No-travel Veterinary Trade Show Runs Through Wednesday



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Avimark and ImproMed are co-hosting the VetBooth trade show.

Is your fall travel budget running tight? Henry Schein Animal Health has made attending a veterinary trade show simple and free with an online presentation today and Wednesday.

The virtual VetBooth trade show features many of the distributor’s sources of pharmaceutical, diagnostic, nutrition and financial products. Attendees may click on an exhibiting company’s booth to see product videos, chat with company representatives and download information.

Among the nearly two dozen participating companies are Abbott Animal Health, Hill’s Pet Nutrition, Elanco, Nestle Purina PetCare and Idexx Laboratories.

In addition to product exhibits, more than a dozen webinars offer tips for operating a successful veterinary practice. Topics range from managing and marketing a practice to increasing practice revenue.

Continuing education credits are available in some cases.

Kim Allen, president of Henry Schein Animal Health's Commercial Division, called the trade show a "dynamic virtual setting.”

"The virtual trade show offers a convenient and time-saving way for attendees to receive the latest industry information for operating an efficient practice and delivering excellent care,” Allen said.

Registration for the show is available at www.vetbooth.com. The hours are 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. EST today and 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. EST Wednesday.

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