Equine Program

Live & In-Person
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Tacoma, WA

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Sept. 30 - Oct. 2

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140+ Hours of CE

Ashley Cameron
DVM, DACVS - Candidate
Friday, Sept. 30
Surgery

The first and second lecture will be about managing lacerations in the field focusing on distal limb laceration with synovial involvement as well as protocols for repair, management, and prognosis. The third lecture will be about castration complications. We will focus on protocols and plans for castration complications. The fourth and final lecture will be on down horses and natural disaster preparation/protocol. We will focus on preparation with clients, toolkits they should have on hand and emergency rescue of down horses.

Amanda Craven
DVM
Friday, Sept. 30
Equine Gastrointestinal Disease

Chronic and recurrent gastrointestinal disease can be frustrating for the equine practitioner. This session will outline two major diagnostic challenges of the equine patient, working up the complaints of chronic colic and chronic diarrhea. We will discuss the common presentations, diagnostic processes, and available treatments for these diseases.

Kurt Selberg
DVM, MS, DACVR
Saturday, Oct. 1
MSK Imaging

Information coming soon!

Jamie Pribyl
DVM
Saturday, Oct. 1
Sponsored by:
Burnout and Boundaries in Equine Medicine

The wellbeing of equine veterinarians and support staff is an industry wide concern.  In this discussion we will look at how personal boundaries can help to lessen the likelihood of burnout.

Innovations in Equine Asthma

Respiratory disease is one of the leading causes of poor performance in horses.  This session will focus on mild, moderate, and severe equine asthma.  We will look at clinical signs, pathophysiology, diagnosis, and current treatment options.

John Chalk
JD, CPA, CFP
Sunday, Oct. 2
Sponsored by:
Business Management by the Numbers

The presentation will be a series of topics using a core study by Mega Valley Equine Hospital. Sessions will include managing your business by the numbers, valuation, and succession planning.

Jacquelin Boggs
DVM, MS, DACVIM
Sunday, Oct. 2
Sponsored by:
Advancements in Regenerative Medicine

Join us for an engaging conversation on what is new in regenerative medicine for horses. This will be a panel discussion with 3 veterinarians, who will present background information on osteoarthritis and the role of regenerative medicine. In addition, they will take a deeper dive into the scientific literature and current modalities for healing. And finally, will provide practical, real world application and use of regenerative medicine products. The focus of the conversation will be on the power of using the horses own blood to heal osteoarthritis and manage pain.

Bobby Cowles
DVM, MS, MBA
Sunday, Oct. 2
Sponsored by:
Advancements in Regenerative Medicine

Join us for an engaging conversation on what is new in regenerative medicine for horses. This will be a panel discussion with 3 veterinarians, who will present background information on osteoarthritis and the role of regenerative medicine. In addition, they will take a deeper dive into the scientific literature and current modalities for healing. And finally, will provide practical, real world application and use of regenerative medicine products. The focus of the conversation will be on the power of using the horses own blood to heal osteoarthritis and manage pain.

Steve Latimer
DVM, MS
Sunday, Oct. 2
Sponsored by:
Advancements in Regenerative Medicine

Join us for an engaging conversation on what is new in regenerative medicine for horses. This will be a panel discussion with 3 veterinarians, who will present background information on osteoarthritis and the role of regenerative medicine. In addition, they will take a deeper dive into the scientific literature and current modalities for healing. And finally, will provide practical, real world application and use of regenerative medicine products. The focus of the conversation will be on the power of using the horses own blood to heal osteoarthritis and manage pain.