN 37067 US

3726 Lonsdale St Cincinnati, OH 45227 US

P: 509.624.9855 W: www.genprime.com

P: 866.473.3643 W: www.greenies.com

P: 800.638.4770 W: www.havels.com

GenPrime is a leading provider of microbial detection and diagnostic analysis technologies. These state-of-the-art technologies are behind today's best analysis products and are forming tomorrow's cutting-edge designs. GenPrime's advanced solution users include government agencies, police/fire departments, hospitals, laboratories, ethanol-production facilities and breweries. GenPrime is privately-held and located in Spokane, Washington.

Mars Petcare US is the U.S. operations of the world’s largest petcare company at the privately-held Mars, Incorporated. Mars Petcare US produces some of the world’s most beloved pet care brands including GREENIES™ Dental Chews and PILL POCKETS™ Treats.

Since our beginning in 1981 as a specialty medical supplies distributor, we have grown into a multi-divisional enterprise offering products for a variety of industries. Customers the world over turn to Havel's® for medical, dental and veterinary products, as well as cutting blades and scissors for consumer and industrial applications.

GLC DIRECT

1804

GULF DEVELOPMENT SIGN COMPANY

1414

1445 W Sepulveda Blvd Torrance, CA 90501 US P: 800.729.4853 W: www.gulfdevelopment.com

P: 866.452.3473 W: www.glcdirect.com

Gulf Development is the leading manufacturer of outdoor and indoor electrical signs as well as electronic message center's for the modern Animal Hospital and Clinic. Remember a Business without a sign ? Is a sign of no Business.

GRADY MEDICAL SYSTEMS

3308

41856 Ivy St, Ste 204 Murrieta, CA 92562 US P: 800.800.2585 W: www.gradymedical.com Come see us for a NO COST TRY BEFORE YOU BUY 21- day COLD LASER TRIAL. Established in 1987, we offer therapy (cold) laser, Diagnostic Ultrasound, Coler Doppler, Thermography, Multi-Parameter Monitors, Infusion Pumps, Syringe Pumps, Fluid Warmers, and more. FREE TRAINING package with any equipment purchase! GRAVITY PAYMENTS

2837

5601 22nd Ave NW, Ste 200 Seattle, WA 98107 US P: 206.388.5900 x864 W: www.gravitypayments.com/veterinary Gravity Payments provides the veterinary community with streamlined solutions to reduce the costs and headaches of accepting payments. With 24/7 support, in-exam room processing, online payments, seamless integration, and recurring billing, Gravity strives to provide only the solutions that best fit your clinic's needs.

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Booth#N – Nonprofit.

H2O FOR FITNESS

611

1237 E Wallace St Fort Wayne, IN 46803 US

H2O For Fitness is the premier canine underwater treadmill manufacturer in the U.S. Our flagship product, the Oasis, has become the # 1 selling underwater treadmill in North America. An open mind to customer feedback and constant evolution has kept us ahead of the curve and the competition. 2541

W: www.otom.com HANKILTECH MEDICAL CO., LTD

1600

452-29, Pureundeulpan-Ro, Paltan-Myeon Hwaseong-si, Kyonggi-do 18532 KR P: +82.31.354.6369 W: www.hankiltech.com HankilTech Medical established in 1969 in South Korea and has been manufacturing medical instruments ever since its establishment. In 2010, we started manufacturing Orthopedic Implants and the Locking Plate System was very well accepted by Korean surgeons. Based on this experience and technology, we challenge the veterinary plate market system.

Hands-on Lab Sponsor.

P: 727.709.1484 W: www.aloecream.biz Say Goodbye to Dry Skin with Hawaiian Moon Organic Aloe Cream! HEALTH TECHNOLOGY PROFESSIONAL PRODUCTS, INC.

4110

11614 Sterling Ave, Ste 101 Riverside, CA 92503 US P: 800.424.7536 W: www.htproducts.net

P: 877.296.0186 W: www.h2oforfitness.com

H3D - TICK TWISTER

1428, 4341

321 S Missouri Ave, Clearwater, FL 33756 US

2456 Fortune Dr, Ste 120 Lexington, KY 40509 US

GLC Direct ― maker of Actistatin® joint care for horses, dogs, and humans. Clinically proven, maximum absorption of glucosamine & chondroitin into the bloodstream and significantly increases HA production and quality in as few as 30 days. Ask about about our new revolutionary probiotic Proactive Probiostatin.

HAWAIIAN MOON

Health Technology Professional Products is the leader in Animal Care Cleaning Solutions for your Veterinary facility maintenance needs. Our Consultants share our full line of OSHA Compliant products and equipment that are specifically designed for animal care industry to help you save time and money. HELP 'EM UP HARNESS

3312

1550 S Acoma St Denver, CO 80223 US P: 720.237.6852 W: www.helpemup.com HENRY SCHEIN ANIMAL HEALTH

4123

400 Metro Place N Dublin, OH 43017 US P: 855.724.3461 W: www.henryscheinvet.com Henry Schein Animal Health® is the nation’s leading animal health distributor for wellness, compliance, and practice management solutions. Partnering with 400+ suppliers, we bring the best selection of products and services, including: dentistry, diagnostics, equipment and supplies, pharmaceuticals, hospital design and technology. Contact us today at (855) SCHEIN1 or www.henryscheinvet.com.


EXHIBITOR

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HESKA DIAGNOSTICS

DESCRIPTIONS 3328

HOT DOG PATIENT WARMING

3708

I-MED PHARMA INC.

1714

3760 Rocky Mountain Ave Loveland, CO 80538 US

6581 City West Pkwy Eden Prairie, MN 55344 US

1601 St Regis Blvd Dollard Des Ormeaux, QC H9B 3H7 CA

P: 800.464.3752 W: www.heska.com

P: 952.465.3500 W: www.vetwarming.com

P: 800.463.1008 W: www.imedanimalhealth.com

Heska Corporation (NASDAQ: HSKA) sells advanced, diagnostic veterinary products designed with the workflow of small animal and equine practitioners in mind. Accuracy, Ease of Use and Speed are paramount to Heska’s offerings which include the Element In-House Suite, Cuattro Digital Radiography and Esaote MyLab Ultrasound product lines. www.heska. com

Patient warming breakthrough from the inventor of forced-air warming. No blowing air and no water...just safe, even warmth with our patented CONDUCTIVE FABRIC TECHNOLOGY. Clinically proven to be more effective than air and water systems. It's safe, effective, durable, and reusable. Made in the USA. Satisfaction guaranteed!

I-MED Animal Health offers innovative, safe, effective eye-care products: I-DROP®Vet Gel, sterile, preservative-free viscoadaptive lubricating eye-drop. I-LID ‘N LASH®Vet, ocular hygiene and tear stain removal without antibiotics or bleaches. VetShield®, bioabsorbable contact-lens.NEW I-PEN®Vet measuring osmolarity in four seconds. NEW I-TEAR®Test quantitative tool, five seconds results.

HIGHLAND CAPITAL CORPORATION

2024

5 Center Ave Little Falls, NJ 07424 US

Highland Capital Corp provides innovative and flexible equipment leasing and financing solutions for veterinary practices. Our products range from 12 to 84 months on conditional sales contracts and FMV programs. Our selffunding capability helps make our streamlined process quick and efficient. 3918, 4018

PO Box 148 Topeka, KS 66601 US

IDEXX

1100 Wohlert St Angola, IN 46703 US

Hudson Aquatic Systems is the leading Aquatic Therapy manufacturer of underwater treadmills and custom pools for the equine, canine, and small animal markets, which are designed to speed rehabilitation from injury, enhance training and assist with weight loss. Hudson also represents CET CryoSpas cryotherapy products for the equine market. HUMAN-ANIMAL BOND ASSOCIATION (HABA)

Hill's Pet Nutrition Inc. manufactures Prescription Diet® brand pet foods and Science Diet® and Ideal Balance™ wellness brand pet foods. Founded more than 70 years ago with an unparalleled commitment to pet well-being, Hill's’ mission is to help enrich and lengthen the special relationships between people and their pets. 4937

269 W Main St, 3rd Floor Lexington, KY 40507 US P: 877.819.0159 W: www.hippomanager.com Hippo Manager Software Inc, is a cloud-based, veterinary practice management software providing all the tools to run a practice including medical records, inventory management, scheduler and sales register. Unlimited patients, users, training & support for one price/vet/ month. Stop by our booth to enter to win a coveted Hippo Yeti Cooler!

625

P: 800.548.6733 W: www.idexx.com IDEXX is a leader in pet healthcare innovation, serving veterinarians around the world with a broad range of diagnostic and information technology-based products and services. IDEXX solutions enhance veterinarians’ ability to provide advanced medical care, improve staff efficiency, and build more economically successful practices. IDEXX CAREERS

3942

One IDEXX Dr Westbrook, ME 04092 US

P: 615.345.9586 W: www.humananimalbond.net Our Mission is to advance the understanding and importance of the Human-Animal Bond. We support and promote Human-Animal Bond research, collaborate with other Human-Animal Bond organizations, and offer resources for support of the Human-Animal Bond to veterinary practitioners, pet owners, and other community members. HUMANE SOCIETY VETERINARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION 827 PO Box 208 Davis, CA 95617 US

P: 207.556.0300 W: www.idexx.com IM3, INC.

3410

12414 NE 95th St Vancouver, WA 98682 US P: 800.664.6348 W: www.im3vet.com iM3 designs, manufactures, sells and services state of the art dental machines, hand instruments, dental consumables and digital imaging solutions. IMEX VETERINARY, INC

P: 530.759.8106 W: www.hsvma.org HSVMA is a national nonprofit veterinary medical association with a focus on animal welfare. HSVMA provides opportunities for veterinary professionals to advocate for animal health and welfare in the legislative, regulatory and policy arenas as well as to volunteer for field service opportunities to help animals in need.

Booth#N – Nonprofit.

2118

One IDEXX Dr Westbrook, ME 04092 US

529 Myatt Dr Madison, TN 37115 US

P: 800.255.0449 W: www.hillsvet.com

HIPPO MANAGER SOFTWARE INC

1305

P: 260.665.1635 W: www.hudsonaquatic.com

P: 877.527.4422 W: www.highlandcc.com/

HILL'S PET NUTRITION, INC.

HUDSON AQUATIC SYSTEMS

Hands-on Lab Sponsor.

4723

1001 McKesson Dr Longview, TX 75604 US P: 800.828.4639 W: www.imexvet.com IMEX Veterinary, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of veterinary orthopedic products, specializing in state-of-the-art, cost-efficient external fixators. Key products include the SK External Skeletal Fixation System and VetKISS Micro Plating System, plus the largest selection of pin diameters/lengths ranging from miniature ESF pins to large animal transfixation pins.

Learning Lounge Sponsor.

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EXHIBITOR INNOTECH MEDICAL INDUSTRIES CORP.

4439

INTERNATIONAL VETERINARY ULTRASOUND SOCIETY 727

124 Garden Ave North Vancouver, BC V7P 3H2 CA

PO Box 524 Birdsboro, PA 19508 US

P: 778.882.6662 W: www.imixray.com

W: www.ivuss.org

Innotech Medical Industries Corp. specializes in providing complete digital veterinary DR system. Established in Canada in 2017, iMi is committed to create advance and innovative solutions in image processing and software platforms designed specifically for the veterinarian market. INNOVET/SUMMIT INDUSTRIES

4915

7555 N Caldwell Ave Niles, IL 60714 US P: 800.729.9729 W: www.innovet4vets.com

INTALERE / HEALTH RESOURCE SERVICES

P: 800.493.9003 W: www.intouchvet.com

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1100 Olive Way, Ste 1030 Seattle, WA 98101 US

Intalere is a Group Purchasing Organization, GPO, that helps our members save on everything they need to run their practice. We use our large member base to negotiate discounts with manufacturers and service providers you know and trust and already use in your practice. No fee, no obligation membership. 925

1730 South College Ave, Ste 301 Fort Collins, CO 80525 US P: 970.266.0666 W: www.ivas.org The International Veterinary Acupuncture Society has been setting the global standard in veterinary acupuncture since 1974. Veterinary acupuncture should be a “hands on” education. Our certification course will prepare you to integrate acupuncture into your western medicine practice. Learn more about all IVAS has to offer, stop by our booth.

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11,000 projects and over the past 24 years make InTouch Veterinary medicine’s most trusted and experienced marketing group. We are ready to help grow your practice. Websites, SEO, Social Media, Message On-Hold, Logo Design, Branding, Brochures, Automated Reminders. All products are data driven with easy to understand, regular, meaningful reporting. ISELP (INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF EQUINE LOCOMOTOR PATHOLOGY) 725

P: 206.515.5816 W: www.hrs-intalere.com

INTERNATIONAL VETERINARY ACUPUNCTURE SOCIETY

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3737 45th St Highland, IN 46322 US

InnoVet, the most trusted name in veterinary radiographic systems, offers the affordable Versa DR system, a digital solution with the simplicity, reliability and support you expect. InnoVet, by Summit Industries in Chicago, celebrates 31+ years of designing & manufacturing profession leading systems.

2716 Landmark School Rd The Plains, VA 20198 US P: 540.687.4663 W: WWW.ISELP.ORG

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6300 NW Kelly Dr Parkville, MO 64152 US P: 800.436.5909 W: www.ivetfoods.com iVet Professional Formulas is a pet nutrition company that exclusively sells its products through veterinarians. iVet has recently launched iVet SPECIFIC, a unique therapeutic food that reduces the cost of feeding therapeutic diets to help nutritional compliance.

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JD MEDICAL

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1923 W Peoria Ave Phoenix, AZ 85029 US

Providing the highest quality, most reliable, and safest anesthesia and medical gas equipment and services to the veterinary market. JORGENSEN LABORATORIES

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1450 N Van Buren Ave Loveland, CO 80538 US P: 970.669.2500 W: www.jorvet.com Jorgensen Laboratories is known for high quality veterinary surgical suture, instruments and equipment. See the Jorvet range of capital equipment including the Cool Renewal cryosurgical kit, the Tonovet Plus, centrifuges, microscopes, anesthesia machines, monitoring devices and the latest in laser therapy. JUSTFOODFORDOGS

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17851 Sky Park Cir Irvine, CA 92614 US P: 949.722.3647 W: www.justfoodfordogs.com JustFoodForDogs was created solely to improve and extend the lives of pets. We make daily meals, prescription diets, and formulate custom diets. We use ingredients that are USDA certified for human consumption. All of our recipes are cooked in our own kitchens, led by a team of 10 veterinarians. K-LASER

Formed in the United States, under the direction of Dr. Jean-Marie Denoix, ISELP is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Educational Association focused on lameness in the equine athlete. The goal of ISELP is to provide knowledge and techniques in the continually evolving field of equine locomotor analysis. IVET PROFESSIONAL FORMULAS

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P: 602.997.1758 W: www.jdmedical.com

The International Veterinary Ultrasound Society fosters education, promotes research, and supports guidelines for small animal diagnostic ultrasound. Our organization includes veterinarians, veterinary technicians, and registered diagnostic medical sonographers. IVUSS hosts an annual conference that offers ultrasound lectures and labs. IVUSS also offers a vigorous, small animal ultrasound certification program. INTOUCH PRACTICE COMMUNICATIONS

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1185 W Main St Franklin, TN 37064 US P: 615.595.7749 W: www.k-laser.com K-Laser USA is a global leading manufacturer of Class IV therapy lasers that provide a non-surgical option to treat pain, reduce inflammation and aid healing. Our new Platinum Series delivers best-in-class laser performance, advanced in-person training and our exclusive Performance Tracker app. For more information, visit us at www.k-laser.com.


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K-STATE RABIES LABORATORY (KSVDL)

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2005 Research Park Cir Manhattan, KS 66502 US

The K-State Rabies Laboratory is one of the largest rabies serology testing centers in the world handling over 90,000 samples and extensive experience FAVN and RFFIT testing. K-State’s Master of Agribusiness is a distance master’s degree for professionals in animal health and companion animals to learn business and economics skills. 4208

1796 Main st, Ste 103 Freeland, WA 98249 US

1555 Bayshore Hwy, Ste 200 Burlingame, CA 94010 US

KindredBio is a veterinary biopharmaceutical company focused on improving the lives of cats, dogs and horses. Its mission is to bring animal companions the same kinds of safe, effective medicines that human family members enjoy by pursuing a deep development pipeline of novel drugs and biologics across many therapeutic classes. KINETIC VET

K9 Carts has been the leader in the pet wheelchair industry since 1961. 100% made in the USA and guaranteed to fit. Convertible design can be changed from standard Rear Support to Full Support without needing to buy a second cart. Rent to Own program and refurbished carts also available.

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Stop by to see the new KineticVet mobile app providing convenient access to information on all products including the entire EquiShield dermatology line. KineticVet has also added Pentosan Polysulfate to our winning lineup of veterinary medical devices. 3136

13775 Ramona Ave Chino, CA 91710 US

P: 800.472.5425 W: www.karenpryoracademy.com

KVP International is the veterinary industry leader in small animal wellness solutions. From e-collars to orthopedics, we're elevating the patient experience through continual design and innovation. Visit us at www.kvpvet.com

KARL STORZ VETERINARY

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1 South Los Carneros Rd Goleta, CA 93117 US P: 800.955.7832 W: www.karlstorz.com/us/en/veterinarymedicine.htm KARL STORZ Veterinary offers a wide range of rigid and flexible endoscopes, hand instruments, and video imaging systems for animals of all sizes. Our high resolution, versatile and compatible systems are available as portable units or as integrated operating systems, thus eliminating the need for multiple systems.

KYON Veterinary Surgical Products is the inventor of TTA, Zurich Cementless THR, Advanced Locking Plate System (ALPS), PAUL, PGR, TTA-2, KYON TPLO, and RUBY joint stabilization. We provide the veterinary orthopedic community with innovative products for surgery in companion animals and organize hands-on instruction. Learn more at www.kyon. ch 3143

P: 800.776.9984 W: www.laboit.com The top leader in the manufacture of quality built Mobile Veterinary and Spay/Neuter Clinics! We build our vehicles from the ground up. 7' interior heights, all LED lighting, separate surgery suite, spacious work areas and much more. Often imitated but never duplicated! Call us today! LAFEBER - EMERAID

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24981 N 1400 East Rd Cornell, IL 61319 US

P: 626.633.0077 W: www.kvpvet.com

KRUUSE

P: 617.567.2436 W: www.kyon.ch

700 Cross Pointe Rd Gahanna, OH 43230 US

49 River St, Ste 3 Waltham, MA 02453 US

Karen Pryor Academy - Are you interested in learning more about behavior and training, or offering puppy classes at your clinic? Check out our online courses, Better Veterinary Visits (12 RACE CE) and Puppy Start Right for Instructors (18 RACE CE).

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LA BOIT SPECIALTY VEHICLES, INC.

931 Beasley St, Ste 270 Lexington, KY 40509 US

KONG VETERINARY PRODUCTS (KVP)

KYON VETERINARY SURGICAL PRODUCTS 480 William F McClellan Hwy, Ste 202 Boston, MA 02128 US

P: 877.786.9882 W: www.kineticvet.com

P: 800.578.6960 W: www.K9Carts.com

KAREN PRYOR ACADEMY FOR ANIMAL TRAINING & BEHAVIOR

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P: 650.692.2577 W: www.kindredbio.com

P: 785.532.4483 W: www.ksvdl.org/rabies-laboratory

K9 CARTS

KINDRED BIOSCIENCES, INC.

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Havretoften 4 Langeskov, 5550 DK

P: 800.842.6445 W: www.lafeber.com/vet/ Veterinarian-owned Lafeber Company and its emergency-aid division, Emeraid, have been formulating high quality pet foods for more than 30 years in the USA. Veterinarians worldwide recommend Emeraid's intensive care formulas to save a wide range of debilitated animals. Lafeber's Nutri-Berries provide the most advanced nutrition for companion birds. LAMEDITECH

P: +4572141516 W: www.kruuse.com KRUUSE Provide quality veterinary solutions, products and knowledge that help ensure the most effective animal health care. Apart from its famous BUSTER Collar, KRUUSE also focusses on Small Animal Dentistry, Rehab, Behavior, Advanced Wound Care, Sutures and much more. KRUUSE is headquartered in Denmark and has 120 years of experience in the veterinary industry.

Booth#N – Nonprofit.

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Rm1002, Ace High-End 6th, Beotkkot-ro234 Geumcheon-gu, Seoul-t'ukpyolsi 08513 KR P: +82 2 852 7982 W: www.lameditech.com LAMEDITECH develops and supplies the specialized laser devices for healthy and beautiful life of humanity based on laser miniaturization technology. Our devices to treat the dermatopathy of pets, which the miniaturization technology applied to, are highly competitive in both convenience and price comparing to other similar products in the market.

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EXHIBITOR LAP OF LOVE VETERINARY HOSPICE

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LIFELEARN, INC.

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MAI ANIMAL HEALTH

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17804 N US Hwy 41 Lutz, FL 33549 US

367 Woodland Rd W, Unit 9 Guelph, ON N1H7K9 CA

605 Pro-Ject Dr Elmwood, WI 54740 US

P: 813.407.9441 W: www.LapofLove.com

P: 800.375.7994 W: www.lifelearn.com

P: 800.447.0687 W: www.maianimalhealth.com

Lap of Love is a veterinary practice dedicated exclusively to home-based end of life care for pets. We help pets and their owners with quality of life assessments, pain and anxiety management, end of life consultations, and peaceful euthanasia in the comfort of the pet's favorite place - home.

LifeLearn, Inc. empowers animal health organizations to optimize client communications, maximize efficiency and improve profitability with the LifeLearn ECOsystem, a comprehensive suite of online solutions that advance animal health worldwide. LifeLearn was named one of Canada’s fastest-growing companies on the 2015, 2016 and 2017 PROFIT 500, and 2018 Growth 500.

MAI Animal Health™ is THE SOURCE for solutions in animal healthcare. With extensive expertise across multiple veterinary disciplines and species, we manufacture and supply a vast array of innovative, practical products in categories including: Containers, Reproduction, Dental, Specialty, Nutritionals and Instruments. Veterinarian owned and trusted globally for over 40 years.

LIFETIME MERCHANT SERVICES

MASIMO

LAS VEGAS VETERINARY SPECIALTY CENTER

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8650 W Tropicana Ave, Ste B107 Las Vegas, NV 89147 US P: 702.871.1152 W: www.lvvsc.com Las Vegas Veterinary Specialty Center is the only multi-specialty veterinary hospital in southern Nevada. We see patients in surgery, neurology, physical therapy, oncology, cardiology, internal medicine, and ophthalmology.  We are adjacent to Veterinary Emergency + Critical Care, the only 24 hour emergency facility in Las Vegas. LENDERKING CAGING PRODUCTS

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8370 Jumpers Hole Rd Millersville, MD 21108 US P: 410.544.8795 W: www.vetcaging.com Lenderking Caging Products manufacturer’s a complete line of high quality and innovative animal housing for veterinary practices. Based on decades of experience of supplying housing for lab animals, the most demanding of environments, we design cages that promote animal welfare and are easy to use and sanitize. LGL ANIMAL CARE PRODUCTS, INC

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721 Peach Creek Cut-Off Rd College Station, TX 77845 US P: 979.690.3434 W: www.lglacp.com LGL Animal Care Products features modular kennels and caging products that are designed and built to last. Our engineers specify anticorrosive aluminum, stainless steel, polyethylene and vinyl. Ease of cleaning, visibility and animal comfort are always a priority. We're the perfect choice for quality animal caging.

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2235 E Flamingo Rd, Ste 209 Las Vegas, NV 89119 US

52 Discovery Irvine, CA 92618 US

P: 800.928.0862 W: www.lifetimemerchantservice.com

P: 949.297.7000 W: www.masimo.com

LIVE OAK BANK

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1741 Tiburon Dr Wilmington, NC 28403 US P: 877.890.5867 W: www.liveoakbank.com/vet

LLOYD, INC

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604 W Thomas Ave Shenandoah, IA 51601 US

LLOYD, Inc. products have been used by veterinarians worldwide for over six decades making the lives of animals happier, healthier and more productive. Our commitment to research and development has resulted in quality products such as Thyro-Tabs® Canine and PrednisTab® that support veterinarians in their daily work. 1007

1552 S Anaheim Blvd, Ste D Anaheim, CA 92805 US P: 949.878.1690 W: www.magellanmedsys.com Magellan Medical Systems designs and markets radiography, ultrasonography and hematology products for the medical and veterinary markets.. * Portable Radiography Scanner * Portable Ultrasonic Scanner * Auto Hematology Analyzer

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260 Depot St, P.O. Box 365 Leesburg, OH 45135 US P: 800.543.5567 W: www.masonco.com With over 120 years of industry experience, Mason Company is the leader in providing kennel systems for animal control facilities. Headquartered in Ohio, Mason offers the broadest product line in the animal enclosure industry to fit any application or budget. MATTHEWS ENVIRONMENTAL SOLUTIONS

P: 800.831.0004 W: www.lloydinc.com

MAGELLAN MEDICAL SYSTEMS, INC.

A key medical technology innovator, Masimo is responsible for the invention of award-winning noninvasive technologies, medical devices, and a wide array of sensors that are revolutionizing patient monitoring in various care settings. MASON COMPANY

At Live Oak Bank, we work with devoted veterinarians every day and understand what it takes for a practice to grow and succeed. Whether you seek financing for real estate, ground-up construction, remodels, expansions, acquisitions or refinance, our team will guide you through the lending process with knowledge and experience.

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2045 Sprint Blvd Apopka, FL 32703 US P: 888.719.0953 W: www.matthewsenvironmentaL.com We are your strategic partner for pet cremation equipment and pet loss memorials. Let us show you how an onsite crematory can help you serve your families better. We also offer a full line of beautiful pet memorials. Ask about our pet ecommerce website Faithful Forever Pet Loss Care MAVANA: MIXED ANIMAL VETERINARY ASSOC. N.A. 3113 E McCormick Dr, P.O. Box 2258 Janesville, WI 53547 US P: 608.609.5334 W: www.mavanapractices.com

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DESCRIPTIONS 3713

MEDICATECH

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MERCK ANIMAL HEALTH

4518

7732 W 96th Pl Hickory Hills, IL 60457 US

50 Maxwell Irvine, CA 92618 US

2 Giralda Farms Madison, NJ 7940 US

P: 708.237.3750 W: www.medcoinstruments.com

P: 949.679.2881 W: www.medicatechvet.com

P: 800.224.5318 W: www.merck-animal-health-usa.com

Medicatech is an American manufacturer for Imaging Technology, Veterinary Orthopedic Implants and Surgical Tools. Our products are designed by veterinarians, for veterinarians, combining innovation with proven concepts. Working in cooperation with XRay Distributors, to provide new advancements. We are excited to show you fully robotic concepts new to the market.

Merck Animal Health is the global animal health business unit of Merck. We offer one of the industry’s most innovative portfolios – not only of products, but also of services and technologies – to prevent, treat and control diseases across all major farm and companion animal species.

MEDFURBISH

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41658 Ivy St, Suite 115 Murrieta, CA 92562 US P: 877.842.8328 W: www.medfurbish.com New and Refurbished Medical Equipment Sales, Service and Repair. Specializing in IV pumps, Syringe Pumps, ECG monitors, SPO2 monitors, NIBP monitors, CO2 Monitors, Defibrillators, Telemetry, Patient Warming Systems, Sterilizers and equipment accessories including: SPO2 sensors, Blood Pressure Cuffs, ECG Cables, Recording Paper and much more. MEDICAL I.D. SYSTEMS, INC.

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3954 44th St SE Grand Rapids, MI 49512 US P: 616.698.0535 W: www.medid.com BIPS are an in clinic diagnostic product for detecting suspected obstructions (partial, linear,total) in the small intestine in cats & dogs . They are administered orally in a capsule(s) or sprinkled in food without the use of liquid barium. BIPS are a cost-effective option when client finances are limited. MEDICAL ILLUMINATION

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547 Library St San Fernando, CA 91340 US P: 818.838.3025 W: www.medillum.com We invite all attendees to stop by our booth to see our vast array of lighting for surgery, treatment, exam and dental, plus our all-new UV24 air purification system which removes over 90% of air-borne pathogens and tremendous amounts of odor, dramatically improving air quality in your facility . MEDICAL PET SHIRT INTERNATIONAL

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SPECTRUMSINGEL 161 ZOETERMEER, Zuid-Holland 2718JR NL P: 31 79 3624691 W: www.medicalpetshirts.com World leader since 2007 in protective products for post surgery, hot spots, incontinence, and more for dogs, cats and rabbits. A great alternative to E-collars. Less stress equals better compliance, faster healing, plus no struggling with makeshift solutions. We offer the best protective solution! Plus see our new cooling vest.

MEDIVET BIOLOGICS

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MG BIOLOGICS

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2366 270th St Ames, IA 50014 US

200 Moore Dr Nicholasville, KY 40356 US

P: 877.769.2340 W: www.mgbiologics.com

P: 859.885.7111 W: www.medivetbiologics.com

Mg Biologics is a licensed antibody manufacturer, focusing on antivenin products in the small animal industry. Rattler Antivenin is America's All-In-One Antivenin for use in canine and equine and effective against cottonmouths/ water moccasins, copperheads and rattlesnakes (including Mohave)!

MediVet Biologics specializes in bringing to market novel treatment options for the Veterinary community. MediVet Biologics is a leading provider of Veterinary Regenerative Medicine services to include ActiStem (Stem Cell Therapy) & PureVet PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma). Recently MediVet Biologics launched a breakthrough immunotherapy service for canine cancerwww.medivetbiologics.com MEDS FOR VETS

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9550 South State St Sandy, UT 84070 US P: 866.633.4838 W: www.medsforvets.com Meds for Vets Pharmacy compounds a full range of medications from chewables, small tablets and transdermals to sterile ophthalmics and injectables. Tasty and easy to give products mean happy pets. Happy pets. Happy owners. Happy vets. Call today to see how to make your life easier with Meds for Vets! MERCK / MERCK PUBLISHING GROUP

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P O Box 2000, RY34-A426 Rahway, NJ 07065 US P: 732.594.4600 W: www.merckvetmanual.com The Merck Veterinary Manual introduces the 11th edition, completely updated and reflecting the latest advances in veterinary medicine in all species, including exotics, as well as a public health section. Say hello at booth 2208, place an order, and enter to win a free book!

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MIDMARK CORPORATION

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60 Vista Dr Versailles, OH 45380 US P: 800.643.6275 W: www.midmark.com Better care doesn’t happen by chance. It happens by design. At Midmark, we make highquality equipment that's easy to use, designed to fit your practice, and helps create better care experiences for everyone - from staff to patients to owners. Explore our equipment, service and training solutions at midmark.com. MIDOG LLC

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3189 Red Hill Ave, Ste D Costa Mesa, CA 92626 US P: 833.456.4364 W: www.midogtest.com MiDOG™ is a state-of-the-art testing facility employing the latest, cutting-edge, molecularbased and Next-Generation DNA Sequencing technologies to accurately identify and characterize microbial populations in collected samples. The presence of bacterial and fungal pathogens as well as antibiotic susceptibility (resistance) are revealed using the proprietary pipeline developed for the MiDOG™ service.

Learning Lounge Sponsor.

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EXHIBITOR MIDWEST VETERINARY SUPPLY

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MILTEX, AN INTEGRA COMPANY

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21467 Holyoke Ave Lakeville, MN 55044 US

311 Enterprise Dr Plainsboro, NJ 08536 US

P: 800.643.9378 W: www.midwestvet.net

P: 866.854.8300 W: www.integralife.com/integra-miltex

Midwest Veterinary Supply is a family and employee owned, full-line veterinary product distributor that has been in business for over 50 years. We offer a diverse portfolio of products for companion animal, equine, and food animal practices as well as client retention and revenue building platforms.

Miltex, an Integra Company, a name you can trust in providing the highest quality in handheld surgical and dental instruments offers your Veterinary practice a wide array of traditional surgical instrumentation along with specialties like periodontal, oral surgery and endodontic instruments.

MIGHTYVET

MINITUBE USA

1837

6100 4th Ave S, Ste 200 Seattle, WA 98108 US

419 Venture Ct Verona, WI 53593 US

P: 206.607.1878 W: www.mightyvet.org

P: 800.646.4882 W: www.mofaglobal.com

MILA INTERNATIONAL, INC

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7984 Tanner’s Gate Lane Florence, KY 41042 US P: 859.957.1722 W: www.milaint.com Established 1991. MILA International is an innovative company that has developed veterinary medical products that are otherwise commercially unavailable. MILA is known as the gold standard for venous access catheters, chest tubes, urinary catheters, and feeding tubes for Large//Small animals. MILLER VETERINARY SUPPLY

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201 S Adams St, P. O. Box 470 Fort Worth, TX 76104 US P: 817.946.7901 W: www.millervetsupply.com Miller Veterinary Supply, founded in 1920, is the oldest veterinary distributor in the United States, so we know how to serve a veterinarian well. We don't tell you how to run your practice, and we don't try to sell you more than you actually need. Knowledgeable humans answer our phones! MILLPLEDGE VETERINARY

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5310 Derry Ave, Ste S Agoura Hills, CA 91301 US P: 888.715.9909 W: www.millpledgeveterinary.us Millpledge Veterinary manufactures medical devices specifically for the veterinary professional. We welcome you to our booth to discuss how we can help provide better patient outcomes using products with superior features benefiting your practice. Our brands include Rapz Funny Farm, Millpack, Eaze Off, Aniset Anti-Kink IV sets & Tom Tiddle.

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MIRION TECHNOLOGIES DOSIMETRY SERVICES

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2652 McGaw Ave Irvine, CA 92614 US

2125

P: 949.419.1800 W: www.dosimetry.com/instadose+ Mirion Technologies Dosimetry Services specializes in radiation detection services for the veterinary market. With innovative monitoring solutions like Instadose+ dosimeters, ondemand dose reads via mobile device or PC, high dose email alerts, easy online badge reassignments, and real-time access to current and historical dose data and reports are possible. MNCHIP

Minitube International, has evolved into a worldwide leader in assisted animal reproduction technologies. With a bandwidth covering products and services from AI to embryo transfer and related biotechnologies, Minitube now supplies customers world-wide with innovative solutions for agricultural, sport or companion animal breeding, as well as veterinary medicine and research. MINXRAY, INC

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Building2 No19 Xinhuanxi Rd, TEDA Tianjin 300457, PR China Tianjin, Tianjin 300457 CN P: 86 022.59861155 W: www.mnchip.com Tianjin MNCHIP Technologies Co., Ltd was founded in 2010, engaged in the research, development, production and management of high quality medical equipment based on microfluidic technology. MODERN VETERINARY MEDIA

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3611 Commercial Ave Northbrook, IL 60062 US

5270 Lyngate Ct Burke, VA 22015 US

P: 847.564.0323 W: www.minxray.com

P: 703.978.7084 W: www.modernveterinary.com

Since 1967, MinXray, Inc. has set the standard for excellence in portable x-ray equipment design. Our compact yet powerful x-ray devices produce accurate output, exposure after exposure for consistent radiographic results. MinXray also offers x-ray units and complete digital systems for companion, equine, mixed and exotic animal practices.

Modern Veterinary Media proudly hosts two Veterinary Continuing Education Conferences annually, the Wild West Veterinary Conference in Reno, NV in October and the Chicagoland Veterinary Conference in Chicago, IL in May. To learn more about either of these events visit www.modernveterinary.com or email sales@ modernveterinary.com.

MIRACLECORP PRODUCTS

MODERN VETERINARY THERAPEUTICS

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2425 W Dorothy Ln Dayton, OH 45439 US P: 937.293.9994 W: www.miraclecorp.com MiracleCorp brands provide effective, solutions driven products for animals including remedies, first aid items, supplements, food, treats, equine care, collars, and leashes. For over 40 years, we've been designing high-quality pet-care products to simplify the pet professional’s practice. Our main brands include: Stewart, ARC Laboratories, and Hamilton.

Hands-on Lab Sponsor.

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14343 SW 119th Ave Miami, FL 33186 US P: 407.852.8039 W: www.ModernVeterinaryTherapeutics.com Modern Veterinary Therapeutics has a portfolio of high-quality veterinary pharmaceuticals, biologics & diagnostic products including the Anigen Rapid line of Canine Heartworm, Canine Parvovirus, & Canine Parvovirus/Coronavirus Antigen Test Kits + Canine Vaccicheck. Our pharmaceuticals include generics Medetomidine Hydrochloride & Revertidine (reversal) in the US + many more in Canada.


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MOLY MANUFACTURING, LLC

DESCRIPTIONS 3034

MWI ANIMAL HEALTH

2326

2435 10th Rd Lorraine, KS 67459 US

3041 W Pasadena Dr Boise, ID 83705 US

P: 785.472.3388 W: www.molymfg.com

P: 800.824.3703 W: www.mwianimalhealth.com

8 Models SILENCER Hydraulic Squeeze Chutes. The LOWEST Door Pressure. The MOST Animal Control. TurretGate, the Advanced Gate Design that rotates by remote control or manual lever. 4 Models Chute Carriers, Scales, Circular Fencing, Dual and Single Alleys, Transitions, Hydraulic Loading Chute.

MWI Animal Health, an AmerisourceBergen company, is a leading distributor of pharmaceuticals, biologicals, diets, equipment and supplies to companion, equine and livestock veterinarians and producers in the United States. Additionally, our associates consult with accounts on critical business matters including inventory management, operations and marketing. Learn more at mwianimalhealth. com.

MORRIS ANIMAL FOUNDATION

2018

720 S Colorado Blvd, Ste 174A Denver, CO 80246 US P: 800.243.2345 W: www.morrisanimalfoundation.org Morris Animal Foundation is dedicated to improving and protecting the health of animals through scientific innovation, education and inspiration. Our investment in research has yielded life-saving vaccines, new treatments for critical diseases, superior screening tests, and advanced diagnostic tools. We envision a world where animals live full and healthy lives. MULTI RADIANCE MEDICAL

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6521 Davis Industrial Pkwy Solon, OH 44139 US

Multi Radiance’s laser technology is Peer Reviewed and Practice Proven, and Class 1 safe. The ACTIVet PRO laser provides for deep tissue absorption; the MyPetLaser expands veterinary practice with rental income from in-home laser treatments, and the New ACTIVet PRO LaserShower covers four times the surface area of standard emitters.

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MYVET IMAGING

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81 Ruckman Rd Closter, NJ 07624 P: 888.854.5848 W: www.myvetimaging.com MyVet Imaging Inc., headquartered in Closter, New Jersey, offers fan beam CT, X-ray detectors, CMOS intraoral sensors, digital radiography, and dental systems as well as ultrasound solutions for veterinary imaging applications including a portable multi-modality image system. Visit www.myvetimaging.com 922

PO Box 5168 Sun City West, AZ 85376 US P: 760.751.3360 W: www.animalsupplements.org

11 Wollaston Ave Arlington, MA 02476 US

The NASC is a nonprofit industry group dedicated to elevating and standardizing the animal health supplement industry. Look for the NASC Quality Seal to know your cat, dog & horse supplements come from audited NASC member companies that maintain ongoing compliance with our rigorous quality requirements. Member list at animalsupplements.org.

P: 617.697.3534 W: www.mvspetcare.com

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF VETERINARY TECHNICIANS IN AMERICA (NAVTA) 1022

MVS Pet Care is a national Franchise Network of Professional House Call Veterinarians. We offer a comprehensive business model including a marketing and operational platform for veterinarians wanting to start their own lucrative house call practice or looking to expand an existing clinical practice with a mobile business.

PO Box 1227 Albert Lea, MN 56007 US

MVS PET CARE, LLC

4840

P: 888.996.2882 W: www.navta.net

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4700 River Rd, Unit 64 Riverdale, MD 20737 US

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NATIONAL ANIMAL SUPPLEMENT COUNCIL

P: 440.542.0761 W: www.multiradiance.com

NATIONAL VETERINARY ACCREDITATION PROGRAM

P: 301.851.3406 W: www.aphis.usda.gov/nvap The mission of the National Veterinary Accreditation Program is to provide accredited veterinarians with the information they need to ensure the health of the Nations’ livestock and animal population and to protect the public health and well-being. NATIONWIDE (PET) INSURANCE

3523

1800 E Imperial Hwy, Ste 145 Brea, CA 92821 US P: 888.889.4874 W: www.VetPetNationwide.com Nationwide® has been protecting pets for nearly four decades. We offer more coverage and pay more claims than any other insurer, and our wide range of medical and wellness coverage includes plans with up to 90% reimbursement. Plans available for dogs, cats, birds and exotic pets. Learn more at VetPetNationwide.com. NAVC MEDIA

2019

622 E Washington Street, Ste 300 Orlando, FL 32801 US P: 352.375.5672 W: www.NAVC.com Learn & connect with NAVC! Year-round educational opportunities include: Veterinary Meeting & Expo, the NAVC Institute and VetFolio: online CE courses, proceedings and more. Visit Booth #2019 for your FREE subscriptions to: Today’s Veterinary Practice, Today’s Veterinary Nurse & Today’s Veterinary Business. Better care for animals everywhere. NAVC.com. NEOGEN

4014

944 Nandino Blvd Lexington, KY 40511 US P: 859.254.1221 W: www.neogen.com Animal Health, Animal Safety NOAHS ANIMAL HOUSE

826

9811 W Charleston Blvd, 2-344 Las Vegas, NV 89117 US P: 702.499.4372 W: www.noahsanimalhouse.org Noah's Animal House has built two pet sanctuaries in Nevada to provide safety, medical care & shelter for the pets of domestic violence. Our LV facility opened in 2007 as the first full service facility in the country co-located with a DV shelter and in Reno we opened in 2018.

Booth#N – Nonprofit.

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EXHIBITOR NORBROOK INC

1128

NVA

1203

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DESCRIPTIONS

ORTHOMED

1325

9401 Indian Creek Pkwy, Ste 680 Overland Park, KS 66210 US

29229 Canwood St, Ste 100 Agoura Hills, CA 91301 US

1179 18th Pl Vero Beach, FL 32960 US

P: 913.599.5777 W: www.norbrook.com

P: 805.367.5138 W: www.nva.com

P: 772.562.6044 W: www.orthomedusa.com

Norbrook is one of the world’s leading veterinary pharmaceutical companies. Norbrook manufacturers and markets generics and pharmaceuticals. Norbrook’s U.S. Companion Animal products include Enroflox® (enrofloxacin) Injection 2.27% for Dogs, Carprieve® (carprofen) Chewable Tablets, Carprieve® (carprofen) Caplets, Carprieve® (carprofen) Injection, Loxicom® (meloxicam) Injection and Loxicom® (meloxicam) Suspension.

For over 22 years NVA has been committed to the veterinary profession by investing in the veterinary profession. NVA has over 600 hospitals and pet resorts in the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. NVA is a community united by the love of animals and the people who love them.

Orthomed is dedicated to developing state of the art veterinary orthopeadic solutions that benefit the patient, surgeon and clinic. Working with leading veterinary orthopeadic surgeons we have developed a number of systems, including proven SOP locking plate technology & Orthofoam MMP wedge for TTA

OLYMPIC VETERINARY

ORTHOPEDIC FOUNDATION FOR ANIMALS

NOVA BIOMEDICAL

1608

2537

9311 SE 36th St, Ste 220 Mercer Island, WA 98040 US

2300 E Nifong Blvd Columbia, MO 65201 US

200 Prospect St Waltham, MA 02454 US

P: 800.789.6867 W: www.olympicveterinary.com

P: 781.647.3700 W: www.novabiomedical.com

Manufacturer of Ergonomic, Space Saving Lifts, Tables and Gurneys for the Exam Room, Treatment Area, Dental Suite and Surgical Suite, and for Patient Transport. Olympic Tables can be customized throughout the day to meet changing practice needs with drop-in IV poles, instrument trays, laptop swing arms, and LED exam lights.

Nova’s Stat Profile Prime Plus® VET, features maintenance-free cartridges and MicroSensor technology for exceptional value in whole blood critical care testing. Tests include pH, PCO2, PO2, Na, K, Cl, iCa, iMg, TCO2, Glu, Lac, BUN, Creatinine, Hct, Hb, SO2%, and Co-oximetry. Prime Plus provides improved practice profitability through in-house diagnostics. NO-YR VETERINARY PRODUCTS GROUP, A DIVISION OF RESPONDE2

1525

650 Castro Street, Ste 120-270 Mountain View, CA 94041 US The No-YR Veterinary Products Group, a division of Responde2, has developed a series of wireless telemetry products. Our first products attach to patients to send ECG/Sp02 and Temp parameters to virtually any standard patient monitor. This first low-cost telemetry system simplifies patient attachment and eliminates wires in the exam or sterile field. NUTRAMAX LABORATORIES VETERINARY SCIENCES, INC. 3933 946 Quality Dr Lancaster, SC 29720 US P: 888.886.6442 W: www.nutramaxlabs.com The science behind animal health and wellness starts here. Visit our booth to learn about new Mycequin™ targeted probiotic and Imuquin™ immune health supplement, the #1 veterinarian recommended joint health brand Dasuquin® and liver support brand Denamarin®, Solliquin® behavioral health supplement, Cobalequin® cobalamin tablets, Proviable®-Forte probiotics, and Quinicarn™ L-carnitine supplement.

134

Booth#N – Nonprofit.

OMNI PRACTICE GROUP

P: 573.442.0418 W: www.ofa.org

1529

The OFA is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the identification and eventual reduction of inherited diseases in dogs and cats. The OFA maintains several databases that provide information about inherited diseases to breeders, veterinarians and pet owners. Health information is available on the OFA web site at www.offa.org. OSANG HEALTHCARE

6141 Bothell Way NE , #301 Kenmore, WA 98028 US

1500

132, Anyangcheondong-ro, Dongan-gu, Anyang-si Gyeonggi-do, KR

P: 877.866.6053 W: www.omnipg-vet.com OMNI Practice Group is the leading provider of Practice Transitions, Sales, Valuations Consulting and Real Estate Services throughout the West - Washington, Oregon, California, Alaska, Idaho, Arizona.If you are looking to buy, sell or grow your practice, contact us today. Our team of experts are here to support you. ONE STAR INTERNATIONAL CO., LTD.

1024

1300

A-1405, Song-do, Smart-valley, Songdomirae-ro 30, Yeonsu-gu Incheon, KR P: +82.1600.3619 W: www.one-star.co.kr We are a manufacturer of manual & sonic toothbrush with 360 degree head and sell them not only in Korea market but also in a world wide market.

P: 82.31.460.0300 W: www.osanghc.com/ POC IVD Medical Device Manufacturer OSTER PROFESSIONAL PRODUCTS

2226

2381 NW Executive Center Dr Boca Raton, FL 33431 US P: 561.912.4100 W: www.osterpro.com Oster Professional Products is a leading vendor in grooming products for the professional groomer, veterinarian and pet owner. Oster possesses an innovating line of solutions for grooming and bathing. Their portfolio includes a full line of clippers, trimmers, grooming tools, and shampoo.


EXHIBITOR

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OXBOW ANIMAL HEALTH

DESCRIPTIONS 1502

PATHWAY VET ALLIANCE

1010

PCI GASES

4440

11902 So 150th Omaha, NE 68138 US

800 West Cesar Chavez, B-100 Austin, TX 78701 US

12201 Magnolia Ave Riverside, CA 92503 US

P: 531.721.1300 W: www.oxbowanimalhealth.com

P: 512.828.7255 W: www.pathwayvets.com/

P: 951.446.3215 W: www.pcigases.com

Oxbow Animal Health is a worldwide supplier of premium life-staged foods and supportive care products for small exotic animals. Used and recommended by top exotic animal veterinarians worldwide, Oxbow offers an extensive line of high-fiber hay, fortified foods, treats and supplements for rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas, hamsters and adult rats.

Pathway Vet Alliance is dedicated to supporting people in doing what they love. Our veterinary hospital ownership and management company provides veterinarians and their team with improved benefits and financial security while maintaining the practice's identity and vision. We are proud to offer exciting career opportunities throughout the US.

Lower Your Clinic's Operating Costs...PCI Gases manufactures on-site VSA Oxygen Generating Systems that are a safe and attractive alternative to using high pressure oxygen cylinders and/or liquid oxygen. Produce a continuous flow of medical grade oxygen 24/7. Low energy consumption with minimal preventive maintenance required during the year.

OXFORD SCIENCE

PATTERSON VETERINARY

PEACEFUL MEMORIES BY MEMORIES UNLIMITED, INC.

3912

1628

178 Christian St Oxford, CT 06478 US

822 7th St, Ste 650 Greely, CO 80631 US

P: 203.881.3115 W: www.oxfordsciencecenter.com

P: 800.225.7911 W: www.pattersonvet.com

Oxford Science is a global technology company offering innovative diagnostic veterinary products and solutions that enable veterinary practices, emergency rooms, and small hospitals, who wish to improve the immediacy and quality of patient care. Like the Genesis Hematology System, In-clinic Culture and Sensitivity system, toxicology tests strips, and Imaging products.

Patterson Veterinary is a leading distributor of the best equipment, pharmaceuticals, vaccines, diagnostics and supplies. One of the most respected names in the industry for their outstanding customer service, Patterson offers a portfolio of value-added technology, education, and service solutions to support your practice.

PACIFIC PROFESSIONALS, INC

187 Route 94, Ste A Lafayette, NJ 07848 US

1619

545 Sespe Ave Fillmore, CA 93015 US

9511 Johnson Point Loop NE Olympia, WA 98516 US

911

Pacific Professionals, Inc. was founded in 1992. We're a full service brokerage firm specializing in practice sales/purchases, real estate sales/ purchases, corporate sales/consulting, practice appraisals, contracts/negotiations, financing facilitation and buyer representation. Our goal is to provide a seamless transition, whether you are buying or selling your practice. 923

Learn how to take paw impressions in minutes with The Pet Keepsake Impressions Kit™. Archive quality molding material AIR DRIES lightweight and is ready with no mixing or baking. Kits can be decorated, yield great results, high client satisfaction, and fit inside The Pet Memory Box™ for wellness or bereavement.

1307

1407 N Batavia St, Ste 104 Orange, CA 92867 US

P: 302.709.0408 W: www.pegasuslasers.com REDUCE PAIN, SPEED HEALING, and KEEP PEAK CONDITION. Class IV Therapy Laser: an essential tool in modern equine practice. Lasers stimulate a photobiochemical cascade of events at the cellular level relieving pain, reducing inflammation, and increasing microcirculation. These events result in accelerated healing and restoration of function within the tissues. PERMATEK COATINGS

1400 River Park Dr, Ste 150 Sacramento, CA 95815 US

P: 877.516.8220 W: www.pawstime.com

360 Harmon Ave Lebanon, OH 45036 US

P: 916.649.0599 W: www.pacvet.net

At PawsTime, our business is creating customized message-on-hold programs exclusively for veterinary practices. But what we do is partner with animal hospitals to educate, engage and motivate pet owners, helping them achieve their goal of happier, healthier pets and building tremendous loyalty and connection between pet owners and veterinary professionals.

P: 937.780.1075 W: www.permatekcoatings.com

The Pacific Veterinary Conference is sponsored by the California Veterinary Medical Association (CVMA) and offers over 245 hours of California approved Veterinary CE and provides over 26.5 hours of technician-specific CE. PacVet will take place this year, June 21 - 24, 2019 in Long Beach, California. 

4708

101 Lukens Dr, Ste A New Castle, DE 19720 US

Pawpals® are unlike traditional clay kits because they require No kneading, mixing, baking or drying. Just lift the frame, press the paw and you've created a lasting memory! Creating that unique Client-Pet-Veterinarian bond. Stop by the booth to find out more about Pawpals® and how they can enhance your practice! PAWSTIME

P: 360.491.9819 W: www.peacefulmemories.com

PEGASUS THERAPY BY LITECURE

P: 844.729.7250 W: www.pawpalorders.com

P: 805.524.3195 W: www.pacificproinc.com

PACIFIC VETERINARY CONFERENCE

PAWPALS PAWPRINT KEEPSAKE

1312

Booth#N – Nonprofit.

1711

We are the leading National installation company of resinous coatings for the Animal Care industry. Some of the many benefits of our seamless floor and wall systems include: reduced maintenance cost, texture that can be adjusted on demand and a completely sealed and hygienic floor to wall coating..

Hands-on Lab Sponsor.

135


EXHIBITOR PET ASSURE

1810

PET-AG, INC.

4823

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DESCRIPTIONS

PETMAP

2534

415 Cedar Bridge Ave Lakewood, NJ 08701 US

255 Keyes Ave Hampshire, IL 60140 US

4920 W Cypress St, Ste 110 Tampa, FL 33607 US

P: 888.367.8387 W: www.petassure.com

P: 800.323.6878 W: www.petag.com

P: 813.289.5555 W: www.petmap.com

Pet Assure is a client acquisition program with more than 5600 veterinarians in its network. Millions of pet owners have access to our plans, and we refer those pet owners to network practices. Stop by booth #1810 to list your practice and get a Furbo Treat Tossing Dog Camera.

Pet-Ag, Inc., a leader in neonatal nutrition including the scientifically formulated milk replacers Esbilac® for puppies, KMR® for kittens, Foal-Lac® for equine, Zoologic® for wildlife, exotics and zoo animals, Multi-Lac™ for large animal, senior supplements CatSure® and DogSure®, and an array of health supplements and Fresh ’n Clean grooming products.

Whether you need an accurate BP/HR device for your exam room patients or a flexible/modular multi-parameter monitoring system, there’s a petMAP for you. petMAPs are portable, accurate and easy to use. Choose graphic II for BP/HR or the petMAP +II for monitoring—both are handheld convenient. Made in the USA.

PET HEALTH PHARMACY

3837

12012 N 111th Ave Youngtown, AZ 85636 US

711

10850 Via Fontera San Diego, CA 92127 US

P: 800.742.0516 W: www.pethealthpharmacy.com We make every effort to ship your prescription the same or next business day! Compounded medications are available in a variety of dosage forms, using quality ingredients from reputable sources. We’ve earned PCAB accreditation, our service is second to none! Pet Health Pharmacy: Custom Compounding with Our Personal Touch. PET HEALTH SOLUTIONS

PETCO ANIMAL SUPPLIES STORES, INC.

3041

1006

3805 W Chester Pike, Ste 240 Newtown Square, PA 19073 US P: 866.467.3875 W: www.gopetplan.com

P: 858.453.7845 W: www.petco.com At Petco, we’re excited to offer a complete spectrum of high quality veterinary offerings that are both convenient and affordable. Visit our booth to learn about opportunities with Vetco, THRIVE, The Pet Vet, & PetCoach. Let’s work together to create healthier and happier relationships between pets and their parents. PETDESK

PETPLAN PET INSURANCE

Petplan has been offering the most comprehensive coverage in the industry for over 40 years. Recommended by more veterinarians than any other provider, Petplan gives pet parents the health information and peace of mind they need to make the best decisions about their pets’ care – regardless of cost. PETRAYS VETERINARY TELEMEDICINE CONSULTANTS

1404

Pet Health Solutions is the maker assortment of supplements for your companion pets. Our supplements help with your pet's joint health, vitamins, skin and coat, and hygiene.

2044 1st Ave, Ste 300 San Diego, CA 92101 US

PET LOSS PROFESSIONALS ALLIANCE (PLPA) 1025

P: 844.738.2778 W: www.petdesk.com

107 Carpenter Dr, Ste 100 Sterling, VA 20164 US

Designed with busy veterinary practices in mind, PetDesk streamlines client communication to keep your staff happy, patients healthy and practice profitable. With the PetDesk dashboard and mobile app, you can easily manage reminders and confirmations, targeted messages, online reviews, and even a loyalty program.

PetRays/CardioVet clients benefit from prompt, reliable, and accurate Radiology and Cardiology telemedicine consults. We also offer specialty consults in Internal Medicine, Anesthesiology, Dermatology, Ophthalmology, Oncology, and Neurology. PetRays/CardioVet is an efficient, trusted resource; enabling important, lifesaving, clinical decisions to be made in a timely manner.

PETLINK

PETRIAGE

P: 703.391.8400 W: www.myplpa.org The Pet Loss Professionals Alliance is committed to being an educational resource to its members and veterinary professionals. Members are dedicated to the respectful and dignified treatment of those pets entrusted to us.

3641

2024 Rayford Rd Spring, TX 77386 US P: 888.473.8729 W: www.petrays.com

815

250 West Cummings Park Woburn, MA 01801 US

10400 NE 4th St, Ste 500 Bellevue, WA 98004 US

3600 American Blvd W, Ste 725 Bloomington, MN 55431 US

P: 781.281.2216 W: www.petlink.net

W: www.petriage.com

P: 952.841.4170 W: www.petpoisonhelpline.com

PetLink is the largest international provider for RFID Animal Reunification and has been an industry leader for 30 years. We manufacture multiple types of microchips, including the industry’s only polymer SLIM microchip, and produce universal scanners. PetLink.net is one of the largest and most reliable reunification services in the U.S.

PET POISON HELPLINE

1924

Pet Poison Helpline is a 24/7 animal poison control service for pet owners and veterinary professionals who require assistance with treating a potentially poisoned pet. We have 30+ years of experience and are staffed with highly trained veterinary experts including board certified toxicologists, DVMs, technicians and other specialty professionals.

136

Booth#N – Nonprofit.

Vet Detective Participant.

PETSAFE

1937

4411

10427 PetSafe Way Knoxville, TN 37932 US P: 866.738.4379 W: www.petsafe.net PetSafe is dedicated to providing products that strengthen the relationship between people and their pets. The Veterinarian and trainer recommended Gentle Leader Headcollar, EasyWalk Harness and our newest pet enrichment toys will be featured.


EXHIBITOR PETSMART

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DESCRIPTIONS 2126

PLANMECA GROUP

1936

POI DOGS & POPOKI

722

19601 N 27th Ave Phoenix, AZ 85027 US

Asentajankatu 6 Helsinki, Uusimaa 00880 FI

PO Box 75345 Kapolie, HI 96707 US

P: 623.587.2266 W: www.petsmart.com

P: +358207795500 W: WWW.PLANMECA.COM

P: 808.551.7915 W: www.poidogsandpopoki.org

PetSmart, Inc. is the largest specialty pet retailer of services and solutions for the lifetime needs of pets. We employ approximately 55,000 associates and operate more than 1600 stores in the United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico.

Planmeca is a Finnish manufacturer of premium quality dental and other healthcare equipment. The company now provides a full range of flexibly customized veterinary solutions including mobile CBCT scanner Planmed Verity®, independent cart dental unit Planmeca Compact™ i, intraoral X-ray unit Planmeca ProX™ and software platform Planmeca Romexis®.

Poi Dogs & Popoki is a nonprofit on the island of Oahu. We provide affordable and subsidized spay and neuter and wellness services in low income, rural and at risk areas of the island through our mobile clinic - The Big Fix and help people helping animals.

PLASMA BIONICS, LLC

151 S Pfingsten Rd, Ste T Deerfield, IL 60015 US

PETSMART CHARITIES

3141

19601 N 27th Ave Phoenix, AZ 85027 US P: 800.423.7387 W: www.petsmartcharities.org PetSmart Charities celebrates the connection between people and pets. As the leading funder of animal welfare in North America, PetSmart Charities provides grants to nonprofits that help pets and the people that love them. PETVET CARE CENTERS

1426

One Gorham Island, Ste 300 Westport, CT 06880 US

4824

1414 S Sangre Rd, Ste 101 Stillwater, OK 74074 US

P: 847.291.0999 W: www.united-radiology.com

P: 405.314.3058 W: www.plasmabionics.com PLASMAPP CO., LTD.

1200

83, Jukdong-ro, Yuseong-gu Daejeon, 34127 KR P: +82.70.5057.1137 W: www.plasmapp.co.kr

P: 203.491.4328 W: www.petvetcarecenters.com PetVet Care Centers is a group of over 200 hospitals across the country, managed locally, and supported globally, through our connected network. Medical decisions, hiring plans, and inventory choices are made locally. We encourage doctors to continue learning, develop special interests, and advance their skill sets.

Plasmapp is an innovative manufacturing company specializing in plasma technology. Developed for medical markets, a lowtemperature plasma sterilizer direct injection technology is certified and commercialized. Plasmapp Co., Ltd. values innovation, diligence, creativeness and technical know-how to create smart plasma applications to satisfy every need of plasma-tech industry.

PKB ANIMAL HEALTH

PNEU-DART, INC.

1410

POSKOM AMERICA / UNITED RADIOLOGY SYSTEMS 2006

604

710 Vandustrial Dr Westmont, IL 60559 US

15223 Route 87 Hwy Williamsport, PA 17701 US

P: 888.752.5487 W: www.pkbanimalhealth.com

P: 866.299.3278 W: www.pneudart.com

PKB Animal Health’s ZYMOX Dermatology products utilize patented natural enzyme technology without antibiotics or harsh ingredients that is effective against resistant microbes. Products: ZYMOX for companion animals, Equine Defense for horses and ORATENE Brushless Oral Care which features an additional enzyme system to remove plaque and inhibit odor-causing bacteria.

Founded in 1967, Pneu-Dart, Inc. has demonstrated a commitment in providing remote drug delivery solutions to a diverse client base globally. While focusing on enhanced remote drug delivery devices Pneu-Dart has emerged as a leader in manufacturing life altering products for the customer and the animals they care for.

POSKOM is a major manufacturer of HF generators, portable and battery x-ray units. POSKOM America/United Radiology Systems (URS) the exclusive provider of POSKOM equipment and services in North America. Veterinary practitioners will find the prefect solution to their all of their x-ray imaging needs within our extensive generator product offerings. POWERFLOAT, INC.

1933

#20, 4807 32 St SE Calgary, AB T2B 2X3 CA P: 403.984.8775 W: www.powerfloat.net Veterinary owned, Powerfloat is the leader in equine dentistry equipment. We provide a newly expanded line of reliable, light weight, portable equipment for basic to advanced equine dentistry in any setting with any size horse. We are excited to showcase our new designs including the newest model the powerful Ultralite. POYNT PAYMENTS

3140

5142 N Commerce Ave E Moorpark, CA 93021 US P: 844.667.6968 W: www.poyntpayments.com The Poynt Smart Terminal allows you to accept credit card payments anywhere in your office with Wi-Fi connectivity and a dual touchscreen interface. Poynt also give you the ability of sending invoices electronically, setting up recurring payments (auto-bill), accepting payments directly from your website plus time clock and payroll management.

Booth#N – Nonprofit.

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EXHIBITOR PRACTIVET

2100

PURINA

2522, 2722

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DESCRIPTIONS

RAY CO., LTD.

1302

20805 N 19th Ave, Ste #4 Phoenix, AZ 85027 US

Checkerboard Square, 12-T St. Louis, MO 63164 US

3~4F, 332-7, Samsung1-ro, Hwaseong-si Gyeonggi-do, KR

P: 800.535.4057 W: www.practivet.com

P: 800.222.VETS W: www.purinaproplanvets.com

P: +82.31.605.1000 W: www.raymedical.com

We have a complete line of veterinary IV administration sets that will save you money and meet your highest expectations, guaranteed. Also available: ChemoClave and ChemoLock Needlefree Closed System Transfer Devices for safe preparation and Administration of Chemotherapy drugs. Ask about our specials and other unique products.

For over 90 years, Purina has led the way in pet food nutrition and research. Stop by to learn how our breakthrough therapeutic Purina® Pro Plan® Veterinary Diets formulas, can help you nutritionally manage pets with diabetes mellitus, obesity, gastrointestinal, joint and urinary conditions.

Ray has developed world-class digital X-ray diagnostic equipment for the veterinary clinic. We provide digital sensors & PSP(image plate) scanners for a veterinarian.

PRECISION PHARMACY

906

5301 Young St Bakersfield, CA 93311 US P: 877.734.3338 W: www.myprecisionpharmacy.com PRIMAL PET FOODS

920

535 Watt Ave, Ste B Fairfield, CA 94534 US P: 866.566.4652 W: www.primalpetfoods.com Since 2001 Primal Pet Foods has been committed to producing safe and balanced whole food raw diets for dogs and cats. Tested pathogen free & substantiated by AAFCO feed trials. Come chat with us about your concerns and let us know how we can better support you and your clients. PRN PHARMACAL

4129

8809 Ely Rd Pensacola, FL 32514 US P: 850.478.2770 W: www.prnpharmacal.com PRN Pharmacal, an employee-owned company, has been dedicated to developing specialized therapeutics that address the unmet, underserved and overlooked needs of the veterinary medicine community since 1978. Our commitment-as needed, when needed. Come see us at booth 4129. PS BROKER, INC.

1430

PO Box 21643 Saint Simons Island, GA 31522 US P: 800.636.4740 W: www.psbroker.com We at PS BROKER help veterinarians sell and buy practices nationwide! We’ve been helping veterinarians for 30+ years with sales, acquisitions, and valuations. Licensed Real Estate Brokers Nationwide, Certified Valuation Analyst. Member National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts. 800.636.4740 psbroker.com - info@psbroker.com

138

Booth#N – Nonprofit.

PYTHIUM TECHNOLOGIES INC.

2737

RECTANGLE HEALTH

3237

115 E Stevens Ave, Ste 300 Valhalla, NY 10595 US

812 NE 24th St Newcastle, OK 73065 US

P: 888.852.3484 W: www.rectanglehealth.com/

P: 405.387.3300 W: www.solidtechah.com

Rectangle Health is the leading healthcare payment technology company, helping your practice, healthcare organization, or insurance group increase payment compliance, streamline processing, and improve overall satisfaction. We provide veterinary groups and practices with superior tracking, reporting, and systems to effectively manage payments. All with no implementation or integration fees.

Pythium Technologies applies immunotherapeutic and immunoprophylactic methods in the treatment and prevention of Pythiosis (conditional license pending) and other diseases. Stop by to learn novel ways of managing canine, feline and equine infectious, autoimmune and inflammatory conditions. Now recruiting veterinarians to conduct clinical trials to demonstrate effectiveness against various maladies. RAPIDBAC VET

3941

1300 W Optical Dr, Ste 300 Azusa, CA 91702 US

1713

PO Box 8630 Woodland, CA 95776 US P: 866.897.7625 W: www.redrockbiologics.com REMED CO., LTD

P: 626.359.8441 x.13 W: www.rapidbacvet.com

1400

#301-303 =, 187 Techno 2-ro, Yuseong-gu Daejeon, KR

RapidBac™Vet is a rapid immunoassay for the detection of Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria in Urine. RapidBac™Vet produces a result in less than twenty minutes, costs onethird as much as urine culture, does not require any instrumentation and correlates with urine culture. RAUHAUS FREEDENFELD & ASSOC.

RED ROCK BIOLOGICS

1618

97 Broadway Boston, MA 02116 US P: 617.338.0050 W: www.rfarchitects.com 50+ combined years of experience in animal care architecture. Renowned for extraordinary design, rfa translates each client’s needs into efficient and strikingly dramatic architecture because they understand a hospital’s unique complexities and details. With 38+ design awards, rfa is at the forefront of animal care architecture.

P: 82.31.696.4899 W: www.remed.kr Since its foundation in 2003, REMED has been specialized in researching and developing world-class products to treat brain disorders such as depression, anxiety, stroke, and Parkins. REMED has successfully introduced state-of-art TMS device, TAMAS first of its kind in Asia, and is expanding its product portfolio to meet the diverse clinical needs from the world. RICA SURGICAL PRODUCTS, INC

2635

9207 Ivanhoe St Schiller Park, IL 60176 US P: 800.889.3218 W: www.ricasurgical.com RICA Surgical represents KMedic®, Pilling®, RICA® instruments, Weck® Hemoclips® and Visistat® skin staplers. See these quality products along with RICA's patented Thermal Controlled Pads to effectively manage/prevent hypothermia and expanded range of Paw Protector ® Cage Racks to keep pets warm and comfortable. Fantastic special offers will reward your visit.


EXHIBITOR ROSE MICRO SOLUTIONS

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DESCRIPTIONS

1330, 2001, 4238

RX FOR FLEAS / FLEABUSTERS

4410

SAFEHOLD SPECIAL RISK, INC

910

4105 Seneca St West Seneca, NY 14224 US

6555 NW 9th Ave, Ste 412 Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33309 US

10940 White Rock Rd Ranco Cordova, CA 95670 US

P: 716.608.0009 W: www.rosemicrosolutions.com

P: 800.666.3532 W: www.fleabusters.com

P: 530.574.2215 W: www.safehold.com

Rose Micro Solutions sells High Quality Optical Loupes & LED Lighting systems for less! our Loupes start @ $279.00. We are a "Family" Business consisting of 4 brothers.We named the company after our mother "ROSE". We have 30+ years experience in Optics.We have a A+ rating with the BBB.

Fleabusters offer environmental flea control and we are proud to announce the merger with Nelco Allergy Testing. We offer testing and solutions to your clients needs.

Since 1965, our dedicated team of industry professionals representing the Safehold Veterinary Insurance Program have provided proprietary insurance options that address the unique exposures of the veterinary profession. Coverages include Professional Liability & License Defense, Workers’ Compensation, Business Property/Liability, EPL, Business Auto including mobile units, D&O and Cyber/Network Liability.

ROSS UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF VETERINARY MEDICINE

4926

630 US Hwy 1 North Brunswick, NJ 08902 US P: 855.767.7838 W: www.veterinary.rossu.edu/ Founded in 1982, Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine (RUSVM) is an AVMAaccredited university located in St. Kitts. RUSVM offers accelerated Doctor of Veterinary Medicine(DVM), Master of Science by Coursework or Research (MSc), and Doctoral degree programs. After preclinical studies, students complete their clinical year at affiliated AVMA-accredited veterinary schools. ROYA.COM

801

10660 Scripps Ranch Blvd , Unit #100 San Diego, CA 92131 US P: 858.345.5500 W: www.roya.com Roya is a leading software & digital marketing company that prides itself on an innovative approach to digital marketing & development, offering a complete spectrum of products & services designed to increase revenue & foster effective customer relationships. Services include custom website development, digital marketing services & SaaS solutions. ROYAL CANIN

4234, 4333

500 Fountain Lakes Blvd, Ste 100 St. Charles, MO 63301 US P: 800.592.6687 W: www.royalcanin.com Royal Canin USA is a leader in science-based cat and dog health nutrition, whose product line offers a range of diets based on size, age, breed, lifestyle and therapeutic requirements. Royal Canin is a subsidiary of Mars, Incorporated. To learn more about Royal Canin, visit www. royalcanin.com.

RX VITAMINS INC

3514

150 Clearbrook Rd, Ste 149 Elmsford, NY 10523 US P: 800.792.2222 W: www.rxvitamins.com

SAGE VETERINARY CENTERS

Rx Vitamins offers a line of veterinary nutraceutical formulas. All formulas are designed by Robert Silver, DVM, and are marketed and sold exclusively to the veterinary professional. Featured products include Hepato Support, Rx Renal Feline Powder and Rx Clay. Stop by and see the updated Vitamin D test kit. RXACTUATOR INC

4242

2100 N Wilmot Rd, Ste 310 Tucson, AZ 85712 US

1410 Monument Blvd Concord, CA 94520 US P: 925.452.0930 W: www.sagecenters.com Founded over 26 years ago, SAGE Veterinary Centers is the leading specialty and emergency veterinary group on the West Coast. SAGE is committed to collaborating with compassion, to provide the highest standard of veterinary care to improve the lives of pets and their people. SAMSUNG

P: 520.274.7181 W: www.rxactuator.net RxActuator's NEW Mini-Infuser™ pump is a breakthrough in WEARABLE subcutaneous constant rate infusion. It is lightweight, and accurate delivering a constant 0.2mL/hour flow rate over 48 hour. The Mini-Infuser™ pump stands in sharp contrast to the bulky, complicated and expensive CRI pump systems currently on the market. RXVET BIOTECH

4442

257 Sacred Fire Rd, PO Box 427 Bunn, NC 27508 US

913

14 Electronics Ave Danvers, MA 01923 US P: 978.564.8500 W: www.samsunghealthcare.com Samsung ultrasound systems, used in leading healthcare institutions worldwide, are committed to delivering accurate diagnostic solutions to healthcare providers. NeuroLogica, subsidiary of Samsung Electronics, is the US headquarters for sales, marketing and distribution of all Samsung ultrasound systems. SCHULTZ TECHNOLOGY

P: 883.798.3885 W: www.rxvetbiotech.com SAFE MEDICAL

4841

3117 W Ridge Pike Pottstown, PA 19464 4935

1616 Lamego Dr Glendale, CA 91207 US

P: 877.495.6204 W: www.schultztechnology.com SCRATCHPAY

P: 877.423.7233 W: www.safe-medical.com

225 S. Lake Ave, Ste 250 Pasadena, CA 91101

Receive a free Exam Otoscope with every qualifying purchase - plus daily drawings for Starbucks gift cards and one Exam Light as Grand Prize! See us for top Burton, Waldmann and Heine exam/surgical lights plus otoscopes, stethoscopes, Healthometer scales, loupes, headlights, office furniture and new revenue producing SAFE-Therapeutic Shampoo.

P: 213.394.0161 W: www.scratchpay.com

Booth#N – Nonprofit.

900

Hands-on Lab Sponsor.

1310

Scratchpay offers simple and affordable payment plans for your clients. Scratchpay handles approvals, payment plans, and financing so your clients can afford the care their pets need. There are no set-up fees or hardware required for the veterinarian and Scratchpay pays your clinic in full up front via direct deposit.

Learning Lounge Sponsor.

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EXHIBITOR SCRUBIN UNIFORMS

720

SERVET USA VET BOOK'S

2104

6206 Benjamin Rd, Ste 312 Tampa, FL 33634 US

4225 S Buckley Rd, #161 Aurora, CO 80013 US

P: 813.876.8000 W: www.scrubin.com

P: 720.935.0861 W: www.ServetUSA.com

Scrubin Uniforms is a WBENC certified national uniform company that manufactures and distributes healthcare and veterinary uniforms and apparel. With over 50 years of industry experience and coast-to-coast operations, we will help you find and implement the right uniform program that fits the needs of your business

Our company is dedicated to providing the most up to date, informative, and interactive educational texts out on the market! We are your one stop shop for all your veterinary continued educational needs! See our website at ServetUSA.com!

SECUROS SURGICAL

177 NE 1st Ave Miami, FL 33132 US

2228

443 Main St Fiskdale, MA 01518 US

We build our work around the way you work. For over 20 years, we’ve designed quality surgical products. Focused on Orthopedics, Instrumentation and Suture we will provide you with industry leading quality at price points that drive your success. We are the standard for customer experience. Visit booth #2228. 4910

3190 N Kennicott Ave Arlington Heights, IL 60004 US

Vet Ray Technology by Sedecal, is the world’s largest manufacturer of Veterinary specific x-ray equipment. Vet Ray Technology has the top selling small animal table for both digital and film applications and supplies a wide variety of large animal products. 4342

2105

Room 606, No 3388, GongHeXin Rd Shanghai, Shanghai 201620 CN

Established in 1993 and headquartered in Shanghai, Bojin, as an advanced orthopedic equipment manufacturer and solutions provider, focuses on the development and marketing of orthopedic-purpose motor products, X-ray imagescopes, treatment apparatus, and supporting surgical tools/parts. It has more than 100 types of orthopedic products under eight series/parts. SHENZHEN LANDWIND MEDICAL CO., LTD.

P: 321.244.3031 W: www.selectmerchantsolutions.com

Floor 8-9 Block A4, Nanshan iPark,, No.1001 Xuanyuan Rd, Nanshan District Shenzhen, Guangdong 518055 CN

2405 Forest Park Blvd Fort Worth, TX 76110 US P: 817.752.5553 W: www.sequelvet.com

1114

800

P: +75528225759 W: www.szmillion.com Our company was established in 2011, is a leading manufactuer of medical equipments,we focuses on the production, development and sales of Dynamic Urine Meter, Telemetry Central Monitoring System, Multi-parameter patient monitors series and etc. We are looking for distributors,agents to expand market together. And professional OEM, ODM are also available. 912

1745 Rustic Timbers Ln, Ste B Prescott, AZ 86303 US P: 970.443.8086 W: www.Shepherdapp.com Shepherd is the only software created by a practicing female veterinarian. Practices using Shepherd’s intuitive cloud-based technology earn up to 20% more revenue by never missing a charge. Medical records are completed in minutes, ensuring you get home on time, and everything is automated from estimate to invoice. SHIPP’S DENTAL AND SPECIALTY PRODUCTS 3408

150 W Fulton St Sanford, FL 32771 US

SEQUEL DIAGNOSTICS

SHENZHEN MILLION MEDICAL I NSTRUMENT CO., LTD.

SHEPHERD SOFTWARE, INC.

P: +8621.6630.8077 W: www.bojin-medical.com

P: 800.920.9525 W: www.vetray.com

SELECT MERCHANT SOLUTIONS

1524

The recruitment service that guarantees experienced, qualified and available staff exactly when you need them. We go above and beyond to guarantee that our clients are always supplied with the perfect people for their team, as well as finding the perfect roles for veterinary staff across the nation. SHANGHAI BOJIN ELECTRIC I NSTRUMENT & DEVICE CO., LTD

DESCRIPTIONS

RM601 of E5 Juyin Technology & Industrial Zone, Buji Street, Longgang District Shenzhen, Guangdong 518129 CN

P: 857.208.7309 W: www.sevenah.com

P: 877.266.3349 W: www.securos.com/

SEDECAL USA, INC.

SEVEN ANIMAL HEALTH

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4141

8361 W Tangerine Rd Marana, AZ 85658 US P: 520.682.9972 W: www.shippsdental.com Complete line of veterinary dentistry products, models and specialty items. NEW SHARPEN FREE INSTRUMENTS! Learn how our Root Tip Remover and sharpen free instruments save time and frustration! NEW PLAQUE RE-LEASE. www.shippsdental.com or 800-442-0107. SHOR-LINE

4608, 4610

511 Osage Ave Kansas City, KS 66105 US

P: 86 755 86522242 W: www.landwindmedical.com/

P: 913.281.1500 W: www.shor-line.com

LANDWIND MEDICAL is a health care group company headquartered in Shenzhen, China, established in 1994. Till now, we cater our global medical care to over 30,000 medical institutions in more than 130 countries.

Shor-Line, The leader in Animal Care equipment is displaying products to enhance the operation of your Facility. New Surgery and exam lights, oxygen therapy doors and Low stress feline housing show future trends in animal care equipment. Three generations of family care has made Shor-Line, Kansas’s Exporter of the Year. SILVERGLIDE / MAI ANIMAL HEALTH 605 Pro-Ject Dr Elmwood, WI 54740 US P: 800.447.0687

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Booth#N – Nonprofit.

4712


EXHIBITOR SIMMONS & ASSOCIATES

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DESCRIPTIONS 2333

SMARTPRACTICE

2025

SOLUTIONS BY DESIGN

1329

11737 26 Mile Rd Oakdale, CA 95361 US

3400 E McDowell Rd Phoenix, AZ 85008 US

2152 East Copper Ave, Ste 109 Fresno, CA 93730 US

P: 209.845.2088 W: www.simmonsinc.com

P: 800.522.0800 W: www.smartpractice.com/vet

P: 800.888.4084 W: www.solutionsbydesign.com/

Since 1977, Simmons & Associates has been a trusted business adviser and broker to thousands of veterinarians who were looking to buy or sell a practice. We specialize in veterinary practice sales, appraisals, brokering and consultation. Simmons & Associates has the most accredited business appraisers in the industry.

For over 40 years, SmartPractice® has been a trusted partner for health care practices. We provide clinical supplies, medical exam gloves, client communications, giveaways, and office essentials that help practices manage costs, deliver excellent care and develop loyal client relationships.

Solutions by Design features a unique blend of technology, marketing, and communications products and services to enhance your marketing efforts and grow your business. Whether you need an individual application, integrated technology-based Ecosystem, or custom application to run your business, we are the solution.

SKECHERS

806

330 S Sepulveda Blvd Manhattan Beach, CA 90266 US

Perfect for men and women in environments with potential slip or impact dangers, this occupational footwear line offers utility, safety and comfort on the job without sacrificing style. 3236

10313 S SunnyLn Rd Oklahoma City, OK 73160 US

600 Meadowlands Pkwy, Ste 131 Secaucus, NJ 07094 US

SmartTag microchip is a leader in pet protection, every microchip includes a lifetime registration, a metal collar ID tag, and various other services. We offer the Standard, Mini and the Data microchips. The Data microchip allows you to program any information you desire, on the microchip, update them any time! SMITHS MEDICAL

Skulls Unlimited is the leading supplier of Osteological specimens. Offering natural bone skulls and skeletons plus cadaver specimens. With over 500 animal skulls and skeletons to choose from Skulls Unlimited is sure to have what you are looking for. 2128

145 N Sierra Madre Blvd, Ste. 11 Pasadena, CA 91107 US P: 626.421.6818 W: www.sleepypod.com/

3018

CRASH TESTED AND CERTIFIED TRAVEL HARNESSES AND CARRIERS? To protect the joy of traveling with pets, Sleepypod crash tested its entire line of dog safety harnesses and pet carriers at the standard set for child safety restraints. Visit the website for more information at http://sleepypod.com. Safe travels.®

2236

P: 425.753.2105 W: www.microcynvs.com MicrocynVS® products, AVAILABLE ONLY TO VETERINARIANS, have at their foundation the performance-stabilized Microcyn® Technology, which is used in the cleaning, irrigation and debridement of wounds, burns, cuts, rashes, biofilms and abrasions as well as the irrigation and cleansing of eyes (with intact cornea) and outer ears. SONTEC INSTRUMENTS, INC.

3413

7248 S Tucson Way Centennial, CO 80112 US

P: 800.258.5361 W: www.smiths-medical.com Smiths Medical offers a line of veterinary medical devices under the SurgiVet® brand. SurgiVet® is a globally recognized portfolio of products specific to the animal health industry including a comprehensive range of monitoring devices, anesthesia systems and quality critical care consumables for clinics, emergency referral facilities, specialty and research markets. SNYDER MFG. CO.

SONOMA PHARMACEUTICALS 1129 N McDowell Blvd Petaluma, CA 94954 US

6000 Nathan Ln N Plymouth, MN 55442 US

P: 405.794.9300 W: www.skullsunlimited.com

SLEEPYPOD

1908

P: 201.537.5644 W: www.idtag.com

P: 310.318.3100, ext 1316 W: www.skechers.com

SKULLS UNLIMITED INTERNATIONAL, INC.

SMARTTAG MICROCHIP

4210

P: 303.790.9411 W: www.sontecinstruments.com Sontec offers headlights and loupes and the most comprehensive selection of exceptional hand held surgical instruments available to the discriminating surgeon. There is no substitute for quality, expertise and individualized service. Sontec’s vast array awaits your consideration at our booth. SOUTHERN VETERINARY PARTNER

6228 S Troy Cir Centennial, CO 80111 US

800 Shades Creek Pkwy, Ste 625 Birmingham, AL 35209 US

P: 800.422.1932 W: www.snydermfg.com

P: 205.453.4760 W: www.svp.vet

610

Snyder Mfg. Co., the leader in laminated animal care enclosures since 1957, produces laminate cage units and kennel runs. Our product line includes: Kennel Runs, Intensive Care Units, Cage Units, Cat Cottages with Litter Pan Hiders, EuroCondos, Corner Cat Cottages, Drying Cages, Avian Treatment Cages, and Pet Display Units.

Booth#N – Nonprofit.

Vet Detective Participant.

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EXHIBITOR SOUTHWEST VETERINARY SYMPOSIUM

3640

SPRAY MASTER TECHNOLOGIES

1814

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DESCRIPTIONS

STERIS ANIMAL HEALTH

1513

115 E Linden St Rogers, AR 72756 US

3301 1st Ave North Birmingham, AL 35222 US

P: 800.548.3373 W: www.kennelcleaning.com

P: 844.540.9810 W: www.sterisanimalhealth.com

Southwest Veterinary Symposium is a partnership of the Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas VMAs, as well as Oklahoma Veterinary Technician Association and VTAT to provide continuing education for veterinary professionals. The show is held each fall in Texas and includes continuing education, exhibits, interactive labs, and social activities.

SMT specializes in central pressure washer systems that enable operators to clean from multiple remote stations, located conveniently throughout their facilities. Wall mounted and portable systems are featured meeting specific needs/building scenarios. We provide high quality pressure washers to Food Service, Quick Serve Restaurants, Convenience Stores, and Animal Care.

STERIS Animal Health leverages our engineering and technical excellence, knowledgeable support team, and a legacy of sterility and infection control solutions to offer dynamic solutions for today’s veterinarians. Our unique portfolio includes Spectrum Veterinary Instruments, Endo-i Veterinary Endoscopes, GEPCO Veterinary Drapes & Gowns, and Everost Veterinary Orthopedics.

SPECIALTY VETERINARY PHARMACY

SR SCALES BY SR INSTRUMENTS

STONE MFG. & SUPPLY CO

801 E Plano Pkwy, Ste 208 Plano, TX 75074 US P: 972.664.9800 W: www.swvs.org

4240

600 Young St Tonawanda, NY 14150 US

4159 Bluebonnet Dr Stafford, TX 7747 US

SVPMEDS is a compounding pharmacy serving veterinary clinicians seeking outstanding quality, affordability, and service. In 2016, we fulfilled 51,000 prescriptions across America, and more than 80% went out the day they were received. SVP is known for providing customized and innovative solutions for hard-to-find drugs and hard-to-medicate pets. 2238

142 Whitbeck Rd Coeymans Hollow, NY 12046 US

SpectraVET manufactures a wide range of therapeutic lasers and photobiomodulation devices for veterinary medicine, physical therapy and rehabilitation of small and large animals. 21 years young, and still growing, SpectraVET provides the most reliable and best-value laser systems for your specific needs, and the expertise needed for safe, effective use. 3814

2801 S 35th St Phoenix, AZ 85034 US P: 800.553.1391 W: www.vetallergy.com Improve your success rates in allergy testing & treatment by utilizing the most advanced technology available, SPOT Platinum™. Testing panels include 91 allergens & treatment up to 20 allergens, with success rates as high as 90%. Unmatched support, turnaround & the only proven solution that actually addresses allergy's root cause.

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Booth#N – Nonprofit.

1103

c/o University Support Svcs The N American Correspondent, 3500 Sunrise Hwy Bldg 300 Great River, NY 11739 US

STANDARD PROCESS INC.

704

1200 W Royal Lee Dr Palmyra, WI 53156 US P: 800.558.8740 W: www.standardprocess.com Whole food supplements provide a complex matrix of nutrients in their natural form to help support canine, feline, and equine body systems. They are ideal complements to allopathic therapies and can be used short or longterm. Stop by to chat with our experts about your challenging cases. STEARNS BANK

Stone has been a family owned and operated Am. co. that has manufactured quality and innovative equipment for the veterinary and producer industry since 1932.That innovation continues with the introduction of new equine products and a cutting edge line of antimicrobial products for all animals. SUBURBAN SURGICAL COMPANY, INC

3212

275 12th St Wheeling, IL 60090 US P: 800.323.7366 W: www.suburbansurgical.com

P: 800.899.6337 W: www.sgu.edu

P: 540.471.1332 W: www.spectravet.com

SPECTRUM VETERINARY

P: 816.231.4020 W: www.stonemfg.net

SR Scales offers a complete line of weighing systems for the veterinary practice. Our products are suitable for both the mobile and stationary veterinarian. SR Scales are designed to provide the option to weigh in metrics or pounds and/or ounces. Additionally, SR Scales manufactures zoological and aquarium scales. ST. GEORGE'S UNIVERSITY

2230

1212 Kansas Ave Kansas City, MO 64127 US

P: 716.693.5977 W: www.srinstruments.com

P: 877.673.3705 W: www.svpmeds.com

SPECTRAVET THERAPEUTIC LASERS

2202

4641

500 13th St, PO Box 750 Albany, MN 56307 US P: 800.247.1922 W: www.StearnsBank.com Stearns Bank is an independently owned bank headquartered in Minnesota with a direct lender leasing division. We provide equipment financing to businesses in numerous industries across the nation. Our customers value our personal approach and our sense of urgency with each deal. Our bank is also a Preferred SBA Lender!

For more than 70 years, Suburban Surgical has designed, engineered and manufactured quality products for the veterinary industry. We offer thousands of the finest stainless steel and laminated products, which are widely recognized for their excellence.Made in USA with American suppliers. 800-323-7366 SUNTECH MEDICAL, INC.

1226

507 Airport Blvd, Ste 117 Morrisville, NC 27560 US P: 800.421.8626 W: www.suntechmed.com SunTech Medical is the preeminent supplier of clinical-grade, BP monitoring solutions. Our product line allows you to choose the BP and vital signs solution that works for your veterinary practice or hospital. Whether you need BP for check-ups or a multiparameter monitor during procedures, we have your clinical grade solution.


EXHIBITOR

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SUPERA ANESTHESIA INNOVATIONS

DESCRIPTIONS 3840

TERRAVET REAL ESTATE SOLUTIONS

1115

THUNDERWORKS

1508

12330 SE Hwy 212 Clackamas, OR 97015 US

33 Rock Hill Rd, Ste 320 Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004 US

112A Broadway St Durham, NC 27701 US

P: 503.723.5068 W: www.superavet.com

P: 215.395.6210 W: www.terravetrealestate.com

P: 866.892.2078 W: www.thunderworks.com

For over 25 years Supera Anesthesia Innovations has been a leader in designing and manufacturing veterinary anesthesia equipment that is safer for patients, easy to operate, and extremely reliable. Supera offers a full line of anesthesia machines, waste gas evacuation systems and Pureline oxygen concentrators. All proudly made in Oregon.

Terravet offers its industry knowledge and insights to veterinary real estate owners, making sure veterinarians maximize the value of their property.

ThunderShirt uses gentle, constant pressure to calm your dog. Experts believe that pressure has a calming effect on the nervous system. Using pressure to relieve anxiety in people and animals has been a common practice for years such as swaddling infants and weighted pressure vests to help people with autism.

SURGITEL / GSC

4311

77 Enterprise Dr Ann Arbor, MI 48103 US P: 800.959.0153 W: www.surgitel.com SurgiTel is the manufacturer of premium loupes and headlights sold around the world from their headquarters in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Holding a variety of patents SurgiTel is always on the forefront of Vision and Ergonomics. SWIFT OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS, INC.

4508

6508 Tri-County Pkwy Schertz, TX 78154 US

Swift Optical Instruments is excited to introduce a new line of WiFi enabled digital microscopes with integrated tablets! We are also unveiling a line of Motic USB 3.0 cameras with enhanced software capabilities, all designed with your practice and budget in mind. Stop by our booth for a demonstration. 2433

9880 Douglas Floyd Pkwy Noblesville, IN 46060 US

7107 S Yale Ave, Ste 315 Tulsa, OK 74136 US

TITAN GROUP

P: 918.298.7025 W: www.thevetrecruiter.com

654 Lexington Ave, Ste 1008 New York, NY 10021 US

The VET Recruiter is the premier executive search and recruitment firm in the Animal Health Industry and Veterinary Profession in the USA. We place veterinarians, boarded specialists, leadership and other professionals in veterinary practices, and veterinarians, sales, marketing, R&D, Regulatory and leadership professionals in the Animal Health industry.

P: 973.433.3400 W: www.titangroupdea.com

THE VETERINARY COOPERATIVE

818

2906 Central St, Ste 116 Evanston, IL 60201 US

TVC is a clinic owned nationwide cooperative created to level the playing field in the veterinary marketplace. TVC provides buying power, business expertise, free live and on-demand continuing education, and collaborative networking to compete against the corporatization of veterinary clinics. THORNELL CORPORATION

Tartar Shield Products are patented, clinically proven dental care products recommended by Board-Certified Dental Specialists. Our Soft Rawhide Chews are VOHC approved for Tartar Control. Other products include Cat Treats, Dog Biscuits, Sprinkles and DentaTabs. All made in the USA. Visit our booth for free samples and show special.

4724

100 James St Smithville, MO 64089 US

384 S 400 W, Ste 125 London, UT 84042 US

Founded by retired DEA Supervisory Special Agent, Jack Teitelman, TITAN Group is a fullservice regulatory compliance, drug security and anti-diversion solutions provider. Our experts service all segments of the healthcare industry including veterinary practices and hospitals, to identify and mitigate your risk through our in-depth assessment process and remediation/training services.

P: 419.945.2408 W: www.totalpracticesolutionsgroup.com Total Practice Solutions Group specialize in appraisal & veterinary practice sales. We offer both seller and buyer representation, valuations, exit strategies, assistance with Lenders, associate buy-ins & business consulting. We provide personal service to our clients with help during the practice transition process & focus on financial success & growth. 4013

5201 Ravenswood Rd, Ste 118 Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33312 US P: 954.374.8637 W: www.trimlineinc.com Trimline Offers 6 sizes of soft, flexible, comfortable, recovery collars for all cats and dogs: 4", 5.5", 6.5", 8", 9.5" and 12". Available at all distributors. Ask for Trimline Soft Blue Collar. Offering Chemline 11 Parameter Urinalysis Test Strips - Designed for veterinary use guaranteed reliability!

P: 901.980.0414 W: www.techcyte.com

Booth#N – Nonprofit.

1413

732 State Route 89, Ste 2 Polk, OH 44866 US

TRIMLINE MANUFACTURING

Make Every Impression Count, Don’t Take a Chance with Bad Odor! Unpleasant animalrelated odors are a common, daily occurrence, and managing them safely and effectively is an important part of keeping your work environment pleasant and your clients satisfied.

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602

TOTAL PRACTICE SOLUTIONS GROUP

P: 888.873.3442 W: www.thornell.com

P: 888.598.7658 W: www.tartarshield.com

TECHCYTE

2136

P: 847.328.3096 W: www.tvc.coop

P: 877.967.9438 W: www.swiftoptical.com

TARTAR SHIELD PET PRODUCTS

THE VET RECRUITER

Hands-on Lab Sponsor.

Vet Detective Participant.

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EXHIBITOR TRISMED CO., LTD.

2037

TUDOR TREADMILLS, INC

1526

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DESCRIPTIONS

UNITED COMMUNITY BANK

2007

409 Smeca, 65 Techno 3-ro, Yuseonggu Deajeonsi 34016 KR

1813 Rough Neck Dr Humble, TX 77338 US

125 E Broard st Greenviile , SC 29601 US

P: 82.42.936.7201 W: www.trismed.com

P: 281.319.0261 W: www.tudortreadmills.com

P: 303.503.5943 W: www.ucbi.com/veterinary

With Company’s philosophy of customer Satisfaction, Superiority and Specialization, TRISMED CO., LTD., was founded in 2000 and has been active in the research and development, manufacture and distribution on a world-wide scale of heart diagnostic equipment. Our products are targeted to offer reasonable price and high quality.

Manufacture innovative Canine Underwater Treadmills that harness the known advantages of rehabilitation and training, along with fitness, conditioning and general well being. Our latest generation, “Neptune Mark III” incorporates modern computertechnology and advanced design features.

United Community Bank specializes in helping veterinarians with financing through-out the United States. Specialties include financing for loans to veterinarians for commercial real estate acquisition, ground up construction, practice acquisition, start-up and debt refinancing. We have a dedicated group that delivers expedited loan approvals to our clients.

TRISTAR VET

4011

P O Box 1310 Boyd, TX 76023 US

Stainless Steel Veterinary Equipment. All Metal Wood Grain Cabinetry, Wet Lift Tables, Exam Tables, Tub Tables, Kennels, Cages, Cabinets, Hydraulic Bathing Tubs, Work Islands and Columns, Scrub Sinks, Fecal Sinks, Cat Condos and So Much More. 3036

630 Lone Hickory Ozark, MO 65721 US

Triumph Medical offers sales, rentals, and certified repair and calibration services, specializing in Infusion/Syringe Pumps, Critical Care Ventilators, Med Gas Hoses and fittings. Stop by our booth and check out our new custom "Hose Configurator" that allows you to build and order your Med Gas hoses directly from our website.  1019

6100 4th Ave S, Ste 200 Seattle, WA 98108 US W: www.trupanion.com/ Trupanion provides medical insurance for pets throughout the U.S. and Canada. Trupanion Express makes it possible to submit claims online in seconds, eliminating claim paperwork, reducing credit card fees and maximizing cash flow. Pet owners no longer wait for reimbursements and your staff can save time while practicing best medicine.

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Booth#N – Nonprofit.

25 Power Dr Hauppauge, NY 11788 US

For over 90 years, Tuttnauer’s sterilization and infection control products have been trusted by hospitals, universities, research institutes, clinics and laboratories throughout the world. Supplying a range of top-quality products to over 140 countries, Tuttnauer has earned global recognition as a leader in sterilization and infection control. TWC ARCHITECTURE & CONSTRUCTION

2213

1425

P: 800.800.6006 W: www.delmedical.com DEL MEDICAL is a leading manufacturer of x-ray imaging equipment and the manufacturer of the Universal DV Choice, a user friendly, digital veterinary imaging system. DV Choice systems are equipped with an integrated tube stand and an AP, high frequency DR generator providing a cost effective and time saving solution. UNIVERSAL IMAGING

3323

299 Adams St Bedford Hills, NY 10507 US P: 914.666.6200 W: www.universalimaginginc.com

P: 320.235.1664 W: www.twcinc.com TWC Architecture and Construction provides veterinarians a cost-effective, turnkey solution for new construction, remodeling, or tenant improvement projects nationwide. From site selection, design options, cost analysis, financing options, through hiring local subcontractors and construction, we offer peace of mind for your building needs as your Source from Start to Finish. ULTIMED

UNIVERSAL / DEL MEDICAL 241 Covington Dr Bloomingdale, IL 60108 US

1550 Willmar Ave SE Willmar, MN 56201 US

P: 888.962.0662 W: www.triumphmed.com

TRUPANION

1510

P: 800.624.5836 W: www.tuttnauerusa.com

P: 877.459.7827 W: www.tristarvet.com

TRIUMPH MEDICAL SERVICES

TUTTNAUER USA

1813

350 Hwy 7, Ste 100 Excelsior, MN 55331 US P: 877.854.3434 W: www.ulticare.com UltiMed, Inc, is an innovative syringe manufacturer and market leader in Dispense & Dispose UltiGuard Systems for both U-100 and U-40 insulin syringes featuring the U40, .3cc-1/2 unit syringe for easy to read doses. The iPet PRO Glucose Meter is ideal for clinic or in-home monitoring of feline and canine diabetic pets.

Ultrasound and Digital Radiography Veterinary Solutions. Leading the diagnostic imaging industry for 44 years, Universal Imaging offers cutting edge Ultrasound, Digital Radiography and Cloud Solutions for today’s veterinarian. Offering superior technology, service and education, we’re committed to meeting the needs of our customers, and their patients. UNIVERSAL MEDICAL SYSTEMS, INC.

3711

29500 Aurora Rd, Unit 16 Solon, OH 44139 US P: 440.349.3210 W: www.veterinary-imaging.com Universal Medical Systems, Inc. (Ohio) is the only LICENSED AUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTOR serving the veterinary market selling and leasing NEW CT and MRI scanners exclusively from four of the major manufacturers. New or certified systems are available with a variety of financing and service options.


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UNIVERSAL SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS

DESCRIPTIONS 4710

VARL

2920

VETBIOTEK, INC.

1528

10 Valley Rd Glen Cove, NY 11542 US

PO Box 41059 Pasadena, CA 91114 US

11401 Belcher Rd S, Ste 260 Largo, FL 33773 US

P: 516.860.6468 W: www.universalsurgical.com

P: 800.982.8275 W: www.varlallergy.com

P: 888.798.2030 W: www.vetbiotek.com

Universal Surgical Instruments has supported veterinarians for over 30 years by providing low prices for quality surgical instruments and supplies. Packs and individual instruments available in German, Midline and Economy grades to suit your clinic's needs. Jorgensen and MAI products available through USI.

VARL Liquid Gold serum allergy test is a liquidphase technology that will help you deliver effective allergen immunotherapy to your allergic dogs and cats – it’s really unique! The distinction is our accuracy of identifying and treating only culprit allergens for successful desensitization through injection and sublingual treatment applications.

VetBiotek provides innovative solutions for veterinary medicine. The VetBiotek management team has over 200 years of cumulative experience in the veterinary marketplace. Our goal is to bring the most advanced, novel ingredients to the veterinary marketplace to assist veterinarians in their management of liver disease, joint support and dermatological conditions.

UNIVERSITY OF TN CERTIFICATE PROGRAM IN CANINE REHAB 726

VCA/ANTECH DIAGNOSTICS/SOUND

1118

PO Box 522 E Hampstead, NH 03826 US

12401 West Olympic Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90064 US

P: 800.272.2044 W: www.utvetce.com

P: 800.VCA.PETS W: www.vcahospitals.com

Educating professionals in the principles and practical application of canine physical rehabilitation. Committed to presenting a curriculum that provides a solid foundation to treat all cases and to build and improve clinical practice in veterinary rehabilitation

ANTECH Diagnostics: the nation’s leading veterinary diagnostic laboratory. SOUND: The industry’s #1 digital imaging company offering ultrasound, digital radiography, therapy laser, CT, education, & PACS. VCA Animal Hospitals: Employment available in more than 600 animal hospitals. VCA Hospital Acquisitions: Acquiring free standing practices. Via: Practice management software.

US CREMATION EQUIPMENT

2000

528 Northlake Blvd, Ste 1040 Altamonte Springs, FL 32701 US

VEDCO

P: 321.282.7357 W: www.uscremationequipment.com

5503 Corporate Dr St. Joseph, MO 64507 US

We manufacture quality PET CREMATION SYSTEMS specifically designed for the demands of the veterinary market. We provide a full range of products and services tailored to your pet cremation service, including eight pet crematory models to choose from as well as a complete line of pet urns and memorial products.

P: 816.238.8840 W: www.vedco.com

USDA - FOOD SAFETY AND INSPECTION SERVICE

723

100 N 6th St, Ste 420-C Minneapolis, MN 55403 US

1822

27461 Via Industria Temecula, CA 92590 US

3537

P: 888.628.8783 W: www.vetclassics.com VETCLASSICS® products are a complementary pet health supplement line developed by leading veterinarians for dogs, cats and horses. Every product is formulated with science-based ingredients and veterinarian-recommended to support pet health from the inside out. VETCORDER/MAI ANIMAL HEALTH

4812

161 W Sunset Dr, Ste 102 Waukesha, WI 53189 US P: 1.844.VETCORDER W: www.sentierconnect.com

Vedco features a complete line of pharmaceuticals, nutritionals, instruments, equipment and supplies that deliver exceptional value by providing the highest quality at affordable prices. Come see us at booth #3537 or visit our web site at www.vedco.com for a listing of products, brochures, MSDS sheets, Vedco Distributors and contact information. VET ROCKET, LLC

VETCLASSICS

3740

Founded by experienced technologists & veterinarians, Sentier is committed to bringing the most innovative, cost efficient and clinically relevant monitoring devices to the veterinary market. They are known industry-wide as a leader in providing best in class 24/7 customer support. VETEL DIAGNOSTICS

1805

3592 Sacramento Rd, Ste 110 San Luis Obispo, CA 93401-8151 US

P: 612.659.7044 W: www.fsis.usda.gov/wps/portal/fsis/home

2065 Martin Ave, Ste 106 Santa Clara, CA 95050 US

P: 800.458.8890 W: www.veteldiagnostics.com

VAN BEEK NATURAL SCIENCE

P: 800.757.0266 W: www.vetrocket.com

Vetel helps you achieve the most accurate diagnosis possible with its market-leading imaging technology and the industry’s most diverse diagnostic modality toolbox. Let Vetel give you superior precision and workflow with our Neural Network-enabled software and complete and integrated digital imaging solutions.

1902

3689 460th St Orange City, IA 51041 US P: 712.737.2958 W: www.vanbeekpets.com Van Beek Natural Science is dedicated to providing safe, healthy, all-natural products to veterinarians for the healthcare of cats, dogs & horses. Our products include: DiaGel, Synacore, QuadraClear, ElimiDerm, EquiHeal & Lickguard. Stop by our booth to learn about our innovative products and receive a free sample.

Located in Silicon Valley and founded by digital imaging veteran Andy Fu, Vet Rocket develops high-quality digital radiography and software products for demanding veterinary applications. Vet Rocket dedicates its engineering and software development efforts to designing new generations of innovative digital imaging products, including advanced hardware, software and cloud-based solutions.

Booth#N – Nonprofit.

Hands-on Lab Sponsor.

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EXHIBITOR VETERICYN

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3546 N Riverside Ave Rialto, CA 92377 US P: 866.318.3116 W: www.vetericynvf.com Vetericyn® VF Plus products are the next generation of wound & skin solutions. Vetericyn VF Plus is a superoxidized hypochlorous autolytic debridement solution for cleaning, irrigating and moisturizing wounds while staying non-toxic, non-irritating and non-sensitizing to the animal - setting the stage for optimal healing conditions. VETERINARY ANESTHESIA SYSTEMS, INC.

4638

1721 E Aurelius Ave Phoenix, AZ 85020 US

1018

Since 1984, VAS Inc. has been a nationally recognized leader providing the highest quality anesthesia equipment sales and service. VAS Partners have a combined 80 years of veterinary equipment experience including surgical lighting, stainless products, medical gas systems and dental equipment. Come see our extensive product lines! Visit Booth 4638! 623

P: 904.436.6540 W: www.vetimplants.com

VECCS promotes advancement of knowledge in veterinary emergency and critical care medicine, leading to improved patient care of severely ill/ injured animals. VECCS conducts international continuing education symposia, publishes a peer reviewed journal (JVECC), maintains a web site & produces Proceedings. VECCS membership exceeds 5000. Annual IVECCS draws over 4000.

Over 25 years of delivering the widest selection of veterinary orthopedic implants, power equipment and instruments with unparalleled customer service.

VETERINARY HOSPITAL MANAGERS ASSOC.

622

P: 877.599.2707 W: www.vhma.org

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Booth#N – Nonprofit.

P: 800.409.8688 W: www.veterinarypracticenews.com

VETERINARY INFORMATION NETWORK (VIN)

VTS provides a variety of dental and orthopedic bone grafts at prices that fit your practice. In addition to real bone allografts, we provide an affordable synthetic graft, Synergy, an injectable bone putty, Fusion Xpress and our newest product, Fortigen-P, an enhanced bone graft with BMP-like technology. Visit booth 2114!

3340

Welcome to the VIN Member Lounge! VIN members, stop by booth 3340 to grab a snack and a beverage. Not a current member? Begin your FREE 30-day trial at booth 3340 or online at www.vin.com, then come join us in the VIN Member Lounge.

Veterinary Concepts provides unique, innovative products that are both functional and practical for any veterinary practice. With over 40 years of experience in the animal healthcare industry, we offer a wide array of products for large and small animal practitioners in categories including: Containers, Reproduction, Specialty, Instruments and Nutritionals.

15 Wertheim Ct, Ste 710 Richmond Hill, ON L4P 3E9 CA

VETERINARY TRANSPLANT SERVICES

Veterinary Association Management was founded and established in 1984 with the sole purpose of managing and providing quality CE for veterinarians, technicians and other support staff to get their required hours. We continue to manage the NCCAA and VASAM one day meetings and weekend conferences.

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Since 1981 the Veterinary Hospital Managers Association has played an indispensable role in growing the efficiency, effectiveness and profitability of veterinary practices by focusing exclusively on advancing the expertise, knowledge and skills of the veterinary management professional.

P: 800.700.4636 W: www.vin.com

P: 800.826.6948 W: www.veterinaryconcepts.com

VETERINARY PRACTICE NEWS

Veterinary Practice News provides new and objective coverage of issues, trends and events, and serves as an open forum for discussing controversial topics, new profit centers and best practices.

P: 252.747.8180 W: www.vetmeetings.com

605 Pro-Ject Dr Elmwood, WI 54740 US

4040

P: 210.698.5575 W: www.veccs.org/

777 W Covell Blvd Davis, CA 95616 US

4811

VETERINARY ORTHOPEDIC IMPLANTS 310 Commerce Lake Dr, Ste 107 Saint Augustine, FL 32095 US

P O Box 505 Maury, NC 28554 US

VETERINARY CONCEPTS

DESCRIPTIONS

6335 Camp Bullis Rd, Ste 12 San Antonio, TX 78257 US

PO Box 2280 Alachua, FL 32616 US

P: 602.870.7619 W: www.vasinc.net

VETERINARY ASSOCIATION MANAGEMENT, INC.

VETERINARY EMERGENCY & CRITICAL CARE SOCIETY

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VETERINARY MARKETING SERVICES

2229

1901 Hur Industrial Blvd Cedar Park, TX 78613 US P: 512.671.7710 W: www.vetmkt.com VMS is the supplier of Centor prescription ware, including the popular 1-Clic® reversible lid pill vial. Vials are available in red, amber, and green. Also, see other plastic dispensing products on display, including boston rounds, yorkers, ointment jars, serums, daubers, spray bottles, and more!

2114

215 E Titus St Kent, WA 98032 US P: 253.520.0771 W: www.vtsonline.com

VETLAND MEDICAL SALES & SERVICES, LLC

4921

2601 Holloway Rd Louisville, KY 40299 US P: 866.476.0589 W: www.vetlandmedical.com Vetland Medical is the MOST capable veterinary equipment manufacturer, partnering with veterinarians and our distributors to provide safe and secure positive patient outcomes by introducing innovative, quality products and exceptional technical support. VETMATRIX

1725

5550 Morehouse Dr San Diego, CA 92121 US P: 800.462.8749 W: www.vetmatrix.com At VetMatrix, we specialize in websites and online marketing solutions for veterinarians with small to medium-size businesses who want to gain a larger local market share. We provide the solution for all your online marketing needs to help attract new business and engage current clients.

Hands-on Lab Sponsor.

Vet Detective Participant.


EXHIBITOR VETMEDWEAR

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DESCRIPTIONS 1008

VETRISCIENCE LABORATORIES

4339

VETSCENE, INC.

4825

12717 Gulfstream Blvd Port Charlotte, FL 33981 US

929 Harvest Ln Williston, VT 05495 US

94 E Crogan St Lawrenceville, GA 30046 US

P: 888.976.8696 W: www.wetmedwear.com

P: 800.882.9993 W: www.vetriscience.com

P: 877.431.4978 W: www.vetsceneproactive.com

VetMedWear offers a complete line of postsurgical clothing for cats, dogs, and rabbits used by over 1,000 animal hospitals instead of the E-Collar. Our products are proven through studies to increase compliance, reduce postsurgical complications, and reduce anxiety for patients.

VetriScience® Laboratories has led the way in the animal health industry with the formulation of nutritional supplements for companion animals. For over 40 years, pet owners and veterinarians have known VetriScience® as a company that sets new standards of quality, safety and efficacy.

VETNIQUE LABS

VETS FIRST CHOICE

VetScene is an independent company providing cutting-edge marketing tools that work seamlessly with your clinic's practice management software and will Increase Revenue, Improve Compliance, and Strengthen Client Loyalty. Patient Portal, Pet Health ID Cards ™, customized clinic apps, VetScene TV, loyalty program, websites, reputation management, full-color reminder postcards + more!

1707

2729

1864 High Grove Ln #112 NAPERVILLE, IL 60540 US

7 Custom House St, 2nd Floor Portland, ME 04101 US

P: 800.643.7558 W: www.vetnique.com

P: 888.280.2221 W: www.vetsfirstchoice.com

9500 NE Cascades Pkwy Portland, OR 97220 US

Vetnique Labs is the manufacturer of Glandex®, a natural supplement for anal gland and digestive problems in dogs and cats, Profivex® a FIVE strain, clinical strength probiotic for dogs and cats and Furbliss - grooming products. Vetnique Labs is committed to quality and innovation in animal health.

Vets First Choice provides the leading technology to help veterinarians identify gaps in care and manage therapies. The company’s portfolio includes digital prescription management, specialty pharmacy, e-commerce, and data analytics. Its innovative Platform enables practices to better serve clients, grow compliance and revenues, and compete effectively in a digital world.

P: 877.738.8883 W: www.vetsource.com

VETOQUINOL

708

VETS PLUS, INC.

4250 N Sylvania Ave Fort Worth, TX 76137 US

3612

302 Cedar Falls Rd Menomonie, WI 54751 US

P: 817.529.7500 W: www.vetoquinolusa.com Vetoquinol USA, celebrating 80 years exclusively dedicated to animal health, develops, manufactures and markets a comprehensive line of animal health products, including: Renal Care, Hepatic Care, Pain Management, Joint Mobility & Flexability, Dermatological and Nutritional Supplements. VETPARTNERS

VETSOURCE

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PO Box 37 Villanova, PA 19085 US P: 609.527.3010 W: www.vetpartners.org VetPartners is a nonprofit association of veterinary professionals dedicated to serving the veterinary profession. With areas of expertise in over 10 professional categories pertaining to veterinary practice management, VetPartners and its members are an invaluable resource for veterinary practice owners and practitioners. For more information, visit vetpartners.org.

Vetsource provides veterinary practices with tools to run a better business and deliver better care. As the only industry-endorsed provider of Home Delivery pharmacy services, including AutoShip and RemindMe, Vetsource helps practices increase revenue, boost compliance and enhance client relationships. VETSTEM BIOPHARMA

3511

12860 Danielson Ct, Ste B Poway, CA 92064 US

P: 715.231.1234 W: www.vets-plus.com Vets Plus, Inc., located in Menomonie, Wis., is a leading manufacturer of health and nutritional supplements for food and companion animals. Vets Plus creates custom formulations of innovative nutraceutical products in a variety of feeding forms. All of its products are manufactured in the U.S.A. VETSCAPES

1521

2740

P: 858.748.2004 W: www.vetstem.com The leader in regenerative veterinary medicine for over ten years. VetStem is a team of veterinarians, scientists, technicians and support staff dedicated to delivering safe and effective stem cell and other regenerative cell therapies to practicing veterinarians. VETSTORIA LTD

2940

7 Edinburgh Rd S Guelph, ON N1H 5N8 CA

Unit 3, 60 Tanner St London, England SE1 3PP GB

P: 905.466.2530 W: www.vetscapes.com

P: 44 20 7164 6078 W: www.vetstoria.com

VETSCAPESTM is an Escape Room experience for players who are passionate about animal health. Join us for a fun, educational, team-building adventure where groups of 4 test their wits in a race against time. VETSCAPESTM 2019 is produced by Think Partners and brought to you by Ceva Animal Health.

We provide the veterinary clinics with a system that allows pet owners to book appointments online from your website, wellness reminders or facebook page: - synchronized with your management software so that the bookings are displayed automatically in your diary. - Highly customisable. - Optimised for mobile use

Booth#N – Nonprofit.

Vet Detective Participant.

Learning Lounge Sponsor.

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EXHIBITOR VETSTRATEGY

VETZLIFE PRODUCTS, INC.

1326

4438

30 Whitmore Rd, Unit 2 Woodbridge, ON L4L7Z2 CA

4264 Shoreline Dr Spring Park, MN 55384 US

P: 902.292.4143 W: www.vetstrategy.com/

P: 888.453.4682 W: www.vetzlife.com

Does practice ownership have you feeling overwhelmed? Still want to practice veterinary medicine but not manage the business? Considering succession planning? VetStrategy is a 100% Canadian owned and operated company focused on the acquisition, partnership of veterinary practices across Canada. Contact us to learn why so many owners choose VetStrategy.

VetzLife provides holistic alternatives for your clinic’s needs including superior oral care for prophylactic maintenance, calming support, and organic flea/ tick repellent alternatives. Our oral care products are especially ideal for seniors and patients that aren’t candidates for anesthesia, is guaranteed to prevent buildup, and dissolve existing calculus.

VETTED PETCARE

VIAGEN PETS

2237

VICTOR MEDICAL COMPANY

4308

50 Bunsen Irvine, CA 92618 US

2937

609 Price Ave, Ste 101 Redwood City, CA 94063 US

P: 800.888.8908 W: www.victormedical.com

P: 844.4VETTER W: www.vettersoftware.com

Victor Medical Company is the largest privately owned veterinary distributor in California, Arizona, Nevada, and Pacific Northwest. We are family owned, founded by people who believe in excellence and are dedicated to providing our customers with exceptional service.

Vetter Software offers better business tools for the world’s veterinarians, including cloudbased practice management software, data and analytics, and client engagement solutions. Stop by to learn why more than 1,000 practices in 27 countries trust us to help run their practices better. VETZ USA, LLC

2640

200 Prosperity Rd Knoxville, TN 37923 US P: 865.770.3230 W: www.vetz.vet VetZ is one of the leading suppliers of information technologies in the veterinary medicine industry. True to our guiding principle work easy, VetZ products simplify the work flow and daily routine of more than 120,000 users working in the animal healthcare sector.

VIRBAC

1913

3200 Meacham Blvd Ft. Worth, TX 76137 US P: 682.647.3504 W: www.us.virbac.com Exclusively focused on animal health, Virbac is one of the leading companion animal health companies in the U.S. They offer flagship products such as SENTINEL® SPECTRUM® and SENTINEL FLAVOR TABS®, along with IVERHART® Brand Products. Virbac is also a category leader in the Dental and Dermatology markets. VIROX ANIMAL HEALTH

1800

2770 Coventry Rd Oakville, ON L6H 6R1 CA P: 905.813.0110 W: www.viroxanimalhealth.com Virox Animal Health is a new division of Virox Technologies Inc. which will provide support to

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Booth#N – Nonprofit.

Hands-on Lab Sponsor.

Vet Detective Participant.

you and the animal health community via a team of technical experts and staff veterinarians on all things related to cleaning and disinfection for infection control and biosecurity. 4810

402 Gabriel Ct Menomonie, WI 54751 US P: 800.634.6066 W: www.visualmanagementllc.com Visual Management LLC™ offers a variety of simple visual communication tools for clinicians, staff and clients. Effectively manage your practice with Clip-Its™, Write-Boards™, Business Signs, ProFiles™ and much more! Visual Management also provides promotional products, apparel and giveaway items for all your clinic’s marketing needs. VMED TECHNOLOGY

The Worldwide Leader In Cloning The Pets We Love. ViaGen Pets & Equine offers Genetic Preservation and Cloning services for pets and equine. Stop by booth 1935 to learn more and meet our adorable Baxter a cloned toy poodle.

Vetted is the leading provider of in-home veterinary services across the country. We work with vets who are driven by the animals and people they serve. At Vetted, we believe vet care is better at home, so we are building a better future for pets, their owners, and veterinary professionals. VETTER SOFTWARE

1935

P: 866.876.6104 W: www.ViaGenPets.com

P: 855.583.8833 W: www.vettedpetcare.com

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VISUAL MANAGEMENT

715 Discovery Blvd, Ste 410 Cedar Park, TX 78613 US

1600 Main St, 2nd Flr Venice, CA 90291 US

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2111

914 167th St SE, Ste 471 Mill Creek, WA 98012 US P: 800.926.9622 W: www.vmedtechnology.com Vmed Technology makes and sells software and wireless patient monitors, ECG monitors and blood pressure monitors including Dopplers. Vmed wireless monitors link to your Windows computer or tablet. See our NEW Vet-DigiDop semi-automatic Doppler blood pressure monitor for surgery and exams. Take the labor out of Doppler. VORTECH PHARMACEUTICALS, LTD

4112

6851 Chase Rd Dearborn, MI 48126 US P: 313.584.4088 W: www.vortechpharm.com Vortech Pharmaceuticals, Ltd. presents the Fatal-Plus® family for classic euthanasia: reconstitutable powder and premix solution. Fatal-Plus® has an unparalleled track record of satisfactory performance and is used by veterinary clinics, major humane societies and animal control agencies across the United States for superior product humaneness, efficiency, economy, and reliability. WAG'N TAILS MOBILE VETERINARY CONVERSIONS

618

12633 Heather Park Dr Granger, IN 46530 US P: 800.513.0304 W: www.mobilevetclinic.com We help Veterinarians set their practice apart by going mobile or adding a mobile practice to their current brick-and-mortar. Our Mobile Veterinary Clinics have everything you need built-in to provide the best wellness care. Clients love the convenient and personal service and Veterinarians love the new opportunities and business growth.


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WAHL CLIPPER CORPORATION

DESCRIPTIONS 3838

2900 N Locust St Sterling, IL 61081 US

Wahl understands what you need in a clipper. Wahl Professional Veterinarian Products are designed for durability, comfort, and long life. For more information on our lithium products check us out at www.wahlanimal.com 1722

405 Heron Dr, Ste 200 Swedesboro, NJ 08085 US P: 800.331.8272 W: www.wedgewoodpetrx.com

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800 Walnut St Des Moines, IA 50309 US P: 800.577.5221 W: www.wellsfargo.com/vet The Wells Fargo Health Advantage® credit card program offers a wide range of financing options. With no interest, no interest if paid in full, and extended term financing, your veterinary practice can focus on providing treatment options to your clients while building your practice. Visit booth #2135 or WellsFargoHealthAdvantage.com WELLS FARGO PRACTICE FINANCE

2033

2001 Clayton Rd, 9th Flr Concord, CA 94520 US P: 800.326.0376 W: www.wellsfargo.com/practicefinance From opening your first practice to expanding or transitioning your business, Wells Fargo Practice Finance can help you reach your long-term professional and financial success. Assisting you through each practice milestone with planning resources, extensive financial services, and personalized support, we're here to help you achieve your goals.

ZIONS BANK / PRACTICE PATHWAYS

West Coast offers Specialty Surgical Orthopedic, Endoscopic Equipment & Repair Services. PRODUCTS: Power Equipment & Accessories, Rigid Endoscopic Equipment, Electrosurgical Units, Surgical Suction, Orthopedic Implants & Instrumentation, TTA & TPLO, Saw Blades & Burs. REPAIRS: Stryker & Linvatec Equipment, Power Equipment, Rigid Scopes, Instruments, IV Pumps, Centrifuges & Electrosurgical Units. 2234

535 N Brand Blvd, Ste 1050 Glendale, CA 91203 US

Practice Pathways, a professional finance division of Zions Bank. ZNLABS VETERINARY DIAGNOSTICS

P: 888.965.9652 W: www.znlabs.com ZOETIS Diagnostic 10 Sylvan Way Parsippany, NY 07054 US

P: 201-748-6000 W: www.wiley.com

P: 312.799.0106 W: www.zoetisus.com

Wiley is a global provider of knowledge and knowledge-enabled services in areas of research, professional practice and education. Developing digital education, learning, assessment and certification, partnering with societies, supporting researchers to communicate discoveries. Our digital content, books and 1600 online journals build on a 200 year heritage of quality publishing.

ZOETIS PETCARE

2734

3516 Seagate Way, Ste #100 Oceanside, CA 92056 US P: 844.493.2034 W: www.zenpetusa.com ZenPet we specialize in health and wellness products for pets. Our alternative E Collars (ZenCollar & ZenCone) have been the benchmark recovery Collar for two decades. Our other products include: Tick Tornado- tick removal tool, ZenDog-Calming compression shirt, & IV stabilizer- for fluid treatment. Please visit our website www.zenpetusa.com ZHUHAI LINTE MEDICAL INSTRUMENT CO., LTD

1004

66,Yongda Rd,Hongqi Town,Jinwan District Zhuhai, Guangdong 519090 CN P: 86.755.26604169 W: www.lintemend.com

600

300 High Rise Dr, Ste 300 Louisville, KY 40213 US

111 River St Hoboken, NJ 07030 US

ZENPET

1126

P: 206.280.7833 W: www.practicepathways.com

P: 909.466.4646 W: www.westcoastmedicalequipment.com

WILEY

WVC: Great care, delivered. That’s our promise to you and to your clients. Wedgewood Pharmacy and Diamondback Drugs have partnered to provide you with a wider compounded preparation selection, faster shipping, industryleading quality, and even better service. Stop by booths 1722 and 3812 to learn more! WELLS FARGO HEALTH ADVANTAGE

4908

10700 Jersey Blvd, Ste 270 Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730 US

P: 800.776.9245 W: www.wahlanimal.com

WEDGEWOOD PHARMACY

WEST COAST MEDICAL EQUIPMENT SERVICES, INC.

3128

2923

10 Sylvan Way Parsippany, NJ 07054 US P: 888.963.8471 W: www.zoetis.com Zoetis (z“-EH-tis) is the leading animal health company, dedicated to supporting its customers and their businesses. Building on more than 60 years of experience in animal health, Zoetis discovers, develops, manufactures and markets veterinary vaccines and medicines, complemented by diagnostic products and genetic tests and a range of services. ZOOPHARM, INC.

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1230 W Ash St, Ste D Windsor, CO 80550 US P: 866.823.9314 W: www.zoopharm.net ZooPharm is a highly specialized veterinary compounding pharmacy. We custom compound analgesics, sedatives, their antagonists, and other unique drugs for use in veterinary medicine. Visit us for information on Buprenorphine SR, Meloxicam SR and other sustained release injectable formulations for pain control in dogs, cats and other species!

Lintemed is committed to the R&D and manufacture of Digital multi-parameter monitor, Fingertip pulse oximeter, Handheld oximeter, Nebulizer, Oxygen generator, veterinary devices and so on. Prossessing fully autonomous intellectual property rights and multi R&D patents, the products function is close to the end-user’s demand, the performance is safe and reliable.

Booth#N – Nonprofit.

Learning Lounge Sponsor.

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EXHIBITOR ADVOCACY AND EDUCATION AAHA - AMERICAN ANIMAL HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION 3909 ACT ONLINE TRAINING 1530 AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL LASER APPLICATIONS 626 ASHWORTH COLLEGE 1306 ASPCA ANIMAL POISON CONTROL CENTER 822 BEST FRIENDS ANIMAL SOCIETY 3843 CHI INSTITUTE 2010 CHRISTIAN VETERINARY MISSION 1026 CLAYPAWS KITS 819 CLINICAL ANIMAL BEHAVIOR CONFERENCE 3743 HUMAN-ANIMAL BOND ASSOCIATION (HABA) 625 HUMANE SOCIETY VETERINARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION 826 INTERNATIONAL VETERINARY ACUPUNCTURE SOCIETY 925 INTERNATIONAL VETERINARY ULTRASOUND SOCIETY 727 ISELP (INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF EQUINE LOCOMOTOR PATHOLOGY) 725 K-STATE RABIES LABORATORY (KSVDL) 3742 KAREN PRYOR ACADEMY FOR ANIMAL TRAINING & BEHAVIOR 1212 KYON VETERINARY SURGICAL PRODUCTS 2634 MERCK / MERCK PUBLISHING GROUP 2208 MODERN VETERINARY MEDIA 824 MORRIS ANIMAL FOUNDATION 2018 NATIONAL ANIMAL SUPPLEMENT COUNCIL 922 NAVC PUBLISHING 2019 NOAHS ANIMAL HOUSE 827 ORTHOPEDIC FOUNDATION FOR ANIMALS 1024 OXBOW ANIMAL HEALTH 1502 PET POISON HELPLINE 1924 POI DOGS & POPOKI 722 PYTHIUM TECHNOLOGIES INC. 2737 ROSS UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF VETERINARY MEDICINE 4926 SAGE VETERINARY CENTERS 900 SHEPHERD SOFTWARE, INC. 912 SOUTHWEST VETERINARY SYMPOSIUM 3640 THE VETERINARY COOPERATIVE 818 TITAN GROUP 602 VETERINARY HOSPITAL MANAGERS ASSOC. 622 VETSCAPES 2740 ALLERGY - TESTING & DESENSITIZATION PRODUCTS & SERVICES HESKA DIAGNOSTICS 3328 PYTHIUM TECHNOLOGIES INC. 2737 RX FOR FLEAS / FLEABUSTERS 4410 SPECTRUM VETERINARY 3814 VARL 2920 ANALGESIA & PAIN CONTROL AMATHEON, INC. 1215 AMERICAN ASSOC OF REHABILITATION VETERINARIANS 825 ASSISI ANIMAL HEALTH 4441 BAYER HEALTHCARE 3118 COMPANION ANIMAL HEALTH BY LITECURE 3533

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CLIPPING, BATHING, & SURGICAL PREP. ANDIS COMPANY 3310 WAHL CLIPPER CORPORATION 3838 CLONING VIAGEN PETS 1935 CONSULTING SERVICES ALCHERABIO, PART OF ARGENTA 907 BUSINESS TRANSITION SERVICES 3940 DVM MANAGEMENT 2129 GRAVITY PAYMENTS 2837 HEALTH TECHNOLOGY PROFESSIONAL PRODUCTS, INC. 4110 PACIFIC PROFESSIONALS, INC 1619 PETRAYS VETERINARY TELEMEDICINE CONSULTANTS 1404 SAFEHOLD SPECIAL RISK, INC. 910 SEVEN ANIMAL HEALTH 1524 SHEPHERD SOFTWARE, INC. 912 SIMMONS & ASSOCIATES 2333 THE VET RECRUITER 2136 THE VETERINARY COOPERATIVE 818 TITAN GROUP 602 TOTAL PRACTICE SOLUTIONS GROUP 1413 VETMATRIX 1725 VETPARTNERS 3842 CT AND/OR MRI DENTAL FOCUS, LLC 4826 HENRY SCHEIN ANIMAL HEALTH 4123 OXFORD SCIENCE 3912 SAMSUNG 913 VCA/ANTECH DIAGNOSTICS/SOUND 1118 DENTAL EQUIPMENT, INSTRUMENTS & MATERIALS ADDISON BIOLOGICAL LABORATORY, INC. 3614 ALLACCEM SANOS 4640 COLTENE 1910 DELMARVA 2000 4933 DENTAL FOCUS, LLC 4826 DENTALAIRE 2424 DENTSPLY SIRONA, INC. 3841 DISPOMED 1906 DNTLWORKS ANIMAL HEALTH 1311 ELITE SCIENCE LLC 4143 HAVEL’S INC. 1108 HENRY SCHEIN ANIMAL HEALTH 4123 HESKA DIAGNOSTICS 3328 IM3, INC. 3410 MAI ANIMAL HEALTH 4713 MEDICAL ILLUMINATION 3508 MIDMARK CORPORATION 3334 MYVET IMAGING 606 OLYMPIC VETERINARY 2537 PKB ANIMAL HEALTH 1410 PLANMECA GROUP 1936 POWERFLOAT, INC. 1933 RAY CO., LTD. 1302 SHIPP’S DENTAL AND SPECIALTY PRODUCTS 3408 SKULLS UNLIMITED INTERNATIONAL, INC. 3236 STERIS ANIMAL HEALTH 1513 SURGITEL / GSC 4311

TARTAR SHIELD PET PRODUCTS TRISTAR VET VETERINARY TRANSPLANT SERVICES DERMATOLOGY ALLACCEM SANOS AVENTIX BAYER HEALTHCARE CRYOPROBE DAEUN MEDICAL DECHRA VETERINARY PRODUCTS DERMAZOO / OTOPET-USA ELANCO ANIMAL HEALTH FIREFLY GLOBAL KINETIC VET LAMEDITECH LLOYD, INC MEDICAL PET SHIRT INTERNATIONAL MIDOG LLC PKB ANIMAL HEALTH RX FOR FLEAS / FLEABUSTERS SONOMA PHARMACEUTICALS SPECTRUM VETERINARY VEDCO VETBIOTEK, INC. VETMEDWEAR DIAGNOSTIC TEST KITS ASAN PHARM CO., LTD. AVENTIX BIO-TECHNE BIONOTE INC. CHISON MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD. CREDO BIOMEDICAL PTE. LTD EUROLYSER GENPRIME, INC. IDEXX MIDOG LLC MODERN VETERINARY THERAPEUTICS OXFORD SCIENCE RAPIDBAC VET TIANJIN MNCHIP TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD TRIMLINE MANUFACTURING DISTRIBUTOR 911PETCHIP AMATHEON, INC. CLIPPER DISTRIBUTING ENDOSCOPY SUPPORT SERVICES, INC FIRST VETERINARY SUPPLY HENRY SCHEIN ANIMAL HEALTH MIDWEST VETERINARY SUPPLY MILLER VETERINARY SUPPLY PATTERSON VETERINARY SHIPP’S DENTAL AND SPECIALTY PRODUCTS SMARTPRACTICE VEDCO VICTOR MEDICAL COMPANY DOSIMETRY MONITORING MIRION TECHNOLOGIES DOSIMETRY SERVICES E-COMMERCE SALES SYSTEMS POYNT PAYMENTS RECTANGLE HEALTH VETMATRIX

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STERIS ANIMAL HEALTH 1513 WEST COAST MEDICAL EQUIPMENT SERVICES, INC. 4908 EQUINE PRODUCTS 3M ANIMAL CARE 3914 911PETCHIP 1402 ADDISON BIOLOGICAL LABORATORY, INC. 3614 ADVANCED MONITORS CORP. 4808 BIOVISION VETERINARY ENDOSCOPY LLC 3810 DECHRA VETERINARY PRODUCTS 3133 E. I. MEDICAL IMAGING 3512 HAVEL’S INC. 1108 HAWAIIAN MOON 1428, 4341 HUDSON AQUATIC SYSTEMS 1305 JD MEDICAL 2838 KINDRED BIOSCIENCES, INC. 1123 KINETIC VET 2036 LLOYD, INC 4213 MAI ANIMAL HEALTH 4713 MERCK ANIMAL HEALTH 4518 MG BIOLOGICS 1012 MILA INTERNATIONAL, INC 3710 MIRACLECORP PRODUCTS 1308 MULTI RADIANCE MEDICAL 1013 MYVET IMAGING 606 OSTER PROFESSIONAL PRODUCTS 2226 PEGASUS THERAPY BY LITECURE 4708 PET-AG, INC. 4823 PKB ANIMAL HEALTH 1410 POSKOM AMERICA / UNITED RADIOLOGY SYSTEMS 2006 POWERFLOAT, INC. 1933 PYTHIUM TECHNOLOGIES INC. 2737 RXACTUATOR INC 4242 SKULLS UNLIMITED INTERNATIONAL, INC. 3236 SONOMA PHARMACEUTICALS 2236 STONE MFG. & SUPPLY CO 2230 VET ROCKET, LLC 3740 VETCLASSICS 1822 VETERINARY CONCEPTS 4811 VETS PLUS, INC. 3612 EQUIPMENT & REAL ESTATE LEASES & MORTGAGES BANK OF AMERICA PRACTICE SOLUTIONS 4918 BENEFICIAL EQUIPMENT FINANCE CORP 2212 DVM MANAGEMENT 2129 PACIFIC PROFESSIONALS, INC 1619 STEARNS BANK 4641 TERRAVET REAL ESTATE SOLUTIONS 1115 TUTTNAUER USA 1510 UNITED COMMUNITY BANK 2007 EXAMINATION & TREATMENT ROOM FURNITURE & CABINETS EZEE-VISIT PET VET MAT 3040 MIDMARK CORPORATION 3334 OLYMPIC VETERINARY 2537 SAFE MEDICAL 4935 SHOR-LINE 4608, 4610 TRISTAR VET 4011

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HUDSON AQUATIC SYSTEMS 1305 INNOTECH MEDICAL INDUSTRIES CORP. 4439 INTALERE / HEALTH RESOURCE SERVICES 1107 LAMEDITECH 1700 MILLER VETERINARY SUPPLY 4241 OLYMPIC VETERINARY 2537 SHOR-LINE 4608, 4610 SNYDER MFG. CO. 4210 SUBURBAN SURGICAL COMPANY, INC 3212 TRISTAR VET 4011 ZHUHAI LINTE MEDICAL INSTRUMENT CO., LTD 1004 HOSPITAL SAFETY & OSHA ACT ONLINE TRAINING 1530 HEALTH TECHNOLOGY PROFESSIONAL PRODUCTS, INC. 4110 OLYMPIC VETERINARY 2537 SAFEHOLD SPECIAL RISK, INC. 910 IMPLANTS FOR ORTHOPEDICS ARTHREX VET SYSTEMS 2204 HANKILTECH MEDICAL CO., LTD 1600 IMEX VETERINARY, INC 4723 KYON VETERINARY SURGICAL PRODUCTS 2634 SECUROS SURGICAL 2228 STERIS ANIMAL HEALTH 1513 VETERINARY ORTHOPEDIC IMPLANTS 4040 WEST COAST MEDICAL EQUIPMENT SERVICES, INC. 4908 LAB TESTING SERVICES; REFERENCE & CONSULTING DIAGNOSTICIANS ANIMAL BLOOD RESOURCES INTERNATIONAL 3836 AVIAN & EXOTIC ANIMAL CLIN PATH LABS 4108 BIONOTE INC. 4924 CREDO BIOMEDICAL PTE. LTD 1624 GENPRIME, INC. 4741 IDEXX 2118 K-STATE RABIES LABORATORY (KSVDL) 3742 OXFORD SCIENCE 3912 TIANJIN MNCHIP TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD 805 VCA/ANTECH DIAGNOSTICS/SOUND 1118 LEASHES & COLLARS AGAO PET LLC. 715 ALL FOUR PAWS 3240 CAMPBELL PET COMPANY 4725 KAREN PRYOR ACADEMY FOR ANIMAL TRAINING & BEHAVIOR 1212 MIRACLECORP PRODUCTS 1308 PETSAFE 4411 SMARTPRACTICE 2025 THUNDERWORKS 1508 TRIMLINE MANUFACTURING 4013 ZENPET 2734 LEASING BENEFICIAL EQUIPMENT FINANCE CORP 2212 OMNI PRACTICE GROUP 1529 PACIFIC PROFESSIONALS, INC 1619 PETSMART 2126 STEARNS BANK 4641 LIGHTING AMERICAN HERBAL LABS AND NANO HERBS LIGHT 4538 DNTLWORKS ANIMAL HEALTH 1311 DRE VETERINARY 2324

GULF DEVELOPMENT SIGN COMPANY MEDICAL ILLUMINATION SAFE MEDICAL SHOR-LINE SUBURBAN SURGICAL COMPANY, INC SURGITEL / GSC VETERINARY ANESTHESIA SYSTEMS, INC. MEDICAL EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES ADVANCED MONITORS CORP. ADVANCED VETERINARY ULTRASOUND AESCULIGHT AIV INC. ALFA WASSERMANN DIAGNOSTIC TECHNOLOGIES ALLISON MEDICAL ANIXON ANSELL ARTHREX VET SYSTEMS ASSOCIATED ENDOSCOPY, INC. AUTOELEX CO., LTD BENEPET CO., LTD BIOVISION VETERINARY ENDOSCOPY LLC BOVIE MEDICAL CORPORATION BSL CO.,LTD. CLARIUS MOBILE HEALTH CLOROX HEALTHCARE - HEALTHLINK COMPANION ANIMAL HEALTH BY LITECURE CRESILON INC DIGATHERM, LLC DIGICARE ANIMAL HEALTH DISPOMED DV MEDICAL SUPPLY, INC EDAN INSTRUMENTS, INC. ELEVET ENDOSCOPY SUPPORT SERVICES, INC FIRST VETERINARY SUPPLY FUJIFILM MEDICAL SYSTEMS USA, INC. GRADY MEDICAL SYSTEMS H2O FOR FITNESS HAVEL’S INC. HUDSON AQUATIC SYSTEMS INTALERE / HEALTH RESOURCE SERVICES JD MEDICAL JORGENSEN LABORATORIES K-LASER K9 CARTS KARL STORZ VETERINARY LAMEDITECH MASIMO MEDICAL ILLUMINATION MEDIVET BIOLOGICS MIDOG LLC MILLPLEDGE VETERINARY MILTEX, AN INTEGRA COMPANY OLYMPIC VETERINARY ONE STAR INTERNATIONAL CO., LTD. PCI GASES PEGASUS THERAPY BY LITECURE POSKOM AMERICA / UNITED RADIOLOGY SYSTEMS

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Turn on appetite Finally, appetite stimulation is in your control Historically, there have been limited therapeutic options to restore appetite. That’s why we created ENTYCE® (capromorelin oral solution), the only FDA-approved therapeutic designed to safely and effectively stimulate appetite in dogs. ENTYCE works by mimicking the hunger hormone ghrelin. Administered orally once a day, ENTYCE is appropriate to treat inappetence caused by chronic and acute conditions.

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IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION: ENTYCE® (capromorelin oral solution) is for use in dogs only. Do not use in breeding, pregnant or lactating dogs. Use with caution in dogs with hepatic dysfunction or renal insufficiency. Adverse reactions in dogs may include diarrhea, vomiting, polydipsia, and hypersalivation. Should not be used in dogs that have a hypersensitivity to capromorelin. Please see the full Prescribing Information for more detail. A copy of the full Prescribing Information is available at the Aratana booth (#3729). ENT-0287


Clinical Pharmacology: Following oral administration of ENTYCE at a dose of 3 mg/kg to 12 Beagle dogs, absorption of capromorelin was rapid with the maximum concentration (Cmax) reached within 0.83 hr (Tmax). After Cmax, the plasma concentrations declined mono-exponentially with a short terminal half-life (T½) of approximately 1.19 hrs. There were no gender differences in capromorelin pharmacokinetics. The exposure (Cmax and AUC) of capromorelin increased with dose, but the increases were not dose proportional following single and repeat once daily administrations of capromorelin. There was no drug accumulation following repeat oral administration.

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Table 2. Plasma PK parameters following oral administration of 3 mg/kg of ENTYCE

30 mg/mL For oral use in dogs only Appetite Stimulant Caution:

Federal (USA) law restricts this drug to use by or on the order of a licensed veterinarian. Description: ENTYCE® (capromorelin oral solution) is a selective ghrelin receptor agonist that binds to receptors and affects signaling in the hypothalamus to cause appetite stimulation and binds to the growth hormone secretagogue receptor in the pituitary gland to increase growth hormone secretion. The empirical formula is C28H35N5O4·C4H6O6 and the molecular weight 655.70. The chemical name is 2-amino-N-[2-(3aR-benzyl-2-methyl-3-oxo-2,3,3a, 4,6,7-hexahydro-pyrazolo[4,3-c]pyridin-5-yl)-1R-benzyloxymethyl-2-oxo-ethyl]-isobutyramide L-tartrate. The chemical structure of capromorelin tartrate is: O

O

N

O N

O

N

N

N

OH

O

OH

OH

Indication: ENTYCE (capromorelin oral solution) is indicated for appetite stimulation in dogs. OH

O

Dosage and Administration: Administer ENTYCE orally at a dose of 3 mg/kg (1.4 mg/lb) body weight once daily. To administer ENTYCE, gently shake the bottle, and then withdraw the appropriate amount of solution using the provided syringe. Rinse syringe between treatment doses. The effectiveness of ENTYCE has not been evaluated beyond 4 days of treatment in the clinical field study (See Effectiveness). Contraindications: ENTYCE should not be used in dogs that have a hypersensitivity to capromorelin. Warnings: Not for use in humans. Keep this and all medications out of reach of children and pets. Consult a physician in case of accidental ingestion by humans. For use in dogs only Precautions: Use with caution in dogs with hepatic dysfunction. ENTYCE is metabolized by CYP3A4 and CYP3A5 enzymes (See Clinical Pharmacology). Use with caution in dogs with renal insufficiency. ENTYCE is excreted approximately 37% in urine and 62% in feces (See Adverse Reactions and Clinical Pharmacology). The safe use of ENTYCE has not been evaluated in dogs used for breeding or pregnant or lactating bitches. Adverse Reactions: In a controlled field study, 244 dogs were evaluated for safety when administered either ENTYCE or a vehicle control (solution minus capromorelin) at a dose of 3 mg/kg once daily for 4 days. Enrolled dogs had a reduced or absent appetite for a minimum of 2 days prior to day 0 and had various medical conditions: arthritis (40); gastrointestinal disease (24); allergy (22); dental disease (22); cardiovascular disease (16); renal disease (13); and others. Some dogs may have experienced more than one of the adverse reactions during the study. The following adverse reactions were observed: Table 1: Adverse Reactions reported in dogs administered ENTYCE oral solution compared to vehicle control Adverse Reactions GASTROINTESTINAL Diarrhea Vomiting Hypersalivation Abdominal discomfort Flatulence Nausea CLINICAL PATHOLOGY Elevated blood urea nitrogen Elevated phosphorus Elevated creatinine OTHER Polydipsia Lethargy/depression

ENTYCE (n = 171) n (%)

Vehicle Control (n = 73) n (%)

12 (7.0 %) 11 (6.4 %) 4 (2.3 %) 2 (1.2 %) 2 (1.2 %) 2 (1.2 %)

5 (6.8 %) 4 (5.5 %) 0 (0.0 %) 0 (0.0 %) 0 (0.0 %) 0 (0.0 %)

7 (4.1 %) 4 (2.3 %) 1 (0.6 %)

2 (2.7 %) 1 (1.4 %) 1 (1.4 %)

7 (4.1 %) 2 (1.2 %)

1 (1.4 %) 0 (0.0 %)

The following adverse reactions were reported in < 1% of dogs administered ENTYCE: hyperactivity, increase fecal volume, increase gut sounds, and polyuria. To report suspected adverse drug events and/or to obtain a copy of the Safety Data Sheet (SDS) or for technical assistance, call Aratana Therapeutics at 1-844-640-5500. For additional information about adverse drug experience reporting for animal drugs, contact FDA at 1-888-FDA-VETS or at http://www.fda.gov/AnimalVeterinary/SafetyHealth

Parameter

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SD

Tmax (hr)

0.83

0.58

Cmax (ng/mL)

330

143

AUCt (ng*hr/mL)

655

276

AUCinf (ng*hr/mL)

695

262

T½ (hr)

1.19

0.17

The mean absolute oral bioavailability of capromorelin was 44%. The mean total plasma clearance and volume of distribution was 18.9 mL/min/kg and 2.0 L/kg, respectively. Capromorelin was not highly bound (unbound fraction 51%) to plasma protein. The protein binding was concentration-independent over the range of 10 to 1000 ng/mL. In vitro (human liver microsomes) and in vivo (rats) metabolism studies suggest that capromorelin is metabolized by hepatic enzymes, mainly CYP3A4 and CYP3A5. Therefore, drugs that inhibit CYP3A4 and CYP3A5 activity may affect capromorelin metabolism. Following oral administration of radio-labelled capromorelin to dogs, capromorelin was excreted in urine (37%) and in feces (62%) within 72 hours. Effectiveness: Laboratory Effectiveness Study: Twenty four healthy Beagle dogs (6 dogs per sex in each group) with normal appetite were randomized into two groups and dosed daily with ENTYCE (capromorelin oral solution) at 3 mg/kg/day or vehicle control (solution minus capromorelin) to compare food intake over a 4-day period. The dogs were 13 months of age and weighed between 6.5 and 12.5 kg at the time of randomization. Six dogs administered ENTYCE repeatedly exhibited salivation post dosing and two dogs administered vehicle control exhibited salivation only one time on study day 0. Emesis was observed in one dog administered ENTYCE on study day 1. Dogs administered ENTYCE at a dose of 3 mg/kg/day for 4 consecutive days had statistically significantly increased food consumption compared to the vehicle control group (p < 0.001). Clinical Field Study: Effectiveness was evaluated in 177 dogs (121 dogs in the ENTYCE group and 56 dogs in the vehicle control group) in a double-masked, vehicle controlled field study. Dogs with a reduced appetite or no appetite, with various medical conditions, for a minimum of 2 days prior to day 0 were enrolled in the study. The dogs ranged in age from 4 months to 18 years. Dogs were randomized to treatment group and dosed once daily for 4 days with ENTYCE at 3 mg/kg or vehicle control. Dogs were assessed for appetite by owners on day 0 and day 3 ± 1 using an “increased”, “no change” or “decreased” scoring system. Dogs were classified as a treatment success if the owner scored their dog’s appetite as “increased” on day 3 ± 1. The success rates of the two groups were significantly different (p = 0.0078); 68.6% (n = 83) of dogs administered ENTYCE were successes, compared to 44.6% (n = 25) of the dogs in the vehicle control group. Animal Safety: In a 12-month laboratory safety study, 32 healthy Beagle dogs (4 dogs per sex per group) approximately 11-12 months of age and weighing 9-13.6 kg were dosed orally with capromorelin in deionized water daily at 0X (placebo), 0.3 (0.13X), 7 (3.07X), and 40 (17.5X) mg/kg/day. Administration of capromorelin was associated with increased salivation and reddening/ swollen paws, increased liver weights and hepatocellular cytoplasmic vacuolation. Treatment related decreases were seen in red blood cell count, hemoglobin and hematocrit in the 40 mg/kg group. Pale skin, pale gums, and decreased red blood cell count, hemoglobin and hematocrit were observed in one dog administered 40 mg/kg/day. Increases were seen in cholesterol, high density lipoproteins, and the liver specific isozyme of serum alkaline phosphatase in the 40 mg/kg group. Growth hormone and insulin-like growth factor 1 plasma levels were increased in all groups administered capromorelin. There were no effects noted on gross necropsy. Capromorelin levels were similar in plasma collected on days 90, 181, and 349 indicating no accumulation of drug. Storage Conditions: Store at or below 86° F (30° C) How Supplied: 30 mg/mL flavored solution in 10 mL, 15 mL and 30 mL bottles with measuring syringe NADA 141-457, Approved by FDA US Patent: 6,673,929 US Patent: 9,700,591 Made in Canada

Additional information is available at www.aratana.com or by calling Aratana Therapeutics at 1-844-272-8262.

Manufactured for: Aratana Therapeutics, Inc. Leawood, KS 66211 ENTYCE is a trademark of Aratana Therapeutics, Inc. © Aratana Therapeutics, Inc. C-A213-1 AT2-050-01 February 2018


SAFETY INFORMATION Your safety is our �rst concern at WVC. Although no emergency situation is anticipated, you should be aware of the following safety systems and procedures. ALARM AND FIRE DETECTION SYSTEMS Fire Detection: Mandalay Bay facilities are equipped with sophisticated electronic fire detection and alarm systems. State-of-the-art fire suppression systems control and extinguish fires of major consequence. Portable fire extinguishers are also strategically placed throughout the property. EVACUATION If an emergency warrants evacuation of the Convention Center, its magnitude is confirmed by Mandalay Bay Security and communicated to Convention Center personnel. Announcements regarding any perceived emergency, regardless of severity, are played over the Convention Center public address system at three notification levels: • •

Initial emergency while the source of the problem is investigated (female voice) − no action required.

Non-emergency when the source of an alarm has been identified and the issue resolved (female voice) − no action required.

Evacuation when the source of an alarm has been identified as cause to evacuate the building (male voice) − evacuation required.

EVACUATION SAFETY •

Remain calm and proceed in an orderly manner.

Do not take time to retrieve personal property.

• • • • •

Leave the facility through the nearest exit as instructed. Do not attempt to use elevators or escalators. Assist elderly and disabled persons.

Listen for instructions via the public address system.

Proceed directly to the designated assembly area located in the parking lot area, just outside the Shark Reef entrance (pictured below).

Do not try to reenter the building until an “all clear” message is given.

EXITS Emergency exits throughout the Convention Center are clearly marked, and signs remain visible even during power outages.

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CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT INFORMATION CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT AT WVC FULL CONFERENCE UP TO 48 CE HOURS ONE-DAY CONFERENCE 8–11 CE HOURS

CERTIFICATE OF ATTENDANCE Attendee Address City, State Zip code

Each lecture is 50 minutes long and provides one hour of CE credit. Please check with your respective state regarding the acceptance of hours spent inside the Exhibit Hall for continuing education credit. Total hours are determined according to the following schedule: DATE

Saturday, February 16 Sunday, February 17 Monday, February 18 Tuesday, February 19 Wednesday, February 20

WVC 90th Annual Conference March 3-8, 2018

AAVSB-RACE Provider #3-31722. 57 CE hours of Veterinary Continuing Education were presented via lectures and interactive sessions by WVC at Las Vegas, NV State of Licensure

License

Signature

CE

8* 8* 11 11 10

Category One: Scientific Category Three: Non-Scientific-Practice/Professional Development using the delivery method(s) of: Seminar/Lecture, Lab/Wet Lab. This approval is valid in jurisdictions which recognize AAVSB RACE; however, participants are responsible for ascertaining each board's CE requirements.

Anthony Pease, DVM, MS, DACVR Chief Veterinary Medical Officer WVC

2425 E. OQUENDO RD. | LAS VEGAS, NV 89120 | P: 866.800.7326 | F: 702.739.6420 | E: info@wvc.org | www.WVC.org

The WVC 91st Annual Conference AAVSB RACE approval number is 3-35526.

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The mechanisms for certification and documentation of attendance are determined by the policies of individual state boards and are the compliance responsibility of the individual participant. Hands-on Laboratories and Workshops are accredited based on the hours attended. To qualify for your CE certificate, your badge must have been printed.

ATTENTION VETERINARIANS AND VETERINARY TECHNICIANS LICENSED IN TEXAS

To meet the requirements for the State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners, you must check in at the TX counter at Onsite Registration, your badge will be printed at that time. Before leaving the conference stop by the TX counter to sign your CE certificate and take it with you. Due to state CE requirements, WVC cannot mail your CE certifi cate, and it will not be available online. If you are licensed in Texas and did not register with a Texas address, please inform the attendant at the CE counter, and a certificate will be printed and ready for you when you check out. ATTENTION VETERINARIANS AND VETERINARY TECHNICIANS LICENSED IN NORTH CAROLINA

Please note one hour of continuing education credit may be earned for each full hour of clinical seminar/presentation, lecture, discussions covering veterinary medicine, or lab attended. The maximum CE hours that can be obtained per Veterinarian is 42* and Veterinary Technician is 32. *Inclues hours obtained by purchasing Hands-on Labs ( additional fees apply)

CE CERTIFICATE PRINTING

Your password-protected WVC 2019 Certificate of Attendance is also available online at wvc.org. Forgot your password? Enter your email address where indicated, and it will be sent to you. No email access? Unable to print? Please email the WVC office at info@wvc.org to request a printed certificate. (Not applicable to participants licensed in Texas.) EXHIBIT HALL CE

Up to 2 CE hours. Contact your state for CE requirements.

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*Additional purchase required

Date

This program is approved by the AAVSB RACE to offer a total of 942.00 CE Credits (57.00 max) being available to any one veterinarian: and/or 923.00 Veterinary Technician CE Credits (48.00 max). This RACE approval is for the subject matter categorie(s) of:

*Inclues hours obtained by purchasing Hands-on Labs ( additional fees apply)

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Use with caution in sick, debilitated, or underweight animals. The safety of CORAXIS has not been established in breeding, pregnant, or lactating dogs. The safe use of CORAXIS has not been established in puppies and dogs less than 7 weeks of age or less than 3 lbs body weight. Prior to administration of CORAXIS, dogs should be tested for existing heartworm infection. At the discretion of the veterinarian, infected dogs should be treated with an adulticide to remove adult heartworms. CORAXIS is not effective against adult D. immitis. (See ANIMAL SAFETY - Safety Study in Heartworm-Positive Dogs.) ADVERSE REACTIONS: Since CORAXIS contains 2.5% moxidectin, studies that demonstrated the safe use of a topical solution containing 2.5% moxidectin + 10% imidacloprid were acceptable to demonstrate the safety of CORAXIS. Field Studies: Following treatment with a topical solution containing 2.5% moxidectin + 10% imidacloprid or an active control, dog owners reported the following post-treatment reactions:

Topical Solution for Dogs BRIEF SUMMARY: Before using CoraxisTM, please consult the product insert, a summary of which follows: WARNING • DO NOT ADMINISTER THIS PRODUCT ORALLY • For the first 30 minutes after application ensure that dogs cannot lick the product from application sites on themselves or other treated animals. • Children should not come in contact with application sites for two (2) hours after application. (See Contraindications, Warnings, Human Warnings, and Adverse Reactions, for more information) CAUTION: Federal (U.S.A.) Law restricts this drug to use by or on the order of a licensed veterinarian. INDICATIONS: CORAXIS is indicated for the prevention of heartworm disease caused by Dirofilaria immitis. CORAXIS is also indicated for the treatment and control of the following intestinal parasites: Intestinal Parasite Hookworm Species Roundworm Species Whipworm

Ancylostoma caninum Uncinaria stenocephala Toxocara canis Toxascaris leonina Trichuris vulpis

Adult X X X X X

Intestinal Stage Immature Adult X X

Fourth Stage Larvae X X X

CONTRAINDICATIONS: Do not administer this product orally. (See WARNINGS.) Do not use this product (containing 2.5% moxidectin) on cats. WARNINGS: For the first 30 minutes after application: Ensure that dogs cannot lick the product from application sites on themselves or other treated dogs, and separate treated dogs from one another and from other pets to reduce the risk of accidental ingestion. Ingestion of this product by dogs may cause serious adverse reactions including depression, salivation, dilated pupils, incoordination, panting, and generalized muscle tremors. In avermectin sensitive dogs,a the signs may be more severe and may include coma and death.b a Some dogs are more sensitive to avermectins due to a mutation in the ABCB1 gene (formerly MDR1 gene). Dogs with this mutation may develop signs of severe avermectin toxicity if they ingest this product. The most common breeds associated with this mutation include Collies and Collie crosses. b Although there is no specific antagonist for avermectin toxicity, even severely affected dogs have completely recovered from avermectin toxicity with intensive veterinary supportive care. HUMAN WARNINGS: Not for human use. Keep out of the reach of children. Children should not come in contact with application sites for two (2) hours after application. Causes eye irritation. Harmful if swallowed. Do not get in eyes or on clothing. Avoid contact with skin. Exposure to the product has been reported to cause headache; dizziness; and redness, burning, tingling, or numbness of the skin. Wash hands thoroughly with soap and warm water after handling. If contact with eyes occurs, hold eyelids open and flush with copious amounts of water for 15 minutes. If eye irritation develops or persists, contact a physician. If swallowed, call poison control center or physician immediately for treatment advice. Have person sip a glass of water if able to swallow. Do not induce vomiting unless told to do so by the poison control center or physician. People with known hypersensitivity to benzyl alcohol or moxidectin should administer the product with caution. In case of allergic reaction, contact a physician. If contact with skin or clothing occurs, take off contaminated clothing. Wash skin immediately with plenty of soap and water. Call a poison control center or physician for treatment advice. The Safety Data Sheet (SDS) provides additional occupational safety information. For a copy of the Safety Data Sheet (SDS) or to report adverse reactions call Bayer Veterinary Services at 1-800-422-9874. For consumer questions call 1-800-255-6826. PRECAUTIONS: Do not dispense dose applicator tubes without complete safety and administration information.

OBSERVATION Pruritus Residue Medicinal Odor Lethargy Inappetence Hyperactivity

Moxidectin + Imidacloprid n = 128 19 dogs (14.8%) 9 dogs (7.0%) 5 dogs (3.9%) 1 dog (0.8%) 1 dog (0.8%) 1 dog (0.8%)

Active Control n = 68 7 dogs (10.3%) 5 dogs (7.4%) None observed 1 dog (1.5%) 1 dog (1.5%) None observed

During a field study of a topical solution containing 2.5% moxidectin + 10% imidacloprid using 61 dogs with pre-existing flea allergy dermatitis, one (1.6%) dog experienced localized pruritus immediately after product application, and one investigator noted hyperkeratosis at the application site of one dog (1.6%). Laboratory Effectiveness Studies: One dog in a laboratory effectiveness study experienced weakness, depression and unsteadiness between 6 and 9 days after application of a topical solution containing 2.5% moxidectin + 10% imidacloprid. The signs resolved without intervention by day 10 post-application. The signs in this dog may have been related to peak serum levels of moxidectin, which vary between dogs, and occur between 1 and 21 days after product application. The following clinical observations also occurred in laboratory effectiveness studies following application of a topical solution containing 2.5% moxidectin + 10% imidacloprid and may be directly attributed to the drug or may be secondary to the intestinal parasite burden or other underlying conditions in the dogs: diarrhea, bloody stools, vomiting, anorexia, lethargy, coughing, ocular discharge and nasal discharge. Observations at the application sites included damp, stiff or greasy hair, the appearance of a white deposit on the hair, and mild erythema, which resolved without treatment within 2 to 48 hours. Foreign Market Experience: Because the following events were reported voluntarily during post-approval use of the product containing 2.5% moxidectin + 10% imidacloprid in foreign markets, it is not always possible to reliably establish a causal relationship to drug exposure. Adverse events associated with CORAXIS (2.5% moxidectin) are expected to be similar. The following adverse events were reported in humans: eye irritation, allergic reactions, skin irritation, skin tingling, sore throat and chemical odor. Adverse events reported in dogs topically treated with a topical solution containing 2.5% moxidectin + 10% imidacloprid included: vomiting, diarrhea, bloody diarrhea, salivation, poor appetite, lethargy, weakness, restlessness, agitation, disorientation, ataxia, muscle tremors, seizures, panting, labored breathing, acute pulmonary edema, hives, rash, swollen face and ears, pruritus, erythema, alopecia, hot spots, local discomfort and discoloration of the hair at the application site. Accidental oral ingestion in dogs caused salivation, vomiting, muscle tremor, seizures, mydriasis, ataxia, lethargy, disorientation, agitation and poor appetite. Adverse events in cats topically treated with imidacloprid + moxidectin for dogs included application site and skin reactions, vomiting, lethargy, agitation and neurologic signs. To report a suspected adverse reaction, call 1-800-422-9874. ANIMAL SAFETY: In a controlled, double-masked, field safety study, a topical solution containing 2.5% moxidectin + 10% imidacloprid was administered to 128 dogs of various breeds, 3 months to 15 years of age, weighing 4 to 157 pounds. The moxidectin + imidacloprid topical solution was used safely in dogs concomitantly receiving ACE inhibitors, anticonvulsants, antihistamines, antimicrobials, chondroprotectants, corticosteroids, immunotherapeutics, MAO inhibitors, NSAIDs, ophthalmic medications, sympathomimetics, synthetic estrogens, thyroid hormones, and urinary acidifiers. Owners reported the following signs in their dogs after application of moxidectin + imidacloprid topical solution: pruritus, flaky/greasy residue at the treatment site, medicinal odor, lethargy, inappetence and hyperactivity. (See ADVERSE REACTIONS.) NADA # 141-417, Approved by FDA Bayer HealthCare LLC Animal Health Division P.O. Box 390, Shawnee Mission, Kansas 66201 U.S.A. LV1808 ©2018 Bayer HealthCare LLC Bayer (reg’d), the Bayer Cross (reg’d) and Coraxis™ are trademarks of Bayer.

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See you next year! February 16-19, 2020


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Thirty days in, heartworms are still out. Coraxis™ (moxidectin) Topical Solution for Dogs is transdermal moxidectin that

1 dose.

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CoraxisTM is not approved for the treatment of adult D. immitis. CAUTION: Federal (U.S.A.) law restricts this drug to use by or on the order of a licensed veterinarian. WARNING: DO NOT ADMINISTER THIS PRODUCT ORALLY. For the first 30 minutes after application ensure that dogs cannot lick the product from application sites on themselves or other treated animals. Children should not come in contact with the application sites for two (2) hours after application. (See Contraindications, Warnings, Human Warnings, and Adverse Reactions, for more information.) CONTRAINDICATIONS: Do not use this product on cats.

©2019 Bayer, Shawnee Mission, Kansas 66201 Bayer (reg’d), the Bayer Cross (reg’d) and Coraxis™ are trademarks of Bayer. CX19565

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