West Michigan Academy of Small Animal Practitioners http://wmasap.org West Michigan educational and social group for veterinarians Sun, 15 Oct 2017 01:32:13 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.2.1 23808677 October 2017 :: Paging Dr. Google, Internet Neurologist http://wmasap.org/meetings/oct-17-internet-neurology Tue, 19 Sep 2017 13:36:52 +0000 http://wmasap.org/?p=471 When: Tuesday, October  3, 2017  6:30 pm – 9 pm (or so) Where: Pinery Park Lodge 2301 De Hoop Ave, Wyoming, MI 49509 For map or directions, visit: http://go.wmasap.org/pinery Food: Provided and delicious!! Topic: Paging Dr. Google, Internet Neurologist Presented by Andrew Isaacs, DVM, DACVIM-Neurology Dogwood Veterinary Referral Center (dogwoodvet.net) We’ve had Dr. Andrew Isaacs from ...

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When: Tuesday, October  3, 2017  6:30 pm – 9 pm (or so)

Where: Pinery Park Lodge
2301 De Hoop Ave, Wyoming, MI 49509
For map or directions, visit: http://go.wmasap.org/pinery

Food: Provided and delicious!!

Topic: Paging Dr. Google, Internet Neurologist
Presented by Andrew Isaacs, DVM, DACVIM-Neurology
Dogwood Veterinary Referral Center (dogwoodvet.net)

We’ve had Dr. Andrew Isaacs from Dogwood Veterinary Referral Center speak to us before, and he is always very informative and well-received. He’s coming back to cover a potpourri of idiopathic neurological syndromes and genetic diseases which your client may have already diagnosed by inputting symptoms into an internet search engine. Dr. Isaacs’ presentations are interactive and practical, and we’re thrilled to have him back!

As always, Dr. Issacs is willing to discuss specific cases, other general questions and topics not on this list, and almost anything else you want to talk about. We hope to see you there!

We hope to see you there!

Your WMASAP officers,
Margaret Sudekum, Rebecca Vincent, Chris Dykhouse, and Christi Hage

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May 2017 :: Family Friendly meeting, bees http://wmasap.org/meetings/may-17-bees-blandford Wed, 03 May 2017 22:30:27 +0000 http://wmasap.org/?p=464 When: Wednesday, May 3, 2017  6:30 pm – 9 pm (or so) Where: Blandford Nature Center 1715 Hillburn Ave NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49504 For map or directions, visit: http://go.wmasap.org/blandford Food: Provided and delicious!! Topic: Bees for Beginners: Basic bee handling and treatment (VFDs, disease identification, and treatment) Presented by: Our last meeting before summer is a ...

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When: Wednesday, May 3, 2017  6:30 pm – 9 pm (or so)

Where: Blandford Nature Center
1715 Hillburn Ave NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49504
For map or directions, visit: http://go.wmasap.org/blandford

Food: Provided and delicious!!

Topic: Bees for Beginners: Basic bee handling and treatment (VFDs, disease identification, and treatment)
Presented by:

Meghan Milbrath, PhD
Coordinator, Michigan Pollinator Initiative
MSU Department of Entomology
Walter Pett, Ph.D
Apiculture and Pollination Specialist
MSU Department of Entomology

Our last meeting before summer is a family-friendly meeting. We hope you’ll consider bringing your spouses, significant others, children of all ages, etc. We will have an alternate program (appropriate for all ages) for those family members not interested in a talk about bee keeping.

Blandford Nature Center’s brand new facility will be open to all for tours, and we will also have an opportunity to meet some of the permanent resident animals.

Please note that due to a prior booking at Blandford, our meeting will be held on the first Wednesday in May (5/3), not Tuesday night (our regular night).

Bee keeping is becoming a very popular hobby, even among those living in suburban and urban areas. Due to some recent changes by the FDA to limit use of antibiotics in animals used for food, many bee keepers are looking for a veterinarian to assist with the care of their colonies. There is increasing attention on colony collapse and threats to these important pollinators, so our role is more important than ever in helping to protect our food supply.

We are looking forward to a visit from two entomologists from Michigan State University to come to speak to us about basic bee keeping, how to interact with a bee colony, identification of common bee diseases, and methods to treat those common diseases.

We hope to see you (and your families) there!

Your WMASAP officers,

Margaret Sudekum, Rebecca Vincent, Chris Dykhouse, and Christi Hage

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March 2017 :: Updates from the State Veterinarian (VFD, Rabies, etc.) http://wmasap.org/meetings/mar-17-state-vet Tue, 07 Mar 2017 11:30:46 +0000 http://wmasap.org/?p=460 When: Tuesday, March 7, 2017  6:30 pm – 9 pm (or so) Where: Pinery Park Lodge 2301 De Hoop Ave, Wyoming, MI 49509 For map or directions, visit: http://go.wmasap.org/pinery Food: Provided and delicious!! Topic: Updates from the State Veterinarian :: Veterinary Feed Directive, Rabies, and more! Presented by James Averill, DVM PhD State Veterinarian and Director, Animal ...

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When: Tuesday, March 7, 2017  6:30 pm – 9 pm (or so)

Where: Pinery Park Lodge
2301 De Hoop Ave, Wyoming, MI 49509
For map or directions, visit: http://go.wmasap.org/pinery

Food: Provided and delicious!!

Topic: Updates from the State Veterinarian :: Veterinary Feed Directive, Rabies, and more!
Presented by James Averill, DVM PhD
State Veterinarian and Director, Animal Industry Division
Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development

Dr. Averill, our Michigan State Veterinarian, is coming to speak to us about the recent changes to the FDA Veterinary Feed Directive (VFD), as well as other current and timely matters for veterinarians in the state of Michigan.

Historically, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), who regulates the use of medicine in animals, has allowed select antibiotics used in animal feed to be available to producers over-the-counter and without the direct supervision of a licensed veterinarian. The FDA’s Veterinary Feed Directive (VFD) is a part of the FDA’s overall directive to ensure the judicious use of human medically important antibiotics. Recently, the VFD category was expanded to include medically important antibiotics fed to animals. The revised VFD policy (effective January 1, 2017) puts into place important control factors that dictate the appropriate use of feed-grade antibiotics.

Why does this matter to YOU?

  • These regulations also apply to any ‘food-producing animal’ that could be consumed by humans. That includes (but is not limited to): pet rabbits, backyard chickens, pet/pot bellied pigs, etc.
  • Additionally, many previously over-the-counter antibiotics are no longer available OTC, so your clients who own or breed reptiles or fish, bees, etc. are no longer able to easily get these drugs from the internet, co-op, or feed stores. They may be asking you to establish a VFD for them to be able to use antibiotics.

Dr. Averill is also willing to answer any questions you may have!

We hope to see you there!

Your WMASAP officers,
Margaret Sudekum, Rebecca Vincent, Chris Dykhouse, and Christi Hage

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February 2017 :: CPR and the RECOVER Initiative http://wmasap.org/meetings/feb-17-cpr-recover Thu, 26 Jan 2017 02:40:51 +0000 http://wmasap.org/?p=457 When: Tuesday, February 7, 2017  6:30 pm – 9 pm (or so) Where: Cascade Hospital for Animals (www.chfa.net) 6730 Cascade Rd SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49546 For map or directions, visit: http://go.wmasap.org/cascade Food: Provided and delicious!! Topic: CPR and the RECOVER Initiative Presented by Rebecca Lein Burke, DVM | Senior Clinician, Emergency Medicine Blue Pearl ...

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When: Tuesday, February 7, 2017  6:30 pm – 9 pm (or so)

Where: Cascade Hospital for Animals (www.chfa.net)
6730 Cascade Rd SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49546
For map or directions, visit: http://go.wmasap.org/cascade

Food: Provided and delicious!!

Topic: CPR and the RECOVER Initiative
Presented by Rebecca Lein Burke, DVM | Senior Clinician, Emergency Medicine
Blue Pearl Veterinary Specialists, Grand Rapids

Our February meeting will feature Dr. Rebecca Lein Burke, senior Emergency clinican at Blue Pearl Grand Rapids, speaking on pet CPR and the 2012 Reassessment Campaign on Veterinary Resuscitation (RECOVER initiative). She will discuss CPR and cardiac arrest, as well as have a CPR dummy present for demonstration.

The RECOVER initiative was published in 2012, and is expected to be updated in 2017. It is an attempt to standardize resuscitation and monitoring techniques to achieve the best outcomes. Here are some of the important points (from www.acvecc-recover.org):

  • Less than 6% of dogs and cats that experience cardiopulmonary arrest (CPA) survive to hospital discharge, while the survival rate in people is over 20%. Until the advent of evidence-based guidelines and standardized training in human medicine, survival rates in people were similar to animals.
  • No such standardized guidelines or training exist in veterinary medicine, which has likely contributed to the poor outcomes in dogs and cats with CPA.
  • The RECOVER initiative, a collaborative project supported by the Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society (VECCS) and the American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care (ACVECC), involved over 100 board-certified veterinary specialists from around the world and was an 18 month-long systematic review of the experimental and clinical evidence in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).
  • The results were published in a special issue of the Journal of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care in June of 2012, which is now available FREE online thanks to generous sponsorship (http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/vec.2012.22.issue-s1/issuetoc).

For those of us who don’t practice emergency medicine daily or frequently perform CPR, having standards and guidelines readily available may help with better outcomes for our patients.
We hope to see you there!

Your WMASAP officers,
Margaret Sudekum, Rebecca Vincent, Chris Dykhouse, and Christi Hage

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January 2017 :: Morbidity and Mortality Rounds -and- Pharmacy Roundtable Discussion http://wmasap.org/meetings/previous/jan-17-rounds-pharmacy Tue, 03 Jan 2017 23:30:40 +0000 http://wmasap.org/?p=454 When: Tuesday, January 3, 2017  6:30 pm – 9 pm (or so) Where: Animal Medical Center of Wyoming 2330 44th St SW, Wyoming, MI 49519 For map or directions, visit: http://go.wmasap.org/amc Food: Provided and delicious!! Topic: Morbidity and Mortality Rounds -and- Pharmacy Roundtable Discussion One of the oldest traditions of the Academy is Morbidity and ...

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When: Tuesday, January 3, 2017  6:30 pm – 9 pm (or so)

Where: Animal Medical Center of Wyoming
2330 44th St SW, Wyoming, MI 49519
For map or directions, visit: http://go.wmasap.org/amc

Food: Provided and delicious!!

Topic: Morbidity and Mortality Rounds -and- Pharmacy Roundtable Discussion

One of the oldest traditions of the Academy is Morbidity and Mortality Rounds. When we get together with our colleagues to discuss our triumphs and losses, much is learned by all. In the past, we’ve tried to steer the conversation by suggesting a theme for the cases to discuss. This time, we invite you to come ready to discuss any of your best (or worst!) cases , whether it is something you are proud to have been involved in or something you struggled with. No topic is off limits!

In addition, Tom Magnifico is one of our members and a local compounding pharmacist who specializes in compounding veterinary drugs. In February, Tom and his technician Adam King will be presenting at the Michigan Pharmacists Association conference about veterinary medicine and drugs, and the unique uses and challenges we face in veterinary medicine.

Tom and Adam are seeking our input to help refine their discussion and presentation to the pharmacists in Michigan. They want to hear what you think is important for pharmacists to know about the everyday practice of veterinary medicine. This is your opportunity, if you’ve ever had a less-than-satisfactory experience with a human pharmacy or pharmacist, to help to educate them about why our patients are different than their usual human patients.

We hope this will be a lively and interesting discussion, and hope to see you there!

Your WMASAP officers,
Margaret Sudekum, Rebecca Vincent, Chris Dykhouse, and Christi Hage

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November 2016 :: An Oncologist’s View on Feline Vaccination http://wmasap.org/meetings/previous/nov-16-feline-vaccination Sat, 26 Nov 2016 23:30:24 +0000 http://wmasap.org/?p=452 When: Wednesday, October 26, 2016  6:30 pm – 9 pm (or so) Where: Founders Brewing Co, Centennial Room 235 Grandville Ave SW, Grand Rapids, MI 49503 For map or directions, visit: http://go.wmasap.org/founders Food: Provided and delicious!! Topic: An Oncologist’s View on Feline Vaccination Presented by Dennis Macy, DVM, MS, DACVIM Dr. Macy graduated from UC ...

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When: Wednesday, October 26, 2016  6:30 pm – 9 pm (or so)

Where: Founders Brewing Co, Centennial Room
235 Grandville Ave SW, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
For map or directions, visit: http://go.wmasap.org/founders

Food: Provided and delicious!!

Topic: An Oncologist’s View on Feline Vaccination
Presented by Dennis Macy, DVM, MS, DACVIM

Dr. Macy graduated from UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine. He received his Masters degree from the University of Illinois and also did his internship and residency at the University.  He is board certified ACVIM (Internal Medicine/Oncology). He is the Past President of ACVIM Specialty of Oncology and is a member of the World Health Organization working group on carcinogenesis. He holds two US patents, and has two National Research Awards and 160 Publications. His research interest is vaccine reactions. Dr. Macy is a professor at Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado.

We hope to see you there!

Your WMASAP officers,
Margaret Sudekum, Rebecca Vincent, Chris Dykhouse, and Christi Hage

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October 2016 :: Growing Compliance http://wmasap.org/meetings/previous/oct-16-growing-compliance Tue, 04 Oct 2016 22:30:15 +0000 http://wmasap.org/?p=451 When: Tuesday, October 4, 2016  6:30 pm – 9 pm (or so) Where: Country Inn & Suites East by Carlson 3251 Deposit Dr. NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49546 For map or directions, visit: http://go.wmasap.org/countryinn Food: Provided and delicious!! Topic: Growing Compliance: Solidifying your standards, getting your team to follow through, and how to talk to clients ...

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When: Tuesday, October 4, 2016  6:30 pm – 9 pm (or so)

Where: Country Inn & Suites East by Carlson
3251 Deposit Dr. NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49546
For map or directions, visit: http://go.wmasap.org/countryinn

Food: Provided and delicious!!

Topic: Growing Compliance: Solidifying your standards, getting your team to follow through, and how to talk to clients about money
Presented by Bash Halow, CVPM, LVT (http://www.bashhalow.com/)

This meeting is generously sponsored by Animal Emergency Hospital

We’re excited for our October Academy meeting! In celebration of the last 25 years and in thanks for your support and referrals, Dr. Stephen Comer of the Animal Emergency Hospital is sponsoring a nationally-known speaker to discuss client compliance and how we can better our patients’ lives and care with solid, consistent recommendations that are followed by our clients.

Veterinarians, technicians, and managers are invited to this exciting meeting.

We hope to see you there!

Your WMASAP officers,
Margaret Sudekum, Rebecca Vincent, Chris Dykhouse, and Christi Hage

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September 2016 :: Reporting suspected animal cruelty -and- Update on Rabies in Michigan http://wmasap.org/meetings/sept-16-cruelty-rabies Wed, 24 Aug 2016 19:27:40 +0000 http://wmasap.org/?p=416 When: Tuesday, September 6, 2016  6:30 pm – 9 pm (or so) Where: Kent County Animal Shelter 740 Fuller Ave NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503 For map or directions, visit: http://go.wmasap.org/kcas Food: Provided and delicious!! Topic: Reporting suspected animal cruelty -and- Update on Rabies in Michigan Chris R. Buckley, DVM, Shelter Veterinarian Kent County Animal Shelter ...

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When: Tuesday, September 6, 2016  6:30 pm – 9 pm (or so)

Where: Kent County Animal Shelter
740 Fuller Ave NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
For map or directions, visit: http://go.wmasap.org/kcas

Food: Provided and delicious!!

Topic: Reporting suspected animal cruelty -and- Update on Rabies in Michigan
Chris R. Buckley, DVM, Shelter Veterinarian
Kent County Animal Shelter

Animal cruelty is a heinous act against innocent victims who can’t report their abuser. We all swore an oath to protect animal health and welfare and to prevent and relieve animal suffering. But what exactly qualifies as animal cruelty? How do we document suspected acts of cruelty? And to whom are they reported? Chris Buckley, DVM of the Kent County Animal Shelter will speak to us about animal cruelty, and how to document and report these cases to the appropriate authorities.

Additionally, in 2016 the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services revised the rabies protocol for human and animal exposure. Rabies even made the news on one of the major news outlets in West Michigan (http://wp.me/p4yStY-Zpx), which has put this deadly zoonotic disease in our clients’ minds. Dr. Buckley will discuss the current state of rabies in Michigan, as well as the changes to the state’s protocol for potential exposure.

There will be two additional brief presentations at our meeting:
Pets in Need – West Michigan
Joan Koelzer, DVM, one of our local colleagues and long-time Academy member, started Pets in Need – West Michigan (pinwestmi.org). This is a local non-profit entity (supported in part by a generous grant from Bissell) to provide much-needed veterinary care to verified low-income pet owners in West Michigan. Dr. Koelzer will speak for a few minutes about the some of the needs in West Michigan, as well as this non-profit organization and how it may or may not affect your clinic and clients.

Adam Reichmuth of Ceva Animal Health (who is generously sponsoring this meeting) will also speak very briefly about fightheartwormnow.com, a new initiative by Ceva for the prevention of heartworm disease

We hope to see you there!

Your WMASAP officers,
Margaret Sudekum, Rebecca Vincent, Chris Dykhouse, and Christi Hage

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May 2016 :: The Biology, Management, and Prevention of Canine Heartworm Disease http://wmasap.org/meetings/may-2016-heartworm Thu, 21 Apr 2016 14:49:03 +0000 http://wmasap.org/?p=409 When: Tuesday, May 5, 2016  6:30 pm – 9 pm (or so) Where: Bistro Bella Vita 44 Grandville Ave SW   Grand Rapids, MI 49503 For map or directions, visit: http://go.wmasap.org/bistro Food: Provided and delicious!! Topic: The Biology, Management, and Prevention of Canine Heartworm Disease Presented by Andy R. Moorhead, DVM, MS, PhD Assistant Research Scientist, Department of Infectious ...

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When: Tuesday, May 5, 2016  6:30 pm – 9 pm (or so)

Where: Bistro Bella Vita
44 Grandville Ave SW   Grand Rapids, MI 49503
For map or directions, visit: http://go.wmasap.org/bistro

Food: Provided and delicious!!

Topic: The Biology, Management, and Prevention of Canine Heartworm Disease
Presented by Andy R. Moorhead, DVM, MS, PhD
Assistant Research Scientist, Department of Infectious Diseases, College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Georgia

Many veterinarians grow numb to discussing heartworm disease/testing/prevention all day, every day. This disease is still a real threat to our patients, and the body of knowledge regarding the biology and treatment of heartworms is ever-changing.

The American Heartworm Society states that “[r]isk factors are impossible to predict. Multiple variables, from climate variations to the presence of wildlife carriers, cause rates of infections to vary dramatically from year to year—even within communities. And because infected mosquitoes can come inside, both outdoor and indoor pets are at risk.” In short, you cannot predict who is at risk, and every one of your clients should be educated on and each of your patients should be protected from this preventable disease.

Additionally, there has been discussion in the last few years about parasite resistance to macrocyclic lactones. That was thought to be a problem confined to the Southeastern portion of the US. However, with more traveling pets than ever and the recent influx of rescue pets from the South to the Midwest (aka the Puppy Pipeline), their problem could become your problem.

Merial is generously bringing Dr. Andy Moorhead from the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine to discuss heartworm disease. One of his research interests is the potential development of macrocylic lactone resistance in Dirofilaria immitis. This is sure to be an interesting meeting!

Many of you have already received a meeting invitation from Merial. This is the same meeting. Also, this is our last meeting before our summer break, so we hope to see you there!

Your WMASAP officers,
Margaret Sudekum, Rebecca Vincent, Chris Dykhouse, and Christi Hage

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April 2016 :: Canine Reproduction for the General Practitioner http://wmasap.org/meetings/apr-16-repro Fri, 25 Mar 2016 02:43:14 +0000 http://wmasap.org/?p=405 When: Tuesday, April 5, 2016  6:30 pm – 9 pm (or so) Where: Blandford Nature Center 1715 Hillburn Ave NW Grand Rapids, MI 49504 For map or directions, visit: http://go.wmasap.org/blandford Food: Provided and delicious!! Topic: Canine Reproduction for the General Practitioner Presented by Randy Carpenter, DVM | Family Friends Veterinary Hospital, Grand Rapids, MI One of ...

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When: Tuesday, April 5, 2016  6:30 pm – 9 pm (or so)

Where: Blandford Nature Center
1715 Hillburn Ave NW Grand Rapids, MI 49504
For map or directions, visit: http://go.wmasap.org/blandford

Food: Provided and delicious!!

Topic: Canine Reproduction for the General Practitioner
Presented by Randy Carpenter, DVM | Family Friends Veterinary Hospital, Grand Rapids, MI

One of our long-time Academy members and local veterinarian, Randy Carpenter from Family Friends Veterinary Hospital in Grand Rapids, will share his wealth of knowledge and experience in canine reproduction and breeding. Dr. Carpenter plans to discuss:

  • Whelping and neonatal management
  • Dog breeding, then and now
  • Timing your bitch for optimal success
  • Fresh chilled and frozen breedings
  • “So, you’re going to breed your dog” pre testing
  • Types of breeding- natural, AI- vaginal, trans-cervical, surgical

Dr. Carpenter also welcomes your questions and discussion about canine and feline reproduction.We hope to see you there!

Your WMASAP officers,
Margaret Sudekum, Rebecca Vincent, Chris Dykhouse, and Christi Hage

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