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MedVet is offering CE sessions FOR techs, BY techs. Join us for a week of Virtual CE events during MedVet's 3rd annual Technician Boot Camp. We are proud to provide valuable continuing education lectures, free of cost to veterinary technicians. This year's Boot Camp will feature topics including: Anesthesia & Analgesia, Emergency Medicine & Critical Care, Internal Medicine, Rehabilitation, wellbeing, and more. Sessions are presented by some of our best and brightest credentialed technicians and support service team members at MedVet. The events will offer the opportunity to earn up to 13.0 hours of CE credit for technicians!

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Spend your Sunday with veterinarians from MedVet Cleveland West and learn some new information about neurology, ophthalmology, and medical oncology. This Virtual CE event is RACE-approved for 3.0 CE credits and is free to veterinary professionals.

Topics include:
- OMG, MUO! A Review of CNS Inflammatory Disease presented by Amanda Jurkoshek, DVM, DACVIM (Neurology).
- Canine Corneal Ulcers presented by Rose Cherry, DVM, DACVO.
- Hipster Oncology: What’s New and Matters to You presented by Rochelle Prudic, DVM, DACVIM (Oncology).

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If you have an interest in exotic pet health, you won't want to miss this free, Virtual CE with caregivers from MedVet Hilliard. Join us on Oct. 3 at 6:00 pm for two hours of CE.

Topics include:
- Reptile & Amphibian Emergencies with Dr. Nicholas Jew. This session will provide an overview of the most common reptile and amphibian urgent and emergent illnesses.
- Pet Bird Emergencies: Recognition and Stabilization of Common Disorders with Dr. Barbara Oglesbee. The presentation will discuss recognition of chronic vs. acute emergent disorders, stabilization, and management of owner expectations of the most common disorders.

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Most commonly spread through the saliva of an infected animal by a bite, rabies can be deadly. Rabies is most commonly found in wild animals like bats, foxes, raccoons, and skunks, but can be spread by most mammals. Keeping your pet up to date on their rabies vaccine is the best way to guarantee protection. If you live in an area where wild animals may approach your pet, it is best to keep your pet on a leash and train them to leave the wildlife alone as to not provoke an attack. #WorldRabiesDay



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