Fetch Nashville 2024: Day 1 photos and highlights

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News and images from the dvm360 team on site in Tennessee for our 2-day conference.

Day 1 of the first Fetch dvm360 Conference in Nashville, Tennessee, has drawn to a close. View the photos above to see a small portion of the educational sessions, exhibitor booths, and networking opportunities that were available to our event attendees as well as the fun!

Also, catch up with Fetch Nashville through our news coverage. Articles and videos from Day 1 are listed below, and there is more to come on Saturday, March 18, 2024.

Guidance on separation anxiety medication

Veterinary behaviorist Christopher Pachel, DVM, DACVB, CABC, discusses this common challenge during the Day 1 keynote presentation at Fetch Nashville

Diagnosing chronic kidney disease in feline patients

In a preview of her upcoming lecture at Fetch Nashville, Natalie L. Marks, DVM, CVJ, Elite FFCP-V, shares what diagnostic tests veterinary teams can utilize to diagnose chronic kidney disease (CKD) in cats, and the importance of everyone, including specialists, being on the same page when it comes to the language surrounding CKD.

Tips for beginners on artificial intelligence

Gary Peters, MS, founder of PupPilot, offers advice for veterinary professionals new to artificial intelligence (AI) technology.

Diet trials: The true test of food allergies

Dermatology expert Julia E. Miller, DVM, DACVD, explains the link between atopy dermatitis cases and food allergy as well as diet trials.

Advances in cancer screening and detection

In a lecture by Rachel Venable, DVM, MS, DACVIM (Oncology), updates in oncology technologies such as screening and disease detection tools are presented.

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