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Lindsay Howard

Katrina Lafferty

 Kristin Spring 

   

Heidi Reuss-Lamky

 Susan Burns

 Brenda Feller

Kristin Cooley

 Kim Spelts

 

 

Brenda Feller, CVT, RVT, VTS (Anesthesia)

VSPN CE Course TECH238-0514: Tame That Cat! Get a Better Handle on Feline Anesthesia

 

Jody Nugent-Deal, RVT, VTS (Anes) and (CP - Exotics)

VSPN CE Course TECH237-0314: Anesthesia for the Reptile Patient

IVECCS September  2014

Sept. 11th:
Advanced Anesthetic Techniques for Exotic Animals

Sept. 12th:
Physical Exam and Venipuncture Techniques in Exotic Small Mammals
Management of the Critically Ill Exotic Animal, Part 1
Management of the Critically Ill Exotic Animal, Part 2

CVC San Diego December 7th, 2014:

Management of the critically ill exotic small mammal    
Management of the critically ill reptile     
ABCDs of dental disease in exotic small mammals
Anesthetic drugs: A review for veterinary technicians 
Performing quality anesthesia on companion avian patients 
Performing quality anesthesia on exotic small mammals 

VetMedTeam

EXOTIC MEDICINE: DISEASES AND DISORDERS OF COMPANION ANIMAL EXOTICS.
This is a comprehensive class that covers rabbits, ferrets, guinea pigs, chinchillas, rats, sugar gliders and hedge hogs. We do cover some anesthetic techniques as well. This is a case based class and is RACE approved. It is on-demand so you go at your own pace. 

Fall Conference for Veterinary Technicians & Assistants

Saturday October 18, 2014

University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine

Vet Lectures and The International Union of Veterinary Cyclists are hosting 15 hours of RACE-approved CE March 12-15, 2015 in the picturesque high desert red rock landscape of Sedona, Arizona.

Top lecturers will be speaking on small animal cardiology and behavioral medicine. The conference will take place at the luxurious Amara Resort. The lecture schedule allows ample time for you to get out for hiking,biking, and generally enjoying the natural beauty of the area. Non-veterinary partners and friends are welcome.

Complete info and registration can be found at www.vetlectures.com or by calling (773) CE4-VETS.