Welcome to Charlotte Fetch, a dvm360® Conference

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Fetch, a dvm360® Conference, is in Charlotte, North Carolina, April 22-24, 2022.

Offering the ultimate 360-degree educational opportunity to network, brainstorm, and learn from nationally recognized faculty experts in veterinary medicine, the first Fetch meeting in Charlotte, North Carolina, offers attendees clear takeaways, resource materials, and strategies to immediately put into practice.

"Thank you for joining us at Fetch Charlotte. We are just as excited as you to be seeing one another in person and creating new connections,” said Adam Christman, DVM, MBA, chief veterinary officer for dvm360®. “If this is your first time in Charlotte, like it is with us, welcome. We hope you enjoy your stay.”

Throughout the conference, attendees will have the chance to earn 21 high-quality, action-based continuing education credit hours. Track highlights of the conference include cardiology, controlled substances, exotics, leadership, neurology, nutrition, ophthalmology, oncology, orthopedics, practice management, surgery, technician programs, and much more.

Our keynote speakers—Mia Cary, DVM; Rachel Allbaugh, DVM, MS, DACVO; and Bash Halow, LVT, CVPM—will kick off each day of the conference, delivering powerful, inspiring addresses that will renew your passion for veterinary medicine. It is a great way to start the morning.

The conference also offers networking receptions in the exhibit hall on Friday and Saturday, 5:45-6:45 PM both days. While meeting with exhibitors who understand your challenges and provide solutions, enjoy the delicious food stations, passed hors d’oeuvres, and beverages. Attendees, use your 2 drink tickets to redeem beverages of your choice at any of our bars.

During the evening receptions, remember to stop by the dvm360® booth for karaoke enter- tainment hosted by Christman with Mariano Pardo, MV, BVSc, DACVECC; and Alyssa Mages, BS, CVT.

Be sure to also stop by the “Connect, Inspire & Share Engagement Stations” at 4 locations throughout the exhibit hall. Using 6-foot posters on 2-sided boards, attendees have opportunities to answer questions and share their thoughts. Index cards are provided and can be posted on the boards.

As always, the health, safety, and well-being of our veterinary community is our top priority. Based on the advice of health experts and the latest guidelines and local regulations, attendees will be asked to social distance. In addition, our registration process has been streamlined, the venue staff will frequently disinfect public spaces, and you can find hand sanitizer throughout the convention center. With these measures, you will be able to network and reunite with peers, friends, and colleagues; connect with expert faculty; interact with sponsors; and explore products in the exhibit hall during a safe, educational experience.

“We want to give special recognition to the current and retired military dogs protecting us and serving our country. Be sure to visit Paws of Honor [in the exhibit hall] and help in any way possible,” said Christman.Christman also encourages attendees to enjoy the education opportunities, create some fantastic relationships and memories, and network with the wonderful exhibitors and sponsors. “On behalf of the dvm360® team, have a fantastic time here,” he added.

Ongoing coverage of the Fetch Charlotte conference can be viewed at dvm360.com.

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