Emerald Coast Veterinary Conference

Miramar Beach, FL
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May 31 - June 4, 2023
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20+ CE Hours
Kristin Scott
DVM, DAVDC
Veterinary Dental Clinic of North Carolina
Small Animal
Dentistry​

Have Clients Say “yes” to Dentistry

Introduction to Dental Radiographs

What is That Pointy Thing? Dental Instrument ID and Usage

Basic & Advanced Dental Extractions & Complications

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Robert O. Schick
DVM, DACVD
Fur Kids Allergy & Dermatology
Small Animal
Dermatology

Have Clients Say “yes” to Dentistry

Introduction to Dental Radiographs

What is That Pointy Thing? Dental Instrument ID and Usage

Basic & Advanced Dental Extractions & Complications

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Michael Schaer
DVM, DACVIM, DACVECC
University of Florida CVM​
Small Animal
Gerontology

Case Based Presentations: The Essentials of Managing Pancreatitis and Acute Cholecystitis/Cholangiochepatitis in the Geriatric Dog and Cat

Acute Pancreatitis

Emergency Management of the Patient With Heatstroke

Applied Principles of Fluid Therapy

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Patricia Brunton Scharko
DVM, MPH, DACVPM
Clemson University College of Agriculture, Forestry & Life Sciences
Small Ruminants
Goats & Sheep

Let’s Talk Small Ruminant Parasite Control

Small Ruminant Health Basics (Goats and Sheep)

Protecting the Herd or Flock

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Reid Hanson
DVM, DACVS, DACVECC
Auburn University CVM​
Equine
Emergency & Critical Care

Burn Injuries in the Horse

Emergency Care and Stabilization of Fractures in the Field

Rectal tears: Diagnosis and Current Methods of Treatment

Post Castration Evisceration and Hemorrhage

Reproductive Emergencies in the Mare

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Schwanda Flowers
Pharm.D
First Financial Bank
Practice Management

Pathway to Ownership and Writing a Successful Business Plan

Understanding Key Performance Indicators and the Story Behind the Financials

Understanding the Loan Process and the Do’s and Don’ts of Ownership

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Schwanda Flowers
Pharm.D
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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