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Regional Meetings and CE
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LUNCH AND LEARN FOR TECHNICIANS

CSAH LOGO

Wednesday October 18th 2:00pm-3:30pm

Introduction to Canine Rehabilitation-

The Technician's Role

 Learn the many benefits of Canine Rehabilitation and how you can educate your clients on what other services are available to help improve mobility, decrease pain, and improve overall health and fitness.


Space is limited, please register by October 16th

More Details and register here



Speaker Biography 


Deana J Cappucci- Lorentz, BS, LVT, CCRA, CCMT

VTS (Physical Rehabilitation) OC

Coral Springs Animal Hospital Rehabilitation Department

Academy of Physical Rehabilitation Veterinary Technicians 

Deana is a Licensed Veterinary Technician and she is certified in Canine Rehabilitation Therapy and Canine Massage Therapy. Deana also just recently received her Veterinary Technician Specialty in Physical Rehabilitation through the Academy of Physical Rehabilitation Veterinary Technicians. Deana has exceptional client communication skills as well as patient care and she looks forward to working with every patient.


Presented By:  Deana J Cappucci- Lorentz, BS, LVT, CCRA, CCMT VTS (Physical Rehabilitation) OC

Coral Springs Animal Hospital Rehabilitation Department

Academy of Physical Rehabilitation Veterinary Technicians

In honor of National Veterinary Technician Week, Coral Springs Animal Hospital would like to invite our Referring Veterinarian's Technicians to attend this Lunch & Learn.

This event is for Veterinary Technicians, Veterinary Nurses, & Veterinary Assistants however, Veterinarians are also welcome to attend if they would like. All attendees will receive one hour of CE credit (pending final approval from State Board).

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Join us Saturday October 21st, 2017
for a full day of cutting edge
veterinary technician continuing education
2015 SW 16th Avenue
Gainesville, FL 32608
vetmed.ufl.edu
UF Veterinary Technician Continuing Education Program


Sponsored by the UF College of Veterinary Medicine

Details and Registration here
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Animal Health Veterinary Technician (Unpaid)

The Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens is hosting an internship program for

veterinarytechnicians or senior students enrolled and in good standing at an AVMA accreditedveterinary technology program that are interested in pursuing a career in the zoo andwildlife field. The veterinary technician internship will provide extensive hands-on training,from a highly respected veterinary team, on a wide variety of exotic species.

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You...yes you...can contribute to the next newsletter

the details are right here

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Online CE Opportunity

Morris Animal Foundation and the National Association of Veterinary 

Technicians in America (NAVTA) Present:
“Veterinary Technician's Guide: 
Understanding the Golden Retriever Lifetime Study”

Click here for link

Presented by:
Kelly Diehl, DVM, MS, Dipl. ACVIM (SAIM)
Study Specialist, Morris Animal Foundation

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Monthly Member meetings are held online at the

VSPN meeting room at 8:00pm on the last Thursday of the month  

Email reminders are sent to all active members
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Pawparrazzi

Dragon

is a 4 yr old guinea pig that joined our family when the person who originally owned him discovered her child was horribly allergic. He let's my son carry him all over and even likes to take weekend trips with us. Dragon loves attention and doesn't like to share his pettings with the dog. If we stop petting him, to pet the dog, he will reach over and nip at the dog until we go back to petting him. Don't worry, the dog figured it out and nudges his way between our hand and Dragon.

Dragon does get curious which resulted in his getting stuck in the log. He waswalking around, with the log around his middle, but could not see where he
was going. My first thought was of Pooh and being stuck in Rabbit's house. Idec ided I couldn't wait for him to lose weight so I freed him. He has never crawled through that opening again.
Submitted by: Sharyn Garrigan-Niskala






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