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.
Don’t miss this spectacular CE opportunity!
Build your schedule from over 240+ CE hours in 14 tracks for veterinarians, technicians, and staff. There are more than 220 CE sessions with labs and workshops offered in multiple tracks including small animal medicine, small animal surgery, shelter medicine, avian/exotics, equine, technician, practice management, backyard food animal, wellness, and USDA Veterinary Accreditation Renewal.
You can network with veterinary professionals from throughout the United States, Canada, and other countries while enjoying evening receptions, events, and a two-day exhibit hall featuring more than 125 exhibitors showcasing the hottest trends in veterinary medicine.
PacVet is pleased to invite your organization to be a part of our two-day Vet Expo at our conference in San Francisco. The Vet Expo is a great opportunity to show off your products and services to the veterinary community.
Vast Exposure A two-day Vet Expo allows you to showcase your products and services to key audiences. Connect with more than 1,700 veterinary professionals.
Exceptional Traffic Nintey-five percent of conference attendees visit the Vet Expo. We feature numerous crowd-drawing raffles, complimentary lunch, coffee breaks, and events in the Vet Expo.
Exhibitors are recognized on the conference website, conference program, conference app, and in related marketing materials.
Tremendous Reach PacVet continues to receive excellent survey response from attendees. 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.
Mr. Baker, is the author of What’s That?! A Beginner’s Guide to Veterinary Abdominal Ultrasound and What’s Next? A Guide to Veterinary Ultrasound of the Eye, Neck, and Shoulder and Guided Sampling Techniques. He obtained his BS in animal husbandry at California State University, Fresno. Mr. Baker now consults in ultrasound for the Smithsonian National Zoological Park in Washington D.C. and provides continuing education in ultrasound at national veterinary meetings and in private practices.