MVMA Spring Meeting

Friday, April 12 
Live Virtual Meeting

Registration coming soon!

Schedule

  • 8am-8:50am: "My approach to respiratory distress in practice" with Caroline Tonozzi, DVM, Dipl American College of Emergency and Critical Care (1 CEU)
  • 9am-9:50am: "Fluid therapy and shock" with Caroline Tonozzi, DVM, Dipl American College of Emergency and Critical Care (1 CEU)
  • 10am-10:50am: "Updates on parvovirus" with Caroline Tonozzi, DVM, Dipl American College of Emergency and Critical Care (1 CEU)
  • 11am-11:50am: " Common ECG abnormalities with diagnosis and treatment" with Caroline Tonozzi, DVM, Dipl American College of Emergency and Critical Care (1 CEU)
  • 12pm-1pm: Lunch Break
  • 1pm-1:50pm: "Chronic Pain and Osteoarthritis in Dogs and Cats" with Rachel Fuentes, DVM, CVA (1 CEU)
  • 2pm-2:50pm: "10 Years of Science in Canine Allergic Dermatitis: Knowledge You Need to Help Your Patients Now" with Rachel Fuentes, DVM, CVA (1 CEU)

Speakers

Caroline Tonozzi, DVM, Dipl American College of Emergency and Critical Care

Dr. Tonozzi graduated from the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine in 2003. She then completed a small animal rotating internship at VCA Veterinary Referral Associates in 2004, and went onto a residency in small animal emergency and critical care at Animal Emergency Center in Glendale, Wisconsin.  She completed her residency in 2007, and became board certified in SA ECC in 2008.  She was the director of Emergency Medicine at VCA Aurora Animal Hospital from 2007-2017, and then went on to become service head of SA ECC at University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine.  She currently works for Mission Veterinary Partners (MVP) as a clinical consultant specialist in emergency and critical care.  Dr. Tonozzi has been published in Compendium, JAVMA, and JVECC, and has lectured at local and international conferences on various topics related to small animal emergency, critical care, and surgery.  She has been a volunteer trail veterinarian for the Iditarod Sled Dog race since 2016. 

 

Rachel Fuentes, DVM, CVA

Dr. Fuentes’ formal education in veterinary medicine began by attending the State University of New York at Delhi, where she became a Licensed Veterinary Technician. After working as an LVT, Dr. Fuentes continued on to receive her DVM from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2011, having also completed a year of clinical rotations at Kansas State University. Through her years of devotion to animal medical care Dr. Fuentes became interested in acupuncture and graduated from the Chi University with her Certification in Veterinary Acupuncture. Shortly after, she became a fear free certified practitioner and is proud to approach medicine from an integrative standpoint.

 

Thank you to Zoetis for sponsoring Dr. Fuentes!