Save the Date:
Nov. 19, 2013
Topic: PennHIP Method (2 CE)
Speaker: Gail K. Smith, DVM, PhD (Engineering) Location: The Schoolhouse Restaurant, 8031 Glendale Milford Rd., Camp Dennison, OH 45111
Sponsored by Commerce National Bank
TUESDAY NIGHT CE SCHEDULE:
6:15 p.m. Registration Open
6:45 p.m. Dinner Service/Business Meeting
7-9 p.m. Lecture
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or call and leave a message at 513.368.6105 to reserve a seat.
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20th Annual Canine Corps Service Dog Event
December 15, 2013,
8 am-1 pm
Registration form and Directions
This year CVMA celebrates the 20th canine corp service dog event. It has grown dramatically and we are adding specialists to provide even better service. This year Idexx is donating lab services.
CVMA Member Specialists will perform an orthopedic exam, ultrasound, dermatology, dentistry, audiology, ophthalmology, cardiology and a general physical exam. Exam results are forwarded to the client's regular veterinarian.
The event is hosted by UC Blue Ash on Dec 15 from 8am-1pm. It is open to all search and rescue, police, and bomb sniffing dogs.
If you have clients who handle police or search and rescue dogs, please have them contact Dr. Susanna Schwartz at email@example.com
or click here for registration forms.
SHARONVILLE HUMANE EDUCATION CENTER
AND ANIMAL SHELTER
11900 Conrey Road
Cincinnati, OH 45249
Paw Pals are teams of pets and their human companions that are specially trained to visit VITAS Hospice patients. The individual teams offer comfort and a welcome distraction from disease and pain. They are a bright spot in what could otherwise be a lonely, dreary day for a patient nearing the end of life. “People become more active and responsive during and after an animal visit”, says Jill Grissom, VITAS Volunteer Manager. Often, patients that barely speak, light up and reminisce about pets that they had as a child as if it was yesterday. The Paw-Pals offer unconditional love and friendship when patients need it most.