The future of veterinary medicine is bright. It's undiscovered territory brimming with opportunities for innovation, teamwork, and higher quality of life. We give you the shining light of high-quality continuing education and access to the industry's latest trends and products. That's what the 94-year legacy of the WVC Annual Conference means. Join us March 6-9, 2022, with our risk-free registration policy.
On February 24th join Dr. Singh at the Oquendo Campus for Advanced Soft Tissue Surgery!
This 3-day course will provide intensive lecture and cadaver wet lab experience of a wide array of commonly performed advanced-level soft tissue surgical procedures in dogs and cats. The course is aimed at general practice or university veterinarians with a keen interest in small animal surgery but wishing to expand their soft tissue surgical capabilities to the next level. Techniques in head and neck, abdominal and perineal surgery, as well as hernias, will be covered, and on the final day, a special focus on more advanced feline surgical procedures will occur.
Meet one of our instructors from our Advanced Soft Tissue Surgery course! Dr. Ameet Singh is an Associate Professor of Small Animal Surgery at the Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph. His clinical and research interests include minimally invasive surgery and surgical site infections. Dr. Singh is currently the President of the Veterinary Endoscopy Society and is an ACVS Founding Fellow of Minimally Invasive Surgery.
We’re so excited to announce that Jimmie Allen is coming to WVC 2022 to perform at Mandalay Bay Beach!
At the Opening Ceremony event, Michael Jackson ONE, presented by Hill’s Pet Nutrition, takes you through an immersive journey on March 6 at 7p. The next day, catch Jimmie Allen as he lights up our stage on Tuesday, March 8th at 8p for Concert at the Beach brought to you by Merck Animal Health. Conference badges are required for entry. You won’t want to miss this electrifying fusion of events!
Viticus Group is excited to announce the promotion of Crystal Vaquera, LVT, RVT from Veterinary Event Director to Program Director, Veterinary Initiatives. She has played an integral part in planning and running WVC Academy courses, the Veterinary Technician Symposia, and hands-on offerings during the WVC Annual Conference.
She will now have a special focus on identifying needs and creating new education programs specifically for veterinary technicians. The goal for Crystal’s new role is to create and make available the curriculum necessary to ensure that veterinary technicians have the skills and knowledge to perform at the highest level within their license. Crystal will be working to help maximize the competencies and utilization of veterinary technicians in their hospitals and in surgery suites everywhere.
Did you know about our comfort Dogs at Annual Conference? Don’t be sad if you missed them last year because they will be making their return for 2022!
Their goal is to calm and de-stress participants during busy times at badge pickup times. Thank you to our sponsor, Nationwide Pet Insurance for bringing them back for WVC 2022!
Your partnership allows us to provide the veterinary community with accessible, immersive, and practical educational experiences. Together we play a vital role in improving patient care and advancing careers and practices.