WSVMA CE event – Veterinary Rehabilitation – January 24, 2016

  |   Continuing Education, Uncategorized

Join us for another premier CE event featuring local experts on the topic of veterinary rehabilitation. The event takes place on Sunday, January 24, 2016 at Renton Technical College in Renton, WA. Featured speakers include Dr. Kristin Kirkby-Shaw on the role of physical rehabilitation in small animal practice, Dr. Alycia Lamb on the role of orthotics and prosthetics in canine patients, Dr. Karen Kline on the role of acupuncture in the rehabilitation in the neurologic patient, and Dr. Leslie Eide on...

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Thank you

  |   Uncategorized, WSVMA News

We want to thank you again for your membership this past year. Every year, your support of veterinary medicine becomes more and more vital. Your membership helps us keep veterinary medicine uncompromised so that you can continue providing high-quality care to your patients. Together, we're making the greatest profession on earth even better. Please renew your membership today. All you need to do is login to your profile and click the “renew your membership now” link. For assistance with logging in...

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Express your sympathy with the WSAHF Pet Memorial Card Gift Program

  |   Foundation, Uncategorized

Honor your client and their pet and positively impact your practice by participating in the Washington State Animal Health Foundation (WSAHF) Pet Memorial Gift Program. Benefits of the Pet Memorial Gift Program to your practice include: An effective client relations tool that serves to strengthen the bond with your client Helps you to better deal with the difficulty of client grief Allows your staff to become involved so you can practice veterinary medicine Your charitable contribution is tax-deductible Cards with envelopes purchased in bulk are...

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Please participate in survey about antiparasitic drug use and resistance in ruminants and horses

  |   Animal Health, Uncategorized

The FDA Center for Veterinary Medicine (CVM) is asking equine, bovine and small ruminant practitioners to participate in a survey about antiparasitic drug use and resistance in ruminants and horses. Veterinary parasitologists are asked to complete the survey as well. The survey is intended to help the CVM better understand the level of awareness and concern within the veterinary community regarding antiparasitic resistance in grazing species.. The survey will be open until Nov. 3, 2015. Responses will impact future educational outreach efforts...

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WSVMA Announces 2015-16 Board of Directors

  |   Uncategorized, WSVMA News

Washington State Veterinary Medical Association (WSVMA) announces that Michael Anderson, DVM (Lynden, WA) and Lisa Parshley, DVM, PhD, DACVIM were both elected to serve three-year terms on the WSVMA Board of Directors during the Annual Membership Meeting held at the Pacific Northwest Veterinary Conference in September. Their terms will run from 2015 through 2018. Following the Annual Membership Meeting, the Board of Directors met and elected Parshley to serve a one-year term as President for the 2015-16 year. This is the...

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