CE Series: Penn Vet Breeder Seminar 2020
New Bolton Center Kennett Square, PA
Emergencies & Appointments:
Ryan Hospital Philadelphia, PA

Penn Vet's Veterinary Hospitals

Penn Vet Updates Regarding COVID-19

Penn Vet comprises two campuses, and each campus is home to a teaching hospital.

Ryan Veterinary Hospital for Companion Animals is located on the Philadelphia campus, at the University of Pennsylvania. Ryan Hospital sees close to 35,000 patients a year, including dogs, cats, less common mammals, and exotic animals such as birds, reptiles and amphibians.

New Bolton Center's Hospital for Large Animals is located in Kennett Square, PA. New Bolton Center is renowned as one of the nation's foremost large-animal hospitals, treating more than 4,900 patients annually, 85 percent of which are horses. Both hospitals have emergency services 365 days a year, seven days a week, 24 hours a day.

Ryan Hospital

Ryan Veterinary Hospital

At Ryan Hospital, we care for companion animals–dogs, cats, exotics.

Visit Ryan Hospital

New Bolton Center for Large Animals

382 West Street Road
Kennett Square, PA 19348
Emergencies & Appointments: 610-444-5800

Ryan Hospital for Companion Animals

3900 Spruce Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Emergencies: 215-746-8911
Appointments: 215-746-8387

Upcoming CE events

CE Series: Penn Vet Breeder Seminar 2020

Presented By: Penn Vet Faculty
  • 9:00 AM –4:00 PM
  • Address: Zoom Meeting
Puppy for Breeder Seminar

This year's Breeder Seminar is Virtual!

Date: Saturday, May 30, 2020


“Tiny Brain Teasers: Cases from our Pediatric Neurology Files”Evelyn Galban, DVM, DACVIM, Associate Professor of Clinical Neurology and Neurosurgery 
“DNA Testing: What Type of Genetic Tests, How are They Done and What Do the Results Mean?”Petra Werner, Dr med vet, PhD, Director, Genetic Disease Discovery Lab
“Pediatric Orthopedics”Anna Massie, DVM, DACVS, Assistant Professor of Orthopedic Surgery
“We Share: Zoonoses 101”Shelley Rankin, PhD, Professor of Microbiology 
2:00 pm
“Nature vs. Nurture: The Lifelong Influence of Perinatal Stresson the Physical and Mental Health of Dogs” Carlo Siracusa, DVM, MS, PhD, DACVB, DECAWBM, Associate Professor of Clinical Small Animal Behavior and Welfare
“Vaccines Revisited: Are They Really That Important?”Magi Casal, Dr med vet, PhD, Dipl. ECAR, Professor of Medical Genetics, Pediatrics and Reproduction

Zoom CE Class: $75 per person

Information to logon will be provided on Friday, May 29th. Please ensure you have provided us a good email address.

  • 6.0 continuing education credits available for breeders through the AKC Bred with HEART program.
  • 6.0 credits also provided for veterinary professionals through the University of Pennsylvania.

Location: ZOOM CE Class

 Register today

  • Please note we are only able to accept credit card payments at this time. Registration fee ($75.00) is non-refundable and you must register no later than Thursday, May 28, 2020. Registration limited to 250 attendees.

  • You will be provided with the information to participate the day before the event. Please be sure to provide a good email address for communication—we will also use this email to send your CE Certificate after the event. 

  • Call 1-877-PENN-VET with any questions.