08jun6:30 am8:00 pmOrange County Chapter Meeting: New Tricks for old dogs, how we can improve the lives of senior petsSenior pet care
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New Tricks for old dogs, how we can improve the lives of senior pets
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Approved for one hour California Statutory CEU
Citrus Café – Tustin
1481 Edinger Ave.
Objective statement: Dr. Ellis will share her knowledge on improving the lives of our senior pets.
Speaker: Katie Ellis, DVM
Bio: Dr. Katie Ellis received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Western University of Health Sciences after completing a degree in Veterinary Science and Chemistry from the University of Arizona. When her own dog Kaiah had to have two TPLO surgeries her interest in veterinary rehabilitation peaked. She first became certified in medical veterinary acupuncture for small animals and horses through CuraCore. Next was certification in canine rehabilitation, which she received from the University of Tennessee. Dr.
Ellis’ favorite part of rehabilitation is the relationship that she builds between patients and their owners. Outside of the Animal Wellness Center, Dr. Ellis can be found with her golden trio, Kaiah, Keegan and Arthur or riding her horse, Sorcerer.
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15jun7:00 pm8:30 pmSan Fernando Chapter Meeting: The ABCD's of the 2019 ACVIM Cardiology GuidelinesMyxomatous mitral valve disease in dogs
The ABCD’s of the 2019 ACVIM Cardiology Guidelines (1hr) Approved for one hour California statutory approved CEU
The ABCD’s of the 2019 ACVIM Cardiology Guidelines (1hr)
Approved for one hour California statutory approved CEU
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Objective: A review of what is new in Cardiology, based on the ACVIM and CEG guidelines for myxomatous mitral valve disease in dogs.
Speaker: Andrew Schreibman, DVM
Bio: Dr. Schreibman earned his DVM from the College of Veterinary Medicine at Mississippi State University, completed a residency program in Anatomic Pathology at the University of Missouri, and served as a Small Animal Medicine and Surgery Intern at the Department of Veterinary Clinical Medicine with the University of Illinois. Currently he is Senior Professional services Veterinarian for Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health serving the Southern California and Hawaii district. In his free time, Dr. Schreibman is an avid marathon runner with his wife Lisa and baseball umpire.
(Thursday) 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
6100 Topanga Canyon
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