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 Export to Your Calendar 9/12/2019
When: 7:00 PM
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Oregon Zoo
4001 SW Canyon Ln
Portland, Oregon  97221
United States
Contact: Cristina Keef
503-228-7387


Online registration is available until: 9/6/2019
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The Impact of Heartworm on Historically Non-Endemic Areas and How to Respond to New Information and Strategies on Treatment and Prevention

Dr. Grant will dissect the trends in heartworm prevalence and incidence of heartworm disease nationwide and locally in the Portland Metro area looking at trends and current data up to the month prior to the meeting.  The lecture sparks discussion on updated information from CAPC and the American Heartworm Society on treatment and prevention of heartworm disease and additionally, the topic of resistant strains of heartworm and the risk these strains pose to us in Portland. Additionally covered will be ways that we can update our discussion to pet owners to achieve higher compliance of heartworm and intestinal parasite prevention.

 

 

Dr. Nora Grant, Veterinary Services Manager

Ceva Animal Health

 

Dr. Grant  graduated from Auburn University with a DVM, worked as an associate in mixed practices in Colorado and northeast Texas, in small animal general practice, and as both relief and emergency veterinarian in Alabama.  For the next 20 years she started, owned and managed a feline exclusive practice. Her next venture was in industry for 5 years with Bayer Animal Health and in her current employment with Ceva Animal Health as Veterinary Services Manager for last 7 years.

 

Dr. Grant is past president of the Emergency Animal Clinic of Birmingham, with membership in AAFP serving on the Cat Friendly Task Force Advisory Council, American Heartworm Society, and AVMA. She is a guest lecturer at  both Tuskegee  and Auburn CVMs. She received the Ceva President’s Award for Veterinary Service Manager of the Year in 2015.

 

Her areas of interest are communication, Fear Free and ecto-parasites of small animals especially current challenges with heartworm preventive strategies.

 

Sponsored by CEVA

 

 

6:30 pm:Social Reception

7:00 pm: Dinner
7:15 pm: Meeting
7:30 pm: Presentation

Cost: (can be paid at the door by cash/check)
Member Veterinarians‐ no charge
Non‐member Veterinarians‐ $35
OVTAA/VTA Members‐ no charge
Veterinary Team Members‐ $10

 

1.5 CE Credits

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