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Purdue Veterinary Conference 2018


September 18, 2018 8:00 am
September 22, 2018
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Don’t miss your chance to meet Alley Cat Allies President and Founder Becky Robinson at the Purdue Veterinary Conference in Indiana from Sept. 18 to 22. She and experts from our staff will be at the conference to present and connect with veterinary professionals and students. Come out and talk with us about the evolving field of shelter medicine and the benefits of Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR)! 

Becky and our team are presenting four fun and interactive sessions about how shelters and veterinarians around the nation and world are saving and improving cats’ lives. We’ll share our  expertise and best practices gleaned from programs we’ve launched around the world thanks to our friends and partners at Animal Balance, led by Emma Clifford and Medical Director Amanda Bruce, DVM. 

Attend our sessions: 

  1. Cat Friendly Sheltering: A Win for Everyone. In this two-part session, you’ll learn how shelters and veterinarians can reduce kitten euthanasia and staff burnout, please the public, and save money. 
  2. Carmen Sandiego, DVM: Saving Cats in Every Corner of the World. Learn how to combine your love of cats with your love for travel and host High-Quality, High-Volume Spay and Neuter Clinics around the globe. 
  3. Cats and Wildlife: Politics, Public Opinion, 21st Century Trends in Conservation. Learn how compassionate conservation saves the lives of cats and all animals, how lethal methods are ineffective, and why it’s all relevant for veterinary professionals.  

 Register for one day or for the full conference. Then, come out to network with your peers and have fun learning about the impact you can create for cats here and around the world. The conference also provides Continuing Education (CE) opportunities for the entire veterinary team! 

 Learn more about the Purdue Veterinary Conference and how to register. 

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