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The Cat Conference:

Feline Exclusive CE


Join IntroVet™ for this LIVE Webinar, providing CE for veterinary professionals

intention, care, & clinically relevant content

The Cat Conference:

Feline Exclusive CE


Join IntroVet™ for this LIVE Webinar, providing CE for veterinary professionals

intention, care, & clinically relevant content


Become a friend to felines

In this two day virtual conference, we’ll meet with cat specialists,Dr. Lorrie Gaschen and Dr. Mark Cousins to learn how to better meet the needs of our feline patients and their families. On day one, we’ll take a deep dive into the “inner workings” of cats, as we practice identification of pathology via radiography and ultrasound. On day two, hear recommendations for creating a cat-friendly practice, and choose one step to take right meow to optimize your hospital. Then, review diagnosis and treatment for some of the most common feline ailments. 

New! Two additional hours of FREE CE just added! Thanks to our sponsors, Zoetis and IDEXX Laboratories!

  • Unraveling the Mysteries of Feline Osteoarthritis
    • Dr. Sheila Robertson, BVMS (Hons), PhD, DACVAA, DECVAA, DACAW, DECAWBM (WSEL), MRCVS will share video case examples of cats exhibiting signs of pain, discuss targeted questionnaires to evaluate pain in your patients, and provide advice for helping clients understand pain in cats. 
  • Feline Retrovirus Infections: Past, Present, and Perplexing
    • Dr. Stephanie Brantley will share new testing developments in the detection and management of feline retroviruses. 

Date: May 6-7, 2023

Time: 9am to 4:30pm CDT

Price: Early-bird Pricing (Register before April 21st) $349
Regular Pricing (all registrations after April 22nd) $369

CE: 12 hours CE - 2 additional hours just added!

Location: Anywhere!
Find a cozy spot with reliable internet and join us online for this live and interactive learning event!

Register Now!
RACE Approved Online CE for Veterinary Continuing Education
  • Kitty Case Rounds - solving "unusual" cases that are not so unusual in cats
  • Choose one step you can take immediately to make your practice more cat friendly
  • Learn a rational process for diagnosing heartworm disease in feline patients, and understand the prevalence of heartworm in cats vs dogs
  • Hear the latest in feline pain control, receive a client questionnaire, and develop your personal plan for multi-modal effective pain control in feline patients
  • Are those rads normal? Practice interpretation of thoracic radiographs
  • Diagnose obstructive patterns vs ileus and other GI conditions via radiography and ultrasonography
  • Improve your skills in ultrasounding the feline liver, pancreas, and GI tract through video case examples
Live Webinar Veterinary CE
View Schedule - Updated 3/29/23


IntroVet™ is thrilled to welcome two Feline Practice Pioneers!

RACE Approved Online CE for Veterinary Continuing Education

Lorrie Gaschen


Lorrie received her DVM from the University of Florida, was in private practice in Florida for two years after which time she did a diagnostic imaging residency at the University of Bern in Switzerland and became a diplomat of the European College of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging. She received her PhD in renal transplant imaging in animal models at the University Medical School in Utrecht then returned to the University of Bern where she became an associate professor upon completion of her work in vascular ultrasound of the canine gastrointestinal tract. She was a full professor of diagnostic imaging in the LSU School of Veterinary Medicine, Dept. of Veterinary Clinical Sciences for 15 years and has authored numerous publications and book chapters mainly in the field of gastrointestinal ultrasound where she has done the majority of her research. Lorrie was also the Executive Associate Dean for Diversity, Student, and Faculty Affairs for 6 years at LSU and is the recipient of the 2022 AAVMC award for Excellence in Diversity in the Veterinary Profession. Lorrie is now working in teleradiology with VetCT and enjoys reporting on all species and all modalities with a special interest in exotic imaging.

RACE Approved Online CE for Veterinary Continuing Education

Mark Cousins

DVM, DABVP (Feline)

W. Mark Cousins, DVM, DABVP (Feline) received his DVM degree from Louisiana State University in 1980. He became a Diplomate of the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners in 2000, and is also Certified in Pain Management and Acupuncture. He opened his first veterinary hospital, Chateau Veterinary Hospital, in 1983 and sold it in 2013. He started New Orleans’ first feline practice in 1987 and practices there exclusively. This practice, The Cat Practice, won a Veterinary Economics Hospital of Merit Award in September 2005.

Dr. Cousins has been a featured speaker at roundtable meetings, a guest lecturer at Louisiana State University and University of Florida, and as a guest lecturer for several veterinary focused magazine and television educational segments. Dr. Cousins has served on several boards such as the Southeast Louisiana Veterinary Association, Louisiana SPCA, and is a vice-chair of the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners. And he is active in medical clinical trials for new feline therapeutic concepts. He is currently the Feline Exam Vice Chair for the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners as well as a sitting board member for The American Heartworm Society. His knowledge and passion towards feline medicine make him an excellent role model and resource for other small animal practitioners interested in the feline portion of their practices.

RACE Approved Online CE for Veterinary Continuing Education
RACE Approved Online CE for Veterinary Continuing Education

Dr. Sheila Robertson


Dr. Sheila Robertson has been a faculty member at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in Saskatoon, Canada, the University of Florida, and Michigan State University. She spent two years as an Assistant Director in the Animal Welfare Division at the American Veterinary Medical Association. Her research interests include assessment of pain in cats, dogs and horses, the use of opioids in cats and the development of anesthetic protocols for pediatric patients and large-scale spay-neuter clinics. She was a member of the Association of Shelter Veterinarian’s Task Force to Advance Spay-Neuter, the American Association or Feline Practitioners (AAFP) welfare committee, the Feline Nursing guidelines committee, and the Feline Anesthesia Guidelines Taskforce. In 2017 she became the Senior Medical Director for Lap of Love Veterinary Hospice, a network of over 100 veterinarians who specialize in end of life care and in-home euthanasia.

RACE Approved Online CE for Veterinary Continuing Education

Dr. Stephanie Brantley


Dr. Brantley earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Colorado-Boulder and after a 4 year hiatus she earned credits toward a Bachelor of Science degree from Arizona State University.  She travelled across the border to Canada for her veterinary training and received her DVM degree from the Atlantic Veterinary College, University of Prince Edward Island. Post-graduation, she completed a rotating internship at Michigan Veterinary Specialists which provided a strong foundation to all aspects of small animal medicine and surgery. With 17 years of clinical experience under her belt, Dr. Brantley has demonstrated significant agility in her ability to succeed in diverse and challenging work environments. These have included feline-only practice, general practice, relief veterinary services, and emergency medicine. Most recently, Dr. Brantley held contract veterinary positions for the U.S. Department of Defense and U.S. Department of State taking care of service dogs in Afghanistan and Iraq. Stephanie grew up in Houston, TX, and after several years away, she has returned to the area. She has a passion for world travel and is an avid Chicago Cubs fan.  She currently resides in Kingwood, TX, with her beautiful 11 year old cat, Ivy.

RACE Approved Online CE for Veterinary Continuing Education
RACE Approved Online CE

Upon attending each of the LIVE sessions, you’ll earn 12 hours of CE.

Completed over the course of two days. 


Online Veterinary CE

Earn 12 hours CE*

Free Online RACE Approved Veterinary CE

A friendly, small group format, where conversation is easy and every question will be answered!

RACE Approved Online CE

Complete digital course notes delivered by email

Veterinary Continuing Education

The flexibility to learn from anywhere! We’ll meet online on Zoom.

Plus, after course completion, you will have access to recorded sessions for 90 days following the workshop**

*This program has been submitted but is not yet approved by the AAVSB RACE to offer a total of 12 CE Credits, with a maximum of 12 CE Credits being available to any individual veterinarian or veterinary technician. This RACE approval is for the subject matter categories of: medical program and non-medical program, using the delivery method of interactive-distance. This approval is valid in jurisdictions which recognize AAVSB RACE; however, participants are responsible for ascertaining each board’s CE requirements.

**Please note that this program will be RACE Approved for LIVE viewing only. Attendees must log on during a live session to receive a CE Certificate, but can utilize recordings to catch up and re-watch sessions.

The Cat Conference:

$369 $349

Early-Bird Pricing: Available until April 21st

12 hours CE │ LIVE Webinar


Veterinarian Registration

The Cat Conference:
Veterinary Team Member

$329 $309

Early-Bird Pricing: Available until April 21st

12 hours CE │ LIVE Webinar

*This registration is reserved for non-DVM Veterinary Team Members Only

Veterinary Team Member Registration

Get a group discount! Discounts are available for groups of 3+ people and can be applied to any webinar or conference.


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