The NEW Science of Feline Osteoarthritis Pain
Dr. Shereen Burton & Dr. Ron Lytle
The Brit Sports Pub & Patio
173 W Santa Clara St.
San Jose, CA
Doors open at 6:30 PM
Sponsored by Zoetis
Hosted by the Santa Clara Valley Veterinary Medical Association
April 27, 2022
Buffet service starts at 7 PM
The New Science of Feline OA Pain (1.5 CE Hrs):
REGISTRATION IS CLOSED
Nearly 40% of all cats have clinical signs of osteoarthritis, and 90% of cats over age 12 have radiographic evidence of OA. A few of the biggest hurdles in diagnosing OA in cats is getting them into the clinic for examination and having a safe and effective treatment option to control their symptoms. Explore resources to help your practice reach out to cat owners about feline arthritis, and learn about the science behind Solensia, an FDA approved monthly injectable monoclonal antibody therapy for providing long-lasting control of OA pain in cats.
You can park in the San Pedro Garage on the corner of Market and San Pedro, and the restaurant will validate.
Dinner presentation at no charge for SCVVMA members courtesy of Zoetis
Fee for non SCVVMA members = $70 per attendee
Interested in learning more before the presentation? Visit the following resources from Zoetis
Solensia for U.S. Veterinarians: https://www.solensiavetteam.com/
LiFELINE Resources to grow your feline practice and communicate with cat owners:
About the Speakers
Shereen Burton, MS, DVM graduated from Ross University, School of Veterinary Medicine in 2006. She moved to Las Vegas, NV with her husband and began working as an associate at a small animal hospital. She joined the US Army Reserves Veterinary Corps in 2009 to build her career and help give back to our community and country. In 2012, Dr. Burton began volunteering and doing relief work at The Animal Foundation, a large nonprofit open admission animal shelter. When the shelter was in need of a Chief Veterinarian, she accepted their offer to join the team full time. Wanting to expand her career, in 2018 Dr. Burton joined Zoetis as a professional services veterinarian. She has been with Zoetis for over 4 years and loves being able to provide education and support to veterinary team members throughout southern California and the Las Vegas Valley.
Ron Lytle, BVSc MRCVS, is a Regional Strategic Veterinarian for Zoetis. His territory is California, Arizona and Nevada. His role is to be the liaison for the specialty hospitals in those areas.
Ron was a 1992 graduate of San Diego State University with a BS degree in Biology. He then attended the University of Liverpool in Liverpool, England for his veterinary degree which he obtained in 1999. He worked as a mixed animal practitioner in Newport, Wales for a year before doing a year’s internship at Oklahoma State University. From there he moved to Las Vegas where he currently resides. He worked at a small animal clinic from 2001 until 2010. He was the Medical Director the last three years of his time at the clinic. In 2010, he joined Abbott Animal Health as a Veterinary Liaison. He stayed with Abbott until 2014 when it was acquired by Zoetis. He has been with Zoetis in his current role for six years.
He currently lives in Las Vegas with his wife, two daughters, two dogs, one new kitten and a Ball Python.
Doors open for registered guests, social time
Buffet Dinner service starts
SCVVMA Association meeting: Agenda
Zoetis presents The New Science of Feline OA Pain
CE certificates (1.5 hours CE credit) available at the conclusion of the evening