Reconnect the Vets in Altoona

Tuesday, May 21, 5:30-9 p.m.

Price: FREE • CE Credits: 1.2 scientific


Mark your calendars and bring a friend to Reconnect the Vets. This FREE event is open to everyone in the Wisconsin veterinary medical community. We’ll gather at the beautiful River Prairie Center to listen to a lineup of experts, moderated by Dr. Meg Mueller, who have made their way to Northwest Wisconsin to discuss key happenings in our state. This is an excellent opportunity to hear insights from the diagnostic lab, the state of Wisconsin, and the SVM and have your questions answered.

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The Latest: Avian H5N1 Update

$0 for members; $140 for nonmembers
1.2 scientific CE Credits

An April 24 Federal Order from the USDA mandates testing for lactating dairy cows before interstate movement due to the prevalence of H5N1 Influenza. Effective April 29, this update highlights the latest impacts on your practice and client herds.

When the Veterinarians Come Out to Play

On Friday, October 11, the Wisconsin veterinary community will converge on the Milwaukee County Zoo for Zoo School—a unique educational and social event created by the WVMA in partnership with the wonderful team that makes the Zoo a fantastic place to visit.

Attend one of the intimate animal experiences designed specifically for our WVMA community. Participants will receive behind-the-scenes access to zookeepers who will hone in on topics of interest. Then, it’s time to head off to school for relevant and timely CE sessions on small animal, large animal, and equine topics. Earn up to five scientific CE credits for the day. Registration opens this spring!

Legislation That Could Affect Wisconsin Veterinary Care

$0 for members; $140 for nonmembers
1.2 Non-scientific CE Credits

If passed, legislation proposed in Wisconsin often impacts how you practice veterinary medicine. This is why advocating for veterinary medicine is one of the most important services the WVMA provides to members. Listen to Jordan Lamb, WVMA legal counsel, to learn about legislation proposed in the last session, including bills to legalize the sale of raw milk or ban certain types of research at UW-Madison, to name a few. Jordan also shares insight into the legislative process and the important role that members play.

Wisconsin Equine Herpes Cases—State of the State

$0 for members; $140 for nonmembers
1.2 Scientific CE Credits

Listen to our panel of state experts to learn more about the recent Equine Herpes cases reported in Wisconsin. This discussion includes what the state knows so far, what they are working on, what you should be doing, and how it affects your clients and patients. Link to follow-up Q&A session here. Sponsored by the Wisconsin Horse Council.

Things to Know About Your License in Wisconsin

$0 for members; $140 for nonmembers
1.2 Non-Scientific CE Credits

The Veterinary Examining Board defines professional standards and regulatory policies for veterinarians and veterinary technicians in Wisconsin. However, many license holders don’t understand how the VEB impacts their daily practice and how to stay in compliance. Join Melissa Mace, Executive Director of the VEB, to learn more about what the VEB does, how to get your questions answered, how the complaint process works, and what to do if a complaint is filed against you.

All-Course Access for Lifetime Members

For only $60, Lifetime Members can access WVMA’s Online Learning Library and all live and OnDemand courses throughout 2024. If you recently created a new password and are logged into our new platform, click the button below to purchase your All-Course Access Membership Upgrade.

If you do not already have your new password, first use your WVMA email address to reset your password and then log in before attempting to upgrade. For assistance, email us or call 608-257-3665. For more information click here.

Submit a Classified Ad

Are you looking to sell your practice, share a service, find a veterinary position, or lend your expertise as a relief vet?

You can do all that and more by posting a listing in the WVMA Classifieds! Your ad will appear in the WVMA Voice newsletter and on the WVMA website for two consecutive months and can be renewed at your request.

View our classified categories or click here to submit your classified ad.


Access the Veterinary Professional Assistance Program for any type of support you need.


Access premier online learning for veterinary professionals.


Pay classified ads and other invoices here.


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At the WVMA, we believe that being a veterinarian is more than just a profession. We are a community of individuals committed to advancing the cause of veterinary medicine in Wisconsin.

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