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PVMA CE Lecture: Canine Degenerative Valve Disease/Surgical Oncology Principles
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PVMA CE Lecture: Canine Degenerative Valve Disease/Surgical Oncology Principles

11/14/2017
When: Tuesday, November 14, 2017
7:30 PM
Where: Portland Government Building
800 NE Oregon St
Portland, Oregon  97232
United States
Contact: Cristina Keef
5032287387


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An Update on the Treatment of Canine Degenerative Valve Disease

Dr. Bryan Bottorff, Cardiology Northwest


 

Originally from the Midwest, Dr. Bottorff now calls the Pacific Northwest his home. After completing his residency at Oregon State University in 2009 he became board certified in Cardiology, and he has been practicing in Seattle since 2012. In his spare time, Dr. Bottorff enjoys traveling, outdoor adventures, and spending time with his family. He shares his home with his wife, young daughter, their two cats (Bogart and Rooney), and Australian Shepherd (Tucker).

Dr. Bottorff’s endless compassion for pets and people make him a perfect fit for the Cardiology Northwest team. His addition will increase our availability for you and your furry family members.

 

 

 

Surgical Oncology Principles and Case Examples

Dr. John Wooldridge, Veterinary Cancer & Surgery Specialists

John Wooldridge DVM

 

 

Dr. Wooldridge attended veterinary school at Atlantic Veterinary College of the University of Prince Edward Island, before completing an internship in small animal medicine and surgery at The Animal Medical Center in New York City, and then a residency in small animal surgery at the University of California, Davis. He became board certified as a specialist in small animal surgery by the American College of Veterinary Surgeons in 2001. Dr. Wooldridge co-founded Veterinary Cancer & Surgery Specialists in 2014, and has been in specialty practice in the Portland area since 1999.

His professional interests span both soft tissue and orthopedic surgery, including oncologic (cancer) surgery, hepatobiliary and urinary system surgery, fracture repair, cranial cruciate ligament disease, patellar luxation, and the relationship of limb alignment to common orthopedic problems.

 

 

7:30 pm: Presentation

 

Sponsored by: Columbia Bank

Cost: (can be paid at the door by cash/check)
Member Veterinarians‐ no charge
Non‐member Veterinarians‐ $25
Veterinary Team Affiliates‐ no charge
Veterinary Team Members‐ $10
  
Plentiful free parking is available in the adjacent lot or on the street. The lecture will be held in one of the meeting rooms on the main floor of the building so it should be easy to find us!

 

Light refreshments provided

 

 

1.5 CE Credits

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