Monthly Archives: May 2014

Still time to buy single day (and full) tickets to the Penn Vet Working Dog Conference!

Thursday, June 5th
Keynote – Dr. Cindy Otto   Welcome Banquet

Friday, June 6th
Behavior Track, Nutrition Track & Exhibitor Reception

Saturday, June 7th
Sports Medicine Track & Open House @ PVWDC

Sunday, June 8th
Emergency and Preventive Med Track & Scenario Based Training

Download full agenda HERE.



Bretagne is one of the few surviving Search & Rescue dogs that deployed following the attacks of 9/11 and is a nominee for the 2014 Hero Dog Awards.

She needs your vote to win!

As Bretagne’s designated charity partner, the Penn Vet Working Dog Center will also receive a donation made in her honor if she wins!

Vote daily thru June 6th!

Read more to learn about Bretagne, our Hero Dog.

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This Memorial Day weekend we challenge each of you to honor the memory of those who have served by posting something for which you are grateful!

Click HERE to post your gratitude.

At the Penn Vet Working Dog Center, we are extremely grateful for all the fabulous breeders who have donated puppies to our program!

Without them we wouldn’t be where we are today!

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Veterinarians and technicians can earn up to 23 hours of RACE Continuing Education at the 2014 Penn Vet Working Dog Conference.

  • 17 hrs CE – Penn VEt Working Dog Conference
  • 6 hrs CE – Scenario Based Training

Join us in June and learn more about current protocols for providing care to our nation’s valuable working dogs.


This year’s Penn Vet Working Dog Conference offers 3 opportunities for veterinarians, technicians, handlers, trainers, breeders, scientists and program managers to expand their knowledge on health and performance of working dogs.

1. VMAT K9 Decon Workshop (4 hrs CE)
2. Educational Conference (17 hrs CE)
3. Scenario Based Training Opportunity (6 hrs CE)

Learn more and register now – space is limited!

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