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Lindsay Howard

Katrina Lafferty

 Kristin Spring 


Heidi Reuss-Lamky

 Susan Burns

 Brenda Feller

Kristin Cooley

 Kim Spelts


Brenda Feller, CVT, RVT, VTS (Anesthesia / Analgesia)

VSPN CE Course TECH238-0514: Tame That Cat! Get a Better Handle on Feline Anesthesia

Jody Nugent-Deal, RVT, VTS (Anesethsia / Analgesia) and (CP - Exotics)

Current Techniques in Small Animal Anesthesia -
October 11, 2015 - Sacramento CA

VSPN CE Course TECH248-0715: Basic Exotic Small Mammal Nursing

VSPN CE Course TECH237-0314: Anesthesia for the Reptile Patient


This is a comprehensive class that covers rabbits, ferrets, guinea pigs, chinchillas, rats, sugar gliders and hedge hogs. We do cover some anesthetic techniques as well. This is a case based class and is RACE approved. It is on-demand so you go at your own pace. 

ESAVS - The European School for Advanced Veterinary Studies

The multi-modal program presented by the European School for Advanced Veterinary Studies offers an advanced level of continuing education (CE) and training for any veterinary technician in the private or institutional setting.  The link and course is currently taught only in Europe and only in German.  (This program has been endorsed by the ACVAA)

Wine Tasting, Hiking, Biking and CE in Sunny Santa Barbara: We are thrilled to be returning to one of our favorite locations for CE - this costal hidden gem nestled between the Santa Ynez Mountains is home to some of California's best wineries and a Mediterranean climate and way of life. This conference October 22-25, 2015 will feature 15 hours of CE in Small Animal Opthalmology, Emergency Medicine and Internal Medicine by Drs. Marie Kerl (DACVIM, DACVECC), Elizabeth Giuliano (DACVO) and Megan Seekins (DACVECC). There will be optional group outings on bike and for wine tasting. Full details at

Special Continuing Education Conference and Road Biking Winter Training Camp in Tucson, Arizona January 26-31 2016. With its perfect temperatures and varied terrain, Tucson is the ultimate winter cycling destination, and Cycling House can ensure an unforgettable training experience while Vet Lectures provides world-class CE in this incredible place. In this laid back and fun location, it is easy for you to focus on training and learning and relaxing for a week. Healthy meals are prepared by an on-site chef and are all included with your registration. After morning CE each day we will ride the epic roads of Tucson together with our guides and a support van never far away.

This conference will take place January 26-31 2016 and will feature 15 hours of RACE-approved CE in Small Animal Opthalmology and Cardiology. Non-veterinary partners and friends are welcome. Full details at

CE in Paradise: Picture if you will sunshine, warm clean water, kayaking, white sand beaches, stand-up paddle boarding, unbeatable tacos, mountain biking and World-Class Continuing Education......Now picture that in February. We will make a triumphant return to our winter home on the Sea of Cortez for 6 days and 5 nights of all-inclusive seaside Continuing Education. All lectures will be new for 2016. This is a small group meeting and limited to 16 attendees. Feb 13-18, 2016Full details at

Continuing Education amidst Zion National Park! Vet Lectures and The International Union of Veterinary Cyclists are hosting 15 hours of RACE-approved CE March 24-27, 2016 amidst the stunning beauty of Zion National Park. The speakers are top lecturers in small animal dentistry and oncology. Talks will take place at the Hampton Inn and Suites in Springdale,Utah - less than a mile from the entrance of Zion National Park. The schedule will allow ample opportunity for you to get out and hike, road and mountain bike and generally enjoy the natural beauty of the national park. Non-veterinary partners and friends are welcome.

Complete info and registration can be found at or by calling (773) CE4-VETS.

University of Florida
Veterinary Technician Internship Program
Gainesville Florida