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Your E-Connection to NAVTA February 17, 2010 

 

Upcoming Events
  

Feb 14-18: Western Veterinary Conference in Las Vegas, NV

Feb 21: Western MD Vet Tech CE Seminar [contact Laura at lddelgiorno@aol.com for info] 
 
Feb 25-28: Music City Veterinary Conference in Nashville, TN
 
Feb 26-27:  VALVT Winter Meeting in Roanoke, VA
 
March 3:  DCAVM Technician Program on Clinical Pathology
 
March 5:  Equine Lameness Conference at The Ohio State University
 
March 5-6:  Just Stallion Handling at the New Bolton Center in PA
 
March 5-7:  Oregon Veterinary Conference in Corvallis, OR 
 
March 6:  Greyhound Health and Wellness Conference at The Ohio State University
 
March 8-9:  Horse Behavior at the New Bolton Center in PA
 
March 10:  Breeding Management of the Mare at the New Bolton Center in PA
 
March 11: Mare & Foal Care & Behavior at the New Bolton Center in PA
 
March 13:  NCAVT Annual Spring Conference in Raleigh, NC
 
March 13:  Basic Ultrasound Conference at The Ohio State University
 
March 14:  Intermediate Ultrasound Conference at The Ohio State University
 
March 16:  Small Animal CE Series: Radiation Therapy at The Ohio State University
March 18-21:  AAHA Yearly Conference in Long Beach, CA
 
March 20: MRSA in Animals at The Ohio State University
 
March 25:  Camelid Health Conference for Breeders and Owners at The Ohio State University
 
March 27: GVTAA Spring Conference in Athens, GA  
 
March 28: Safer Pet Vaccination Seminar in San Diego, CA
 
March 31:  DCAVM Technician Program on Geriatric Medicine
 
April 9-12:  CVC Baltimore
 
 
April 14-18:  VECSS Spring Meeting in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
 
April 16:  NYSAVT's Annual Continuing Education Spring Seminar in East Syracure, NY
 
April 18:  NJVTA annual conference in Eatontown, NJ
 
April 20:  Small Animal CE Series - Canine Rehabilitation at Ohio State University
 
April 24-25:  "Back to School" On the Road CE event at UC Irvine 
 
April 25:  Class IV Laser Therapy Conference at Ohio State University 
 
April 29-May 1:  North American Veterinary Medical Education Consortium in Kansas City, MO
 
April 30-May 1:  Canine Total Hip Replacement course at Ohio State University
 
You can now submit events to our online calendar by visiting www.navta.net and clicking Events.  Those published on the calendar will also be included in our bi-weekly e-newsletter. 
 
If you have not yet renewed your NAVTA membership, please take a moment and
click here to download the form.
 
 
A special thanks to our e-newsletter sponsor 
   
Live from WVC!
Western Veterinary Conference is in full swing!  We've  had the opportunity to meet many great technicians and participate in informational and fun events ... including the Technician Party hosted by Hill's Pet Nutrition and NAVTA on Monday night.  

Students at WVC

Students from Rochester Community & Technical College in Minnesota enjoyed the Technician Party.  Pictured above [left to right]:  Rayelle Yankowiak, Kristine Miller, Adam Warzynski, Kristen Mallow, and Heather Pierce.  Below, Kristine, Adam and Heather had a blast doing the "Dance Heads" activity.  Over 400 technicians enjoyed fun, karaoke, and dessert courtesy of Hill's Pet Nutrition and NAVTA.  

Students doing Dancing Heads

 
The Technician Fair, sponsored by Elanco and NAVTA, will be held today from 4 to 7 pm.  Technicians are invited to check out the latest offerings in academia, specialty training, industry, and professional associations.  For more information about Western Veterinary Conference, visit www.wvc.org.
 
CopraBan® Named Pet Product of the Year
PRN Pharmacal's CoproBan was named one of the best Pet Products of the Year by Dr. Marty Becker.  Dr. Becker, "America's Veterinarian" and resident veterinarian on Good Morning America included CoproBan as one of his favorite pet products of 2009.
 
CoproBan is an easy-to-feed roast beef flavored coprophagia deterrent for dogs. CoproBan contains MSG and cellulase; these two ingredients change the flavor and texture of the feces. Because CoproBan is a soft-chew, it means the end of messy powder and residue in the bowl.  CoproBan can also be fed to cats to deter litter box feeding.
 
For more information concerning PRN Pharmacal products, visit www.prnpharmacal.com.
 
 
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