Free Webinars and CE Opportunities

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At GVL, we strive to provide education and awareness to the industry on relevant topics, from new regulations affecting animal health to solutions for helping ease interstate movement of animals. We facilitate webinars with thought leaders from the industry, often providing AAVSB RACE continuing education for veterinarians and veterinary technicians.

How to Help Clients Prepare for Safe Air Cargo Transport of Pets

1 hour CE

Many veterinarians experience frustration and confusion with clients’ air travel, unsure of the plane ride experience and how to help clients prepare for the various requirements. This webinar will provide insights into air transport of animals, provide suggestions to prepare pets for travel via cargo, and demonstrate how digital health certificates (CVIs) can ease the process.

Small Animal Requirements Webinar with Dr. Valerie Ragan

1 hour CE

GVL hosted the webinar, Small Animal Requirements for Movement and Travel with Dr. Valerie Ragan, on March 13, 2019, with a great turnout and a lot of excellent discussion.

During the webinar, Dr. Ragan and GVL representatives shared some helpful resources that we have summarized on the GVL blog.

FDA Update on VFDs

1 hour CE

GVL hosted the two-part webinar series, FDA Update on VFDs, for veterinarians and animal health practitioners, as well as feed distributors/mills in May 2019.

During these webinars, Dr. Mike Apley, Dr. Chris Rademacher, Matt Frederking and Dr. Tyler Holck shared their perspectives on the FDA’s recent draft revised guidance for industry (GFI) #120 document, “Veterinary Feed Directive Regulation Questions and Answers.” These webinars cover the VFD Q&A updates from the document, as well as helpful resources for compliance.

Animal Health Officials Introduce New Extended Equine Health Certificate Program

1 hour CE

Animal Health Officials Introduce New Extended Equine Health Certificate Program, presented by  Dr. Martin Zaluski and Dr. Thach Winslow and hosted by GVL, explains the EECVI program, discusses what is being done to help ease the process of frequent equine travel, and demonstrates how EECVIs work.

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