San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Hill’s Pet Nutrition and Serona Animal Health warmly welcome all veterinary healthcare team members to attend a talk on veterinary dentistry
"Pro-Active and Pediatric Dental Care for Dogs and Cats"
with Fraser Hale DVM, FAVD, DipAVDC
Please plan to arrive early to enjoy choice seating and some networking with colleagues.
Agenda: 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.
As a result of this session, participants will:
- Assess normal dental development and anatomy
- Evaluate common developmental abnormalities
- Recognize, assess and address abnormalities
- Manage malocclusions
- Develop strategies for managing dental and maxillofacial trauma in young dogs and cats
- Review oral lumps and bumps in young dogs and cats
- Optimize oral health in the first year of life and set the pet up for a bright dental future
This session is pending approval for 6 hours of CE credit through the ABVMA. Certificates of participation will be emailed 10 days after the event so please ensure that we have your most direct (personal) email.
If you would like to speak to someone about this events, feel free to reach out to any of our team:
Paul Bottomley - Veterinary Account Manager (Calgary) tel.: 403-542-9850
David Figueroa - Veterinary Account Manager (Edmonton) tel.: 780.903.4690
This event will also be held in Edmonton the day prior. To register for that session, click here .
Is the registration/ticket transferrable? Absolutely. You can re-enter Eventbrite any time to modify your registration details.
Can participants update their registration information? Absolutely. Please make sure we have your most direct email. We may send event updates, a 48 hour reminder and CE certificates via email.
Will Hill's send out reminders? Yes, we will email a little reminder 48 hours before the event. Once again, registering with your direct email would be ideal (as opposed to the clinic's general email).
Is Breakfast/Lunch provided? Lunch will certainly be provided. Breakfast is not.
Is this worth CE credit? It is pending approval for 6 hours of CE credit through the ABVMA.