2021 TVTA donation recipients
We received such a great response from our members that we felt we should spread the donation amongst the rescue groups.

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1st place winner - Dogs on Borrowed Time:  Treena Kilgore (one of the founders) is the person in the picture. The money will be used to help with spays/neuters
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2nd place winner- Carroll County Humane Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and a NO-KILL Animal Shelter in West Tennessee.
Shelter Animal Rescue Group (SARG)
A small, all-volunteer, 501(c)3 nonprofit rescue group that adopts primarily from Oak Ridge local animal shelter, although they occasionally take in hardship cases.


- Animals from L. to R.:  Thumper, Pounce Wayne, Pearl, T.S.Elliot, Chester (all, except Pearl, are up for adoption!)

                      - People L. to R.:  Karen Brummitt (foster), Jaime & Doug Ramseier (foster), Cindy Biscay (Community Outreach Chair),  Pat O'Connor (permanent foster), Jan Baker (Cat Coordinator & Board Member), Ruth Cook (foster & Board Member), Shirley Auble (Treasurer, Board Member, & Dog Coordinator)

Upcoming CE

Successfully Addressing the Cost of Care with Clients

September 2, 2021 6-7Pm

What impact does the cost of care have on clients at your veterinary practice? How can we help clients prepare for and understand the cost of care over their pet’s lifetime? Join us & ASPCA® Pet Insurance as we dive into this important conversation and offer NEW tools to make the discussion easier.
Controlled Substance Diversion in Veterinary Medicine

December 15-31, 2021

How to understand, report, and avoid human abuse of controlled pet medications.
IVAS and AAVA Joint conference

Four weekends between August 21st- September 18th, 2021

International Veterinary Acupuncture Society and American Academy of Veterinary Acupuncture.
AlignCare Symposium

October 11-12, 2021

Symposium to discuss removing barriers to veterinary care and the AlignCare model. E-mail ppheweb@utk.edu for registration information
UTCVM Annual Conference

February 4-6, 2022

UTCVM Henton Conference

November 30th- December 3rd


September 11-15, 2021

One of the world’s largest specialty meetings, offering over 39 hours of comprehensive, progressive & innovative CE that saves lives!
Maryland Veterinary Technician Association

September 19, 2021

CE Bonanza! Including CE focused on: Dermatology, immunology, forensics, and exotics.