Carlson Ed

Mr. Ed Carlson

Track: Small Animal Nutrition | Speaking on Sunday, August 18

  • Nutrition For The Hospitalized Veterinary Patient
  • Chronic Kidney Disease; Current Recommendations For Nutritional Management
  • Grain Free, Raw, And Other Diet Trends
  • Nasogastric Feeding Tubes
  • Therapeutic Diets - Traditional And Non-Traditional Options
  • Nutritional Supplements – Fads, Myths, And Facts

 

 


Demars Paul

Dr. Paul DeMars

Track: Small Animal General Practice | Speaking on Friday, August 16

  • Canine And Feline Vaccination
  • The Big Three: Dental Disease, Obesity, And Behavior
  • Canine And Feline Parasite Control
  • Managing Otitis Externa Of The Dog
  • Allergic Dermatitis Of The Dog
  • Canine And Feline Anxiety

 

 


Dufort Robert

Dr. Robert DuFort

SPONSORED BY  IDEXX web

Track: Small Animal Pathology | Speaking on Thursday, August 15

  • Why is Preventive Health Screening Important?
  • Practitioner’s Challenge: Diagnosing and Managing the Challenging Senior Patient
  • GI Parasites, With Emphasis on CAPC Guidelines
  • Kidney Disease, With Emphasis on IRIS Guidelines and SDMA
  • Hematology, With Emphasis on Reticulocytes and Reticulocyte Hemoglobin
  • Inflammatory Disease, With Emphasis on CBC and C-Reactive Protein

 

 


Ferguson Carol

Dr. Carol Ferguson

SPONSORED BY  ceva

Track: Small Animal Dermatology | Speaking on Thursday, August 15

  • Tentative Diagnosis: Stress Is Impacting Your Dermatology Patient
  • Skinfomercial: The Untold Secrets Of Good-Looking Pets
  • Mousse Is Where It’s At: Keeping It Skin Simple

 

 


Hoffman Sharon

Dr. Sharon Hoffman

Track: Small Animal Dentistry | Speaking on Saturday, August 17

  • The Oral Exam – More is Missed by Not Looking, than Not Knowing
  • Shades of Gray – Dental Radiography
  • Broken Faces and Other Emergencies
  • Open that Meowth – Feline Dentistry
  • Stress-Free Mandibular Canine Extractions
  • Myth and Misconception in Veterinary Dentistry

 

 


Jacob Kristin

Dr. Kristin Jacob

Track: Small Animal Cardiology | Speaking on Sunday, August 18

SPONSORED BY  cvca logo web

  • Pulmonary Hypertension In Dog
  • Feline Cardiology – Why Is It So Hard?

 

 

 

 


Levitin Boaz 

Dr. Boaz Levitin

Track: Oncology | Speaking on Sunday, August 18

SPONSORED BY   PetCure Oncology

  • The Oncology Roundtable Discussion

 

 

 

 

 

 


Lutz Elizabeth

Dr. Annette Litster

Track: Small Animal Medicine | Speaking on Friday, August 16

SPONSORED BY  Zoetis 4c

  • Lyme Disease: A Growing Concern
  • Feline Heartworm Infection Redefined: Changing Perception

 

 

 


Lutz Elizabeth

Dr. Elizabeth Lutz

Track: Small Animal Ophthalmology | Speaking on Sunday, August 18

  • Eyes Wide Shut: Dry Eye Disease In Small Animals
  • Corneal Ulcers: A Real Pain In The Eye
  • Cloudy With A Chance Of Cataracts
  • Under Pressure: The Medical And Surgical Management Of Glaucoma
  • Eye Of The Tiger: Feline Ophthalmology
  • Ocular Emergencies: Diagnosis And Treatment

 

 

 


Mauldin Neil

Dr. Neal Mauldin

Track: Oncology | Speaking on Sunday, August 18

SPONSORED BY   PetCure Oncology

  • Recent Advances in Radiation Therapy
  • The Oncology Roundtable Discussion

 

 

 

 

 

 


McDonnell Jay

Dr. Jay McDonnell

Track: Small Animal Neurology | Speaking on Saturday, August 17

  • Approach to the Chronic Seizure Patient
  • How to Save Your Patient’s Life! At Home Treatment of Status Epilepticus
  • Syndromes Approach to the Neuro-Patient
  • Treatment Options for CNS Tumors - What to Tell Your Clients: Neurosurgical Treatment of Spinal Cord Disease in Dogs and Cats

 

 

 

 


Nappier Michael

Dr. Michael Nappier

Track: Small Animal General Practice | Speaking on Thursday, August 15

  • There and Back Again, A Vet Trip Tale - Part 1
  • There and Back Again, A Vet Trip Tale - Part 2
  • Small Dogs, Big Problems: Low-Stress Visits for Small Dogs
  • Where Have All The Felines Gone? The Why and How of Becoming a Cat-Friendly Practice
  • Happy Cats, Happy Vets: Low-Stress Cat Visits
  • Case Discussion, Common High-Stress Scenarios What Went Wrong and How to Avoid It

 

 

 

 


Newman Rebeccal 

Dr. Rebecca Newman

Track: Oncology | Speaking on Sunday, August 18

SPONSORED BY   PetCure Oncology

  • Common Canine And Feline Cancers: In-Depth Review – Part 1
  • Common Canine And Feline Cancers: In-Depth Review – Part 2
  • The Oncology Roundtable Discussion

 

 

 

 

 

 


Pardo Anthony 

Dr. Anthony Pardo

Track: Oncology | Speaking on Sunday, August 18

SPONSORED BY   PetCure Oncology

  • Common Canine And Feline Cancers: In-Depth Review – Part 1
  • Common Canine And Feline Cancers: In-Depth Review – Part 2
  • The Oncology Roundtable Discussion

 

 

 


Robertson Sheilah

Dr. Sheilah Robertson

Track: Small Animal Hospice Care | Speaking on Friday, August 16

  • The Central Role of Ketamine in Veterinary Anesthesia and Analgesia
  • The Impact of Obesity on Anesthesia
  • Real World - Real Case: Managing Mobility Issues in a Senior Dog
  • Too Old for Anesthesia?
  • Assessing and Managing Chronic Pain in Cats
  • Saying Goodbye – Navigating the Last Appointment

 

 


Rosenthal Steven

Dr. Steven Rosenthal

Track: Small Animal Cardiology | Speaking on Sunday, August 18

SPONSORED BY  cvca logo web

Pulmonary Hypertension in the Canine Patient

  • Screening And Management Of Inherited Cardiac Disorders
  • Chronic And Emergency Use Of Diuretics Use In The Small Animal Cardiac Patient

 

 

 

 


Rossi Michael 

Dr. Michael Rossi

Track: Small Animal Dermatology | Speaking on Thursday, August 15

SPONSORED BY  ceva

  • Diagnostic Sampling Of The Dermatology Patient
  • Multimodal Therapy Improving The Management Of Allergic Diagnosis
  • Dermatology Case Rounds

 

 

 

 

 


Shih Julia

Dr. Shih

Track: Small Animal Cardiology | Speaking on Sunday, August 18

SPONSORED BY  cvca logo web

  • Cardiac Nutrition
  • Atrial Fibrillation, How To Make Order Out Of Chaos

 

 

 

 

 


Syring Rebecca

Dr. Rebecca Syring

Track: Small Animal Medicine | Speaking on Friday, August 16

  • Feline Urinary Obstruction: When Good Cats Go Bad
  • Canine Hemoabdomen: The Blood and Guts of the Matter
  • Pericardial effusion
  • CPR: A Crash Course in Saving Lives
  • CPR: Practical Session - Part 1
  • CPR: Practical Session - Part 2

 

 

 


Weinstein Nicole

Dr. Nicole Weinstein

Track: Small Animal Pathology | Speaking on Saturday, August 17

  • Hypercalcemia – Differentials and case discussions
  • Lymphoma (or maybe not)
  • More than an acronym – Review of add-on tests
  • Renal physiology review and case discussions
  • Elevated liver enzymes in cats – Case discussions
  • Maybe she’s born with it, maybe it’s a pre-analytical variable

 

 

 


 

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About the Keystone Veterinary Conference

Keystone Veterinary Conference (KVC) is a regional veterinary conference that offers high-quality continuing educational topics with nationally recognized speakers in a state-of-the-art setting. Keystone Veterinary Conference will host the following tracks: companion animal, production animal, equine, veterinary technology, practice management, integrative medicine, wet labs, exotics and more!.

Save the Dates For Future KVC Conferences:

2020

August 13-16, 2020
Hershey Lodge – Hershey, PA

2021

August 12-15, 2021
Hershey Lodge – Hershey, PA

2022

August 11-14, 2022
Hershey Lodge – Hershey, PA