IRVINE, Calif., May 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Dermatology Forum for Veterinarians is scheduled to take place on October 6 – 8, 2017 at the Laguna Cliffs Marriott Resort and Spa. The conference will commence with a welcome reception on Thursday, October 5th and will include three days of continuing education sessions focused on dermatology related cases for veterinarians. Each session will offer practical information with a focus on valuable clinical information that can be applied in their practices to enhance ongoing management of dermatology cases.
Exhibitors from well-known pharmaceutical companies will be available to present the most advanced products and drugs available to help manage veterinary dermatology cases. The intimate setting allows attendees to receive individualized attention and support from the vendors and sponsors that they might not otherwise receive.
Derm Forum for Vets allows veterinarians an exclusive opportunity to spend the weekend with some of the most clinically experienced dermatologists in the world. Not only will attendees have the opportunity to participate in the sessions, the conference is developed around several events that allow one-on-one communication with over 20 boarded specialists. Previous attendees have commented that after attending several dermatology related conferences, that the Derm Forum for Vets is among the best that they've attended.
The location of Laguna Cliffs Resort and Spa was selected to allow attendees the opportunity to find time to enjoy the many amenities the resort and surrounding area has to offer while also receiving the most current and relevant information on veterinary dermatology for their practice.
Attendees can register for the Derm Forum for Vets by visiting, www.dermforumforvets.com or contacting Christy Ortiz at (949) 390-2990.
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SOURCE Animal Dermatology Clinic