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Veterinary Lecture Series 2019

February 12
Special Lecture Schedule 1:30-9pm
This series of lectures will cover the following topical issues in veterinary medicine:

Sarah Boston, DVM, DVSc, Diplomate ACVS, ACVS Founding Fellow of Surgical Oncology
Surgical Oncology Cases – Don’t Give Up on Them!
This will be a case-based discussion of surgical oncology cases that will go over some of the principles of surgical oncology and the decision-making that can go into case management. Some of the cases that seem like they have no hope can have surprising outcomes! This presentation is intended to stimulate discussion about how to make decisions about big surgeries in older patients with neoplasia.

Travis Strong, DVM
Ocular Emergencies
Ophthalmic disease is a common presentation for both routine and emergent veterinary visits. While many ophthalmic conditions are manageable on a non-emergent basis, some are indeed true emergencies if there is a chance to save vision and/or the globe itself. The intent of this presentation will be to provide an overview of the ophthalmic examination that can be performed by the non-specialist, as well as to discuss some of the most common ocular emergencies, including acute glaucoma, anterior lens luxation, ocular proptosis, acute blindness, and descemetocele/corneal perforation.

VCA 404 Veterinary Emergency & Referral Hospital

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March 5
Practical Oncology Tips
Sue Ettinger, DVM, DACVIM (Oncology)
Dr Sue Cancer Vet PLLC and The Veterinary Cancer Center

Got cancer questions? Whether it is skin masses and cytology, common tumors you deal with every day in practice, or your FAQ about chemotherapy, Dr Sue will cover it all (well most of it)! Dr Sue’s talks will provide practical tips and tricks you can use tomorrow when you go back to work. We all hate cancer but come learn how managing these cases can be better for your patients, clients, and you.

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April 9
Dentistry Practices
Judy Rochette, DVM, FVD, Diplomate AVDC
West Coast Veterinary Dental Services

Most oral pathology is related to periodontal disease.  Recognizing that disease is present (radiology, periodontal indices) and treatment options (basic and advanced periodontal surgery, extractions) will be discussed.  Oral masses, benign and not so benign, and their treatment options will also be reviewed.

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May 14
Infectious Diseases

Scott Weese, DVM, DVSc, Diplomate ACVIM

Ontario Veterinary College

This series of lectures will involve a variety of infectious disease topics, including antibiotic resistant infections, antibiotic treatment of common diseases, emerging diseases and infection control.

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September 10
Developments in Dermatology: 2019 and Beyond

Kinga Gortel, DVM, MS, Diplomate ACVD

Westbank Animal Care Hospital

Small animal dermatology isn’t like it used to be! Recent developments have made it more rewarding and more challenging than ever before. This seminar provides practical updates on getting the most from your diagnostic techniques, treating canine atopic dermatitis, managing resistant infections, and troubleshooting treatment failures. The evening will conclude with an interactive Q & A session with Dr. Gortel and special guest, Veterinary Dermatologist Dr. Stephen Waisglass.

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October 1
Soft Tissue Surgery – A Review of Common Procedures

Ameet Singh, DVM, DVSc, Diplomate ACVS, ACVS Founding Fellow, Minimally Invasive Surgery

University of Guelph

This seminar on soft tissue surgery will focus on a variety of surgical procedures commonly faced by practitioners such as brachycephalic airway syndrome, cystotomy, splenectomy, gastropexy and intestinal resection and anastomosis. Novel tips and tricks to help improve success and efficiency will be provided.

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November 12
Anesthesia Through the Decades

Craig Mosley, DVM, MSc

VCA Canada

Anesthetic practice in veterinary medicine has changed significantly over the past couple decades with improved understanding, additional drugs, better monitoring equipment and a changing patient demographic.  These lectures will focus on meaningful changes and how they impact current clinical practice.  A case-based approach and tools for improving patient safety will be used to provide practical “take home” solutions.

Notes: TAVM 2019 DVM notes Mosley

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Single Lecture Pricing

$270.13per lecture

No 'membership' Required

1:30pm - 7:30pm
Convenient Location
World Class Speakers
Industry Networking

Full Membership

$589.05per year

Best Value

(7) DVM Lectures
10% oFF RVT Members
All Hospital Series Lectures
AGM Voting Privledges

ACTIVE Student

$35.00per lecture

Student ID Required

Industry Networking
Dinner Included
Lecture Notes
Community Building

Corporate Pricing

NEW 2020

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Team Building
Cost Effective CE
Professional Growth
Veterinary Community

Frequently Asked Questions

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Please scroll down just below the questions section and you’ll be able to print off a registration form. 

We share office space with the OVMA & our mailing address is: 

420 Bronte Road South, Milton, ON, L9T 0H9

Yes, of course. Having a specific designation is not a pre requisite for registering for the any of our lectures. Our attendees come from a wide array of backgrounds and have a multitude of designations.  

Also, if you purchase a ‘full year Vet Series Membership’ ALL hospital series lectures are included in your price. 

No, you do not need to purchase a full ‘membership’ to be able to attend. We have single lecture pricing available.

However, our full memberships are the ‘best value’ option for you! You’ll be paying only $84.15 per lecture!

Registration is required as we do provide meals and only have a certain number of seats available.

Please view our online registration portal for more information. 

https://tavmregistration.regfox.com/toronto-academy-dvm-ce-offerings

Please email our administrator at info@tavm.org 

In lieu of a registration fee we ask that you kindly share, via social media, the event listing of the lecture you would like to attend. Please ensure TAVM is ‘tagged’ in this posting and that your privacy settings are as such that we will be able to see it!

We allow you to transfer a membership (1) time per year. Refunds are not, under most situations, possible. In order to transfer a membership to another team member please send us an email. 

Please email our administrator – info@tavm.org   We can reach out to the speaker(s) directly to help get you the information you need. 

 

Send us an email. Our administrator is happy to provide you with the required CE certificates. 

Dave &  Busters in Vaughan, Ontario. 

120 Interchange Way, Vaughan, Ontario. 

If you’re attending our regular lectures please feel free to speak with the administrator when you pick up your name tag.

Otherwise, one of our board members would be happy to chat about your ideas. 

Finally, feel free to send us an email at any time! We always love input from our members.

info@tavm.org 

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Hospital Lecture SEries 2019

February 13
A Variety of Topical Issues
This series of lectures will cover the following topical issues in veterinary medicine:

Jaime Brassard, RVT, CVPP
Perioperative Pain Management – What Could Be Missing?

Understanding how patient co-existing conditions and diseases play a role in our anesthetic plans, while recognizing the need for pharmacological, multi-modal and alternative therapies to address patient pain.

Conny Mosley, DVM, DACVAA, CVA

The ABCs of CBDs

Understanding the hype about CBD. What do we know and how do we answer the questions from pet owners? This lecture will summarize the most relevant points of cannabinoid veterinary medicine to help you navigate through the jungle of information.

VCA 404 Veterinary Emergency & Referral Hospital

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March 6
Focused Ultrasound: How to Use It to Evaluate and Trend Your Patients

Stephanie Nykamp, DVM, MSc

Ontario Veterinary College

Focused assessment with sonography for trauma, triage and trending (FAST) is a quick, non-invasive method of assessing emergency patients.  This talk will review how to conduct abdominal and thoracic FAST exams, indications, and prognostic indicators.  We will also compare the use of abdominal radiographs and ultrasound for patients with an acute abdomen.

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April 10Dentistry Equipment & Go Home Time

 

Judy Rochette, DVM, FVD, Diplomate AVDC

West Coast Veterinary Dental Services

Dentistry requires equipment and that equipment needs to be maintained including cleaning, sterilizing, sharpening and mechanical care.  Ongoing oral health of the patient also requires maintenance involving medications and homecare.

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May 15
Infectious Diseases

Scott Weese, DVM, DVSc, Diplomate ACVIM
Ontario Veterinary College

This series of lectures will involve a variety of infectious disease topics, including antibiotic resistant infections, antibiotic treatment of common diseases, emerging diseases and infection control.

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September 11
Practical Nutrition: Answering Everyday Questions on Commercial, Homemade and Raw Food Diets

Jackie Parr, BScH, DVM, MSc, Dip ACVN

Royal Canin

Are you struggling to answer questions on homemade and raw food diets? Do you want to learn how a veterinary clinical nutritionist objectively approaches discussions on both prescription and over-the-counter diets? Then this lecture is for you! Dr. Parr is a passionate speaker who will provide practical tools for general practice and a workshop on raw food and homemade diets.

2019.09 Practical Nutrition – Dr. Jackie Parr

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October 2
Getting Rid of Feline House Soiling: A Simplified Approach Base don Environmental Enrichment & Personality

Martin Godbout, DVM, MSc, DACVB.

Environmental enrichment has a huge impact on behaviors of domestic cats. Find out how to  maximize your results with a simplified approach that takes patients’ individual personalities into account. Improve their quality of life and prevent disorders such as aggression, feline house soiling and feline idiopathic cystitis.

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November 20th
Anesthesia…..For the Rest of Us

Craig Mosley, DVM, MSc, Diplomate ACVAA

VCA 404 Veterinary Emergency & Referral Hospital

Anesthesia is inherently complex, however by applying basic principles and sound judgement risk and complications can be dramatically educed. This lecture will focus on providing attendees with practical suggestions for enhancing the quality of anesthesia through an improved understanding of commonly used drugs, troubleshooting equipment and tools for improving patient safety.

Notes: Mosley ErrorsComplications tech TAVM 2019

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Single Lecture Pricing

$89.76per lecture

No 'membership' Required

7:30pm - 10:30pm
Convenient Location
World Class Speakers
Industry Networking

Full Membership

$235.62per year

Best Value

(7) Lectures
Buffet Dinner Included
Lecture Notes
Networking

ACTIVE Student

$35.00per lecture

Student ID Required

Industry Networking
Dinner Included
Lecture Notes
Community Building

Corporate Pricing

NEW 2020

Reach out for further details

Team Building
Cost Effective CE
Professional Growth
Veterinary Community

Frequently Asked Questions

Take a peek below!

If we haven't answered your question please reach out.

Let us Shed some Light

on the most frequent inquiries

Yes, of course. Having a DVM designation is not a pre requisite for registering for the any of our lectures. Our attendees come from a wide array of backgrounds and have a multitude of designations. 

For all support staff the cost to attend ANY lecture is only $89.76/lecture. 

Send us an email. Our administrator is happy to provide you with the required CE certificates. 

Yes, all of our lectures are OVMA, OAVT and RACE approved. 

 

No, you do not need to purchase a full ‘membership’ to be able to attend. We have single lecture pricing available. However, our full memberships are the ‘best value’ option for you! You’ll be paying only $33.66 per lecture!

We allow you to transfer a membership (1) time per year. Refunds are not possible. In order to transfer a membership to another team member please send us an email. 

Registration is required as we do provide meals and only have a certain number of seats available.

Please view our online registration portal for more information. 

https://tavmregistration.regfox.com/toronto-academy-hospital-series-ce-offerings-2019

Please email our administrator – info@tavm.org   We can reach out to the speaker(s) directly to help get you the information you need. 

 

Please email our administrator at info@tavm.org 

In lieu of a registration fee we ask that you kindly share, via social media, the event listing of the lecture you would like to attend. Please ensure TAVM is ‘tagged’ in this posting and that your privacy settings are as such that we will be able to see it!

Printable Registration Form

Coming Soon

Succession Planning Symposium

In Partnership with the OVMA, The Toronto Academy will be co-hosting a Succession Planning Symposium this fall. This CE opportunity will appeal to Veterinarians in all career stages, new grad, associate & practice owner. We are anticipating a sold-out event as this type of succession planning seminar has not been presented for over a decade! Take advantage of this excellent opportunity to have your brand, representatives and products in front of hundreds of veterinary participants.
The Succession Planning Symposium this fall will host experts in finance, law, banking, veterinary practice valuation and corporate ownership will offer advice and guidance to veterinarians interested in;
  • buying a practice
  • selling a practice
  • corporate practice
  • managing debt
  • planning for retirement
Presenters:
Law: Jordan Morelli

In any transition, the goal is to minimize risk. Jordan will share examples partnership agreements and practice transactions that went well and those that ultimately failed. Find out what makes a good contract and how to protect yourself legally.

Dale&Lessmann– Notes

Practice Valuator: John Tait

Some will argue a veterinary practice is worth what someone will pay for it. John will argue that the value of practice is based on specific factors. A successful valuation will provide a fair return to the seller and provide the buyer with an investment that affords a comfortable income for a comfortable effort.

JohnTait – Notes

 

Banker: Dion Farentino

In any transition, the goal is to minimize risk. Jordan will share examples partnership agreements and practice transactions that went well and those that ultimately failed. Find out what makes a good contract and how to protect yourself legally.

RBC– Notes

 

Accounting: Dave Legault

As the accountant to dozens of hospitals across the province, Dave knows what works and what doesn’t when it comes to buying and selling a practice. Find out how to prepare your books for a practice sale and how the structure of a sale affects your taxes.

WardUptigrove– Notes

Corporate Consolidator: Bruce Campbell

Corporate ownership is a new exit strategy for many practice owners in Ontario. As the CEO of P3, Bruce will highlight what a corporate consolidator is looking for in a practice, how much they will pay, what strings are attached and what you can expect working in a corporate practice after you sell.

P3- Notes

 

Veterinary Lecture Series 2020

February 11th
Special Lecture Schedule – AGM  1:30 – 7:30pm

Geriatric cats are treasured by their families. CKD, hypertension, arthritis, hyperthyroidism, cognitive dysfunction often co-exists and this age group of cats have very specific nutritional and environmental needs. Diagnostics, treatments, recommendations and client compliance for this special group of patients with multiple problems will be the focus of this presentation.

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March 10th 

Neurology for the Busy Practice.

Dr. Simon Platt BVM&S, Diplomate ACVIM (Neurology), Diplomate ECVN, FRCVS RCVS.

Neurology in veterinary medicine can be an intimidating and frustrating topic. We will break it down into a need to know approach to the most common clinical scenarios in dogs and cats. Each case-based scenario will address where the disease could be in the nervous system, what it could be and how it can be managed when there are limited resources.

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April 19th 10:30am – 4:30pm @ Seneca, King City Campus

Specialist Pearls presented by Animal Health Partners

 Dr. Edouard Marchal  DMV, IPSAV, Residency trained ACVIM (Neurology) 

Management of Seizures in Cats

Despite controversies in the classification of feline epilepsy, approaches to diagnosis and management continue to evolve. Recent reviews on the safety and effectiveness of antiepileptic drugs assist practitioners in feeling more comfortable with their use. Furthermore, a better understanding of prognosis is key to developing reasonable expectations for feline owners.

Dr. Lydia Pan, DVM, MVSc

Drugs to treat immune-mediated disorders

Immunosuppressive drugs are commonly used in small animals to treat immune-mediated diseases in different organ systems. It is important to recognize the mechanism of action, indication, and the side effects of the medications. This talk will be discussing the common used and new immunosuppressants. 

Dr. Alicia Skelding, BSc Agr, DVM, MSc, DVSc, Diplomate ACVAA

Anesthesia of Challenging Cases

This presentation will focus on the anesthetic management of more challenging cases faced routinely in practice such
as anesthetizing pets with heart disease (mitral valve disease, hypertrophic cardiomyopathy), renal disease and
thyroid disease. Discussion on the anesthetic management of brachycephalic pets will also be included.

Dr. Debbie Reynolds, BVSc, BSc, DACVS-SA

Bandaging & Wound Management 

Debbie graduated from the University of Queensland, Australia in 1999. Following several years in general mixed practice, Debbie went back to study to be a surgeon. Her path to becoming a surgeon took her to the USA where she did a rotating internship (WSU) and a research fellowship (stem cell therapy) before she came to Canada. Debbie did a 3 year surgical residency at the Ontario Veterinary College becoming a boarded small animal surgeon in 2013. Since then she has been in private referral practice, joining the Animal Health Partners in February of this year as the head of surgery. Debbie enjoys all aspects of surgery from wound management, minimally invasive surgery to total hip replacements.

Dr. Arata Matsuyama, DVM, DACVIM (Oncology)

Cancer Prevention & Screening

Prevention and screening of cancer is a developing field in veterinary medicine. Early detection of cancer can lead to improved prognosis of a number of neoplastic conditions. The topic of this talk covers the recent progress and current ongoing researches of cancer prevention and screening in dogs.

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May 12th, 1:30 – 7:30pm @ Dave & Busters in Vaughan
Internal Medicine – Common Misdiagnoses

Michael Willard, DVM, MS, DACVIM

This is a case-based and problem-based discussion of various gastrointestinal problems including regurgitation, vomiting, diarrhea and weight loss.  The focus will be on a practical approach to the problem.  The emphasis will be on common problems that are commonly misdiagnosed or mistreated.

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September 13th @ Seneca, King City Campus

Iveta Becvarova, DVM, MS, DACVN

Breaking Down the Common Nutrition Myths Lot of misinformation exists about the ‘right’ nutrition for dogs and cats. This seminar will provide evidence based point of view to nutritional myths, it will offer useful information that may help you convey the correct information and to help pet owners with the best choices for their pet.

New Strategies to Promote Gastrointestinal Health: Make the Microbiome Work for You.  Intestinal microbiota plays a role in gut health and disease. Many gastrointestinal and systemic disorders are associated with aberrant gut microbial communities or dysbiosis. The goal of this seminar is to discuss the use of most common strategies to modulate gut microflora with prebiotics and probiotics in clinical practice.

What is new in the nutritional management of FLUTS?  The presence of lower urinary tract signs (LUTS), especially periuria (urinating outside the litter box) is a deal breaker for many pet parents. This seminar will discuss other new options for managing the most common causes of LUTS, focusing on the role of the diet. 

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October 18th @ Seneca, King City Campus
Emergency Medicine

Marie Holowaychuck, DVM, DACVECC

This session will provide an overview of common small animal emergencies including practical tools for diagnosis and treatment. Topics include: management of feline respiratory emergencies; management of electrolyte emergencies; what’s new in the management of blocked cats; cannabis toxicity; ECG interpretation & arrhythmia management; and assessment & management of bleeding patients. 

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November 10 @ Dave & Busters in Vaughan
Why won’t these ?*&% things heal??? Dropless cataract surgery;  could this be a reality for our canine patients?

Joe Wolfer, DVM, DAVCO

My three topics for this lecture are all things that are occurring at the cutting edge of veterinary ophthalmology today.  Much of what you will see and hear today are ideas that sprang from research, both clinical and bench, that has been done in human ophthalmology.  This is an exciting time in veterinary ophthalmology, and I hope to provide you with all the information you need to be right up to date with what is happening in this important field.

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REgistration Options

Single Lecture Pricing

$179per lecture

No 'membership' Required

1:30pm - 7:30pm
Convenient Location
World Class Speakers
Industry Networking

Full Membership

$569per year

Best Value

Early Bird Rate Save-10%
(7) DVM Lectures
Lunch and/or Dinner Included
AGM Voting Privledges

ACTIVE Student

$35.00per lecture

Student ID Required

Industry Networking
Dinner Included
Lecture Notes
Community Building

Corporate Pricing

NEW 2020

Reach out for Further Details

Team Building
Cost Effective CE
Professional Growth
Veterinary Community

Frequently Asked Questions

Take a peek below!

If we haven't answered your question please reach out.

Let us Shed some Light

on the most frequent inquiries

Please click on the link to access the printable registration form. 

Toronto Academy Registration Form

Please mail, email or fax the completed form into the TAVM office. 

Mail: 420 Bronte Road South, Suite 205, Milton, ON, L9T 0H9

Fax: 905.875.0958

Email: info@tavm.org

Yes, of course. Having a specific designation is not a pre requisite for registering for the any of our lectures. Our attendees come from a wide array of backgrounds and have a multitude of designations.  

No,  you do not need to purchase a full ‘membership’ to be able to attend. We have single lecture pricing available.

However, our full memberships are the ‘best value’ option for you. 

Registration is required as we do provide meals and only have a certain number of seats available.

Please view our online registration portal for more information. 

 

Please email our administrator at info@tavm.org 

In lieu of a registration fee we ask that you kindly share, via social media, the event listing of the lecture you would like to attend. Please ensure TAVM is ‘tagged’ in this posting and that your privacy settings are as such that we will be able to see it!

We allow you to transfer a membership (1) time per year. Refunds are not, under most situations, possible. In order to transfer a membership to another team member please send us an email. 

Please email our administrator – info@tavm.org   We can reach out to the speaker(s) directly to help get you the information you need. 

 

Send us an email. Our administrator is happy to provide you with the required CE certificates. 

In 2020 the lectures will be held at two locations:

Dave &  Busters in Vaughan, Ontario: 120 Interchange Way, Vaughan, Ontario. 

Seneca, King City Campus: 13990 Dufferin St, King City, ON L7B 1B3

If you’re attending our regular lectures please feel free to speak with the administrator when you pick up your name tag.

Otherwise, one of our board members would be happy to chat about your ideas. 

Finally, feel free to send us an email at any time! We always love input from our members.

info@tavm.org 

Printable Registration Form

CONTACT DETAILS

Address:

420 Bronte Street South,
Suite 205, Milton, ON, L9T OH9

Fax:

905-875-0958

E-mail:

info@tavm.org

Monday – Friday: 8.30-4.30

Get in touch


Hospital Lecture SEries 2020

February 12th,  7pm-10pm @ Dave & Busters in Vaughan 
Avian & Exotic Patients: The Basics

Avian and exotic patients come with many unique needs. This series will help to familiarize you with the main species, handling techniques, their husbandry needs, and common illnesses, to that they can be triaged and stabilized confidently.

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March 11th, 7pm-10pm @ Dave & Busters in Vaughan
Simon Platt, DVM, DVM&S, Diplomate ACVIM (Neurology), Diplomate ECVN, FRCVS RCVS

Dogs and cats having seizures presents us with both an emergency and chronic management problem. During these sessions we will focus using videos on how we should investigate seizures and move through the medication options that exist, addressing their pros and cons. We will deal with the refractory patient management scenario and the emergency case in which we will develop a ‘cook-book’ approach to status epilepticus and help owners with at-home seizure management. 

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April 19th  @ Seneca, King City, Noon- 4:30pm

Specialist Pearls

Dr. Debbie Reynolds, BVSc, BSc, DACVS-SA

Bandaging & Wound Management 

Dr. Arata Matsuyama, DVM, DACVIM (Oncology)

Cancer Prevention & Screening

Prevention and screening of cancer is a developing field in veterinary medicine. Early detection of cancer can lead to improved prognosis of a number of neoplastic conditions. The topic of this talk covers the recent progress and current ongoing researches of cancer prevention and screening in dogs

Proudly Sponsored by: 

Register Now

May 14
Tips and Tricks for a smoother pre, peri and post anesthesia

Conny Mosley,Dr.Med Vet, DACVAA, CVA 

There are essential elements to anesthesia that all members of the team can benefit from. This lecture will explain how to have a smoother pre, peri and post anesthesia process. Topics such as, fasting time, trazadone use, fear free techniques, complication management, pain & recovery will be discussed. 

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September 13th @ Seneca, King City Campus, Noon – 4:30pm 

Iveta Becvarova, DVM, MS, DACVN

Breaking Down the Common Nutrition Myths Lot of misinformation exists about the ‘right’ nutrition for dogs and cats. This seminar will provide evidence based point of view to nutritional myths, it will offer useful information that may help you convey the correct information and to help pet owners with the best choices for their pet.

New Strategies to Promote Gastrointestinal Health: Make the Microbiome Work for You.  Intestinal microbiota plays a role in gut health and disease. Many gastrointestinal and systemic disorders are associated with aberrant gut microbial communities or dysbiosis. The goal of this seminar is to discuss the use of most common strategies to modulate gut microflora with prebiotics and probiotics in clinical practice.

What is new in the nutritional management of FLUTS?  The presence of lower urinary tract signs (LUTS), especially periuria (urinating outside the litter box) is a deal breaker for many pet parents. This seminar will discuss other new options for managing the most common causes of LUTS, focusing on the role of the diet. 

Proudly Sponsored by:

Register Now

October 18th @ Seneca, King City Campus, Noon – 4:30pm

Emergency Medicine

Marie Holowaychuck, DVM, DACVECC

This session will provide an overview of common small animal emergencies including practical tools for diagnosis and treatment. Topics include: management of feline respiratory emergencies; management of electrolyte emergencies; what’s new in the management of blocked cats; cannabis toxicity; ECG interpretation & arrhythmia management; and assessment & management of bleeding patients. 

Proudly Sponsored by: 

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November 12th Canine Rehabilitation- Tips & Tricks Tina McGrath, DVM, Certified Canine Rehabilitation Canine rehabilitation is an important tool to aid patients in their recovery from cruciate surgery but can also be incorporated into daily general practice. Owners can be given home exercise programs that maintain mobility throughout the pet’s life…not just after surgery. An underwater treadmill is not needed to keep our pets mobile. Proudly Sponsored by:     Register Now

Registration Options

Single Lecture Pricing

$89per lecture

No 'membership' Required

Week Night & Weekend Lectures
Convenient Location
World Class Speakers
Industry Networking

Full Membership

$269per year

Best Value

(7) RVT Lectures
Professional Development
Buffet Lunch or Dinner Included
World Class Speakers

ACTIVE Student

$35.00per lecture

Student ID Required

Industry Networking
Dinner Included
Lecture Notes
Community Building

Corporate Pricing

NEW 2020

Reach out for Further Details

Team Building
Cost Effective CE
Professional Growth
Veterinary Community

Frequently Asked Questions

Take a peak below!

If we haven't answered your question please reach out.

Let us Shed some Light

on the most frequent inquiries

Please click on the link to access the printable registration form. 

Toronto Academy Registration Form

Please mail, email or fax the completed form into the TAVM office. 

Mail: 420 Bronte Road South, Suite 205, Milton, ON, L9T 0H9

Fax: 905.875.0958

Email: info@tavm.org

Yes, of course. Having a specific designation is not a pre requisite for registering for the any of our lectures. Our attendees come from a wide array of backgrounds and have a multitude of designations.  

No,  you do not need to purchase a full ‘membership’ to be able to attend. We have single lecture pricing available.

However, our full memberships are the ‘best value’ option for you. 

Registration is required as we do provide meals and only have a certain number of seats available.

Please view our online registration portal for more information. 

 

Please email our administrator at info@tavm.org 

In lieu of a registration fee we ask that you kindly share, via social media, the event listing of the lecture you would like to attend. Please ensure TAVM is ‘tagged’ in this posting and that your privacy settings are as such that we will be able to see it!

We allow you to transfer a membership (1) time per year. Refunds are not, under most situations, possible. In order to transfer a membership to another team member please send us an email. 

Please email our administrator – info@tavm.org   We can reach out to the speaker(s) directly to help get you the information you need. 

 

Send us an email. Our administrator is happy to provide you with the required CE certificates. 

In 2020 the lectures will be held at two locations:

Dave &  Busters in Vaughan, Ontario: 120 Interchange Way, Vaughan, Ontario. 

Seneca, King City Campus: 13990 Dufferin St, King City, ON L7B 1B3

If you’re attending our regular lectures please feel free to speak with the administrator when you pick up your name tag.

Otherwise, one of our board members would be happy to chat about your ideas. 

Finally, feel free to send us an email at any time! We always love input from our members.

info@tavm.org 

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Established
In
Veterinary Community
Volunteer Board Members
Hours of
CE

Join The Academy

CONTACT DETAILS

Address:

420 Bronte Street South, Suite 205 Milton, ON, L9T OH9

Fax:

905-875-0958

E-mail:

info@tavm.org

Monday – Friday: 8.30-4.30

get in touch