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29 Nov OVMA Selects Emerging Leader to Attend AVMA Veterinary Leadership Conference

Dr. Kathryn Henshaw was selected as an Emerging Leader and will represent Oklahoma at the upcoming AVMA Veterinary Leadership Conference in Chicago. The 2017 conference will be held at the Hyatt Regency in Chicago,  January 12-14. Also attending the conference with Dr. Henshaw  will be Dr. Joel Manley, President- Elect; Dr. Kelly Cooper, Vice President; Dr. Charles Freeman, AVMA Delegate; Dr. Rosemarie Strong, AVMA Alternate Delegate and Amanda Meeks, Executive Director. Dr. Kathryn Henshaw graduated from Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2007. She spent 3 years as an...

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26 Oct OACF Receives $20k for the Pet Overpopulation Program!

Last month the Oklahoma Animal Care Foundation received a call from Rib Crib (yes, that fantastic BBQ joint we all love) letting us know they would be donating $20k to the Oklahoma Animal Care Foundation for the Pet Overpopulation Program! Their annual golf tournament raised $100k to split between 5 local charities. Here is the press release along with some information about all the charities. A huge thank you goes out to Dr. Christine Kunzweiler who informed Rib Crib of the OACF and Pet Overpopulation Program. Also, thank you to...

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26 Oct Scholarships available to attend Veterinary Leadership Conference 2017

Dr. Kari Moore was six months out of veterinary school in 2015, and really starting to feel the challenges. “I had graduated just over six months ago, and had hit a point in my early career where the excitement had partially worn off, and the psychological implications of the job were starting to take over,” she said. “My confidence was beginning to waver more often, and my personal time off was affected with nagging doubts and worry.” Then she heard about an educational and networking opportunity that seemed to offer a boost...

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