Speakers

March 3, 2020 at 7PM
Speaker: Dr. Darryl Millis, U. of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine
Title: Common Orthopedic Conditions in German Shepherd Dogs

November 5, 2019, 7PM at UT Veterinary School (Sequoyah Room)
Dawn Hickey, LVMT, VTS (Physical Rehab), CCRP, CVPP, CCFT
University of Tennessee Veterinary Medical Center
Small Animal Physical Rehabilitation Department
Topic: Pet Rehabilitation

November 6, 2018, 7PM at UT Veterinary School (Sequoyah Room)
Kevin Duggan, All Dogs Go to Kevin
Topic: "Reactive Dogs: Training to Reduce Reactivity"

March 6, 2018, 7PM at UT Veterinary School (Sequoyah Room)
Dr. Zenithson Ng, UT College of Veterinary Medicine
Topic: "A Dog's Purpose: Avoiding Infectious Disease"

October 4, 2016, 7PM at UT Veterinary School (Sequoyah Room)
Hanna Brooke Boyer, My Curious Canine
Topic: Communication - Your Key to Dog Training Success

Speaker for November 3, 2015, 7PM at UT Veterinary School (Sequoyah Room)
Dr. Joseph Weigel, University of Tennesse College of Veterinary Medicine
Topic: Bone Disease in Dogs and Updated Treatment

Speaker for July 2, 2013, 7PM at UT Veterinary School (Sequoyah Room)
Kristi R. Lively, D.V.M., A.B.V.P. (Canine and Feline Specialty)
Topic: Dr. Lively will speak about stem cell therapy as a treatment for osteoarthritis.
Dr. Lively is one of the co-owners of VILLAGE VETERINARY CLINIC AND LASER CENTER in Farragut, Tennessee.

Speaker for May 1, 2012
Officer James Troutt
Title: "Police K-9 Overview"

Speaker for March 6, 2012
Gary Kirk, Attorney-at-Law
Title: "Summary of March 1-2, 2012 Workshop on Animal Ethics"

Speaker for March 1, 2011
Kristi R. Lively, D.V.M., A.B.V.P. (Canine and Feline Specialty)
Title: "Management Options for Canine Osteoarthritis"
Dr. Lively is one of the co-owners of VILLAGE VETERINARY CLINIC AND LASER CENTER in Farragut, Tennessee.

Speaker for October 5, 2010
Alex Slate, Knox Sheriff
K-9 Police Tactics

Speaker for July 7, 2009 Meeting - Kristi R. Lively, D.V.M., A.B.V.P. (Canine and Feline Specialty)
Bloat: Gastric-Dilation Volulus in the Dog. What to watch for? What to do?
Dr. Lively is one of the co-owners of VILLAGE VETERINARY CLINIC AND LASER CENTER in Farragut, Tennessee.

Speaker for January 6, 2009 Meeting - Kristi R. Lively, D.V.M., A.B.V.P. (Canine and Feline Specialty)
Title: Why PennHIP? (University of Pennsylvania Hip Improvement Program)
Dr. Lively is one of the co-owners of VILLAGE VETERINARY CLINIC AND LASER CENTER in Farragut, Tennessee.