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Non-NHVMA CE Meeting




New England Veterinary Conference

Thursday, September 15-Sunday, September 18, 2016

Holiday Inn by the Bay, Portland, Maine

 7 credits per day. For more information or to register, visit

 Topics include: Small Animal: Dentistry, Dermatology, Oncology, Cardiology; Small Ruminants; Acupuncture; Practice Management; Wellbeing in Practice; Nursing Care (Technicians); Equine Sports Medicine; Laser Therapy; Exotics; Wet Labs

September 24 & 25, 2016 

San Diego County VMA Veterinary Conference:

Infectious and Vector Borne Disease for the General Practitioner

 12 Hours of CE

Kona Kai Resort & Marina, San Diego CA

 Faculty:  Pedro Diniz, DVM, PhD

                  Christopher Lee, DVM

Phone:  619-640-9583  Email:



Saturday and Sunday, October 8-9, 2016

Montpelier, VT 

Spay Neuter CE and Wet Lab

The wet lab is limited to the first 16 people who register!

Online registration and more information will be available at on August 16.




Friday and Saturday, October 14-15, 2016

Sea Crest Beach Hotel, North Falmouth, MA

2016 MVMA Fall CE Conference


Small Animal Respiratory Medicine (9 CE)

Brendan McKiernan, DVM, DACVIM

  An appreciation of respiratory physiology enables the astute clinician to better interpret history and clinical signs in their patients. As with many body systems, a complete history and thorough examination form the basis of diagnostic test selection and options will be reviewed. Upper and lower airway diseases will be systematically reviewed to enable participants to hone their skills in recognizing, diagnosing, and treating these problems. Selected upper and lower airway cases will be presented and discussed, allowing the group to arrive at the best solution for the case at hand and to apply in their practice in the future

Exotics: Turtles & Pet Pigs (9 CE)

Charles Innis, VMD, DABVP (RA) & Arlen Wilbers, DVM
Dr. Innis will cover medical and surgical management of turtles, providing an overview of physical exam, anatomy, biology, husbandry, diagnostics, diseases, anesthesia, therapeutics, and surgery. Dr. Wilbers will cover handling pet pigs as patients, including routine care and common problems, anesthesia and restraint, and common surgeries.

USDA Accreditation Module 9 (1 CE)

Interstate & International Health Certificates for Category I Animals


 Celebrate Veterinarians! Reception

Distinguished Service Award: Kathy Reilly, DVM
Merit Award: Charles Innis, VMD, DABVP (RA)
Merit Award: Joel Woolfson, DVM (Awarded Posthumously)

Join us in celebrating the accomplishments of this year's winners. The evening will begin with sunset cocktails overlooking beautiful Old Silver Beach followed by an intimate dinner and the presentation of awards. The night will end with dessert and aperitifs. The buffet menu will include Cape Cod clam chowder, herb-crusted cod, roasted chicken, and penne pasta primavera. Seating is limited and filled on a first-come-first-served basis. Family, friends, and guests are welcome to attend!  Attendance at the CE event is not required to attend the dinner. 



Discounted hotel room rates are available! CLICK HERE to take advantage of the room rate or call (508) 540-9400 and tell them you're with the MVMA Conference. Don't delay! The room block rate is only valid if you book by Friday, September 23!  


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