The Western Veterinary Conference is the largest of its kind in the world, and is known to be a bellwether for the future of the field.
Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) February 10, 2015
Over the years, Diamondback Drugs has built a high level of renown in the veterinary world for their top-quality products, fast turnaround times, and above-and-beyond client service standards. Now, the Scottsdale, Arizona-based compounding pharmacy is seeking to provide an even greater level of outreach and support to the veterinary professionals and clinics they serve.
To that end, the company is expanding its trade show and convention schedule for Q1 2015, making appearances at noteworthy veterinary events across the country.
Diamondback Drugs has had a busy January, having made appearances at the AVECC & SCCM Post Graduate Review on January 16th and 17th at the Phoenix Convention Center, the North American Veterinary Conference in Orlando, FL, and events organized by the Bear County Vet Medical Association in Texas and the WSVMA in Renton, Washington.
Diamondback representatives will kick off February by attending Indiana Veterinary Medical Association’s Annual Meeting in Indianapolis on February 5th-7th. This longstanding gathering of veterinary professionals is now in its 131st year, and last year’s event drew more than 600 veterinarians and veterinary technicians.
The compounding pharmacy will also be represented at the annual Veterinary Specialists in Private Practice conference at the Westin Savannah Harbor Golf resort and spa in Savannah, GA. Scheduled for February 5th and 6th, the conference features illuminating presentations for veterinary leaders, a diverse selection of continuing education opportunities, and exhibits from some of the top vendors in the industry.
Diamondback’s mid-month agenda for February includes the 2015 Midwest Veterinary Conference in Columbus, Ohio and the Western Veterinary Conference. The WVC will take place at the exciting Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada on February 16th-18th. The Western Veterinary Conference is the largest of its kind in the world, and is known to be a bellwether for the future of the field.
As the month draws to a close, Diamondback representatives will pack their bags for Nashville, to participate in the highly regarded Music City Veterinary Conference.
Two Texas events are on Diamondback Drugs’ late-February calendar as well: the TVMA Annual Conference and Expo in Arlington and the Midwest Veterinary Ophthalmology Society Annual Meeting in Austin, both slated for February 27th through March 1st.
On March 1st, the San Diego County Veterinary Medical Association will host its Specialists’ Update Seminar, wherein 12 board-certified specialists will provide attendees with the latest news in their respective fields of expertise, and Diamondback Drugs will be in attendance.
The Arizona-based company is also signed up for the New Jersey Veterinary Medical Association’s Annual meeting, an excellent continuing education opportunity that will take place March 6th-8th in Florham Park, NJ.
Mid-March, Diamondback will be present at AAHA Tampa and the Philadelphia-based Penn Annual Conference, hosted by Penn Vet.
Later in the month, Diamondback Drugs will confer with home-state colleagues at the AZVMA Small Animal Specialist Meeting in Tucson, AZ. From March 27th-29th, Diamondback team members will head to Cornell University to attend the biennial, student-organized special species symposium.
About Diamondback Drugs
Scottsdale, Arizona-based Diamondback Drugs specializes in the art and science of veterinary compounding. They offer home delivery, and stock the widest range of medications, chemicals, bases and flavors. Learn more about Diamondback Drugs at their website: http://www.diamondbackdrugs.com/ or call them direct at 866-578-4420.