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Continuing Education

IndyVet’s DVM & RVT In-Person Lecture Series promotes the continuing knowledge for DVMs, Technicians, and Assistants. Our lecture series are open to all credentialed veterinary professionals.  To register, click on the button below the lecture description.  If one is not available, please return back to this site closer to the time of the lecture.

DVM Lecture Series

IndyVet’s DVM In-Person Lecture Series promotes the continuing knowledge for DVMs, Technicians, and Assistants. Open to credentialed veterinary professionals, these lectures are free. Each attendant will receive 1.5 credit hours of CE for attending live lectures.

To register, find a class that piques your interest and click on the register tab.  If one is not yet available, please come back to the page when it’s closer to the event.  We appreciate your patience and look forward to your participation!

What in the Nephron is Going on Here? An Update on Acute Kidney Injury

February 22, 2023 – IndyVet

 

Spring Fling 2023

March 4 – Indianapolis Zoo

 

RVT Lecture Series

IndyVet’s RVT Lecture Series are open to any DVMs, Technicians, and Assistants at no cost. Each attendant will receive 1.0 credit hours of CE for attending live lectures.  A registration button will be below the lecture information, but if one is not available yet, please come back to register closer to the event’s time.  Thank you for your patience and we look forward to your participation!

Whatever Floats Your Bloat

February 16, 2023 – IndyVet

TBD

March 16, 2023 – IndyVet

TBD

April 18, 2023 – IndyVet 

TBD

May 16, 2023 – IndyVet

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June 15, 2023 – IndyVet

TBD

August 17, 2023 – IndyVet

TBD

September 19, 2023 – IndyVet

TBD

October 17, 2023 – IndyVet

Our Affiliations
AVMF affiliated emergency veterinary hospital
CareCredit affiliated emergency veterinary hospital
Cat Friendly Practice affiliated emergency veterinary hospital
Prescription Refill Request

**Medication refills may take up to 48 hours

IndyVet does not accept patients for routine/general medical care