Sun N Fun Veterinary Conference

From the Leading provider of Continuing Education for Veterinarians

 

What's New:

August 18, 2014

Simmons St. Simons

Seaside Seminar

September 5-7, 2014

Our Early Registration Discount has been extended to September 1, so register now!

The Schedule and Speakers for this conference have been updated, so take a look!

Photos of the beautiful The King & Prince Beach & Golf Resort have been posted to the site!

Simmons Seafood Soirée will be held, Saturday Evening, September 6, 2014 – 6- 9 pm. It's an Authentic Fish Fry, Shrimp Boil & Oyster Roast ----- Island Style A seafood feast will be the fare!

Online Registration and Downloadable Forms now available.

Hotel Information is now posted on the site, so make your reservations!  We've also added a list of Activities on St. Simon's Island and Surrounding Areas, as well as more information about this wonderful resort!

Exhibitor Contract is now available, please download, fill out and mail in!


Ralph Lee's Great Smokies

Veterinary Conference

October 22-26, 2014

The Schedule and Speakers for this conference are being posted and include:

Dennis Chew, DVM, Dipl ACVIM (Internal Medicine), Professor - Emeritus

Dr. Colleen Fox, DVM

Dr. John Godbold, DVM

David Liss, Board-Certified Veterinary Technician Specialist

G. Kent Mangelson, CFP, Author, Senior Advisor

Garret Pachtinger, VMD, DACVECC

Merilee Small, DVM, Dip ACVIM

Dr. Jim Taylor, DVM, DACVS

Dr. Ronald Tyler Jr., DVM, MS

Hotel information is now posted on the site, so make your reservations!

Online Registration and Downloadable Forms Now Available


Colonial Veterinary Conference

December 3-7, 2014

The Schedule and Speakers for this conference are being posted and include:

Dr. Mark Acierno, DVM, MBA, DACVIM

Dr. Heather Brookshire, Dip ACVO

Dr. John Godbold, DVM

David Liss, Board-Certified Veterinary Technician Specialist

G. Kent Mangelson, CFP, Author, Senior Advisor

Danielle T. Russ, LVT, BS, BA, AS

Dr. Jim Taylor, DVM, DACVS

Dr. Ronald Tyler Jr., DVM, MS

Hotel information is now posted on the site, so make your reservations!

Online Registration and Downloadable Forms Now Available


The applications, brochures and day meetings have been posted for the North Carolina Companion Animal Academy and the Virginia Academy of Small Animal Medicine.

NCCAA: 2014 Application | 2014 Brochure

Next Meeting: September 3, 2014 - Dr. Beth Strickler, MS, DVM at the Holiday Inn Greensboro Airport in Greensboro, NC

VASAM: 2014 Application | 2014 Brochure

Next Meeting: September 4, 2014 - Dr. Beth Strickler, MS, DVM at the Holiday Inn Golf & Conference Center in Staunton, VA

Agape Pet Services

Lunch at the Richmond, VA meeting is sponsored by Agape Pet Services.


Exhibitor Contracts are now available for all 2014 conferences!


Our 30th Anniversary Providing Continuing Education

Now in our 30th year, we want to thank all the speakers, veterinarians, attendees, and companies that make our conferences the most educational and family friendly!

MANY, MANY Photos in our Photo Gallery

We've added a BUNCH of photos from our 2013 Conferences including First Flight and Sun N Fun, thanks to Cindy Drury!  Go to our Photo Gallery and select # 5, 6, 7, 8, 9  & 10


We Proudly Support Our Troops

Thanks to Our Annual Sponsors

Idexx Laboratories

Idexx Laboratories

Companion Laser Therapy

Companion Laser Therapy

BWCi Animal Hospital Management System

BWCi Animal Hospital Management System

Our sponsors help to make our conferences the most educational and enjoyable veterinary conferences you can attend.

NCCAA

North Carolina Companion Animal Academy

The NCAA Day Meetings Schedule for 2014 is now posted, and the 2014 Membership Form is now available for download.  The Brochure for NCCAA is also available. Please check back often to see what's new!  Click here to see the Day Meetings Schedule and to download the Membership Form.


VASAM

Virginia Academy of Small Animal Medicine

The VASAM Day Meetings Schedule for 2014 is now posted, and the 2014 Membership Form is now available  The Brochure for VASAM is also available.  Please check back often to see what's new!  Click here to see the Day Meetings Schedule and to download the Membership Form.

 

Each conference provides at least 20 hours of continuing education

Conference Program Hotel Information Exhibitors Family Activities Area Information

 

 Sun N Fun Veterinary Conference

 

June 11 - 15, 2014

"A True Family Oriented Veterinary Experience" on the beach in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina"

Sun N Fun Veterinary Conference

 

Scheduled Speakers

  • Jen Davis, DVM, PhD - Large Animal

  • Ed Eisner, DVM, DAVDC - Dentistry

  • John Godbold, DVM - Sponsored by Companion Therapy Laser

  • Ronald J. Riegel, DVM - Sponsored by Companion Therapy Laser

  • Dr. Sonya Gordon - Cardiology

  • Wendy S. Myers - Practice Management Program

  • Philip J. Seibert, Jr., CVT - Technician Program

  • Jennifer Wardlaw, DVM - Cruciate Repair sponsored by Nutramax

  • Mike Willard, DVM - Internal Medicine

The Conference has now begun, and you can still register on-site!

Reservations can be made by calling Springmaid Beach Resort at 1-800-770-6895, mention reservation code 105041 or Sun N Fun Veterinary Conference.

 

 

SPECIAL ACTIVITIES

 

   
SUN N FUN at Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament- Enjoy the ALL NEW SHOW!
Click here or on the banner above to see this great offer!

Family Night on Friday at Medieval Times!  Tickets are all inclusive (taxes, etc) $40 for adults Child under 12 $29 Child 3 and under is free.


Beachside Bash on June 14, includes dinner & entertainment


SUN N FUN at Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament

Enjoy the ALL NEW SHOW!


Sun N Fun Ice Cream Social

Saturday, June 15 during the afternoon break in the Exhibit Hall - A selection of Breyer Chocolate Vanilla or Strawberry ice creams with freshly cut fruit and Sparkles and an assortment of sauces and hot fudge.

Sponsored by Abaxis, American Veterinary Pathology, Blue Ridge X-Ray, BWCi Animal Hospital Management System, Companion Laser, Hotdog Patient Warming, Nutramax Labs, Roadrunner Pharmacy, Simmons & Associates, The Natural Vet Companies


 

Sun N Fun Veterinary Conference

 

June 11 - 15, 2014

The Conference has now begun, and you can still register on-site!

Veterinarians $350

Technician, Receptionists, Support Staff $150

NCCAA Veterinarian Member $175

NCCAA Technician/Support Staff Member $100


Springmaid Beach Resort, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Schedule

Wednesday, June 11, 2014 ; 2:00 to 6:00 p.m. (3 hours, 15 minutes)

 Exhibit Hall Set up: 10 am

 

Time Cardiology Cruciate Repair sponsored by Nutramax
2:00-3:15 p.m. Dr. Sonya Gordon
Feline Heart Murmurs: Clinically Significant or Just Noise
Dr. Jennifer Wardlaw
Preparing for a better surgical outcome - Lowering your infection rate
3:15-3:45 p.m. Break Break
3:45-4:45 p.m. Dr. Sonya Gordon
Asymptomatic Cardiomyopathies in Cats: As Easy as ABCD
Dr. Jennifer Wardlaw
Feline surgical considerations and conditions
4:45-5:00 p.m. Break Break
5:00-6:00 p.m. Dr. Sonya Gordon
Feline Heart Failure: A Treatment Update
Dr. Jennifer Wardlaw
Topical treatments for difficult wounds

 

Thursday, June 12, 2014 ; 8:30 am-3:30 p.m. (5 hours, 45 minutes including lunch)

Registration 8am ∙ Continental Breakfast 8am
Exhibit Hall Hours: 8am-4pm, 6 - 7 pm Welcome Reception

 

Time Cardiology Internal Medicine Technicians Practice Management Sponsored by IDEXX Regenerative Medicine Sponsored by American Institute of Medical Laser Applications (AIMLA) Large Animal
8:30-9:30 a.m. Dr. Sonya Gordon
Cardaic Drugs: Which, What, When and Why?
Dr. Mike Willard
Esophageal diseases: Much more than just megaesophagus
Phil Seibert, RVT
Are you REALLY a Professional
Wendy S. Myers
Best practices: Exam communication
Ronald J. Riegel, DVM
Regenerative Medicine:  A Change in the Veterinary Practice Paradigm.
Jen Davis, DVM, PhD
An Update on Antimicrobial Drugs in Horses
9:30-10:00 a.m. Break Break Break Break Break Break
10:30-11:30 a.m. Dr. Sonya Gordon
Tracking the progression of heart disease: We can make a difference?
Dr. Mike Willard
Esophageal diseases, Part 2
Phil Seibert, RVT
Too Many Tasks, Not Enough Time
Wendy S. Myers
Best practices: senior care programs
Ronald J. Riegel, DVM
Regenerative Medicine:  A Change in the Veterinary Practice Paradigm (cont'd)
Jen Davis, DVM, PhD
NSAIDs: Uses and Adverse Effects
11:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Lunch Break - Lunch on your own
1:00-2:15 p.m. Dr. Sonya Gordon
Canine heart failure treatment dilemmas: an interactive case series
Dr. Mike Willard
Hematemesis/GI blood loss
Phil Seibert, RVT
Safety Issues for the Veterinary Hospital Staff
Wendy S. Myers
Creating the client experience for dentistry
Ronald J. Riegel, DVM
How does laser therapy alleviate pain, modulate inflammation and accelerate the healing process.
Jen Davis, DVM, PhD
Corticosteroids: uses and Advers Effects
2:15:2:30 p.m. Break Break Break Break Break Break
2:30-3:30 p.m. Dr. Sonya Gordon
More Canine heart failure treatment dilemmas: an interactive case series
Dr. Mike Willard
Chronic vomiting
Phil Seibert, RVT
Safety issues for the Veterinary Hospital Staff (cont'd)
Wendy S. Myers
Delivering life stage preventive care
Ronald J. Riegel, DVM
Laser Therapy Applications in Equine Practice
Jen Davis, DVM, PhD
Alternative Anti-inflammatory and Analgesic Medications
6:00-7:00 p.m.

Exhibit Hall - Welcome Reception

 

 

Friday, June 13, 2014; 8:30 am-3:30 p.m. (5 hours, 15 minutes)

Registration open: 8am

Exhibit Hall Hours: 8-4pm

 

Time Internal medicine   Technicians Practice management Sponsored by IDEXX Sponsored by Companion Therapy Laser Large Animal
8:30-10:00 a.m. Dr. Mike Willard
Canine pancreatitis – the text books do not tell it like it is
  Phil Seibert, RVT
Staffing & Scheduling secrets
Wendy S. Myers
How to keep doctors on time
Dr. John Godbold
Class IV Laser Therapy – The Science
- Understanding the Technology
- Class IV Laser Therapy Safety
- How We Know How to Treat
Jen Davis, DVM, PhD
Diagnosis & Treatment of Endocrine Diseases
10:00-10:30 a.m. Break   Break Break Break Break
10:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Dr. Mike Willard
Chronic small bowel diarrhea – IBD is NOT the most common cause
  Phil Seibert, RVT
Pharmacy regulations Technicians MUST Know
Wendy S. Myers
New ways to communicate with clients
Dr. John Godbold
Class IV Laser Therapy – The Results
- Every Day Applications
Jen Davis, DVM, PhD
Diagnosis & Treatment of Muscle Diseases
12:00-1:00 p.m. Lunch in exhibit hall
1:00-2:15 p.m. Dr. Mike Willard
PLE – low albumin is not always a terrible sign
  Phil Seibert, RVT
Pharmacy Regulations Technicians MUST know (cont'd)
Wendy S. Myers
Rejuvenating client service to keep clients coming back
Dr. John Godbold
Class IV Laser Therapy - The Results (Continued) & Economics
- Every Day Applications – Continued
- Economics – Where are the $?
Jen Davis, DVM, PhD
Diagnosis & Treatment of Neurologic Diseases
2:15:2:30 p.m. Break   Break Break Break Break
2:30-3:30 p.m. Dr. Mike Willard
Chronic large bowel diarrheas
  Phil Seibert, RVT
Pharmacy Regulations Technicians MUST know (cont'd)
Wendy S. Myers
Get your overdue patients back
Dr. John Godbold
Class IV Laser Therapy – Interactive Demo, Hands On, Q & A
Jen Davis, DVM, PhD
Diagnosis & Treatment of Ocular Diseases

Family Night at Medieval Times!  Tickets are all inclusive (taxes, etc) $40 for Adults, Child under 12 $29, Child 3 and under is free.

 

 

Saturday, June 14, 2014; 8:30 am-3:30 p.m. (5 hours, 15 minutes)

Registration open: 8am

Exhibit Hall Hours: 8-4pm

Fun in the Sun Family Party: 6:00 - 10:00 pm

 

Time Cruciate Repair
Sponsored by Nutramax
Veterinarian topic Technicians Practice management Sponsored by IDEXX  
8:30-10:00 a.m. Dr. Jennifer Wardlaw
Choosing the right surgical procedures
Ed Eisner, DVM, DAVDC
Current Trends in Dental Equipment
Dr. Mike Willard
Hepatic diseases – PSS is more common and more confusing than you thought
Wendy S. Myers
Be a client service superstar
 
10:00-10:30 a.m. Break Break Break Break Break
10:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Dr. Jennifer Wardlaw
-Puppies with hip dysplasia (preventative and surgical options)
-Older dogs with hip dysplasia (rehabilitation and surgery)
Ed Eisner, DVM, DAVDC
Early Periodontal Disease: Identification, Staging, Non-Surgical Treatment
Dr. Mike Willard
Hepatic diseases – you CAN make a BIG difference
Wendy S. Myers
Creating great first impressions for new clients
 
12:00-1:00 p.m. Lunch in exhibit hall
1:00-2:15 p.m. Dr. Jennifer Wardlaw
Evidence based approach to hip luxation
Ed Eisner, DVM, DAVDC
Introduction to Intra-oral Radiography & Technique
Dr. Mike Willard
Hepatobiliary tract diseases – more important than most people realize
Wendy S. Myers
Secrets to effective scheduling
 
2:15:2:30 p.m.

Sun N Fun Ice Cream Social

A selection of Breyer Chocolate Vanilla or Strawberry ice creams with freshly cut fruit and Sparkles and an assortment of sauces and hot fudge.

Sponsored by Abaxis, American Veterinary Pathology, Blue Ridge X-Ray, BWCi Animal Hospital Management System, Companion Laser, Hotdog Patient Warming, Nutramax Labs, Roadrunner Pharmacy, Simmons & Associates, The Natural Vet Companies

2:30-3:30 p.m. Dr. Jennifer Wardlaw
Surgery and genetics
Ed Eisner, DVM, DAVDC
Extractions-When to Hod'em, When to Fold'em + Instrumentation
Dr. Mike Willard
Case analysis – difficult cases made simple
Wendy S. Myers
Phone skills for veterinary teams
 
3:00 p.m.  
6:00-10:00 p.m.

Beachside Bash

 

 

Sunday, June 15, 2014, 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. (2 ½ hours)

 

Time Cruciate Repair Sponsored by Nutramax Veterinarian topic
8:30-10:00 a.m. Dr. Jennifer Wardlaw
Technicians make a good surgeon excellent -Getting started with physical rehabilitation
Ed Eisner, DVM, DAVDC
Intra-oral radiographic Interpretation
10:00-10:30 a.m. Break Break
10:30-11:30 a.m. Dr. Jennifer Wardlaw
What you can do for arthritis
 
Advanced Periodontal Disease-Surgical Treatment
     

 

Total CE hours = 22 hours

 

The Conference has now begun, and you can still register on-site!

Veterinarians $350

Technician, Receptionists, Support Staff $150

NCCAA Veterinarian Member $175

NCCAA Technician/Support Staff Member $100

 

 

Speaker Bios & Lecture Details

 

Dr. Sonya GordonDr. Sonya Gordon

Dr. Sonya Gordon graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College in Canada in 1994.  She then completed a small animal internship at the Atlantic Veterinary College in Canada and returned to the Ontario Veterinary College where she completed an advanced degree in cardiology and her cardiology residency training.  Subsequently she joined the faculty of the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Science of Texas A&M University and became board certified by the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine in the specialty of cardiology in 1999.  She has been on faculty at Texas A&M University since 1998 and is currently an Associate professor of cardiology and is proud to be a part of a busy progressive cardiology program.  Although she considers herself a clinician and teacher first her research interests are focused on canine chronic valve disease, dilated cardiomyopathy, imaging, interventional procedures and clinical trials.  She considers her home College Station TX where she shares her life with her husband, 4 dogs and 2 cats.



Wendy S. MyersWendy S. Myers

Wendy S. Myers owns Communication Solutions for Veterinarians in Denver, Colorado. Her consulting firm helps teams improve compliance, client service and hospital management. Communication Solutions for Veterinarians has provided phone-skills training to more than 3,500 veterinary teams in the United States and Canada. Wendy also is a partner in Animal Hospital Specialty Center, a 10-doctor AAHA-accredited referral practice offering internal medicine, surgery, oncology, specialty dentistry, and emergency care in Highlands Ranch, Colorado. Wendy offers monthly CE credit webinars. She is the author of five books and five videos. She has cats named Opus and Caymus. Find Communication Solutions for Veterinarians at Csvets.com, Facebook.com/csvets, YouTube.com/csvets, and Twitter @wendysmyers.



Philip J. Seibert, Jr., CVT

Philip J. Seibert, Jr., CVTPhil is a Certified Veterinary Technician with over 32 years’ experience.  He is a full-time author and consultant to the profession. 

Because he has taken the lead in "deciphering" the regulatory agency rules affecting the veterinary profession and has been able to provide practical, veterinary-specific advice Phil has earned the reputation of the veterinary profession's OSHA expert.  Recognizing the power of interactive learning, Phil is the founder and Director of the OSHA Center on the Veterinary Information Network. He regularly teaches several interactive courses on VIN and VSPN.

Phil became the first veterinary technician to evaluate and accredit veterinary hospitals for the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) because of his extensive clinical and managerial experience and skills. The experience of "inspecting" over 1200 hospitals has given him a unique perspective of our profession that he uses to provide the most practical answers to our profession’s issues.

He has contributed to several well respected professional works including McCurnin's Clinical Textbook for Veterinary Technicians, Five-Minute Veterinary Practice Management Consult and Veterinary Practice Management Secrets.  He has authored numerous books and videos for the American Animal Hospital Association on practice safety.  His self-produced books, The Complete Veterinary Practice Regulatory Compliance Manual and Safety Issues for the Veterinary Hospital Staff are in their fifth editions.

Phil is the author of many articles dealing with veterinary hospital administration which have appeared in national publications such as Journal of the AVMA, Veterinary Economics, AAHA Trends, Veterinary Forum, DVM Newsmagazine, the Veterinary Technician, Veterinary Practice STAFF and Veterinary Practice News. He is also the founder and Managing Editor of the profession's only safety-specific newsletter, The Veterinary Safety & Health Digest.

Sun N Fun for the Family at the Conference

 

As a true family oriented veterinary experience, we've organized the following activities for the whole family!


SUN N FUN Family Night at Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament

 

SUN N FUN at Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament- Enjoy the ALL NEW SHOW!

SUN N FUN at Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament- Enjoy the ALL NEW SHOW! Enjoy the ALL NEW SHOW!

Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament- AMAZING Knights out!

This SUN N FUN you’ll find even more chivalry, revelry and rivalry as we enjoy the Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament’s -Myrtle Beach Castle. North America’s longest-running dinner attraction invites you to experience the 11th century! It’s MEDIEVAL like never before -with action-packed fun, all new tournament games and a feast, fit for a king.

Medieval TimesThe Fantasy Comes Alive….. as you travel back in time to the 11th century spectacles of jousting, swordplay, horsemanship, and falconry abound; a time of Spanish castles, Knights of the Realm and feasting in a true medieval fashion-utensil-free

The NEWEST Show….raise a cheer for one of six brave Knights of the Realm! The newest production features amazing lighting, dazzling costumes, stunning choreography, exciting battle scenes, new horse dressage elements and a fresh musical score by the world renowned composer Daniel May.The Andallusian Stallions at the Sun N Fun Veterinary Conference's Family Night

The Andallusian Stallions…..While most of the royal subjects stand on their own two feet, the most celebrated members of the Kingdom are best known for their trot, gallop and canter. See these amazing animals perform with astonishing beauty and grace right before your eyes.

The Feast….The four course medieval feast, fit for any king, shall be served! Veggie meals available upon request.

Are you ready to surrender to an age of bravery and honor? It’s going to be epic-SO hang on to your helmets the show is about to GET MEDIEVAL!!

 Click Here to purchase tickets for SUN N FUN at Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament- Enjoy the ALL NEW SHOW!

Medieval Times tickets are all inclusive (taxes, etc) $40 for Adults, Child under 12 $29, Child 3 and under is free.


Beachside Bash on June 14, includes dinner & entertainment


Sun N Fun Ice Cream Social

Saturday, June 14 during the afternoon break in the Exhibit Hall - A selection of Breyer Chocolate Vanilla or Strawberry ice creams with freshly cut fruit and Sparkles and an assortment of sauces and hot fudge.

Sponsored by Abaxis, American Veterinary Pathology, Blue Ridge X-Ray, BWCi Animal Hospital Management System, Companion Laser, Hotdog Patient Warming, Nutramax Labs, Roadrunner Pharmacy, Simmons & Associates, The Natural Vet Companies

 

Exhibitors At The Conference

 

Please visit these Exhibitors at the Conference to see the latest and best products and services for your veterinary practice:

  • Idexx Laboratories

  • JPI Healthcare Solutions

  • K-Laser USA

  • MDS Incorporated

  • Nutramax Laboratories, Inc

  • Pet Health Pharmacy

  • PKB Animal Health

  • Roadrunner Pharmac

  • Simmons Southeast

  • Southeast Medical Books

  • Suburban Surgical

  • Ti-Ba Enterprises

  • Vet Assured Company

  • Veterinary Consultation Services & Get U Social

  • Wedgewood Pharmacy

  • Wiley

2014 Sun N Fun Veterinary Conference Exhibitor Contract

Sun N Fun Exhibit Hall Floorplan

 

The Conference has now begun, and you can still register on-site!

Veterinarians $350

Technician, Receptionists, Support Staff $150

NCCAA Veterinarian Member $175

NCCAA Technician/Support Staff Member $100

 

Conference Hotel Information

 

Springmaid Beach Resort

Your Oasis Amidst All the Attraction ...

 Spread across 27 lush acres on the quieter south end of Myrtle Beach’s Ocean Boulevard, this newly remodeled oceanfront resort and conference center boasts award-winning service, six pools, two lazy rivers, activities designed for the young and young at heart alike.

Flanked by the 1,068ft. Springmaid Pier on one side, and Myrtle Beach State Park on the other, Springmaid Beach feels uniquely private while conveniently located just minutes from the excitement and attractions of Myrtle Beach. Here  you can choose to find a welcome retreat from all the hustle and bustle of the area, or indulge in the sights and sounds that make the Grand Strand famous. The best of both worlds are right at your doorstep at Springmaid Beach.

Room rates (based on a 4 night stay) of $XXX.00 (Palmetto & Live Oaks), $XXX (Cypress) guaranteed until April 30, 2014 and can be made by calling Springmaid Beach Resort at 1-800-770-6895, mention reservation code 105041 or Sun N Fun Veterinary Conference. Rates include all taxes, 2 breakfast buffet passes per day, pier and Harbor Oaks Mini Golf pass.

Live Oak Lazy River

Live Oak Lavy RIver and the Springmaid Pier


Springmaid Double Queen Accommondations

Springmaid Double Queen Accommondations


Palmetto Towers Rooms

Palmetto Towers Rooms

The Conference has now begun, and you can still register on-site!

Veterinarians $350

Technician, Receptionists, Support Staff $150

NCCAA Veterinarian Member $175

NCCAA Technician/Support Staff Member $100

 

Area Information

 

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Once you have decided on staying Springmaid Beach Resort, create unforgettable memories in this South Coast paradise, which offers:

  • 60 miles of wide, soft sandy beaches

  • Savory restaurants and family-friendly dining

  • Amusement and water parks

  • Live entertainment theaters and exciting nightlife

  • Thrilling water sports

  • The best golf courses in the south

  • Cultural activities and historic sites

  • Outlet malls, specialty boutiques, flea markets, and specialty stores

  • Freshwater, ocean and deep sea saltwater fishing

  • and so much more!

The Conference has now begun, and you can still register on-site!

Veterinarians $350

Technician, Receptionists, Support Staff $150

NCCAA Veterinarian Member $175

NCCAA Technician/Support Staff Member $100

 

Each conference provides at least 20 hours of continuing education

 

 
 
 

 

 

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