SWVS 2024 REGISTRATION GUIDE

Digital Registration Guide for SWVS 2024 September 26-29 in Fort Worth, TX. Details about CE Sessions, Exhibitors, and Events can be found here as well as on our website swvs.org

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

GENERAL INFORMATION Registration Information.......................................5 Cancellation Policy................................................6 SWVS 2024...........................................................8 Schedule at a Glance............................................9 About SWVS.......................................................10 Awards/Nominations..........................................13 CONTINUING EDUCATION CE/RACE Information.........................................14 Speakers. ............................................................ 15 Ticketed Events..................................................19 Lecture Schedule................................................21 CE Session descriptions can be found online at www.swvs.org/2024/ce-schedule SWVS 2024 SWVS Events.......................................................28 Hotel Accommodations......................................36 Travel Planning....................................................37 EXHIBIT INFORMATION Exhibit Hall Information..................................... 39 Exhibitor List.......................................................40 Exhibitor Lunch & Learns....................................43

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2024 REGISTRATION PRICING

EARLY BIRD FEB 1 – JULY 31

STANDARD AUG 1 – SEPT 29

VETERINARIAN

Full Registration

$485

$585

First Year DVM

$250

$300

Thursday-Only

$250

$350

Friday-Only

$260

$360

Saturday-Only

$260

$360

Sunday-Only

$250

$350

Thursday & Friday

$490

$590

TO REGISTER ONLINE swvs2024.streampoint.com NEED ASSISTANCE WITH REGISTRATION? Call (833) 560-5263 or email swvs2024@streampoint.com ON-SITE REGISTRATION HOURS THURSDAY, Sept. 26 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM FRIDAY, Sept. 27 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM SATURDAY, Sept. 28 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM SUNDAY, Sept. 29 7:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Friday & Saturday

$490

$590

Saturday & Sunday

$490

$590

TECHNICIAN | VETERINARIAN ASSISTANT PRACTICE MANAGER | OFFICE STAFF

EARLY BIRD FEB 1 – JULY 31

STANDARD AUG 1 – SEPT 29

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*Must provide Student ID and will not receive a CE Certificate **Exhibit Hall only – guest of attendee cannot be in Veterinary field There will be a $25 admin fee for in-person registration onsite at the Convention Center

WHAT’S INCLUDED IN THE 4-DAY FULL REGISTRATION FEE? • Complete 4-day full registration includes access to all on-site lectures (with the exception of Interactive Labs/Master Classes/CE Tour) • Complimentary lunch (Friday and Saturday) • Complimentary coffee & pastries (Friday, Saturday and Sunday) • Exhibitor Lunch & Learns (Friday and Saturday) • Exhibit Hall, which includes 250+ Exhibitors, Welcome Reception, “Greetings from Fort Worth” Sip-N-Shop and daily refreshments

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VETERINARY & TECHNICIAN STUDENTS REGISTRATION Veterinary and Technician Students must be enrolled in an AVMA accredited veterinary college or an AMVA CTEA-Accredited Veterinary Technician program. They are also required to provide acceptable identification when registering for SWVS 2024. Acceptable documents are: a copy of a current Student identification card, a letter of verification, or a letter written on official letterhead signed by a professor. Students will NOT receive a CE Certificate. High School students can NOT attend. When registering online, Students can upload their documentation and proof of Student ID verification that is required. This will confirm the student registration immediately, and the student will receive an acknowledgment of their registration. Students who choose to fax or mail their registrations must attach a copy of the acceptable proof of identification document with the registration. GROUP REGISTRATION If you register 4 or more FULL Attendees, you will receive a 20% discount on all your registrations. ID REQUIRED An ID will be required to pick up on-site ticket sales. Valid driver’s license, U.S.-issued identification, such as passport, or Student ID will be accepted. International attendees will need a valid passport for identification. INTERACTIVE LABS/MASTER CLASSES/CE TOUR You must be registered for SWVS 2024 (complete or one-day) to attend these ticketed CE offerings. An additional fee is required. Registrations are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis until the maximum capacity is reached. IMPORTANT NOTE: The registration deadline for these ticketed CE offerings is August 1st. A $50 cancellation fee applies for cancellations made prior to August 1st. No refunds of ticketed CE events will be given after August 1st for cancellations. Cancellations cannot be taken over the phone. Cancellations must be submitted via email to info@swvs.org. These ticketed CE offerings require a minimum number of registrants. If a session has less than the minimum number required, it will be cancelled on August 1st. Participants will be notified and appropriate refunds will be processed. TITER DETERMINATION AND RABIES VACCINATION CLINIC SWVS offers you the opportunity to have blood drawn for a titer determination. Blood will be drawn on Saturday, packaged and shipped to a laboratory for titer determination. Results will be sent from Kansas State. Estimated turnaround time is six to eight weeks. Cost of the titer will be $130. If it has been a relatively long time (5 or more years) since

FORMS OF PAYMENT VISA, MasterCard, American Express and checks are accepted for payment. All checks must be made payable to “SWVS” and must be drawn on a U.S. bank. If you want to register online and pay by check, a payment option for “check” is available, and your registration will only be considered confirmed upon receipt of the mailed check. IMPORTANT NOTE: Checks must be postmarked by the deadline for discount pricing. Any payment received after the discount registration deadline will be assessed the registration fee applicable to the date the check is received. Checks must be received within 5 business days after registering online or your registration will be cancelled. REGISTRATION CONFIRMATIONS Registration confirmations are sent by email, so please provide your email address! If you are considering any Interactive Labs/Master Classes/ CE Tours, space is limited; you may want to go online to register. Mailed or faxed forms require manual processing and there is a chance you may not receive your first selections. PRIVACY NOTE: SWVS WILL NOT sell your personal information to a third party. See the SWVS privacy policy at swvs.org/privacy-policy ATTENDANCE POLICY SWVS 2024 is designed to provide continuing education to members of the veterinary profession and staff. SWVS reserves the right to determine attendance and participation for non- veterinarians. The Symposium is not designed to accommodate interests of the general public or other professionals unrelated to veterinary science. Only paid professional registrants with official SWVS 2024 badges are allowed to attend continuing education sessions and all events included with registration fees. CANCELLATION & REFUND POLICIES Cancellations of registration is available until August 1st and must be made in writing via email to info@swvs.org . SWVS cannot take cancellations over the phone. There is a $50 administrative fee that will be taken out of your refund. Cancellations after August 1st will not be refunded. No refunds of ticketed CE events will be given after August 1st for cancellations. These ticketed CE offerings require a minimum number of registrants. If a session has less than the minimum number required, it will be cancelled on August 1st. Participants will be notified and appropriate refunds will be processed.

you had a rabies booster vaccination or a titer determination, you may elect to have a booster vaccination instead of having a titer run. Cost of the vaccination will be $400. Sign up for either a titer or rabies booster as you register. We cannot provide any receipts or guarantee reimbursement for insurance. We are not an in-network or out-of- network provider for ANY type of insurance. AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT All meeting rooms are accessible via wheelchair in the Convention Center. If you have a disability that may impact your participation at SWVS, you need to indicate this on your registration form and then please send an email to info@swvs. org and briefly describe your needs. Please Note: SWVS cannot assure availability of appropriate accommodations without prior notification of the need 30 days prior to the start of SWVS. GUEST REGISTRATION All guests include family members or anyone who are not veterinarians, technicians/assistants, office staff or practice managers. All veterinarians, technicians, assistants, office staff or practice mangers must register and pay registration fees. This allows guests to attend non-CE events, exhibits and non-ticketed events. Guests cannot attend any CE sessions. Guest lunch tickets for Friday or Saturday can be purchased at the Registration counter for an additional fee. See page 5 for pricing. CHILDREN Children age 17 and under do not require a name badge but must be accompanied by a registered attendee in the Exhibit Hall. Children are NOT permitted in any CE sessions. PROCEEDINGS 2024 Proceedings will again be available online through the Veterinary Information Network. All registered attendees will have access to the conference notes online and on the mobile app. There will be no books or flash drives available.

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One-day and two-day registration includes the following: access to all lectures and events (with the exception of Interactive Labs/Master Classes/ CE Tours) scheduled for that day; access to the Exhibit Hall exclusively for the day the registration is valid; complimentary SWVS Coffee & Pastries, complimentary refreshments during breaks; and access to any non-ticketed social events occurring the day the registration is valid. If you register for Friday or Saturday, complimentary lunch is included. If you register for Friday, a complimentary drink during the Sip-N-Shop is included. ON-SITE REGISTRATION Online is the easiest – but if you want to register on-site you just need to head to the registration counter located in the Fort Worth Convention Center.

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SCHEDULE AT A GLANCE

SWVS 2024

CONTINUING EDUCATION, EXHIBIT HALL & SOCIAL EVENTS

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM Registration Open 1:45 PM – 2:00 PM SWVS Ribbon Cutting & Exhibit Hall Grand Opening 2:00 PM – 5:30 PM Exhibit Hall Open 2:30 PM – 3:30 PM Special Film Preview for SWVS Attendees - ‘The Dog’ Starring Kate Walsh. Panel Discussion, Q&A to Follow Sponsored by IndeVets Sponsored by IndeVets

Welcome back to Fort Worth! We’re delighted to welcome you once again to a city deeply cherished by the SWVS community. Fort Worth, a city where charming history and contemporary flair blend seamlessly, is notably easy to navigate. Beyond the bustling schedule of SWVS activities, we encourage you to discover Fort Worth’s vibrant attractions. The city is alive with dynamic entertainment areas, exceptional dining, shopping, and art galleries recognized as some of the finest nationwide. An added delight is Molly the Trolley, a complimentary shuttle service that connects you to all the essential downtown attractions. Make sure to visit iconic landmarks such as Sundance Square, the Stockyards, the Fort Worth Zoo, Texas Motor Speedway, and the Fort Worth Botanic Gardens. Begin organizing your Fort Worth journey today – an unforgettable experience awaits!

EVENT HIGHLIGHTS • NEW THIS YEAR:

» Special Film Preview for SWVS Attendees - ‘The Dog’ Starring Kate Walsh. Panel Discussion, Q&A to Follow » Biomedical Research Track • Technician Case Report Challenge • Exhibit Hall Days, Thursday - Saturday • Exhibit Hall “Greetings from Fort Worth” Welcome Reception » Thursday Evening, 4:00 PM-5:30 PM • First-Time Attendee Orientation » Thursday, 3:00 PM - 3:30 PM • CE/RACE Approved Hours • Exhibit Hall Sip-N-Shop » Friday Evening, 3:50 PM - 5:00 PM • CE Tour: Fort Worth Zoo Hosptial Tour (Tickets Required) • Food Animal Off-Site Lecture and Dinner Sponsored by Vaxxinova/ Newport Labs (Ticket Required) • Wear Your School Colors Day on Saturday – “Be True to Your School” • Titer Determination/Rabies Clinic on Saturday in the Exhibit Hall • Complimentary Lunch Friday and Saturday in the Exhibit Hall • Complimentary Coffee and Pastries Friday, Saturday & Sunday • One-Day Registrations & Two-Day Registrations • Intern/Resident DVM Discounted Registrations • First Year DVM Discounted Registration • Saturday College Football Games at SWVS Central in the Exhibit Hall • Complimentary Lunch during Exhibitor » Lunch & Learns Friday and Saturday • Scavenger Hunt in Exhibit Hall • Worship Service Sunday Morning, All are Welcome! • Interactive Mobile App

3:30 PM – 4:00 PM First-Time Attendee Orientation 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM Exhibit Hall Welcome Reception 5:00 PM – 8:50 PM Evening Continuing Education Sessions FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27

ONLINE INFORMATION

7:00 AM – 5:00 PM Registration Open 7:00 AM – 8:00 AM Coffee & Pastries

The SWVS website, www.swvs.org is your source for the most current information about SWVS 2024 in Fort Worth. • Register Online• Reserve your Hotel Room when you Register • View Complete CE Session Descriptions • Research CE by Day, Track or Speaker • View Current Exhibitor List • Find Out More About Fort Worth: » Getting Around Fort Worth » Restaurants & Shopping » Entertainment Options 2024 SYMPOSIUM LOCATION Fort Worth Convention Center 1201 Houston Street Fort Worth, TX 76102 IMPORTANT CONTACT INFORMATION SWVS Office Location 801 E. Plano Parkway, Suite 208, Plano, TX 75074

WORTH SAVING SHOW YOUR BADGE DISCOUNT PROGRAM Whether you are in the mood for a margarita or your sweet tooth is calling for chocolate, enjoy discounted and free options at establishments participating in the Worth Savings Show Us Your Badge Discount Program Show Us Your Badge Discount Program. Enjoy free or discounted appetizers, meals, drinks, desserts and Fort Worth gifts just by showing your SWVS 2024 badge at participating locations. For a list of participating establishments, go to www.fortworth.com/meetings/ meetings-tool-kit/worth-savings/ participating-businesses/ for more information. GETTING AROUND FORT WORTH Fort Worth is conveniently located 8.5 milesfrom Fort Worth International Airport. See details on page 37. THE SWVS 2024 APP Attendees can search exhibitors, sessions and speakers while creating a personal itinerary throughout the event. In addition, you will be able to rate your sessions and speakers.

HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS Official SWVS 2024 Hotels: SWVS has negotiated special room rates with a number of Fort Worth hotels. From the elegant to the sophisticated to the eclectic, these SWVS Official Hotels were selected by popularity in safe locations nearest to the Convention Center. These hotels are across the street or a few blocks from the Convention Center, restaurants, shops and entertainment. Beware of fraudulent hotel telemarketers posing as SWVS. We will not CALL you to book your hotel room. Hotel rooms go fast, so please make your reservations early by booking your hotel at the same time you register for SWVS 2024.For more information on participating hotels, see page 36 or go to book.resiada. com/SWVS2024 CE CREDIT INFORMATION More than 450+ hours of quality continuing education courses are offered at SWVS 2024. A maximum of 28 credit hours are available during the general symposium. Additional credit hours are available. Please check with your state veterinary medical licensing board for specific continuing education allowances and requirements. See page 14 for complete details. SWVS LUNCH FRIDAY & SATURDAY Welcome to the Symposium with Southern Hospitality! Lunch will be provided on both days to all registered professional attendees so come on down to the Exhibit Hall. You can also have lunch during the Exhibitor Lunch & Learns on Friday and Saturday. Your lunch ticket is connected to your registration type and your QR codewill be scanned for lunch.

7:30 AM – 1:30 PM CE Tour: Fort Worth Zoo Hospital Tour (Ticket Required) 8:00 AM – 5:30 PM Continuing Education Sessions/Labs/Master Classes 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM Exhibit Hall Open 9:50 AM – 10:30 AM BREAK – Refreshments in the Exhibit Hall 12:20 PM – 2:00 PM Lunch Break 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM Exhibitor Lunch & Learn Sessions 3:50 PM – 4:30 PM BREAK – Refreshments in the Exhibit Hall 3:50 PM – 5:00 PM Exhibit Hall Sip-N-Shop 6:00 PM – 8:50 PM Evening Continuing Education Sessions 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM Food Animal Off-Site Lecture and Dinner Sponsored by Vaxxinova/ Newport Labs (Ticket Required) SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28

7:00 AM – 5:00 PM Registration Open 7:00 AM – 8:00 AM Coffee & Pastries

8:00 AM – 5:30 PM Continuing Education Sessions/Labs/Master Classes 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM Titer and Rabies Vaccination Clinic Open in the Exhibit Hall 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM Exhibit Hall Open 9:50 AM – 10:30 AM BREAK – Refreshments in the Exhibit Hall 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM College Football Games Shown at SWVS Central 12:20 PM – 2:00 PM Lunch Break 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM Exhibitor Lunch & Learn Sessions 3:50 PM – 4:30 PM BREAK – Refreshments in the Exhibit Hall 4:00 PM – 4:20 PM Scavenger Hunt winners announced at SWVS Central (Must be present to win) 6:00 PM – 8:50 PM Evening Continuing Education Sessions SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29

Phone: 972-664-9800 Email: info@swvs.org Fax: 972-850-7469 Website: swvs.org

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ABOUT SWVS

ABOUT SWVS Southwest Veterinary Symposium is a partnership of the Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas VMAs, as well as the Oklahoma Veterinary Technician Association, Arkansas Veterinary Technician Association, New Mexico Registered Veterinary Technician Association and the Veterinary Team Association of Texas. We provide continuing education for veterinary professionals in the Southwest region and the nation. Symposium profits are returned to the partner states. MISSION STATEMENT Southwest Veterinary Symposium represents innovative partnerships that focus on creating an unparalleled education experience, advancing the entire veterinary profession, and fostering a spirit of reciprocal investment amongst our partner

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VMAs, attendees and exhibitors. VISION STATEMENT

To become, by the way of a thriving partnership between member state VMAs, exhibitors, and speakers, the premier regional veterinary educational conference, providing a one-of-a-kind, friendly, welcoming experience to attendees and their families.

Did you know you can enhance your VMA member benefits and support your VMA? Net proceeds from the annual symposium are returned to each partner state VMA based on the number of attendees from their state. The state VMAs utilize these proceeds for member benefits.

BOARD OF MANAGERS

CE COMMITTEE

The Board of Managers is comprised of two representatives for each partner state VMA. The SWVS Board of Managers meeting is held during SWVS, where new officers are inducted each year for a term of one to three years. COMMITTEE:

The Continuing Education Committee is a standing committee of SWVS. It is composed of representatives from each partner state VMA. CE members are assigned to one specialty track and are responsible for planning the speakers and sessions in their track. Trisha Marullo, DVM - Past Chair Paula Plummer, LVT - Chair Chance Armstrong, DVM; Mike Beard, DVM; Rosslyn Biggs, DVM; Alice Blue-McLendon, DVM; Anna Chapman, DVM; Pam Delahoussaye, DVM; Jon Fletcher, DVM; Anne Hale, DVM; Shannan Hall-Ursone, DVM; Brandon Louth, DVM; Jodi Michaelson, CVPM; Pam Mitchell, DVM; Stephen Pittenger, DVM; Joe Pluhar, DVM; Christen Puckett-Smith, RVT; Rachel Ramesar, DVM; Debbie Reed, RVT; Kellie Turnage, CVPM; Katie Tyler, DVM; Kevin Washburn, DVM

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AWARDS/NOMINATIONS

2023 SWVS VISIONARY AWARD WINNER Stephen Pittenger, DVM

LTC DANIEL HOLLAND, DVM MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP WINNER Kameron Soules, DVM

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The Southwest Veterinary Symposium Visionary of the Year Award is presented to an individual who is recognized by the profession and is actively engaged in a private, public, or corporate veterinary practice hose contributions elevate the standards and goals of veterinary medicine. Selection criteria are based on contributions to the profession that includes veterinary practice, continuing education, publications, public education and civic activities. Nominations are submitted from the five SWVS partner state VMAs, and the SWVS Awards Committee will select the recipient. The 2024 award will be presented at the President’s VIP Reception on Friday evening, September 27st. Visit swvs.org/awards/ for more information about the SWVS Visionary Award or to nominate an individual.

The annual scholarship covers registration, travel and lodging to the Southwest Veterinary Symposium. Recipient must have graduated from a college of veterinary medicine within the past five years and be actively engaged in food animal or mixed practice, public health, nation building, or food security programs. The scholarship recipient for 2024 will be selected by the Awards Committee and presented the scholarship award at the SWVS President’s Reception on Friday evening, September 27th. Visit swvs.org/awards/ for more information about the SWVS LTC Daniel Holland, DVM Memorial Scholarship or to nominate an individual.

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CE CREDIT INFORMATION SWVS is a continuing education provider and offers 450+ hours of quality CE courses for Veterinarians, Veterinary Students, Veterinary Technicians, Veterinary Technician Students, Veterinary Assistants, Practice Managers and Office Staff. SWVS is owned by five partner state VMAs, each of which is an affiliate of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA). These state veterinary medical exam boards accept/approve SWVS for CE credit. Registrants from other states should check with their state Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners regarding approval of SWVS CE credit. A maximum of 28 CE credit hours are available for the SWVS General Symposium. Additional credit hours are available as listed below. In addition, DVMs licensed in Arkansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma or Texas may claim 2 hours of CE for visiting the SWVS Exhibit Hall. Please check with your state veterinary medical licensing board for specific CE allowances and requirements. It is the individual’s responsibility to maintain and submit CE records as required. Attendees are encouraged to consult their state licensing board for specific allowances and any restrictions on the number of hours accepted for specialty and non-science sessions (practice management). The Practice Management/Office Personnel classes were reviewed and approved by the VHMA program for 36 hours of continuing education in jurisdictions which recognize VHMA approval. Please contact the VHMA program if you have any comments/concerns regarding this program’s validity or relevancy to the veterinary profession. VHMA approved course ID 23-27, www.vhma.org The Integrative Medicine classes were reviewed and approved by the following: a total of 16 IVAS CE has been granted for the 2024 SWVS; IVCA CPD Approval - 25 hours of general CPD ; a total of 06 (clinical) CE Credits is approved by the AVCA Education Committee CE CREDIT HOURS General Symposium Attendance hours..........................................................28 credit hours GENERAL SYMPOSIUM CE HOURS BY DAY: Thursday, September 26...................................................................................4 credit hours Friday, September 27.....................................................................................10 credit hours Saturday, September 28.................................................................................10 credit hours Sunday, September 29.....................................................................................4 credit hours ADDITIONAL CE HOURS AVAILABLE: (Not included in the General Symposium hours above) CE Tour (Ticket Required) .................................................................................1.5 credit hours Interactive Labs (Ticket Required) ....................................................2, 4, 5.5, or 7 credit hours Exhibit Hall........................................................................................................2 credit hours DVMs licensed in Arkansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma or Texas may claim 2 credit hours for time spent in the Exhibit Hall. Master Classes (Ticket Required) .........................................................................4 credit hours Exhibitor Education Sessions .............................................................................1 credit hour (For those approved for SWVS CE credit) – Some RACE approved. CONTACT INFORMATION FOR STATE LICENSING BOARDS Alabama.............................................................................................................................. 334-395-5112 Arkansas.............................................................................................................................. 501-224-2836 Colorado............................................................................................................................. 303-894-7800 Kansas................................................................................................................................. 785-456-8781 Louisiana............................................................................................................................. 225-925-6620 Mississippi........................................................................................................................... 662-324-9380 Missouri............................................................................................................................... 573-751-0031 New Mexico........................................................................................................................505-553-7021 Oklahoma. .......................................................................................................................... 405-522-8831 Tennessee........................................................................................................................... 615-532-5090 Texas................................................................................................................................... 512-305-7555

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Jason Anton, DVM Ovaflo Genetics PLLC Alexandra Apgar-Arpin, DVM, MPH USDA Kristina Bartley, B.Sc. M.Sc. CLABP Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Ranae Bart, MBA Northwestern Mutual Wealth Management Co Karlene Belyea, MBA Mission Veterinary Partners Alice Blue-McLendon, DVM Texas A&M University James Bogan, Jr., DVM, MVS, DABVP

Joe Pluhar, DVM, MBA Freedom Equine Performance

Paula Plummer, LVT, VTS(ECC, SAIM, CP-fe) Texas A&M Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital Heather Prendergast, RVT, CVPM, SPHR Synergie Consulting Stacy Pursell, CPC, CERS The VET REcruiter Abby Rafferty, LVT, CCRP Modern Animal Angela Rathmann, CVT, VTS (ECC), (SAIM) Veterinary Emergency Group Sheilah Robertson, BVMS (Hons), CertVA, PhD, DACVAA, DECVAA, DACAW, DECAWBM (AWSEL), FRCVS. Lap of Love Veterinary Hospice Inc. Cherice Roth, MS, DVM Mars Veterinary Health Jerri Rubio, LVT, VTS Texas A&M University Amy Savarino, Pharm D. Texas A&M University Jessey Scheip, LVT, VTS (Behavior) Mindful Mentor Behavior Consulting Jennifer Schleining, DVM, MS, DACVS-LA Texas A&M University Leslie Sharkey, DVM, PhD, DACVP Tufts University Geoffrey Smith, DVM, PhD, DACVIM Zoetis Alissa St. Blanc, DVM, MS, DACVS-SA Louisiana State University Christine Staten, DVM, MBA Veterinary MBA & Adobe Veterinary Center Lucy Summers, RVT, VTS(ECC) University of Florida Melissa Supernor, LVT, CVT, VTS (SAIM), CCFP, CVBP, CFVP Blue River PetCare Karen Tang, DVM, MS, DACVP (Clinical) Texas A&M Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory Chris Tanjuaquio, WMA Northwestern Mutual Wealth Management / CMT Wealth Management Lauren Thielen, DVM Cornell University Guilherme Verocai, DVM, MS, PhD, DACVM (Parasitology) Texas A&M University Andra Voges, DVM, DACVR Texas A&M University Lisa Willis, DVM, CVA Mid-Texas Veterinary Associates, PC Kenichiro Yagi, MS, RVT, VTS (ECC), (SAIM) Veterinary Emergency Group Debra Zoran, DVM, DACVIM-SAIM Texas A&M University

CONTINUING EDUCATION VERIFICATION IN 3 EASY STEPS Three simple steps are required to obtain the SWVS CE Certificate of Completion. 1 CHECK-IN – Upon arrival at the Fort Worth Convention Center, check-in at the registration area, where your badge will be scanned to verify your attendance. You only need to scan your badge once. 2 TRACK YOUR ATTENDANCE – Use the CE Checklist to record your presence at each session you attend. 3 CE CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION – At the conclusion of the Symposium, your CE Certificate will be emailed to you. It is then your responsibility to submit CE to your state board. SWVS does not submit CE reports for attendees. RACE APPROVAL STATEMENT The American Association of Veterinary State Boards RACE committee has reviewed and approved the program referenced above as meeting the Standards adopted by the AAVSB. CE Broker Tracking #: 20-1185530 Max Veterinary Hours approved: 458 Max Veterinary Hours available: 28.00 Max Veterinary Technician Hours approved: 458 Max Veterinary Technician Hours available: 28.00 Please contact the AAVSB RACE program at race@aavsb.org or 877-698-8482 should you have any comments/concerns regarding this program’s validity or relevancy to the veterinary profession, or if you have questions regarding this notification.

Central Florida Zoo & Botanical Gardens Sonya Brouillette, DVM, AVCA Stay Sound Veterinary Chiropractic Holly Brown, DVM, PhD, DACVP Antech Diagnostics Daniel Burba, DVM Oklahoma State University Francisco Conrado, DVM, MSc, DACVP Tufts University Kelly Cooper, DVM Reality Vet Coaching & Consulting Theresa Cosper-Roberts, RVT, CVPM, ACE(DE), CVBL National Veterinary Solutions Delores Craig, DVM, CVA, CVCH, FAAVA International Veterinary Acupuncture Society Instructor Andi Davison, LVT, CAPP, APPC Flourish Veterinary Consulting Danielle DeCormier, LVT, VTS (Oncology), CFE MedVet Lisa Ebner, DVM, MS, DACVAA, CVA University of Minnesota Alexis Fitchel, LVT Texas A&M Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital Kelly Foltz, CVT, LVT, RVT, VTS (ECC) BluePearl/Mars Veterinary Health Shailesh Ghimire New Wine Olga Gonzalez, DVM, DACVP Texas Biomedical Research Institute Southwest National Primate Center Sonya Gordon, DVM, DACVIM Cardiology Texas A&M University Cleet Griffin, DVM Texas A&M University Jay Griffin, IV, DVM Texas A&M University Jennifer Halleran, DVM, DACVIM-LAIM North Carolina State University Andrew Hanzlicek, DVM, MS, DACVIM (SAIM) MiraVista Diagnostics Marina Harrison, BS, CVA III Texas A&M Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital Lincoln Memorial University Steve Ensley, DVM, PhD Kansas State University Shana Filipek, CVT, VTS-EVN

Dallas Veterinary Surgical Center Micah Kohles, DVM, MPA

Oxbow Animal Health/Compana Pet Brands Michael Lapin, DVM, PhD, DACVIM Colorado State University Heidi Lobprise, DVM, DAVDC Cibolo Creek Veterinary Hospital Catriona MacPhail, DVM, PhD, DACVS Colorado State University Patricia March, RVT, VTS-Dentistry March Veterinary Dental Consulting LLC Brad Marconyak, CVT, CVPM ProfitSolver / WIT Solutions Kären Marsden, BA, DVM MVP Steve Marsden, DVM, ND, MSOM MVP Robyn Marshall, LVT PSIvet Bobbi McQuown, DVM MedVet Dallas Mollie Mesman, DVM, DACVD Animal Dermatology Clinic - Greenville Jodi Michaelson, CVMP Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health Piper Norton, DVM Texas Equine Medical Associates Nell Ostermeier, DVM, CVA, FAAVA People + Pet Integrative Therapies Carly Patterson, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM) Texas A&M University Linda Paul, DVM, PhD, DACVIM (LAIM) Abner Veterinary, PLLC Monica Dixon Perry, CVPM Burzenski & Company, PC Sarah Perry, BS, LVT, NCert (TMedNsg) Texas A&M Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital

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SWVS 2024

Fort Worth is proud to welcome SOUTHWEST VETERINARY SYMPOSIUM September 26-29, 2024

FOR SWVS 2024 INFORMATION

CREATE A PERSONAL AGENDA Click on the agenda icon to search sessions by dates and times. Click on the Star Icon next to the session you want to attend to add to My Agenda.

STAY IN THE KNOW Receive alerts for the latest updates, room/speaker changes and stay up-to-date on all activities happening at the conference.

VIEW SPEAKERS AND THEIR SESSIONS Search by speakers to find their sessions and room numbers.

The SWVS 2024 APP Search SWVS and download the app today! DOWNLOAD IT NOW

ACCESS PROCEEDING PAPERS Proceeding papers can be viewed through VIN and can be downloaded to your phone.

FIND YOUR WAY Use the venue map to find your sessions and your way around the Convention Center.

FUN THINGS TO DO IN FORT WORTH

Whether you’re here for a day or a lifetime, there’s always more to discover in the Unexpected City. Experience the height of Western culture with the Fort Worth Herd, the world’s only twice-daily cattle drive, in the Historic Stockyards National District. See priceless masterpieces at award-winning museums in the Cultural District. Go wild at the Fort Worth Zoo or stroll through the Botanic Gardens. Shop and dine in the 35-block Sundance Square entertainment district, where you can catch a Broadway show at Bass Performance Hall or listen to live music at Sundance Square Plaza. Step back in time and see the historic sites of Fort Worth like Hell’s Half Acre, Historic Southside and East Fort Worth. Attend a sporting event like the Fort Worth

Stock Show & Rodeo or NCAA Women’s Gymnastics at Dickies Arena. For music fans, listen to live music at Billy Bob’s Texas, Scat Jazz Lounge or any other of Fort Worth’s live music venues. For film buffs, take a self-guided tour of filming locations around Fort Worth featured in shows like 1883, Walker, Texas Ranger, 12 Mighty Orphans and the music video for Kendrick Lamar’s “N95.” Choose between some of the best Tex-Mex or BBQ in the Lone Star State. Or take it up a notch at one of our award-winning restaurants for world-class cuisine. Live life in the fast lane at Texas Motor Speedway. Journey down the Fort Worth Ale Trail and try locally-made liquors at TX Whiskey Ranch, Blackland Distilling, Acre Distilling Co., Trinity

River Distillery and Lockwood Distilling Company.

Dress for the Modern West. Find western wear at Leddy’s Boots, Best Hat Store, Tucker Brown, Flea Style, or Maverick wFine Western Wear. Shop street style from local designers like LAUDE the Label and Dickies. Visit Morgan Mercantile and Jag for unique finds. Hike or bike the 100+ miles of the Trinity Trails on the Trinity River or rent a kayak for a unique view of the city. Celebrate the holidays with us! Join the festivities for MLK Day, Cinco de Mayo, Juneteenth, 4th of July, Dia de los Muertos, Hispanic Heritage Month, Fort Worth Food and Wine Festival, the PGA Charles Schwab Challenge at Colonial, Christmas and New Year’s Eve. www.fortworth.com/things-to-do

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TICKETED EVENTS

CE TOUR / MASTER CLASSES / INTERACTIVE LABS / FOOD ANIMAL These ticketed events provide a unique learning experience. Descriptions are available online at swvs.org/ticketed-events Space is limited and on a first-come, first-served basis. Advanced registration is required. Ticketed offerings require a minimum number of registrants. If the number of registrants is less than the minimum, the session will be cancelled on August 1st and participants will be notified. If a ticketed session is cancelled for this reason, SWVS will provide a full refund. Check the website and on-site guide for the final scheduling, as presentation times and days occasionally change due to unavoidable circumstances. SWVS is not responsible for and does not endorse the topic or content of speakers’ presentations or their affiliations. Sponsorship by any organization does not constitute endorsement by SWVS. CE Ticketed Events as of 4/26/2024, subject to change.

CE HR AUDIENCE SPONSOR

MAX ATT

CE TOUR

SPEAKER

DAY

TIME

FEE

magnifico

All registered professional attendees, no guests

W.Johnson B. Yanez

Fort Worth Zoo Hospital Tour

Fri, Sept. 27

8:00 AM - 12:30 PM $100 55 1.5

CE HR AUDIENCE

MAX ATT

MASTER CLASSES

SPEAKER(S)

DAY

TIME

FEE

Maximizing Laboratory Diagnostics: Clinical Case Challenge

H. Brown

Fri, Sept. 27 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM $75 30 4 DVMs

Updates on Diabetes (SGLT2 inhibitors) and Incorporating Flash Glucose Monitors

C. Patterson

Sat, Sept. 28 8:00 AM -12:00 PM $75 30 4 DVMs

Veterinary Technicians/ Assistants

Calming Your Inner Chihuahua: Healing Yourself and Your Team

K. Belyea

Sat, Sept. 28 1:30 PM - 5:30 PM $75 30 4

NOTE: Master Classes are taught in the computer skills classroom at individual computer stations.

CE HR AUDIENCE SPONSOR(S)

MAX ATT

INTERACTIVE LABS

SPEAKER(S)

DAY

TIME

FEE

J. Heinz M. Hervey P. Plummer K. Yagi

DVM $420 Tech $360 DVM $100 Tech $50

DVMs and Veterinary Technicians

Bb + Pi

Veterinary CPR Certification/RECOVER Rescuer Basic and Advanced Life Support Lab*

Thurs, Sept. 26 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

40 6

DVMs and Veterinary Technicians

VOI Extracapsular CrCL and MPL Workshop*

D. Hulse

Thurs, Sept. 26 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

24 5.5

Technician Catheter Lab: Urinary and Advanced Intravenous*

K. Foltz P. Plummer

Fri, Sept. 27 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM $175 20 4 Technicians Only

FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER Bordetella bronchiseptica (Bb) and parainfluenza virus (Pi) are together in 1 oral vaccine. The proprietary formulation and patented Immuno-Mist-R™ technology makes this revolutionary combination possible. Administer toward the back of the mouth for comfortable, “can’t-miss” mucosal coverage.

For illustration purposes only. Refer to product insert for complete administration instructions.

J. Griffin A. Voges

Canine Abdominal Ultrasound Morning Lab

Fri, Sept. 27 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM $375 24 4

DVMs

J. Griffin A. Voges

Canine Abdominal Ultrasound Afternoon Lab

Fri, Sept. 27 1:30 PM - 5:30 PM $375 24 4

DVMs

Veterinary Technicians and Assistants DVMs, TECHs, and Assistants DVMs, TECHs, and Assistants Veterinary Technicians and Assistants

P. March L. Harris

Dental Prophylaxis & Nerve Blocks for Dentistry*

Fri, Sept. 27 1:30 PM - 5:30 PM $150 20 4

Trouble-shooting Anesthesia Machines & Monitors*

L. Ebner

Sat, Sept. 28 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM $200 16 2

Implementing Pain Scales, CRI calculations & Syringe* Pump Basics Stitch It Up Buttercup: A Guide for Basic Procedural Suturing*

L. Ebner

Sat, Sept. 28 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM $200 16 2

M. Harrison A. Rafferty

Sat, Sept. 28 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM $150 16 4

How to Extract Strategic Teeth in Canine Patients - Dental Morning Lab

J. Johnson H. Lobprise

SEE HOW EASY IT IS!

Sat, Sept. 28 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM $375 16 4

DVMs

How to Extract Strategic Teeth in Canine Patients - Dental Afternoon Lab

J. Johnson H. Lobprise

Sat, Sept. 28 1:30 PM - 5:30 PM $375 16 4

DVMs

Talk to your Merck Animal Health sales representative to place your order of Nobivac ® Intra-Trac ® Oral BbPi. Technical Services: 1-800-224-5318 (Monday–Friday, 9:00AM-7:00PM EST) Customer Service: 1-800-521-5767 (Monday–Friday, 9:00AM-6:00PM EST)

L. Jordan J. Rubio

Technicians Only

Unlock Your Knowledge: Anesthesia Machines*

Sat, Sept. 28 1:30 PM - 5:30 PM $150 20 4

*This session qualifies to meet CE requirements for Veterinary Technician Specialist (VTS) of applicable categories.

CE HR AUDIENCE SPONSOR

MAX ATT

FOOD ANIMAL

SPEAKER

DAY

TIME

FEE

Food Animal Dinner and Lectures, “Why Cattle Respiratory Vaccines Don’t Work!”

RSVP Only

Fri, Sept. 27

6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

40 2

DVM’s

Copyright © 2023 Merck & Co., Inc., Rahway, NJ, USA and its affiliates. All rights reserved. US-NOV-230900007 808901

Protection unites us.

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LECTURE SCHEDULE

MORNING BREAK FRI/SAT 9:50 - 10:30 AM

LUNCH BREAK FRI/SAT 12:20 - 2:00 PM

AFTERNOON BREAK FRI/SAT 3:50 - 4:30 PM

CE descriptions are available online at www.swvs.org/2024/ce-schedule. Check the website and on-site guide, as presentation times and days occasionally change due to unavoidable circumstances. SWVS is not responsible for and does not endorse the topic or content of speakers’ presentations or their affiliations. Sponsorship by any organization does not constitute endorsement by SWVS. CE Lecture Schedule as of 4/26/2024, subject to change.

CE HOURS/ SPONSOR(S)

DAY

TIME

GENERAL SESSION TRACK

SPEAKER(S)

D. Shuey D. Baynes B. Bourquin M. Brunetti

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Special Film Preview for SWVS Attendees - ‘The Dog’ starring Kate Walsh. Panel discussion, Q&A to follow

Thurs, Sept. 26 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM

CE HOURS/ SPONSOR(S)

DAY

TIME

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT/WELLNESS

SPEAKER(S)

Presented by

Disability Under the Microscope; Prioritizing Debt: Student Loans & Efficiencies on Payoff Strategies Vibin' and Thrivin': Your Clinic Culture – Part 1; Vibin' and Thrivin': Your Clinic Culture – Part 2; Managers are People Too: Resilience Skills for the Leader; Coach's Corner

R. Bart C. Tanjuaquio

Thurs, Sept. 26 5:00 PM - 6:50 PM

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Fri, Sept. 27

8:00 AM - 12:20 PM

A. Davison

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Fri, Sept. 27

2:00 PM - 3:50 PM Tender Conversations - Breaking Bad News; Difficult End-of-Life Conversations

S. Robertson

Fri, Sept. 27

3:45 PM - 4:15 PM Meditation

Indra’s Grace

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Fatigued vet Claire grapples with the pressures of the shift. As her emotional state wanes, she is introduced to a dog with an unsettling request, pushing Claire to face both ethical dilemmas and her mental health struggle. Date: September 26th, 2024 | Time: 2:30- 3:30 PM | Location: Ballroom B

Fri, Sept. 27

4:30 PM - 5:20 PM Desk Fit/Mindfulness

Indra’s Grace

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Accountability Isn’t a Four-Letter Word: It Empowers Your Team for Success and Wellbeing; Just Say It! How To Give and Receive Feedback that Creates Change; What if I’m Not a Good Doctor? Ten Liberating Realities I Wish I Knew 25 Years Ago; Putting the Power Into Empowerment: Five Simple Acts That Build Others Up and Reduce Your Stress

Sat, Sept. 28

8:00 AM - 12:20 PM

K. Cooper

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Sat, Sept. 28 11:30 AM - 12:15 PM Meditation

Indra’s Grace

0

Sat, Sept. 28

12:45 PM - 1:45 PM Yoga

Indra’s Grace

0

Special Film Preview for SWVS Attendees Join us for a moving cinematic journey that delves into the uncomfortable truth about veterinary medicine - the acute mental health crisis.

Sat, Sept. 28

2:00 PM - 2:50 PM Desk Fit/Mindfulness

Indra’s Grace

0

Sat, Sept. 28

2:00 PM - 3:50 PM Personal/Professional Branding - Part 1; Personal/Professional Branding - Part 2

S. Pursell

2

Sat, Sept. 28

4:30 PM - 5:20 PM From Pen to Publication: One Author's Journey

C. Roth

1

Sun, Sept. 29

8:00 AM - 8:50 AM From Pen to Publication: One Author's Journey

C. Roth

1

Retiring When You Want, or If You Want: Deciding the Inevitable; Planning for Yourself: The Impact of Private & Personal Planning

R. Bart C. Tanjuaquio

Sun, Sept. 29 9:00 AM - 10:50 AM

2

CE HOURS/ SPONSOR(S)

DAY

TIME

MULTI-TRACK/CROSS SPECIES

SPEAKER(S)

Disaster Preparedness for Veterinarians and Technicians - Understanding ICS and Organized Response; Disaster Response for Vets and Techs: Understanding Risk, and Preparing Yourself and Your Practice for the Unthinkable; Disaster Response: Triage, Field Medicine and Working in a Disaster Environment; Disaster Response: Self Care and Critical Incident Stress and the Importance of Medical Records and Data Management in All of This

Danielle Baynes previously released another short film, Comments, that won several awards including the Audience Award at Freshflix Film Festival 2022. Her work intentionally seeks to bring large scale awareness to issues faced in society today.

Thurs, Sept. 26 5:00 PM - 8:50 PM

D. Zoran

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C. Patterson A. Savarino

Fri, Sept. 27

8:00 AM - 9:50 AM Veterinary Opioids: Texas Board Rules & Federal Laws Concerning Controlled Substances

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2

Module 5: Vesicular Diseases; Module 9: Interstate and International Health Certificates for Category I Animals

Fri, Sept. 27

10:30 AM - 12:20 PM

A. Apgar-Arpin

Following the screening, we will have a thought-provoking panel discussion featuring:

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Module 10: Personal Protective Equipment for Veterinarians; Module 18: Avian Influenza (AI) and Newcastle Disease (ND); Module 34: Veterinary Export Health Certificate System

Fri, Sept. 27

2:00 PM - 5:20 PM

A. Apgar-Arpin

• Danielle Baynes – The Dog writer, director, producer • Dr. Brian Bourquin, DVM, President, Not One More Vet, Practicing vet • Dave Shuey, LMSW, DMA, Veterinary Social Worker - IndeVets • Dr. Marisa Brunetti, VMD, Chief Veterinary Officer - IndeVets

CE HOURS/ SPONSOR(S)

DAY

TIME

COMPANION ANIMAL

SPEAKER(S)

4

Integrating Integrative Medicine for the Busy Practitioner; Acupuncture for Veterinary Patients - Why Are We Saving This for Last?; Small Animal Physical Rehabilitation - Yes, You Can!; The 411 on Small Animal Supplements and CBD Updates Why is this Dog (or Cat) in Respiratory Distress? Radiographic Interpretation of Thoracic Changes in Small Animals - Part 1; Help: My Dog Still Can’t Breathe! Part II of Why is this Dog (or Cat) in Respiratory Distress? Radiographic Interpretation of Thoracic Changes in Small Animals A Simple and Systematic Approach to Interpretation of Radiographs in Vomiting Animals, Part 1, 2 Feline Elimination Disorders; I Know It’s Normal, But How Do I Make it Stop? Normal, But Nuisance Behaviors in Cats; Integrated Care: Feline Psychopharmacology, Nutrition, & Supplements; Can’t We All Just Get Along? Living and Loving Life with Multiple Cats Scrape, Tape, Pluck, and Beyond: Diagnostic Methods in Veterinary Dermatology; What is Making This Dog Itchy?; Cytopoint, Apoquel, and Atopica, Oh My! How Do We Decide Which Systemic Drugs to Use?; These are a Few of my Favorite Things: the Cutaneous Barrier and Topical Therapy for Allergies

Thurs, Sept. 26 5:00 PM - 8:50 PM

L. Ebner

Attendees can expect to take away:

A. Voges J. Griffin

Thurs, Sept. 26 5:00 PM - 8:50 PM

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• Appreciation of the link between euthanasia and veterinary suicide • That suicidal thoughts are only dangerous when they are unmentionable • That death is not the only answer to suffering • That relationships make the difference

Thurs, Sept. 26 5:00 PM - 8:50 PM

M. Herron

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In addition, attendees will be given information about how they can arrange their own screenings of the film and share this resource with their professional communities.

Thurs, Sept. 26 5:00 PM - 8:50 PM

M. Mesman

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