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Reference Desk May 2012

International Veterinary Senior Care Society to Present First Lecture Series

    IVSCS Is Joining the CanCog Conference

    FORT WORTH, Texas, May 23, 2012—The International Veterinary Senior Care Society (IVSCS) is pleased to announce its first collaboration for lecture presentations, to be held in conjunction with the 2nd Annual CanCog Conference on Behavior, Cognition and Aging in Companion Animals.  The conference will be held August 16-17,  2012 in Toronto, Canada.  Specific lectures by IVSCS invited speakers will be presented in the morning of Friday, August 17.  This line-up includes;  Dr. Dave Bruyette (The Value of Senior Wellness Testing),  Dr. Susan Little (Senior Cats – Evaluating Weight Loss), and Dr. Heidi Lobprise (Teeth Get Old, Too!), among others.

    Additional information on the conference, including other CanCog presentations, can be found at: http://www.canineconference.com.

    Those interested in joining the IVSCS can find further information on www.ivscs.org, and may also join the IVSCS group on LinkedIn.  http://www.linkedin.com/groups/International-Veterinary-Senior-Care-Society

    About IVSCS
    The IVSCS’s mission is to provide resources targeting the complete health care needs of senior pets to the veterinarian, their team and clients.

    Source: International Veterinary Senior Care Society

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