Penn Vet Working Dog Conference Coming Soon!

If you’re in the Philadelphia area, we encourage you to check out the 2014 Penn Vet Working Dog Conference.

This is a unique opportunity to participate in lectures and wet labs designed to enhance the working dog community’s knowledge and skill necessary to provide quality health care for dogs in the field.

Penn Vet Working Dog Conference 

Thursday, June 5, 5:00p – Sunday, June 8, 1:00p

Explore 4 key tracks including Sports Medicine, Nutrition, Emergency & Preventive Medicine, and Behavior. Each track will begin with a presentation by the nation’s leading experts in the field, followed by 6 breakout sessions which offer the opportunity to explore specific topics and access hands on training.

Download full agenda HERE.

Scenario Based Training Op

Sunday, June 8, 2:00p – 8:00p
$125 – Handlers w/K9s, Veterinarians, Technicians

$50 – Vet Students, Search Team Managers, Tech Search, and Other Non-K9 Positions

Scenario based training incorporating real world search problems and including mock veterinary scenarios and hazards.

Vets and Techs: Earn 23 hours of RACE approved CE! Veterinarians and technicians can attend lectures and wet labs featuring current cutting edge technology for managing the care and performance of our nation’s working dogs. Information will also be useful in treating the growing population of performance and sport dogs. (17 hrs CE – Penn Vet Working Dog Conference, 6 hrs CE – Scenario Based Training)

You can register now at http://pennvetwdc.org/education/conference/ or contact the Conference Coordinator with any questions at kkelsey@vet.upenn.edu.

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