Emerald Coast Veterinary Conference

Miramar Beach, FL
MAY 29 - JUNE 2, 2024
20+ CE Hours
Katelyn C. Hlusko
Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine
Small Animal
Soft Tissue Surgery
  • Brachycephalic Airway Syndrome
  • Gastrointestinal Surgery
  • Surgical Management of Common Hernias

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Rachel Neto
Auburn University
Small Animal

Small Animal Ophthalmic Pathology:

  • Ocular development & anomalies
  • Neoplastic disorders
  • Inflammatory disorders (infectious & sterile)
  • Clinicopathologic correlates

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Jared Mitchell
Mitchell Animal Clinic
Acupuncture/Holistic Medicine
  • Introduction to Integrative Veterinary Medicine:
    The Best of Both Worlds
  • An Introduction to Traditional Chinese
    Veterinary Medicine
  • Getting to the Point:  An Introduction to
    Veterinary Acupuncture
  • Acupuncture for Hip Conditions
  • Treating Elevated Temperatures and Heat Stroke with Acupuncture

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Tracy A. Turner
Turner Equine Sports Medicine and Surgery
Equine Medicine
  • Fractures of the coffin and navicular bones
  • Muscle Injuries in Horses
  • Rear Hoof Imbalance as a Cause of Rear Limb
  • Back Pain: Diagnosis and Treatment
  • Regenerative Therapies: A Practitioner’s Approach

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Mike Panter
Southern Financial
Business of Vet Med

The Business of Veterinary Medicine

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Selena Lane
Lane Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Consulting, PLLC
Critical Care
  • Transfusion Medicine in Dogs and Cats; Pick Your Poison – Decontamination in Small Animal Toxicities
  • Don’t Panic, Just Breathe – Stabilizing Patients in Respiratory Distress; My Achy-Breaky Heart – Acute Management of Congestive Heart Failure
  • ECG Basics and Common Arrhythmias in Dogs and Cats

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Schwanda Flowers
Practice Management
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Medicating Dogs with Behavior Problems—A simple framework for complicated conditions

Becoming familiar with just a few key medications, understanding how to titrate doses properly, and learning how to educate owners on what to expect will go a long way in providing relief to both pets and their families.

Canine Separation Anxiety 911—Strategies to provide immediate relief and long-term management

This session will focus on how the general practitioner can provide immediate help in these urgent situations as well as guide clients in long-term management of this chronic condition.

Aggression in Dogs: Risk Assessment

 An appropriate risk assessment can help clients make important and often very difficult decisions regarding whether a dog can safely remain in their home.

Behaviors Associated with Different Life Stages of the Dog

The behavioral strategies clients implement during various life stages can affect their dog’s quality of life not only at that moment in time, but also for years to come.

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