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District 1 / NWPVMA Dinner Meeting
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5/16/2018
When: Weds, May 16, 2018
6:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Where: Sheraton Erie Bayfront Hotel
55 W Bay Road
Erie, Pennsylvania  16507
United States
Contact: Kate Nellett
717-220-1437


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The Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Association (PVMA), along with NWPVMA is hosting a dinner meeting and we hope you will join us! This is your chance to interact with colleagues, receive an update on current initiatives within PVMA, and earn CE credits. 

Part 1: Identifying Signs of Anxiety In Dogs & Cats in your Practice and Treatment With Pheromone Therapy

Part 2: The Need for Repellency to Reduce Vector Borne Diseases 
Edward Koronowski, DVM

Weds, May 16, 2018 | 6:00 - 8:30 pm
Sheraton Erie Bayfront Hotel
55 W Bay Road  • Erie, PA 16507

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Schedule of Events

  • 6:00 - 6:30 pm Registration & Networking
  • 6:30 - 7:00 pm Dinner Served & PVMA
  • Update 7:00 - 8:30 pm CE Presentation

Continuing Education

1.5 hours of approved continuing education credit will be provided by the Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Association.

Identifying Signs of Anxiety In Dogs and Cats In your Practice and Treatment With Pheromone Therapy
& The Need for Repellency to Reduce Vector Borne Diseases

Many patients that enter our clinics do so with great anxiety for many reasons. The need to identify this situation as counterproductive to the general well being of our patients as they travel to and enter our hospitals. In addition to being an impedance to a thorough physical exam, anxiety can lead to physical injury to patient and staff. By gaining agreement that the profession has room for improvement in managing anxiety, we can discuss options for treatment. 


The second part of the presentation will focus on the need for repellency to reduce vector borne diseases. 

Edward Koronowski, DVM
Since 1994 Dr. Koronowski has been a veterinarian in small animal, mixed animal, large animal exclusive, equine exclusive, and regulatory medicine practices. He came to Ceva Animal Health after 5 years with Abbott Animal Health serving the mid-atlantic and U.K. regions as their Veterinary Service Manager. He now covers the Mid-Atlantic and North East regions for Ceva. He has a strong passion for behavior large and small animal, vector born diseases and dermatology.  He is the marketing liaison for the Veterinary Service Small Animal Team and Lead Technical Trainer for the companion animal sales force USA.