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Dragon Veterinary believes in the importance of face-to-face contact with our clients, that is why our representatives will be at each of the following trade shows to meet with you, answer any questions you may have about Dragon Veterinary software, and to offer you special trade show pricing. Make sure to stop by our booth! 

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Upcoming Shows

AVMA Indianapolis - JULY 22 to 24, 2017 (Booth #628)

The annual AVMA Convention is a celebration of all things veterinary medicine. It is designed to have a little something for every type of veterinary professional, from recent graduates to recent retirees, veterinary technicians to practice managers, and everyone in between. The event itself is loaded with opportunities for CE for all areas of veterinary medicine. These sessions are numerous and all held by the leading professionals in the field, not to mention an opportunity for some incredible hands-on labs, panel discussions, and more traditional lectures. With over 40 hours of CE available to attendees across 700 educational sessions, an exhibit hall of more than 300 companies on the leading edge of veterinary medicine and technology, all at an affordable rate, this show is sure to be a highlight of the CE year.

CVC Kansas City - AUGUST 25 to 28, 2017 (Booth #538)

CVC Kansas City, hosted at the Kansas City Convention and Entertainment Center, is the second installment of the smart, easy, and affordable 2017 CVC conferences. Over four days in Americas’ hidden gem attendees will get the opportunity to choose from over 500 hours of continuing education programs delivered by some of the worlds’ most highly regarded veterinary professionals. Like its Virginia Beach counterpart, CVC Kansas City also offers three primary programs for veterinary professionals, including a clinical program, practice management program, and technician program, alongside numerous clinical techniques courses and a three-day exhibit hall featuring over 120 exhibitors. This is a conference that offers something special for everyone.

IVECCS Nashville - SEPTEMBER 13 to 17, 2017 (Booth #209) - with Executive Communication Services

As the product of a hardworking partnership between ACVECC, AVECCT, ACVAA, AVTA, and IVAPM, the IVECCS Conference is a guaranteed success. With over four days of world-class continuing education held at the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center, it is considered to be unsurpassed in the quality and clinical relevance of its offerings, a truly incredible opportunity for all veterinary professionals interested in attending.

AABP Omaha - SEPTEMBER 14 to 16, 2017

2017 marks the 50th Anniversary of the AABP Annual Conference and they have something special up their sleeve at the CenturyLink Center Omaha. As one of the most comprehensive scientific programs ever assembled on cattle disease and production, AABP is an incredible experience for all bovine practitioners interested in increasing their scientific knowledge through scientific sessions, small group clinical forums, research summaries, student case presentations, and scientific posters. This conference is guaranteed to increase your bovine knowledge, leaving you in a fantastic mooo-d.

ACVS Indianapolis - OCTOBER 11 to 14, 2017 - with Recorders.com

AALAS Austin - OCTOBER 15 to 19, 2017

The Annual fall AALAS National meeting, which is celebrating its 68th year this year at the Austin Convention Center, is where veterinary professionals from all corners of the world come together to enjoy five days of continuing education through workshops, lectures, poster presentations, and exhibits. With a vast membership, this meeting is designed to be interdisciplinary in nature, offering something for everyone in the veterinary profession. As the worlds’ largest conference of its kind specializing in the education of veterinary professionals concerned with the production, care, and use of laboratory animals, it is a must attend event this year.

ACVR Phoenix - OCTOBER 18 to 21, 2017

AAFP Denver - OCTOBER 19 to 22, 2017 - with Recorders.com

The annual AAFP Conference, held at the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel, is the perfect event for veterinary practitioners specializing in feline medicine and those interested in expanding their knowledge. This years’ conference theme is feline infectious diseases and pediatrics and all sessions include material geared toward both experienced and newly minted feline practitioners. This conference is guaranteed to leave all its purrfessional attendees feline fine.

ACVP Vancouver, Canada - NOVEMBER 4 to 8, 2017

The Annual Meeting of ACVP and ASVCP is the one of the only conferences in America specifically designed for veterinary professionals interested in or currently practicing animal pathology. This conference, held at the Vancouver Convention Centre and the Fairmont Waterfront Vancouver Hotel on the beautiful Vancouver, BC, Canada waterfront, includes a plenary session on autophagy, concurrent sessions on ear pathology, pathology of commercial salmonids, mouse development, and forensic pathology, symposia on cell death, apoptosis to necrosis, and prion diseases, and a post meeting workshop on ultra structural pathology. Combined with a mix of joint and separate curricula and an incredible opportunity to network and collaborate with your peers, this conference will be pawfection.

AAEP San Antonio - NOVEMBER 18 to 20, 2017

As the only equine medicine-focused conference in America, the 63rd Annual AAEP Convention is an incredible opportunity for veterinary professionals with a focus on large animals or equine practices. Historically, this convention has attracted attendees from all over the world, and 2017 promises to be no different. Not only are attendees exposed to a weekend with over 130 hours of available continuing education in the area of equine medicine, but they also have to opportunity to network with the conferences’ 5000+ other attendees. This show, hosted at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, is an incredible opportunity to not grow your knowledge in equine medicine but also to help raise funds for the AAEP foundation to benefit the health and welfare of the horse. Don’t let your attendance be a spur of the moment decision.

CVC San Diego - DECEMBER 7 to 10, 2017 (Booth #104) - with Executive Communication Services

CVC San Diego, the final CVC conference of 2017 and held at the San Diego Convention Center in one of the most beautiful cities in America, promises to be an experience in continuing education that attendees will not soon forget. Over four days, veterinary professionals from around the world will have the chance to choose from over 450 different education sessions covering topics in the clinic, practice management, and technician education areas, all lead by world-class veterinary professionals. The exhibit hall, and the last that Dragon Veterinary will be attending in 2017, will be home to over 120 different exhibitors, each offering new knowledge and technologies that can benefit any veterinary professional. As the final major veterinary conference of 2017, anything is pawsible.


Previously Attended Shows

CVMA Charlottetown, Canada - JULY 13 to 16, 2017 (Booth #505)

At this small but impactful show held on picturesque Price Edward Island at the Delta Price Edward and PEI Convention Center, individuals from all types of veterinary professions have the opportunity to come together and learn about the newest advances in the veterinary medicine field. The conference, which boasts a strong scientific program, will feature over 40 different speakers and more than 28 hours of available continuing education programs through 105 wet labs and concurrent sessions. The event is capped off with an 85-space exhibit hall, allowing attendees to unleash their potential.

Bain Fallon Memorial Lectures Gold Coast, Australia - JULY 9 to 13, 2017 (Attendee)

The 39th annual Bain Fallon Memorial Lectures and EVA Nurses Conference is a very exciting conference brought to you by the Equine Veterinary Association of Australia. Considered to be one of the best opportunities for equine continuing education in the southern hemisphere, this event attracts over 200 professionals specializing in equine medicine who not only get the chance to expand and share their knowledge and experience a phenomenal opportunity to network with their peers, but also learn about the best new innovations and technologies designed specifically for equine veterinary practices during the trade show. To top is all off, the show is held on the beautiful Australian Gold Cost, ensuring that it will be a galloping good time!

ANZCVS Gold Coast, Australia - JULY 6 to 8, 2017 (Booth #11)

This conference, the only non North-American Conference that Dragon Veterinary is planning to attend in 2017, is an incredible opportunity to meet with other veterinary professionals and to celebrate excellence in veterinary science! Although it is a small conference compared to some of it's massive North American counterparts, this little show is a serious powerhouse, offering a jam-packed schedule of CE across a number of different veterinary disciplines. These sessions are all led by individuals in the forefront of their fields, so it is guaranteed that all sessions will be an incredible opportunity for all veterinary professionals. Located on the beautiful Australian Gold Coast, also known as Surfers' Paradise, this conference is guaranteed to make a splash!

PacVet Long Beach - JUNE 29 to JULY 2, 2017 (Booth #604) - with Executive Communication Services

This year PacVet has brought incredible continuing education programs together with a world-class vacation destination sure to leave any veterinary professional inspired. The event, hosted at the Long Beach Convention Center, offers over 240 hours in continuing education (more than 28 hours of which are technician specific) in over 230 sessions and labs, all of which are complemented by the two-day Vet Expo with over 125 exhibitors showing the newest developments in veterinary technology and medicine. PacVet 2017 is the ultimate Vetcation.

ACVIM National Harbour - JUNE 7 to 10, 2017 (Booth #237) - with StartStop

The 2017 ACVIM Forum blends together leading-edge scientific research, state-of-the-art lectures, and exclusive networking opportunities to connect you with the best and brightest of the veterinary industry. This year the forum, held at the beautiful Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center, has over 600 sessions that allow attendees to earn up to 38 hours of continuing education taught by industry leaders. It is also an opportunity to see what’s new in the veterinary world with the two-day, 120-booth exhibit hall. It is a must-see event for every veterinary professional.

CVC Virginia Beach - MAY 18 to 21, 2017 (Booth #304) - with Vox Scripta

CVC Virginia Beach is the first of three annual CVC conferences held across the United States that pride themselves in being smart, easy, and affordable. Over four days some of the veterinary professions’ most highly regarded educators will deliver over 500 hours of continuing education, including an opportunity to Ask the Experts. The show also features three primary programs for veterinary professionals, including a clinical program, practice management program, and technician program, alongside numerous clinical techniques courses and a three-day exhibit hall featuring over 120 exhibitors, all under one roof at the Virginia Beach Convention Center. It will definitely be a pawsome conference.

APVC Halifax - APRIL 21 to 23, 2017 (Attendee)

Although Dragon Veterinary was unable to exhibit at this conference this year, we were really excited about future opportunities here and decided to attend as an attendee instead - and what a great experience! This cool little conference is the perfect size for any veterinary professional looking to gain a few CE hours from some incredible professionals and attend an exhibit hall that is designed so that all attendees can see all the booths of interest to them and have the opportunity to really talk to and learn from those companies. Furthermore, set in the Marriott Harbourfront Hotel in the beautiful Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, this experience is one that non of the attendees will soon forget (us included)!

AAHA Nashville - MARCH 30 to APRIL 1, 2017 (Booth #259)

With fun and learning at the center of their program, AAHA is bound to be a hoot for all attendees. The show itself features an incredible showcase of veterinary education, social events, and networking opportunities, all on the backdrop of the musical, culinary, and cultural exhilaration that is Nashville, TN. The conference also features a three-day exhibit hall in Music City Center with over 200 exhibitors offering the latest and greatest in veterinary medicine. This show should be the No. 1 conference on your playlist.

WVC Las Vegas - MARCH 5 to 9, 2017 (Booth #4632)

At the 89th Annual WVC, held at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center, attendees can expect to have the opportunity to create their own learning experience with over 1000 hours of continuing education, world-renowned speakers and performers, including National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore, comedienne Kathleen Madigan, and country musician Gary Allen, optional hands-on labs at the state-of-the-art Oquendo Center, and over 500 exhibitors offering some of the most advanced medical technologies available in the veterinary field. It is guaranteed to be an event that will be remembered furever.

NAVC Orlando - FEBRUARY 4 to 8, 2017 (Booth #3532)

As one of the largest veterinary conferences in the world, NAVC offers a wide variety of learning opportunities to attendees including over 350 nationally-renowned speakers, 1200 veterinary continuing education sessions, and numerous hands-on-labs, masterclasses, and luncheons designed for veterinarians, veterinary technicians, practice managers, and support staff. The show also features a four-day, 670 booth exhibit hall in the Orange County Convention Center where conference attendees can explore all the latest advances in veterinary medicine and technology. It is guaranteed to be a pawsitively good time.