NAVC Institute -Exotic Animal Medicine
May 17-22, 2020 | Orlando, FL
32 CE credit hours (RACE approved)
This course will help you take your knowledge and skills in exotic animal medicine to the next level. Focus will be on applicable, practice-building information in commonly seen exotic animal species, including pet birds, small mammals, and reptiles. Regardless of your current skill level, you will find this one-on-one intensive learning experience with our highly knowledgeable instructors will rapidly expand your technical and medical comfort zone with special species. From our interactive classes to our hands-on workshops, this transformative professional development experience is the best way to make substantive strides in elevating your level of medicine with non-traditional pets.
At the conclusion of this course, attendees will:
· Have acquired the knowledge and skills to be confident of their handling, physical examination, and husbandry recommendations for pet birds, commonly kept small mammals, and reptiles.
· Have gained the ability and confidence in making diagnoses based on imaging, cytology, and laboratory values in a variety of non-traditional pets.
· Feel confident in offering treatment and prognostic recommendations for commonly seen abnormalities in exotic animal pets.
· Demonstrate the technical skills and knowledge necessary to offer critical care to select special species.
Who should attend?
Practitioners interested in increasing their exotic pet patient load and comfort level with the care of special species.
Veterinarians seeing exotic pets that want to improve their confidence in diagnostic and treatment recommendations in order to improve client compliance and bolster practice revenue.