May 28, 2013:
Topic: ”Tis the Season… To Be Itchy:
Causes and Treatment of Pruritis”
Speaker: Paul Bloom, DVM, DIPL ACVD, DIPL ABVP
11975 North West Blvd.
Springdale, OH 45246
Save the Date:
Sept. 24, 2013
Topic: Zoonotic Diseases
Speaker: George Moore, DVM, MS, PhD
Location: Newport Aquarium
Sponsored by Zoetis
Nov. 3, 2013
FALL SHORT COURSE AT
GREAT AMERICAN BALLPARK
Speakers: David Biller, DVM, DACVR
Further information available by June 2013!
6:15 p.m. Registration Open
6:45 p.m. Dinner Service/Business Meeting
7-9 p.m. Lecture
Join your CVMA colleagues and get a little Cajun while getting the chance to hear an award winning speaker.
Attendance for CVMA members at these events, including the selected dinner menu, is included in your annual member dues. Members are strongly encouraged to reserve a seat prior to the event. Email Holly Molony at email@example.com or call and leave a message at 513.368.6105 to reserve a seat.
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