IVS has teamed up with Bio Bio Expeditions to offer you a trip of a lifetime. Since 1993, Bio Bio has been a leader in delivering top quality travel experiences to guests from age 8 to 80 who share their love of the outdoors. Because of their extensive experience Bio Bio is responsible for the planning and implementation of the complete trip. To register for the seminar and for all questions relating to the trip, please call Bio Bio Expeditions at 1-800-246-7238 or visit www.bbxrafting.com.
This camp was voted one of the top 5 whitewater camps in the world!
This exciting multi-sport Veterinary CE Course takes place in the spectacular northern region of Patagonia. This area has some of the most fantastic mountain scenery in the world, including giant peaks with awe-inspiring glaciers, beautiful pristine forests, and resplendent whitewater rivers.
The Futaleufu is considered to be one of the most beautiful and exciting whitewater raft experiences in the world! We will stay most nights at the fabulous Bio Bio camp right on the banks of the almost surreal turquoise Futaleufu.
Each day of this CE course will be a new adventure! Several days will be filled spectacular, professionally guided whitewater rafting on the Rio Azul, the Rio Espolon, and the Futaleufu.
You will also have the option to participate in horseback riding and hiking in the Andes and also be able to do optional mountain biking and fly-fishing for feisty brown and rainbow trout.
The seminars typically take place each afternoon before dinner. Each night well enjoy gourmet meals and great camaraderie and stories from the day!
Dr Terri Bonenberger from Charleston will provide very practical presentations on common skin problems that you encounter in daily practice.
Seminar registration fee for 14 CE hrs: $825.00. (not included in the Bio Bio package pricing)
All are welcome including spouses and friends- only the veterinarian attending needs to register for the CE.
Dr Terri Bonenberger DACVD from Charleston SC. will provide very practical presentations on managing common skin problems including:
Management of Canine Atopic Dermatitis
What to do When Apoquel and Cytopoint stop working!
Feline Allergic Disease
Food Allergies in Dogs & Cats
Strategies for Treating Pyoderma
Clinical Approach to Canine Alopecia
Don’t Scrape By- get the most out of all your dermatology testing technique
Dermatology Tips: Products to have in your clinic to handle most veterinary skin problems
Chronic Otitis in Dogs
Seminar registration fee is $825.00 for 14 AAVSB RACE approved hours.