Hyatt Regency | New Orleans, LA

VETgirl U
June 28 – 30, 2024

June 27 Master Classes (Pre-registration Required)  

Registration Info

⁣⁣⁣⁣Meet me in the Big Easy!

Y’all better hold onto your stethoscopes, because VETgirl is coming to New Orleans! That’s right, pack your bags and head on down to the Big Easy for VETgirl U 2024, the veterinary conference you won’t want to miss. From June 27-30, join us at the Hyatt Regency for an educational experience like no other. With TED-talk-like, case-based lectures presented by the profession’s brightest minds, you’ll be sure to learn something new. But who says CE has to be all work and no play? We promise to bring the excitement and cultural richness of New Orleans right along with us. So come on down and laissez les bon temps rouler!

We promise it’ll be the most clinically relevant, practical CE you get live (well, besides our online webinars).

Late Pricing

  • Veterinarian Track (SOLD OUT – Sign-Up for the waitlist on the registration website)
    Members $899 | Non-Members $999
  • Veterinary Technician Track* (SOLD OUT – Sign-Up for the waitlist on the registration website)
    Members $699 | Non-Members $799

What’s Included …

  • TED-talk Like CE Sessions
  • Up to 18.75 hours of CE
  • Meals (Breakfast/Lunch)
  • Coffee & Refreshment Breaks
  • Printed Proceedings
  • Amazing Swag
  • FREE Daycare^ & Nursing Rooms
  • Evening Event

*Pricing is valid only for the veterinary technician track registration. Veterinary Technicians who attend the veterinarian track must pay in accordance with the veterinarian registration fees. ^Daycare registration is provided on a first-come, first-served basis allocated based on the registration date. When registering for this conference, you’re agreeing to the VETgirl Conference Attendee Policy and Guidelines. Review New Orleans visitor safety information.

Education

Select from 2 Tracks in 2024!

VETgirl U 2024 is back and better than ever! And let me tell you, we’re bringing some serious knowledge to the Bayou. With not one, but TWO tracks (for veterinarians and veterinary technicians), we’re covering everything from diabetes mellitus to toxicology. VETgirl U 2024 is all about learning and exploring, and who wouldn’t want to do that while noshing on some beignets and sipping on some chicory coffee? See you there, y’all!

>> Veterinarian Track Agenda

>> Veterinary Technician Track Agenda

>> View Venue Maps | >> Take a Virtual Tour


Preliminary Agenda

6/27 (Pre-Conference) Master Classes & Registration
6/28 Sessions & Exhibits
6/29 Sessions & Exhibits
6/30 Sessions & Exhibits
Download Veterinarian Track Agenda
Download Vet Tech Track Agenda

New in 2024! Master Classes

Learn from the Masters

Join us for a Master Class, led by some of the top experts in the profession. This is a unique opportunity to dive deeper into specific topics and gain valuable knowledge and skills to elevate your practice. Don’t miss out on this chance to invest in your professional development. Space is limited to 100 attendees per master class only. These are pre-conference sessions that require additional enrollment and registration to attend.

Choose from 2 Master Classes…

  • Anesthesia/Analgesia Master Class
    • Dr. Jane Quandt, MS, DACVAA, DACVECC & Dr. Jeannette Cremer, DACVAA present 7 hours of advanced didactic lecture Master Class on all things anesthesia along with simulator practice!

>> Preview Agenda

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  • Neurology Master Class
    • Dr. Arturo Otamendi, DACVIM (Neurology) & Dr. Rose Peters, DACVIM (Neurology) present 7 hours of an advanced didactic lecture Master Class on all things neurology. After all, we all need help with T3-L3!

>> Preview Agenda

Date: Thursday, June 27 (Pre-conference Event)
Location: Hyatt Regency, Ballroom Pending
CE Credit Hours: 7/Master Class
Capacity: 100 Attendees Each

*Pending RACE approval


Speakers

Speakers are being added regularly – check back for updates!

Anesthesia/Analgesia

Jeannette Cremer, DVM, DACVAA

Dr. Jeannette Cremer is a Diplomate American College of Veterinary Anesthesia and Analgesia and is certified in the Chi Institute of Chinese Medicine (Equine and Small Animal). More info coming soon!

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Radiology

Anthony Fischetti, DVM, MS, DACVR

Dr. Fischetti is the Department Head of Diagnostic Imaging at the Schwarzman Animal Medical Center in Manhattan. He received his veterinary degree from Cornell University, internship training at the University of Pennsylvania, and Residency/Master’s Degree from The Ohio State University.

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Emergency Critical Care

Kelly Foltz, CVT, VTS (ECC)

Kelly Foltz is a 1999 graduate of Mercer University with a bachelor’s degree in English and a 2006 graduate of Athens Technical College with an associate of applied technology degree in Veterinary Technology. She joined the Academy of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Technicians and Nurses in 2012 with recertifications in 2017 and 2022. From 2012-2020, Kelly was employed by Auburn University’s College of Veterinary Medicine as an inpatient/urgent care technician and supervisor and in August of 2020 she relocated to Gainesville, FL to accept a position as an ICU shift lead at the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine. In 2022, Kelly joined BluePearl as their Mid-Atlantic Regional Nursing Partner, where she serves as a nurse administrator for hospitals in MD, VA, KY, TN, NC, SC, and GA. In addition to her clinical work, Kelly is a lecturer, author, educator, and served on the AVMA Committee on Veterinary Technician Education and Activities from 2017-23, serving as Vice Chair in 2021-2022 and as Chair in 2022-2023. She has represented technicians on the AVMA Task Force on Veterinary Technician Utilization in 2019 and the Working Group on Veterinary Technician Utilization in 2020-21. Her professional interests include technician engagement and education, feline medicine, neonatal and pediatric nursing, trauma, and vascular access. Kelly maintains active credentials in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, and North Carolina. In an alternate universe, she is a flower farmer, pickle entrepreneur, and full-time beekeeper.

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Tiffany Gendron, CVT, VTS (ECC)

Tiffany grew up in a small mill town in the White Mountains of northern New Hampshire. She attended Becker College in central Massachusetts and while there she had the opportunity to work at Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine where she recognized her desire to specialize in emergency and critical care medicine.

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(Canine and Feline Practice)

Sara E. Gonzalez, DVM, MS, DABVP

Dr. Sara E. Gonzalez received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (2011) and Master of Science (2007) degrees from the University of Florida. In 2021, she became a diplomate of the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners in Canine and Feline Practice. After graduation, she spent several years in small animal private practice in Manhattan, Kansas. Following this experience, she joined the faculty at Kansas State University as Small Animal Emergency Clinician in the Veterinary Health Center and Clinical Veterinarian in the Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory (2016-2018). In 2019, Dr. Gonzalez moved to Georgia, where she serves as Clinical Associate Professor of Community Practice and General & Behavioral Medicine Section Head in the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine Department of Small Animal Medicine and Surgery. Dr. Gonzalez instructs pre-clinical students in vaccinology, professional and clinical skills, Spectrum of Care, and dentistry. She primarily works with senior veterinary students on the Community Practice rotation. Her research interests include scholarship of teaching, vaccine titers, and dentistry. When she isn’t working, she enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, and completing artistic endeavors.

Amy Johnson, BS, LVT, RLATG, CVJ

Amy graduated from Bel-Rea Institute’s Veterinary Technician Program in 2000 after receiving her BS in biology from the University of Nebraska in 1996. Amy worked as a veterinary assistant and receptionist while going through school and after graduation, she worked in small animal emergency and general practices and in university research labs.

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Internal Medicine

Patty Lathan, DVM, DACVIM

Patty Lathan, VMD, MS, DACVIM, is an associate professor of small animal internal medicine at Louisiana State University. Previously, she was on faculty at Mississippi State University. Her primary interest is endocrinology, specifically the management of adrenal disease and diabetes mellitus. She has published several articles and book chapters, given lectures throughout the United States and internationally, and currently serves as the President of the Society for Comparative Endocrinology. Her students also publish educational endocrine music videos as an assignment for her elective, and those can be viewed on her YouTube channel.

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Emergency & Critical Care; Toxicology

Justine Lee, DVM, DACVECC, DABT

VETgirl was the brainchild of Dr. Justine Lee. Years ago, while frantically studying for her board examination(s), she decided to take some time out to relieve some stress (aka “panic) by running. While pounding the pavement, she thought, “Why can’t I listen to this stuff on my Walkman while I exercise?” (She is old, and this was pre-iPod days). Since sleeping on top of her textbooks didn’t appear to osmotically work, she decided that this “listen and learn” modality would truly be the best way to “take it all” in while frantically multi-tasking. And that’s when she teamed up with techno-savvy Dr. Pachtinger to create VETgirl…

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Gastroenterology

Sue Yee Lim, DVM, PhD

Sue graduated with a DVM from Universiti Putra Malaysia in 2009 and went on to continue her studies at Hokkaido University. She graduated with her PhD in Veterinary Internal Medicine in 2014 and her research was focused mainly on the application of contrast-enhanced ultrasound (CEUS) for the diagnosis of canine pancreatitis. After finishing her PhD, she returned to Malaysia where she taught as a Senior Lecturer before continuing her research on pancreatic lipases in the GI Laboratory at Texas A&M. She has since gained her ECFVG certification, making her a licensed veterinarian in the United States and she hopes to pursue a residency in the future.

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Internal Medicine

Alison Manchester, MS, DVM, DACVIM

Alison Manchester grew up in Rochester, NY and later attended veterinary school at Cornell University. During her DVM studies, a project on E. coli-associated granulomatous colitis solidified her interest in gastroenterology. Dr. Manchester completed her Small Animal Internal Medicine training at Colorado State University and became board-certified by the ACVIM in 2018. She has recently completed a PhD focused on immune responses in dogs and cats with chronic intestinal inflammation. Her research intermeshes clinical trials and benchtop experiments, utilizing non-invasive samples and novel platforms to expand understanding of gut health and disease. She enjoys hiking, cooking, and reading fiction in her spare time.

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Eric Miller, CFA

Eric has served over 20 years in the financial industry and co-owns a national financial planning company dedicated to serving the needs of healthcare owners as its Chief Financial Advisor. He has personally had over 20,000 conversations with practice owners at every phase of ownership. He has published countless articles, videos and podcasts on various financial topics and is an expert on matters concerning creating economic independence for a practice Owner’s business and household. He is the author of a bestselling book on Amazon: “How to Become a Financial Beast.”

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Nutrition

Vicky Ograin, MBA, RVT, VTS

Vicky received her technician degree from Los Angeles Pierce College. She served in private practice for many years in California, and then 22 years ago began a career with Hill’s Pet Nutrition, where she is a Scientific Communication Specialist VHCT, in the US Professional Veterinary Affairs department. She focuses on education for technicians and the health care team as well as strategy for veterinary technicians in tech schools and graduates.

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Dr. Sonja Olson, DVM

Dr. Sonja Olson grew up with her human and animal family members mostly in Maryland, USA. She graduated from Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine with a focus on exotic animal and conservation medicine. Her professional path led to over 25 years of practicing clinical small animal and exotic emergency medicine in both private and corporate practice environments in Virginia and in Florida. The myriad of opportunities to teach, mentor, and lead during these years were deeply fulfilling and inspirational. Through these personal and professional experiences, there developed an increased awareness of the far-reaching need for veterinary well-being awareness and healthy coping strategies. This combination fostered Sonja’s passion to better understand and increasingly support, the holistic health of the veterinary caregivers. Dr. Olson’s full-time role currently is Veterinary Wellness Educator for the BluePearl Health & Well-being Team, working alongside licensed mental health professionals. The team has had the opportunity to create initiatives and resources as well as facilitate discussions on well-being concepts that foster a more compassionate, healthy caregiving community and culture. Both in her BluePearl role and outside of work, she seeks to support veterinary associates more globally through podcasts, writing, speaking virtually and in person to veterinary colleagues, and creatively collaborating with other like-minded souls. Dr. Olson founded her wellness platform, Heartstorming Wellness in 2022 to support these well-being endeavors (https://sonjaolsondvm.com) She is certified as a Mental Health First Aid Instructor, Compassion Fatigue Educator through The Figley Institute, a Certified Mindful Meditation Instructor, an AVMA Wellbeing Educator, Teacher Trainer in Trauma-Informed Care and Secondary Traumatic Stress, and a Certified Instructor for Emotional Intelligence & Psychological Safety. Her recently published book “Creating Well-being and Building Resilience in the Veterinary Profession: A Call to Life” was released in March 2022 through Routledge Publishers (Amazon - Creating Wellbeing and Building Resilience in the Veterinary Profession: Olson, Sonja A.: 9780367418793: Books) and is now available on Audible as of April 2023. Hobbies: Re-energizing for herself comes from enjoying downtime with her husband and furry kids, gardening, yoga, trail running, and deepening her vipassana meditation practices.

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Neurology

Arturo Otamendi, DVM, DACVIM (Neurology)

Dr. Arturo Otamendi attended Louisiana State University where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Sciences. Following the completion of his undergraduate studies, Dr. Otamendi attended Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine where he received a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree. He then completed a yearlong small animal rotating medicine and surgery internship at North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Following that, Dr. Otamendi completed a neurology & neurosurgery residency at Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine. He then practiced clinical neurology in the San Francisco Bay Area for 4 years before returning to New Orleans to practice neurology and be closer to family. Dr. Otamendi was born in Venezuela and moved to the New Orleans area at 9 years old. He is also a life-long musician, with his main instruments being trombone and bassoon. He currently performs as Bassoonist for the Symphony of New Orleans. Dr. Otamendi’s clinical interests include inflammatory brain disorders, spinal surgery, and neuro oncology.

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Emergency & Critical Care

Garret Pachtinger, VMD, DACVECC

Dr. Garret Pachtinger, DACVECC is the Chief Operating Officer and Co-Founder of VETgirl and is committed to veterinary education through technology. Dr. Pachtinger is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. Following veterinary school, he completed a one-year internship in small animal medicine and surgery, a one-year internship in emergency and critical care, and a three-year residency in emergency and critical care at the University of Pennsylvania, becoming a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care in 2010. After completion of his residency, Dr. Pachtinger joined the Veterinary Specialty and Emergency Center in Levittown, Pa.

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Clinical Pathology

Barbie Papajeski, MS, LVT, RLATG, VTS (Clinical Pathology)

Barbie teaches clinical pathology and laboratory animal courses in the veterinary technology program at Murray State University and is a continuing education instructor for the Veterinary Support Personnel Network. Before full-time teaching, she worked at the Breathitt Veterinary Center diagnostic laboratory. She currently serves as secretary of the Academy of Veterinary Clinical Pathology Technicians and the Kentucky Veterinary Technician Association. She resides in western Kentucky, near Land Between the Lakes, where she loves to hike with her 2 sons and husband. She shares her home with 3 dogs, 4 cats, and an assortment of feathered and scaled animals.

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Neurology

Rose Peters, DVM, DACVIM (Neurology)

Dr. Rose Peters graduated from the University of Illinois in 2005 and went on to complete a rotating internship in small animal medicine and surgery with VCA. Afterwards, she worked as an emergency clinician for canine, feline, and non-traditional species in a New Orleans multi-specialty practice where she ultimately became the head of the department. She also became certified in veterinary acupuncture through CSU to expand the Rehabilitation department services during that time. Neurology has been a long-time passion, and Dr. Peters finally left New Orleans to complete a Neurology internship at a multispecialty practice in Virginia, and then completed a residency with board certification in Neurology at the University of Florida. She also holds the ACVIM certification in Neurosurgery and has enjoyed a broad range of medical and surgical cases in her time working in multispecialty private practices in New Orleans and South Florida. She is happy to have returned to the University of Illinois to join old friends on the clinical neurology team as an assistant professor of veterinary clinical neurology. She is interested in finding the most effective ways to empower veterinary students, house officers, and graduated veterinarians with the skills required to serve today’s community needs. Rose’s research focus is on veterinary neurology medical education with additional special interests in neurologic problems in non-traditional species and integrative medicine for the neurologic patient. Rose is the recipient of the Heiligenstein Excellence in Teaching Award and is repeatedly ranked “excellent” by her students.

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Anesthesia/Analgesia; Emergency & Critical Care

Jane Quandt, DVM, MS, DACVAA, DACVECC

Dr. Quandt obtained her DVM from Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1987. Following this, Dr. Quandt was in a small animal practice for one year then decided to pursue an anesthesia residency and board certification. She completed an anesthesia residency and Masters in anesthesia at the University of Minnesota and became boarded in anesthesia in 1993. In order to improve her ability to manage critical cases, Dr. Quandt then completed a second residency in small animal emergency and critical care and became boarded in small animal emergency and critical care in 2007. Dr. Quandt was on faculty at the College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Minnesota and is currently a tenured full professor in comparative anesthesia at the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Quandt has had the privilege of be awarding the Carl Norden-Pfizer Distinguished Veterinary Teacher Award and the Zoetis Distinguished Veterinary Teacher Award.

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Parasitology

Kathryn Reif, PhD, MSPH

Dr. Kathryn Reif is an associate professor and the inaugural holder of the Bailey-Goodwin Endowed Professorship in Parasitology in the Department of Pathobiology in the College of Veterinary Medicine at Auburn University. Dr. Reif’s research interests broadly revolve around vectors and vector-borne diseases of veterinary, medical and agricultural importance, with a primary focus on ticks and tick-borne pathogens of public health and veterinary concern.

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Ophthalmology

Shelby Reinstein, DVM, MS, DACVO

Dr. Shelby Reinstein, MS, DACVO is a board-certified ophthalmologist residing in the beautiful area of Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Dr. Reinstein obtained her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine and Master of Science degrees from Kansas State University and completed her fellowship and residency in Ophthalmology at The Matthew J. Ryan Veterinary Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.

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Dermatology

Andrew Rosenberg, DVM, DACVD

Dr. Andrew Rosenberg earned his Bachelor of Science with distinction in research from Cornell University in 2005 and Cornell Veterinary School in 2009. He completed his 3-year dermatology residency with Animal Dermatology Clinic in southern California in 2013 and achieved Diplomate status with the America College of Veterinary Dermatology in the same year. He received the American College of Veterinary Dermatology Clinical Science Residents Research Award for his work in cyclosporine (Atopica) associated gingival overgrowth in dogs. He is the President-elect of the American College of Veterinary Dermatology. He has multiple publications and lectures throughout nationally and internationally. He has appeared on television on Animal Planet’s the Zoo, News12 New Jersey and Nat Geo Mundo. He has been on numerous radio shows and podcasts. Dr. Rosenberg has a strong interest in both allergies and autoimmune skin diseases. While not in the office, he donates his time to treat skin conditions of animals in zoos and wildlife centers. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with Jackson, his Labrador retriever, as well as skiing and traveling.

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Nutrition

Catherine Ruggiero, MS, DVM, DACVIM

Dr. Catherine Ruggiero is a board certified veterinary nutritionist and manager of Scientific Communications at Hill's US. She completed her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine training at the University of Missouri in 2014. Prior to that, she received a Bachelor of Science at St. Lawrence University and a Master of Science in Biological Sciences at Fordham University. She was an associate veterinarian at a small animal veterinary practice in Upstate New York for just over three years before returning to the University of Missouri to pursue residency training in small animal clinical nutrition. Upon completion of an ACVN residency program in 2019, Dr. Ruggiero joined Hill's Pet Nutrition.

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(Feline Practice)

Kelly St. Denis, MSc, DVM, DABVP

Dr. Kelly St. Denis is a practicing feline medicine specialist, board certified with the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners. Dr. St. Denis is medical co-editor of the AAFP Feline Practitioner Magazine with Dr. Jessica Quimby and co-editor of the Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery with Dr. Andy Sparkes. Dr. St. Denis is a consultant on the Veterinary Information Network in feline internal medicine and lectures internationally on all things feline.

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Rachel Starr, DVM

Dr. Rachel Starr graduated from Michigan State University, College of Veterinary Medicine, in 2000. She began her work as a veterinarian as a mixed animal practitioner in rural Ohio and then as a shelter veterinarian in Columbus, OH. She moved back to Michigan in 2005 and become a small animal veterinarian in the Traverse City area. After an initial interest in surgery, she began to explore alternative therapies, learning Veterinary Orthopedic Manipulation in 2010, and adding frequency specific laser therapy in 2011. She also took an introductory course in Nutrition Response Testing in 2011. After starting to incorporate it into veterinary practice, she decided to pursue Advanced Clinic Training and graduated from that program in 2018. She is currently practicing in two small animal clinics in Northern Michigan where she is passionate about non-invasive, non-pharmaceutical holistic therapies.

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Included with your registration, VETgirl provides you with a printed copy of all the proceedings which will be distributed during conference check-in. We will have additional proceedings available for sale at the swag shop.

Not able to attend this year? Get your copy of the veterinarian track or veterinary technician track proceedings.

To the entire VETgirl crew – THANK YOU! This was my first VETgirl conference and it exceeded all expectations!!! I’ve been going to conferences all over the country for the past 26 years and this has become my absolute favorite!!! See you in NOLA!

- VETgirl U 2023 Attendee

Hotel + Area

Enjoy Luxury Accommodations in the Heart of NOLA

Thank you to everyone who put on the VETgirl 2023 conference! This was my first ever veterinary conference and I was completely blown away! The amazing location, great CE, awesome swag … the list goes on!

- VETgirl U 2023 Attendee

Events & Services

All the Extras to Make Your Experience Awesome!

VETgirl U On-Demand

Missed previous VETgirl U conferences, but don’t want to miss the clinically relevant TED-talk lectures? All of the practical VETgirl U lectures from previous live events are available on demand. Whether you are a member or a non-member, you can get them now and earn yourself 20+ hrs of RACE-approved CE.

Connect with Industry Partners

Exhibitors & Sponsors

Friday 6/28 8 AM - 5 PM
Saturday 6/29 8 AM - 5 PM
Sunday 6/30 8 AM - 12 PM

Thank you to our exhibitors

Connect with 50+ industry partners between sessions. Connect and explore exhibits in your downtime during breaks.

Booth #

Exhibitor

TBD

AKC Reunite

22

Antech Diagnostics

TBD

Balto Dog Braces (BaltoUSA)

TBD

Banfield Pet Hospital

TBD

BCP Veterinary Pharmacy

37

Blue Buffalo Veterinary Diets

41

BluePearl Veterinary Partners

42

Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health USA Inc.

28

Ceva Animal Health

32

CityVet

TBD

Covetrus

TBD

CUBEX

36

Dechra

30

Econologics Financial Advisors, LLC

38

Elanco

TBD

Epicur Pharma

29

Erchonia Corporation

24

ExeGi Pharma

TBD

Feed Real Institute

43

Freshpet

TBD

GerVetUSA Inc

16

Hill's Pet Nutrition

21

HotDog Patient Warming

18

IDEXX

47

IndeVets

TBD

Innovetive Petcare

TBD

Johnson & Johnson MedTech

TBD

Just Food for Dogs

Booth #

Exhibitor

39

KeraVet Bio

48

Lap of Love

33

Louisiana State University-School of Vet Med

TBD

MediLoupes

27

Merck Animal Health

23

MiDOG Animal Diagnostics

17

MSPCA Angell

19

National Veterinary Associations (NVA)

TBD

NectarVet

31

Nutramax Laboratories Veterinary Sciences, Inc.

35

O'Brien Veterinary Group

TBD

PetDx

TBD

petMAP

TBD

PetSmart Veterinary Services

49 & 50

Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diets

20

Rose Micro Solutions

26

Royal Canin

TBD

Sarstedt

TBD

Schultz Technology

TBD

Scratch Pay Financial

TBD

The One Medical Devices Technology Appliance Co., Ltd.

34

VCA

25

Veterinary Emergency Group (VEG)

15

Veterinary Practice Partners

TBD

VetRad

40

Weave

TBD

Xoran Technologies

Booth #

Exhibitor

TBD

AKC Reunite

22

Antech Diagnostics

TBD

Balto Dog Braces (BaltoUSA)

TBD

Banfield Pet Hospital

TBD

BCP Veterinary Pharmacy

37

Blue Buffalo Veterinary Diets

41

BluePearl Veterinary Partners

42

Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health USA Inc.

28

Ceva Animal Health

32

CityVet

TBD

Covetrus

TBD

CUBEX

36

Dechra

30

Econologics Financial Advisors, LLC

38

Elanco

TBD

Epicur Pharma

29

Erchonia Corporation

24

ExeGi Pharma

TBD

Feed Real Institute

43

Freshpet

TBD

GerVetUSA Inc

16

Hill's Pet Nutrition

21

HotDog Patient Warming

18

IDEXX

47

IndeVets

TBD

Innovetive Petcare

TBD

Johnson & Johnson MedTech

TBD

Just Food for Dogs

39

KeraVet Bio

48

Lap of Love

33

Louisiana State University-School of Vet Med

TBD

MediLoupes

27

Merck Animal Health

23

MiDOG Animal Diagnostics

17

MSPCA Angell

19

National Veterinary Associations (NVA)

TBD

NectarVet

31

Nutramax Laboratories Veterinary Sciences, Inc.

35

O'Brien Veterinary Group

TBD

PetDx

TBD

petMAP

TBD

PetSmart Veterinary Services

49 & 50

Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diets

20

Rose Micro Solutions

26

Royal Canin

TBD

Sarstedt

TBD

Schultz Technology

TBD

Scratch Pay Financial

TBD

The One Medical Devices Technology Appliance Co., Ltd.

34

VCA

25

Veterinary Emergency Group (VEG)

15

Veterinary Practice Partners

TBD

VetRad

40

Weave

TBD

Xoran Technologies

Thank you to our 2024 sponsors

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Interested in becoming an EXHIBITOR or SPONSOR?  Get all the details here including the 2024 VETgirl U Exhibitor Application (we’ve gone completely digital)!

Executive Exhibit Experience

What’s included …

  • 1 Standard Table
  • 2 Chairs
  • 2 Exhibitor Passes (additional can be purchased for $100 ea.) (Additional fee applies for CE credit)
  • 1 lead retrieval tool (app license download)
  • 1 waste bin
  • Access to Breakfast/Lunch Buffets

$3,000

New in 2024! Premium Exhibitor Experience

  • Executive Exhibit Experience Included Plus …
  • “Front of Line” Booth Selection
  • Evening Events Access
  • Attendee Backpack & Swag (2/booth)
  • Copy of the Printed Proceedings (2/booth)

$3,500

Reserve your booth and get all the details in our exhibitor kit. Click on the button below to submit your application.

Thanks VETgirl for an amazing conference, and beautiful location and for making me feel special. So relaxing and so much to take back to my practice! See you next year.

- VETgirl U 2023 Attendee