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June 2020 H@Home

Enjoy FREE high-quality veterinary CE! Grab your favorite beverage and join us for these 4 exciting lectures!

Speaker: Dr. Jessica Vogelsang, DVM

Think telemedicine is just a stopgap you need to implement to make it through the pandemic? Think again! The challenges we’re facing have forced veterinarians to engage with technology in ways they’ve never considered, but the outcomes are greater than anyone could have possibly imagined. Join Dr. Jessica Vogelsang, founding board member of the Veterinary Virtual Care Association, for a look at how telemedicine and telehealth are enhancing patient care, improving the veterinarian- client relationship, and bringing veterinary medicine to the next level.

Speaker: Dr. Angie Witzel Rollins, DVM, PhD, DACVN

This lecture will focus on practical methods to implement weight-loss plans for dogs and cats. It will discuss how to set caloric goals based on ideal body weight and provide tips to manage common pitfalls such as excessive begging and multi-pet households.

Speaker: Dr. Kristin Kirkby-Shaw, DVM, MS, Ph.D., CCRT, DACVS, DACVSMR

Veterinary physical rehabilitation includes therapeutic exercise, manual therapy and modalities aimed at decreasing pain and speeding healing. Incorporation of rehabilitation techniques has been shown to aid in weight loss in dogs and cats that are overweight, particularly those that also suffer from osteoarthritis.. This presentation will present practical examples of such techniques that can be incorporated into a weight loss program.

Speaker: Dr. Becky Mullis, DVM, DACVN

Just cutting back a pet’s food is an easy way to cut calories, but is it the right way? This presentation will cover when to use therapeutic weight loss foods and the different nutritional strategies utilized to help cats and dogs lose weight.

Speakers: Drs. Jessica Vogelsang, Angie Witzel Rollins, Kristen Kirkby-Shaw, Becky Mullis

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Jessica Vogelsang bio
Jessica Vogelsang, DVM
Dr. Jessica Vogelsang, DVM – is a veterinarian, acclaimed speaker, national media presence, and bestselling author of All Dogs Go to Kevin. She believes everyone has a voice that matters and is committed to helping medical professionals tell their own stories. She works tirelessly to advocate not only for the veterinary profession but for pet owners as well. Using technology as a bridge rather than a barrier, Dr. V wants everyone to find the right guide for their journeys.
She is the founder of Pawcurious, one of the first veterinary-authored sites on the web. This site continues to serve as a trusted source of information and insight for thousands of pet owners. As founding editorial director of, she has developed and nurtured other medical professionals to find their own unique voice.As one of the first social media presences in the veterinary space, Dr. V understands both the challenges and the nuance of medical education online. She is passionate about bridging the gap and the mistrust between veterinarians and pet owners by helping veterinarians effectively develop their online presence, which she does through her speaking, online courses, and one-on-one coaching.Dr. V is a graduate of the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine and has clinical experience in emergency medicine, palliative medicine, and general practice. She has written for every major veterinary publication and numerous national magazines and appeared on NatGeo’s Animals Gone Wild. She consults extensively about branding and communication strategy with companies in the pet and veterinary space.
Angela Rollins bio
Angie Witzel Rollins, DVM, PhD, DACVN
Clinical Associate Professor of Nutrition at The University of Tennessee College of Veterinary MedicineDr. Rollins is a Diplomate and former President of the American College of Veterinary Nutrition. She is currently a Clinical Associate Professor of Nutrition at the University of Tennessee Veterinary Medical Center, where she also attained her DVM, PhD, and residency training.
Kristin Kirkby Shaw bio
Kristin Kirkby-Shaw, DVM, MS, Ph.D., CCRT, DACVS, DACVSMR
Dr. Kristin is a small animal surgeon and rehabilitation specialist who has dedicated her career to treating arthritis.Kristin also knows first-hand the challenges of managing arthritis in her own dogs. She has spent 2 decades learning treatment techniques to better help her dogs and her patients stay healthy and active for longer.
She practices at Animal Surgical and Orthopedic Center of Seattle and is the Medical Director of SOUND Veterinary Rehabilitation Center, where she specializes in seeing dogs with hip dysplasia, elbow dysplasia, cranial cruciate ligament rupture, and arthritis.Kristin founded CARE in 2018 as a free educational resource to help veterinary professionals and dog owners around the world better understand and manage arthritis.
Becky Mullis, DVM, DACVN
Dr. Rebecca Mullis received her DVM from the University of Tennessee and then completed a small animal internship at the Regional Institute for Veterinary Emergencies and Referrals in Chattanooga, TN. After working as an emergency veterinarian for 2 years, she returned to the University of Tennessee where she completed a residency in clinical nutrition. She became a diplomate in the American College of Veterinary Nutrition in 2016.
Dr. Mullis is currently the Associate Manager of Scientific Affairs at Hill’s Pet Nutrition and the treasurer of the American Academy of Veterinary Nutrition. She is also an adjunct faculty member at the University of Kansas College of Veterinary Medicine.