The Pacific Veterinary Conference is dedicated to providing comprehensive, current, and practical continuing education information for the entire veterinary practice team. The four day conference gives attendees the opportunity to earn CE, attend a two-day Vet Expo, and have plenty of time to spend with family and friends. PacVet attracts veterinary professionals from across the United States, Canada, and other countries. 87 percent of past conference attendees say they would recommend PacVet to their colleagues.
The Pacific Veterinary Conference is sponsored by the California Veterinary Medical Association.
The Pacific Veterinary Conference brings great continuing education to a world-class vacation destination. The four day conference gives you the opportunity to earn CE with plenty of time to spend with family and friends.
Network with veterinary professionals from throughout the United States, Canada, and other countries. Enjoy evening events and two exhibit days to discover the hottest trends in veterinary medicine featuring more than 120 exhibitors.
• Over 230+ CE hours including 28.5 hours of technician-specific CE
• 30+ speakers and 13 tracks
• More than 220 CE sessions and labs offered
• A two-day Vet Expo featuring more than 120 exhibitors
WHY EXHIBIT AT PACVET?
PacVet attracts attendees from all 50 states and 17 countries.
A two-day Vet Expo to exhibit your products or services to key audiences. Display your products and services to more than one thousand veterinary professionals.
95% of conference attendees visit the Vet Expo.
Numerous crowd-drawing grand prize raffles, meals, and snack breaks are hosted in the Vet Expo.
Exhibitors are recognized on the conference website, conference program and in marketing materials.
87% of conference attendees would recommend PacVet to their colleagues.
PacVet attracts veterinary professionals from across the United States, Canada, and other countries.
Organized veterinary medicine in California began on January 11, 1888 at a meeting held by a small group of veterinary practitioners in San Francisco. They formed the California State Veterinary Medical Association, the 14th state association in the nation.
From this small beginning, CVMA grew to its present status as one of the largest veterinary medical associations in the nation and assumed its leadership position through ambitious, innovative programs.