All Your Favorite Companion Animal Free CE Webinars

by Ali Oaks | July 10, 2023

Don't miss out on the opportunity to relive all your favorite GlobalVetLink companion animal-focused webinars. Take part in the fun by selecting the date (or dates) that fit your schedule and earn a free CE credit!


Dr. Nelva Bryant, DVM, MPH

International Pet Travel 101

Wednesday, July 26th, 2023
12:00 p.m. (CT)

Uncertainty around international travel with pets has led to fear and stress among animal health professionals and their clients in the US. In this webinar, Dr. Nelva Bryant provides insights into international travel with pets, discusses the challenges of international travel, outlines the complex requirements involved that vary by country, provides suggestions to prepare clients for international travel, and demonstrates solutions that can ease the process.

Content authored and created by GlobalVetLink Expert Council Member, Dr. Nelva Bryant, President & CEO of When Pets Fly, LLC (

Learning Objectives:

  • Insights and tips for preparing for international travel with pets.
  • Challenges and regulations for international pet travel and how they vary by country.
  • Preparation for and solutions to streamline the international pet travel process.


John Jeffreys, RVT, CVPM, PHRca

Making Hawaiian Pet Travel a Breeze: A Step-By-Step GuideĀ 

Wednesday, August 9th, 2023
12:00 p.m. (CT)

Everyone may want to go to Hawaii, but the process to take a pet along can be complicated. In this webinar, John Jeffreys, RVT, CVPM, PHRca, shares an overview of Hawaii Pet Travel and what makes this destination more complicated than other domestic US destinations. Mr. Jeffreys will also share tips for easy Hawaii pet travel appointments and an example of a clinic workflow for Hawaii travel documentation. Join us to learn how to make Hawaiian pet travel a breeze!

Learning Objectives:

  • Overview of Hawaii Pet Travel and Common Complications.
  • Tips for easy Hawaii Pet Travel Appointments.
  • Preparation for and solutions to streamline the Hawaii Pet Travel process.


Valerie Ragan, DVM

Our Interconnected World, the Globe-Trotting Canine, & You

Wednesday, August 23rd, 2023
12:00 p.m. (CT)

A trip abroad with Fido might sound like just another passport stamp for a pet owner, but there are many possible impacts of a trip to a foreign country and back to the United States. In this webinar, Valerie Ragan, DVM, will share with us the importance of veterinary medicine as the first line of defense against the introduction of diseases into the U.S. Dr. Ragan will also share how global changes may impact veterinary medicine, and how veterinarians and practice staff can be prepared to ask questions if they see something unusual and what and to whom they need to report if concern arises. Join us as we dive into our interconnected world, the globe-trotting canine, and you!

Learning Objectives:

  • How Global Changes may impact Veterinary Medicine.
  • How to be prepared as the first line of defense against the introduction of animal-borne diseases into the United States.
  • Questions to Ask and What to Report when you see something unusual.

These programs are approved for one hour of continuing education credit in jurisdictions that recognize RACE approval.