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Wed, Nov 08

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DoubleTree by Hilton Campbell-Pruneyard

SCVVMA CE: Pyoderma: Effective Treatment Options, sponsored by Vetoquinol

Oh, no! Another itchy, crusty critter? What to do?? Have some dinner, spend the evening with your colleagues, and be inspired to review current treatment options for patients with pyoderma.

SCVVMA CE:  Pyoderma: Effective Treatment Options, sponsored by Vetoquinol
SCVVMA CE:  Pyoderma: Effective Treatment Options, sponsored by Vetoquinol

Time & Location

Nov 08, 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM

DoubleTree by Hilton Campbell-Pruneyard , 1995 S Bascom Ave, Campbell, CA 95008, USA

Guests

About the event

Come join the SCVVMA and Vetoquinol as they sponsor a discussion about the latest and greatest treatment options for pyoderma with Jennifer Blamire, DVM.

Doors open at 6:30 pm for social happy hour, and Dr. Blamire's lecture will start around 7:20 pm.

1.5 hours CE Credits applicable to California Veterinary Medical Board License Renewal (certificates will be handed out at the end of the CE presentation).

RSVP required. Attendance is FREE to 2023 SCVVMA members (courtesy of Vetoquinol and the SCVVMA). If you are not an SCVVMA member, you will receive an email invoice for $60 per attendee to cover dinner and CE costs within 72 hours of registering to hold your seat.  

About the Speaker: Jennifer Blamire, DVM

Dr. Jennifer Blamire was born and raised in Las Vegas, Nevada and received her Bachelor's degree in Biology from the University of Nevada, Reno in 2007. She then went on to receive her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Degree from Western University in 2012. She worked as an associate veterinarian in private practice in Las Vegas for 3 years prior to moving back up to Reno, NV where she joined corporate small animal practice. There, she took on a management role and became Chief of Staff and ultimately Area Chief of Staff; managing two locations and multiple doctors. In clinical practice, Dr. Blamire was passionate about soft tissue surgery, the gastrointestinal system, health and well-being, and advocating for veterinarians.

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