September 6-9, thousands of veterinary professionals flocked to Las Vegas and to our digital platform for the Dr. Jon R. Pennell WVC 93rd Annual Conference.
The event provided an engaging experience with education, hands-on labs, entertainment, networking opportunities, an exhibit hall, and more! Over 800 hours of in-person CE and 21 hours of online CE were offered during the four days. The WVC 93rd Annual Conference was a true success thanks to everyone involved! From education to entertainment, it was a conference to remember.
Save the date because the WVC Annual Conference is back at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center on March 6-9, 2022.
No matter if you're a general practitioner, board-certified specialist, veterinary nurse, or practice owner, we have the cutting-edge knowledge and hands-on CE you need to advance your career!
Click your heels together three times, because we're getting into the spirit of Oz for the Veterinary Practice Manager Symposium and the Veterinary Technician Symposium! Offered at the world-famous Viticus Center, expert instructors—using today’s most innovative instructional approaches and technology.
This meaningful learning experience provides a workshop environment with small groups and seasoned experts to address issues faced by technicians and practice managers at an advanced, personalized level. We can’t wait to see you there!
Get to know one of our favorite veterinary nurses, Kristen Cooley! She’s a specialist in anesthesia and analgesia and a veterinary cannabis counselor. Kristen is one of our instructors at the Veterinary Technician Symposium as part of the anesthesia track.
Kristen is the founder and CEO of the Wisconsin-based anesthesia consulting business, Veterinary Anesthesia Support and Training (VAST), where she helps clinics improve their practice of anesthesia and pain management through expert instruction and in-clinic training.
Sheri, our Human Health Account Executive, is proud of her 6-year-old grandson, Bradley, who came up with his own way to help shelter pups stay warm this winter!
He started the initiative at his home at Nellis Air Force Base over 6 weeks ago to collect old blankets and towels to give to our furry friends as they recover from anesthesia after their spay and neuter. We do this as a service to our local shelters to help the community.
Bradley was inspired when he saw his mom collect blankets for donation. He wanted to help dogs without a home stay warm during the winter months. Bradley likes to collect the blankets because it makes him feel happy. He has collected approximately 200 blankets and towels, and he wishes to continue doing so to help more pups. Thank you, Bradley, for your donations and kindness toward these pups!
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.