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It’s So Much More than Playing with Puppies and Kittens All Day

Whether we realize it or not, we’re all managing reproductive health issues every time we come to work! When’s the right time to spay that dog? Is that prostate a normal size? Where’d this kitten’s heart murmur come from? From screening for hip dysplasia to performing a neuter, there are countless ways we apply principles of theriogenology in general practice. 

This 2-day course is designed to answer the many reproductive health questions asked of practitioners every day. Join us to hear the latest science on the timing of spays and neuters, prep for your next c-section, practice neonatal care, understand all options for treating pyometra, and recognize the potential applications of heritable disease screening in your practice.

Register today for a unique virtual workshop - filled with lessons you’ll use every day!



Date: April 27-28, 2024
Time: 9:00am to 5:00pm CST
DVM: $389
Non-DVM team member: $349

CE: 11 hours CE - 1 additional hour of FREE CE just added!
Location: Anywhere!
Find a cozy spot with reliable internet and join us online for this live and interactive learning event!

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Free Online RACE Approved Veterinary CE
Free Online RACE Approved Veterinary CE
  • How do you know when it’s time for a c-section?
  • Neonatal care, from gestation to weaning
  • Managing prostatic diseases - BPH, prostatitis, and neoplasia
  • Update on spaying/neutering: When is the right time? Is there a right time?
  • Ethical breeding and clinical genetics: dealing with DNA
  • Cardiology: heritable conditions and disease screening
  • Ophthalmology: genetically linked ocular diseases
  • Orthopedics: breed predilections, screening, and management
RACE Approved Online CE for Veterinary Continuing Education
Free Online RACE Approved Veterinary CE
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  • Friendly, conversational format - we never skip a question
  • Immediate tech support throughout the workshop
  • Digital course notes provided in advance
  • Session Recordings: catch up or re-watch your favorite parts for 90 days following the workshop
  • Raffles!


Help Us Welcome a Star Team of Experts from Across the Globe!

Bruce W. Christensen, DVM, MS, DACT

Dr. Christensen graduated from Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2002. He completed a theriogenology residency and master's degree in reproductive physiology at the University of Florida in 2007. He has worked in private practice in Australia, been a university professor in theriogenology departments at both Iowa State University and the University of California, Davis. He currently runs his own private practice in California, Kokopelli Veterinary Center, where he provides theriogenology services for dogs and horses. He serves on the Association of Zoos and Aquariums’ Reproduction Management Center board and as a reproduction advisor to the Mexican Gray Wolf Species Survival Plan. He is a Diplomate of the American College of Theriogenologists, and the author of numerous journal articles and book chapters. Dr. Christensen enjoys skiing and scuba diving with his son, a senior in high school on his way to becoming an engineer, and his daughter in 6th grade, who plans on taking over the fashion world. They have 2 pulik, a Norwich terrier, a domestic medium hair calico cat, a black bunny, and 5 koi.

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

Bart Broeckx, DVM, PhD

Bart Broeckx graduated as a veterinarian in 2011. After obtaining his PhD in pharmaceutical biotechnology and an additional MSc in statistical data analysis, he started his tenure track at the Laboratory of Animal Genetics, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Ghent University. His research focuses on the identification of genetic causes for various diseases, healthy breeding of cats and dogs, and the development of new sequencing and bio-informatics approaches to genetics work.

He serves as an associate professor at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and as chair of two groups: “Assistance Dogs Purpose Dogs” and the “Advice Center of Clinical Genetics”. He is also the founder of the dedicated small animal clinical genetics/genetic counseling facility at Ghent University, Belgium.

Rory Todhunter BVSc, MS, PhD, DACVS

"As a translational orthopedic researcher who practices small animal orthopedic surgery, my main research interest has been in genetics and complex trait mapping. My research has relied at a fundamental level on leveraging natural inherited disease in our veterinary clinical population to discover the genetic factors predisposing to complex trait inheritance. The Cornell Veterinary Biobank is the first biobank to achieve accreditation by the International Standards Organization (ISO 203807). I am convinced that properly processed and archived biological samples, with a clear chain of attribution, are critical to valid preclinical and basic research.

Using these samples, I am interested in reducing the severity of complex orthopedic traits in dogs, especially hip dysplasia, elbow dysplasia, rupture of the cranial cruciate ligament (ACL in humans), and Legg Calve Perthes disease using genetic and genomic tools. The goal is to develop a tool kit of genetic strategies to identify breeding dogs with good orthopedic genetic quality to predict and prevent and introduce novel therapies for orthopedic disease.

As a surgeon, I am concerned about surgically-related orthopedic infections in dogs and how to better survey these infections in our teaching hospital to reduce and prevent them using epidemiological, genomic, and metabolomic tools."


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

Kathryn A. Diehl MS, DVM, DACVO

Dr. Diehl earned her master's and veterinary degrees at The Ohio State University, then completed a small animal rotating internship at the University of Georgia. She went on to complete a residency in comparative ophthalmology and a cellular biology fellowship at the University of Wisconsin. Subsequently, she worked in academia at the University of Minnesota and Auburn University as well as in private specialty practice. She is currently an associate professor of Comparative Ophthalmology at the University of Georgia.

Michael Aherne, MVB (Hons 1), GradDipVetStud, MS, MANZCVS (Small Animal Surgery), DACVIM (Cardiology)

Dr. Aherne is an ACVIM-boarded cardiologist and Clinical Assistant Professor of Cardiology at the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine in Gainesville, Florida. He obtained his veterinary degree from University College Dublin, Ireland; completed his internship at the University of Sydney, Australia; and completed his master’s degree and residency in Veterinary Cardiology at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in Blacksburg, Virginia. His areas of interest include cardiac surgery, interventional cardiology, and advanced cardiac imaging.

RACE Approved Online CE for Veterinary Continuing Education

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IntroVet™ is grateful for the sponsors who make these events possible! 

IntroVet™ is proud to partner with VetMedux™!

VetMedux™ develops practical, peer-reviewed educational content and point-of-care tools for more than 260,000 veterinarians worldwide. Under the leadership of a team of practicing veterinarians, the company’s two leading brands, Clinician’s Brief® and Plumb’s™, guide the most critical decisions in small animal medicine, driving better outcomes for veterinarians and the animals who depend on them. 

VetMedux provides veterinarians with essential resources and practical tools designed to support them as they navigate the changing dynamics of clinical and professional life, in the practice and beyond.

IntroVet™ is proud to partner with IDEXX Laboratories!

IDEXX Laboratories helps pets lead better lives by giving veterinarians the tools, technology and insights to clearly see and get the answers they need.

Free Online RACE Approved Veterinary CE

Upon attending the LIVE session, you’ll earn 11 hours of RACE Approved CE.


Online Veterinary CE

Earn 11 hours RACE Approved 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.

1 additional hour FREE CE just added!
Plus, after course completion, you will have access to recorded sessions for 90 days following the workshop**

*This program has been  approved by the AAVSB RACE to offer a total of 11 CE Credits, with a maximum of 11 CE Credits being available to any individual veterinarian or veterinary technician. This RACE approval is for the subject matter categories of: 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. RACE course numbers: 20-1182276

IntroVet is also an NYSED Approved Sponsor, for providing continuing education to veterinarians and veterinary technicians licensed in New York State.




**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.

Everyday Therio: Managing Reproductive Problems and Heritable Diseases in General Practice


11 hours CE │ LIVE Webinar


Everyday Therio: Managing Reproductive Problems and Heritable Diseases in General Practice
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11 hours CE │ LIVE Webinar

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